Round of 16
Return Leg, round of 32
Rayon Sports Vs Aspor (Stade de Kigali)
APR Vs Gitikinyoni (Stade de Kigali)
1/8th Round, First Leg
Etincelles Vs Winner Rayon Sport /Aspor
Mukura Vs AS Kigali (Huye Stadium)
Pepiniere Vs Marines (Ruyenzi turf)
Espoir Vs Sunrise (Kamarampaka Stadium)
La Jeunesse Vs Winner APR /Gitikinyoni
AS Muhanga Vs Amagaju (Muhanga Stadium)
SC Kiyovu Vs Bugesera Fc (Mumena Stadium)
Musanze Vs Police (Ubworoherane Stadium)
1/8th Round, Return Leg
Sunrise Vs Espoir (Nyagatare turf)
Winner Rayon Sports/Aspor vs Etincelles
AS Kigali Vs Mukura (Kigali Stadium)
Marines Vs Pepiniere (Umuganda Stadium)
Winner APR /Gitikinyoni Vs La Jeunesse
Amagaju Vs AS Muhanga (Nyangisenyi turf)
Bugesera Vs SC Kiyovu (Nyamata turf)
Police Vs Musanze (Kicukiro Stadium)
The 2018 Peace Cup quarter-finals first leg will be played on April 2 and 3 while second leg matches will be played four days later, according to Rwanda Football Federation, the local football governing body.
The biggest fixture in the last eight will pit the Etincelles against the winners between Rayon Sports and Aspor at Umuganda Stadium; Mukura will play against AS Kigali at Huye Stadium; Pepiniere will meet Marines at Ruyenzi turf; while Espoir face Sunrise at Kamarampaka Stadium.
On April 6, the winners between defending champions APR or Gitikinyoni and La Jeunesse; AS Muhanga will meet Amagaju at Muhanga Stadium, SC Kiyovu will meet Bugesera at Mumena Stadium while Musanze will face Police at Ubworohererane Stadium before teams meet in the 1/8th round, return leg.
Semi-final matches will be played late June and the final on July 4. The eventual winners will represent Rwanda in the 2018 CAF Confederation Cup.