The Europa League last 16 draw has been concluded with all the remaining clubs discovering their fate for the latest knockout round.
The 2021/22 Europa League last 16 draw took place at the UEFA headquarters in Nylon, Switzerland, on Friday after the knockout playoffs concluded.
Teams from 12 different nations make up the draw. The Netherlands have three teams in the mix, while France has two. The rest of them come from Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Austria, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic, Norway, England, and Serbia.
UEFA has granted the group winners as ‘Seeded Team’ status for the draw. Those who qualified via the knockout round playoffs – such as Barcelona, Atalanta, and Sevilla – are classified as ‘Unseeded Teams’
Europa League Last 16 Fixtures
|Real Betis||VS||Eintracht Frankfurt|
|RB Leipzig||VS||Spartak Moscow|
|Rangers||VS||Red Star Belgrade|
When are the last 16 ties?
The first legs of the last-16 ties will be played on March 10, and the return fixtures take place a week later on March 17.
What are the key Europa League dates?
March 10 & 17: Last 16 Stage
March 18: Quarter-final & Semi-final draw
April 7 &14: Quarter-finals
April 18 & May 5: Semi-finals
May 18: Final (Seville, Spain)
* All dates are provisional and subject to change by UEFA.
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