Europa League group draw 2021-2022 streaming and live TV: where to see it live
Today, Friday 27 August 2021, at 12 noon in Nyon (Switzerland) the draw for the 2021-2022 Uefa Europa League groups will be staged. To take part 32 teams including 2 Italians: Naples and Lazio. The 32 teams are divided into 4 pots of 8 teams each, according to the UEFA coefficient. Restrictions: teams from the same country cannot be drawn together, nor can Russian and Ukrainian teams. Where to see the 2021-2022 Europa League group draw live on TV and live streaming? Below is all the information in detail.
The 2021/2022 Europa League group stage draw will be visible on TV on Sky Sport 24 on channel 200 of the satellite and on Sky Sport Football, channel 203 of the satellite.
Europa League group draw 2021 2022 live streaming
Sky subscribers will be able to follow the Europa League draw through Sky Go, by downloading the app on tablets and smartphones or by purchasing one of the NOW packages. On the official website of the UEFA will be available in English.
How it works and dates
We have seen where to see the 2021 2022 Europa League group draw on TV and live streaming, but how does the competition work and who participates? The winners of their respective groups will advance to the round of 16. The runners-up in the groups, on the other hand, will first have to face the third “relegated” from the Champions League to access the round of 16. Finally, whoever finishes in third place will be diverted to the Conference League. The group stage will start on 16 September and will end on 9 December 2021. For the final meeting on 28 May 2022 at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium in Seville.
ENG: Leicester City, West Ham
ESP: Real Sociedad, Real Betis
ITA: Naples, Lazio
GER: Eintracht Frankfurt, Bayer Leverkusen
BETWEEN: Lyon, Marseille
NED: PSV Eindhoven **
RUS: Lokomotiv Moskva, Spartak Moskva **
NICE: Genk **
DEN: Midtjylland **
CZE: Sparta Praha **
BUL: Ludogorets **
HUN: Ferencváros **
12 teams qualified by right
* 10 UEFA Europa League play-off winners (to be confirmed)
** 10 teams from the UEFA Champions League play-offs and third qualifying round (4 from the Champions path, 6 from the A league path) (to be confirmed)