GLASGOW CITY have been given a date for their Women’s Champions League quarter-final against Wolfsburg.

Scott Booth’s side will take on the German giants on August 21 in San Sebastien, Spain.

Real Sociedad’s Anoeta Stadium will be the venue for the clash and will also host Arsenal’s tie with Paris Saint-Germain the following day.

The semi-finals are scheduled to go ahead on August 25/26, while the final will take place on August 30.

The WCL was put on hold in March due to the coronavirus pandemic but like the men’s tournament, the remaining games have now been given the green light to go ahead.

The quarter-finals and semis will be one-legged affairs as they are being played at a neutral venue, with the seven remaining WCL games all taking place at the Anoeta Stadium or Athletic Bilbao’s San Mames Stadium.

Glasgow City qualified for the final eight of the tournament for the first time when they overcame Brondby in dramatic circumstances.

The Scottish champions had a healthy 2-0 lead from the away leg but were pegged back to two apiece at Petershill Park before a penalty shoot-out triumph sealed a famous victory for Booth’s side.

Speaking after that game in October, Booth said: “It took your breath away, that one.

“It didn't go to plan first half but we came out in the second half and played really brave football.

“This is what we've been striving for four-and-a-half years - to get over that line and make the quarter-finals is amazing.”