The announcement by European football's governing body came after a videoconference meeting of its Executive Committee.
PSG came into the game at the Parc des Princes needing to overturn a 2-1 defeat in the first leg of their last-16 tie in Germany.
Defeat ends Jurgen Klopp's proud record of never losing a two-legged European tie as Liverpool manager.
The Slovenia international became the first player to score four times away from home in a Champions League knockout match.
Spurs travelled to eastern Germany shorn of striking options without the injured Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Steven Bergwijn.
Two other Champions League matches are scheduled to be played in empty stadiums.
When at their best, Liverpool have shown they are more than capable of second leg fightbacks at home.
Madrid looked on course to edge a cagey contest after Isco's smart finish early in the second half, but De Bruyne teed up Gabriel Jesus in the 78th minute...
Midfielder Tousart netted from close range in the 31st minute to give Lyon a lead to defend when they head to Turin for the return leg on March 17.
Frenchman Griezmann struck just before the hour mark in Naples after Dries Mertens had put the hosts ahead.
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