Glasgow City will face two-time winners VFL Wolfsburg in their Champions League quarter-final clash following the draw for the last eight.

City impressively defeated Danish club Brondby on penalties in the previous round, but now face a tough test against the German champions as they bid to become reach the last four for the first time.

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The four-time finalists thrashed Kosovan outfit KFF Mitrovica 15-0 on aggregate in the round of 32 before breezing past Dutch side FC Twente in 7-0 in the round of 16.

They also boast Danish forward Pernille Harder, runner-up in the inaugural Ballon d'Or Féminin in their ranks.

It is the first time in four years Wolfsburg have not faced Olympique Lyonnais in the competition after the French side dumped them out of the competition at the same stage in each of the last two seasons - following two consecutive final defeats to the same opposition.

Scott Booth’s side eliminated Chertanovo Moscow in the round of 32 before their win over Brondby.

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They will host Wolfsburg at Petershill Park in the first leg on either March 24 or 25, before travelling to the AOK Stadion a week later.

Meanwhile Arsenal face Paris St Germain, while reigning champions Lyon take on Bayern Munich.

The draw in full:

Arsenal v Paris St-Germain

Glasgow City v Wolfsburg

Atletico Madrid v Barcelona

Lyon v Bayern Munich