Glasgow City are heading to San Sebastian after UEFA announced details for the remaining games in the Champions League.
The Scottish champions have reached the quarter-finals of the competition but the original schedule was cancelled after the outbreak of coronavirus.
UEFA confirmed last week that instead of home and away ties for the quarter- and semi-finals, a straight knockout tournament with one-off ties would be held in a fixed location.
The governing body has now announced that the remaining games will be played in San Sebastian, Spain.
City play Wolfsburg in their quarter-final on August 21 at the Aneota Stadium.
If Scott Booth’s side progress, they would play Atletico or Barcelona in the last four.