Matches on Tuesday March 9, 2021
|Round of 16||21:00||Juventus it||3.0||3–2||1.5||pt Porto||Allianz Stadium||Björn Kuipers||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Porto won; Required Extra Time|
|Round of 16||21:00||Dortmund de||1.9||2–2||1.9||es Sevilla||Fußballpark BVB Hohenbuschei||Cüneyt Çakιr||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Dortmund won|
|Second qualifying stage||19:15||Santos br||2–1||ve Deportivo Lara||Estádio Urbano Caldeira||Andrés Matonte||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|Second qualifying stage||19:15||Wanderers uy||1–0||bo Bolívar||Parque Alfredo Víctor Viera||Cristián Garay||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|Second qualifying stage||21:30||Unión Española cl||1–0||ec Independiente||Estadio Santa Laura-Universidad SEK||Wilton Sampaio||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|Regular Season||30||19:00||Solihull Moors||0–5||Stockport||Damson Park||Daniel Middleton||Match Report|
|Regular Season||30||19:00||Sutton United||2–1||Yeovil Town||The Borough Sports Ground||Lloyd Wood||Match Report|
|Regular Season||30||19:00||Dag & Red||2–1||Maidenhead Utd||Chigwell Construction Stadium||Scott Tallis||Match Report|
|Regular Season||30||19:00||Barnet||0–2||Wrexham||The Hive Stadium||Rob Whitton||Match Report|
|Regular Season||30||19:45||Eastleigh||Dover Athletic||Silverlake Stadium||Match Postponed|
|Regular Season||30||19:45||Wealdstone||3–1||King's Lynn||St. George's Stadium||Matthew Russell||Match Report|
|Regular Season||30||19:45||Woking||0–0||Boreham Wood||Kingfield Stadium||Alan Dale||Match Report|
|Regular Season||30||19:45||Chesterfield||Macclesfield||Proact Stadium||Match Report||Match Cancelled|
|Regular Season||30||19:45||Altrincham||1–1||Hartlepool Utd||The J. Davidson Stadium||Martin Woods||Match Report|
|Regular Season||30||19:45||Notts County||1–2||FC Halifax Town||Meadow Lane Stadium||Adam Herczeg||Match Report|
|Regular Season||3||19:00||Jeonbuk||2–1||Gangwon||2,477||Jeonju World Cup Stadium||Kim Heegon||Match Report|
|Regular Season||3||19:00||Ulsan Hyundai||3–1||Incheon United||2,231||Munsu Cup Stadium||Jung Dongsik||Match Report|
|Regular Season||3||19:30||Jeju United FC||1–0||Pohang||1,136||Jeju World Cup Stadium||Kim Woosung||Match Report|
|Torneo Apertura||7||18:30||Guaireña FC||0–0||12 de Octubre||Estadio Parque del Guairá||David Ojeda||Match Report|
|Torneo Apertura||7||20:45||Cerro Porteño||3–0||River Plate||Estadio General Pablo Rojas||Mario Díaz de Vivar||Match Report|
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