When is the Europa League draw? How to watch and stream, and the last 32 fixture dates
The Europa League group stages are drawing to a close, giving teams across the continent the chance to pursue silverware and a place in next season’s Champions League.
It is certainly a welcome distraction for sides such as Arsenal and Chelsea who may see a title challenge as too far gone already, or may find contention for Champions League spots too fierce towards the end of the season.
In terms of British representation in the latter stages, the two English side have already qualified as group winners. North of the border, Rangers have a chance of qualifying as winners or runners up, while Celtic will likely qualify as runners up.
Read more: When is the Champions League draw? How to watch and last 16 fixture dates
Meanwhile Liverpool and Tottenham could possibly drop down as third-placed teams in their Champions League groups, depending on their results.
If you’re anxious to find out who will take part, when the fixtures are, or even when the draw is and how to watch it – we have you covered.
Here is everything you need to know about the Europa League draw:
Time: 12pm, Monday 17 December at Uefa’s headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, after the Champions League draw
Live stream: The draw is being broadcast on uefa.com
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There will be two pots for the draw, one (seeded) containing the 12 group winners and the four best-ranked teams from the Champions league. The other pot (unseeded) will contain runners up and the remaining Champions League teams.
The seeded teams will have home advantage for the second leg of the Round of 32. No team can play a side from their group or their home association.
- Dinamo Zagreb
- Dynamo Kiev
- Eintracht Frankfurt
- RB Salzburg
- Zenit St. Petersburg
- Sporting CP
Through, yet to be seeded
- Bayer Leverkusen
- Real Betis
Through, yet to be seeded, from Champions League
- Club Brugge
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The first leg of the Round of 32 will take place on:
- Thursday 14 February
The second leg will take place on:
- Thursday 21 February
The Round of 16 draw takes place on 22 February, with legs taking place on 7 and 14 March.
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