Both the specifics about the next draw, including which teams and how you will watch it live
After the last 16 relationships, the 2020-21 Europe League entered the quarter-final round.
Any of the largest and most well-decorated clubs remain in the game and a thrilling crescendo is sure to take place with both a tour through the Champions League and silverware available.
Here the goal is to bring you everything you need to know about the quarter-finals of the Europa League, including how it unfolds and the teams involved.
WHAT IS THE QUARTER-FINAL DRAW FOR EUROPE LEAGUE 2020-21?
On Friday 19 March 2021, the Europa League Quarter Final draw will start at 12:00 GMT (8am ET).
The match ceremony will take place in UEFA’s offices in Nyon, Switzerland at the House of European Football.
It starts one hour after the quarter-finals in the Champions League
WHICH TEAMS ARE IN A QUARTER-FINAL POT AT THE EUROPA LEAGUE
On 18 March, after finishing the second leg of the last-16 ties, the teams qualifying for the quarter-final were announced.
Arsenal, Manchester United, Ajax, Roma and Villarreal are among the mixed players.
- Dinamo Zagreb
- Manchester United
- Slavia Prague
QUARTER-FINAL GAMES GOING TO PLAY IN EUROPE LEAGUE 2020-21
The first league games will be played on Thursday 8 April 2021 and the second league, on Thursday 15 April 2021, will be played the week after.
THE SEMIFINALS & FINALS
UEFA will also end the half-final draw on 19 March, so that clubs can see clearly the pathway to the final.
On 29 April, 2021 (first leg) and 6 May, Europe League semi-finals will take place (second leg). On Wednesday 26 May 2021, the finale will be played at the Gdansk Arena.
A draw will be held to decide the ‘home’ and ‘away’ teams in the final by completing administrative formalities at the March 19 ceremony.