The next round of the women's Champions League playoffs is more than four months away - but already we know what meetings we have to look forward to this spring.
And for Wolfsburg, where the Swedish national team duo Fridolina Rolfö and Hedvig Lindahl play, it became a dream come true in the journey towards a possible semi-final. Following the draw in Swiss Nyon, it is clear that the German Champions League champion from 2013 and 2014 will be set against the Scottish champions Glasgow City in the quarterfinals - a team that is number 19 on Uefa's club team rankings and which has previously reached the quarterfinals at its best (2015).
Much more sweaty is it for the national team midback Amanda Ilestedt who, with her Bayern Munich, is set against the biggest giant of Champions League history: Lyon.
The French major club has won the tournament four years in a row and six times in total. Ilestedt also learns to be tamped with none other than Norwegian world star Ada Hegeberg who recently set a new goal record in the Champions League context when she struck out for the 53rd time in the tournament in the eighth final against Danish Fortuna Hjørring.
Tough opposition also awaits Hanna Glas, whose Paris Saint-Germain in the quarterfinals meets English champions Arsenal. In the fourth quarter there will be a full Spanish rivalry meeting between Atlético Madrid and Barcelona.
The quarterfinals will be played March 24/25 and April 1/2.