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How to watch the 2020/21 UEFA Europa League draw live in the USA and 100+ countries

December 12, 2020 By Michelle Bonsu
The 2020/2021 UEFA Europa League draw is set to kick off on Monday, December 14th, and Live Soccer TV has all the info you need to see who your favorite team will be playing against in February.

After four months of action, during which nearly 100 games were played from the first round of qualifiers through matchday six of the group stages, we now have 24 teams set to feature in the 2020/2021 UEFA Europa League round of 32. These teams will be joined by eight third-placed sides from this season's Champions League tournament to complete the group of 32, and fans all over the world will be looking forward to see who gets paired with who.

Here's all you need to know ahead of the upcoming draw.

When is the 2020/2021 UEFA Europa League draw?

The 2020/2021 UEFA Europa League draw will take place on Monday, December 14th at 7:00 EST (12:00 GMT).

What teams will be featured in the 2020/2021 UEFA Europa League draw?

As you will remember, there were 12 groups in total for the Europa League (Groups A through L). Thus, there will be a total of 24 teams from this batch.

12 group stage winners (listed in order of group): Roma, Arsenal, Bayer Leverkusen, Rangers, PSV Eindhoven, Napoli, Leicester City, AC Milan, Villarreal, Tottenham, Dinamo Zagreb, Hoffenheim

12 group stage runners-up: Young Boys, Molde, Slavia Prague, Benfica, Granada, Real Sociedad, Braga, Lille, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Antwerp, Wolfsberger AC, Red Star Belgrade

In addition, there are eight teams from the Champions League. These sides finished in third spot, and as such, will drop down into the Europa League.

The eight teams are broken up into seeded and unseeded, based on how many points they picked up in their group stage matches, and will then be ranked against the other third-placed teams.

Seeded teams: Manchester United, Club Brugge, Shakhtar Donetsk, Ajax

Unseeded teams: Krasnodar, Red Bull Salzburg, Dynamo Kiev, Olympiakos

Why does seeding and unseeding matter? Because it will impact what draw a team could end up with in the round of 32, based on what pot they're placed into.

How are the teams split up for the 2020/2021 UEFA Europa League draw?

There will be two pots, with teams divided as follows:

Pot one will feature all 12 group stage winners plus the four best third-place teams from the Champions League group stages. In short, all the seeded teams go into this pot.

Pot one teams: Roma, Arsenal, Bayer Leverkusen, Rangers, PSV Eindhoven, Napoli, Leicester City, AC Milan, Villarreal, Tottenham, Dinamo Zagreb, Hoffenheim, Manchester United, Club Brugge, Shakhtar Donetsk, Ajax

Pot two will feature all 12 group stage runners up plus the other four third-place teams from the Champions League group stages. In short, all the unseeded teams go into this pot.

Pot two teams: Young Boys, Molde, Slavia Prague, Benfica, Granada, Real Sociedad, Braga, Lille, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Antwerp, Wolfsberger AC, Red Star Belgrade, Krasnodar, Red Bull Salzburg, Dynamo Kiev, Olympiakos 

Are there any restrictions for the 2020/2021 UEFA Europa League draw?

Yes. Teams from the same national association can't play against each other. In addition, teams who have already faced each other in the group stages won't have to play each other again - at least for now.

However, teams who dropped down into the Europa League from the Champions League may be pitted against each other.

Where to watch the 2020/2021 UEFA Europa League draw live on December 14, 2020

The UEFA Europa League draw will kick off at 04:00 PST/07:00 EST/12:00 GMT/13:00 CET.

Options to watch it include YouTube and UEFA.tv, and here are some other choices for some select countries:

USA: CBS All Access, TUDN.com, TUDN App

UK: BT Sport App, BT Sport 2, BTSport.com

Australia: Optus Sport

Canada: DAZN

Germany: Blue Sport

Live outside one of these countries? Here's where you can watch the Europa League draw live: 

 

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