Action is, however, set to resume in August, with UEFA altering the normal structure of each competition in order to fit games into a tight window before the beginning of the 2020-21 season.
The European governing body is gearing up for the knockout round draws in July, but when will they take place and which teams are involved?
Goal brings you everything you need to know about the upcoming Champions League and Europa League draws.
- When are the Champions League & Europa League quarter-final & semi-final draws?
- Which teams are involved in the Champions League draws?
- Which teams are involved in the Europa League draws?
- Where will the draws take place?
- How can I watch the draws?
- When & where are the games taking place?
The 2019-20 Champions League and Europa League quarter-final and semi-final draws will be held on Friday July 10.
Proceedings for the Champions League draw will commence at 11am BST (6am ET). The corresponding Europa League draws will take place an hour later at 12 noon BST (7am ET).
The teams carefully watching the Europa League draw are those involved in the eight last-16 ties. The winners will take their place in the quarter-finals.
- Istanbul Basaksehir or Copenhagen
- Olympiakos or Wolves
- Rangers or Bayer Leverkusen
- Wolfsburg or Shakhtar Donetsk
- Inter or Getafe
- Sevilla or Roma
- Eintracht Frankfurt or Basel
- LASK or Manchester United
The Champions League and Europa League draws will take place at UEFA's headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland - the customary venue for such events.
UEFA will stream the draws live on its official website uefa.com - meaning you will be able to follow the proceedings via your computer or tablet device.
You will also be able to follow all the news as it happens, as well as reaction to the draw on Goal's live blog, which will run during the draws on Friday morning into the afternoon.
The remaining Champions League last-16 matches will be played on August 7/8, while the Europa League last-16 games will be played on August 5/6.
Due to the public health concerns and delays brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, the Champions League and Europa League will be concluded in mini-tournament format.
So, from the quarter-final stage on in each competition, every game will be a straight knockout tie and games will take place in a single host country.
The dates for the Champions League 2019-20 mini knockout tournament are:
- Quarter-finals: August 12 - August 15
- Semi-finals: August 18 - August 19
- Final: August 23
The 2019-20 Champions League mini-tournament will be played in Lisbon, Portugal.
The final will be played at Estadio da Luz.
The dates for the Europa League 2019-20 mini knockout tournament are:
- Quarter-finals: August 10 - August 11
- Semi-finals: August 16 - August 17
- Final: August 21
The 2019-20 Europa League mini-tournament will be played in venues across four cities in Germany: Gelsenkirchen, Duisburg, Dusseldorf and Cologne.
Koln's RheinEnergieStadion has been confirmed as the venue for the 2020 Europa League final.