Mesut Özil's volley earned Arsenal three points at home against Newcastle, while Napoli moved top of Serie A following a 3-1 win at Torino; see how the #UEL contenders are faring this weekend.
Manchester City crushed fellow round of 16 contenders Tottenham, Neymar struck twice for Paris and Bayern München maintained momentum at the top of the Bundesliga.
Celtic's 56-game unbeaten league run is over following a 4-0 loss at Hearts, but the Scottish champions can console themselves with a place on our all-time unbeatables leaderboard.
Cristiano Ronaldo's free-kick made the difference as Real Madrid beat Grêmio to win their third FIFA Club World Cup; UEFA.com sums up the European champions latest success.
Cristiano Ronaldo struck in the FIFA Club World Cup final to move level with the top European scorers of 2017, Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski, with Edinson Cavani also on target.
Real Madrid will look to equal Barcelona's record of three FIFA Club World Cup triumphs and retain the trophy when they take on Brazilian side Grêmio in Saturday's final in Abu Dhabi.
Sergio Agüero or Harry Kane? We take a look at the UEFA.com Fans' Team of the Year 2017 nominees that play for City or Spurs as the teams' meet in Manchester on Saturday.
Porto stormed through to the Portuguese Cup quarter-finals with a 4-0 home success a day after Real Madrid fought back to book a spot in the FIFA Club World Cup final.
They paint, they dance to Swan Lake and they sing – and Östersund's unconventional team-bonding exercises have helped them to set up a golden round of 32 meeting with Arsenal.
Gerd Müller and Lionel Messi both scored over 500 competitive goals for their clubs in the course of glittering European careers; UEFA.com compares and contrasts two all-time greats.
Holders Real Madrid will be looking to match Barcelona as record three-time winners when they begin their FIFA Club World Cup defence in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.
Lazio lost Ciro Immobile to a red card in a 3-1 defeat by Torino on Monday night, after Atlético put their UEFA Champions League exit behind them and both Napoli and Arsenal drew.
When are the games, how many Team of the Year nominees will face each other and what are the Fantasy Football key battles? UEFA.com takes a closer look at the round of 16 draw.
The play-off draw has paired holders Salzburg with Sporting CP, and Ajax with Paris Saint-Germain, while Real Madrid have been sent to Krasnodar and competition top scorer Ivan Ignatyev.
The 2017/18 UEFA Champions League group stage is over – check out all the results right here, with the season calendar also included for your reference.
Swedish minnows Östersund were handed a dream tie with Arsenal while history awaits Sporting CP and Astana after the round of 32 draw in Nyon.
Holders Real Madrid will take on free-scoring Paris Saint-Germain while English champions Chelsea meet Barcelona after the draw was made for the UEFA Champions League round of 16.
Manchester City set a new Premier League record and moved 11 points clear after a 2-1 derby win, while Lionel Messi matched Gerd Müller's tally for goals scored with a single club.
The UEFA Champions League round of 16 draw will be streamed live on UEFA.com from 12:00CET on Monday 11 December – here's all you need to know.
He was eclipsed by Ada Hegerberg in 2016, but Cristiano Ronaldo has taken the prize as the leading scorer in all UEFA competition matches for this year: see who he beat to the title.
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