We will face Benfica in the Champions League quarter-final.
We will be away in the first leg, with the first leg on Tuesday March 27 and the second leg at Stamford Bridge on April 4. The Lisbon side is the former home of both Ramires and David Luiz, who both signed for the club from Estadio da Luz last season.
If we are successful we will face the winner of AC Milan and Barcelona in the semi-final.

Semi-final dates would be at home on Wednesday April 18 and away on Tuesday April 24.
The quarter-final draw in full is:
APOEL vs Real Madrid
Marseille vs Bayern Munich
Benfica vs Chelsea
AC Milan vs Barcelona
Chelsea chief executive Ron Gourlay was at the draw and gave his reaction after seeing us pitted against a side we have never met in European competition.
'It doesn't matter who you get at this stage, it will be a difficult game but it's important to have the away game first and build the foundation from there,' he said.
'With Ramires and David Luiz they will know quite a bit and we know a bit about Benfica because they came from Manchester United's group. They are a very strong side and we will look forward to the upcoming games.
'We must give the utmost respect to Benfica and we will focus on that game along with a lot of other important games coming up, and if we get through and show the same spirit as we did on Wednesday we can start looking beyond that. It's a good draw for the club and hopefully we can keep going.'
Reacting to Wednesday night's 4-1 win against Napoli, Gourlay paid tribute to a fantastic effort from players and fans alike.
'It was fantastic for the fans, the fans were exceptional once again and they always raise the bar for us when we need them. Over the two games it was end to end football, and Napoli were fantastic opponents,' he said. 'We deserved it but it was tense in the end.
'We have some big, big players at the football club and that's for the good of the club, we need everybody to raise their game and it was a wonderful team performance on Wednesday night. If we show the same character and effort we can turn things around this season.
'You need experience, you need youth and you need a little bit of luck. Any team that has won it will tell you this, hopefully we get that but let's worry about Benfica, give them the respect they deserve and take it from there.'
The focus now is on the remainder of the season after an encouraging start to Roberto Di Matteo's interim leadership.
'Robbie and everyone around him, the players, we all have to play our part,' Gourlay said. 'He has started well in three games and everybody knows the objectives until the end of the season. Everybody is clear on what we want to achieve and everybody is pulling in the same direction.
'Nobody is getting carried away, we've had three very good results and we'll just focus one game at a time and review things at the end of the season.
'We've got some fantastic players there, we raised our game on Wednesday night but that's the standard of the club. We set that standard and expect it every game until the end of the season and be where we want to be.
'The competition is very important to us, being in the Champions League is very important and we want to make sure we are in the competition next year.'