Europa League draw: Date, time and how can I watch on TV?
Erik ten Hag’s beat Real Betis in Seville on Thursday and confirmed their spot, with Juventus and Roma potential opponents, though Arsenal are out.
This stage sees the draw become completely open with no restrictions on who can face who, with the semi-finals also set to be scheduled for the culmination of this year’s Europa League.
When is the Europa League quarter-final draw?
The Europa League quarter-final draw takes place on Friday, March 17, 2023.
The ceremony from UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland begins at 12pm GMT.
How can I watch the Europa League quarter-final draw?
TV channel: In the UK, the draw will be broadcast live on BT Sport.
Live stream: UEFA will show the draw live online via their official YouTube channel and website, while BT Sport subscribers can watch on the BT Sport website and app.
Live blog: You can follow the draw in full via Standard Sport’s live blog.
Who’s qualified for the Europa League quarter-final draw?
All eight last-16 second legs take place on Thursday night.
Qualifiers: Manchester United, Juventus, Sporting Lisbon, Feyenoord, Roma, Bayer Leverkusen, Sevilla, Union Berlin
When are the Europa League quarter-finals?
The first leg of the quarter-final ties will be played on Thursday, April 13 before the return game a week later, on April 20.
When is the Europa League semi-final draw?
The semi-final draw will take place immediately after the quarter-final draw, to determine each clubs’ route to the final. A draw will also be held to decide which pathway will produce the home team for the final in Budapest.