Juventus are set to become the first Serie A side to become an ever-expanding force in the European Champions League.
After winning Serie A in 2016, Juve have been a force in Europe for the past decade.
But they have only won one Serie A title since 2012 and, despite that, they have won the Champions League five times in six years.
Juventus have already won four Champions Leagues, including two in the past five years.
They will become the third Juventus side to reach the final in the competition, and it will be the first time since 2008 that Juventus will reach the last four.
Juve will face a group with Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund in the semi-finals and play Real Sociedad in the final.
Juve will play Real Madrid twice, while Real Madrid will face Borussia Mönchengladbach once.
The first leg of the semi final will take place on March 14, while the final will be played on April 6.
The game will be broadcast live on Eurosport at 5:30pm on the UEFA Champions League website.
The final will not be played in Italy but will be shown on Eurosports HD channel.