Europa League draw: Live stream, TV channel, start time and pots as Man Utd, Wolves and Rangers learn fate

AS the Premier League season charges towards an exciting conclusion, attention is set to turn to Europe.

After a lengthy postponement, the Europa League will return to our screens this August with Man Utd, Wolves and Rangers all still in with a shout of winning the trophy.

This season’s Europa League final will now be held in Koln’s RheinEnergieStadionCredit: Getty – Contributor

When is the Europa League draw?

  • The remaining teams will go into the hat on Friday, July 10.
  • Prior to the Europa League draw, the Champions League quarter finals and semi finals will be drawn at Uefa’s HQ in Nyon, Switzerland.
  • The Europa League draw begins at 12pm BST, with the Champions League at 11am.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

  • You can catch the formalities live on BT Sport 2.
  • Coverage of both draws begins at 11am BST.
  • If you’re not a BT subscriber, you can live stream by heading to Uefa’s official website.
  • Should you be at work and unable to lead up a stream, we’ve got you covered and will be running a LIVE BLOG right here on this page.

Which teams are left in the competition?

There are still eight last-16 ties to complete in this season’s Europa League.

As such, all 16 teams will go into the hat and see who their potential opponents are:

  • Istanbul Basaksehir or Copenhagen
  • Olympiakos or Wolves
  • Rangers or Bayer Leverkusen
  • Wolfsburg or Shaktar Donetsk
  • Inter or Getafe
  • Sevilla or Roma
  • Eintracht Frankfurt or Basel
  • LASK or Man Utd

Key dates

  • Quarter-finals: August 10 – August 11
  • Semi-finals: August 16 – August 17
  • Final: August 21

Source: Soccer -


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