What time is the Uefa Europa League draw today? Live stream and TV information, teams, pots and more



The 2019/20 Europa League group stage draw takes place at midday today, UK time, and there are five British sides eagerly awaiting their fate. 

Arsenal and Manchester United are two of the heavyweights and are joined by Wolves, Celtic and Rangers after the trio came through their qualifiers last night.

In all 48 teams will be in the hat for the group stage, split into 12 different groups. No team can play drawn in the same group as a club from their own association.

Beyond the home nations there are plenty of high quality sides in the competition including Sevilla, Porto and Roma, while eight sides from the Champions League will be added to the mix in the New Year. 

Here is everything you need to know about the draw.

When is it?

The draw takes place on Friday 30 August.

It is due to get underway at midday, UK time.

Where is it?

The draw will take place at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco.

Where can I watch it?

The draw will be streamed live on Uefa’s website. It will also be shown live on BT Sport 2.

The draw will take place in Monaco (Getty)

When do the games take place?

  • Matchday one: 19 September
  • Matchday two: 3 October
  • Matchday three: 24 October
  • Matchday four: 7 November
  • Matchday five: 28 November
  • Matchday six: 12 December

Which teams are in which pot?

​Pot 1 (Uefa coefficient, team, nation)

104.000 Sevilla (ESP)

101.000 Arsenal (ENG)

93.000 Porto (POR)

81.000 Roma (ITA)

78.000 Manchester United (ENG)

65.000 Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)

62.000 Beşiktaş (TUR)

54.500 Basel (SUI)

50.000 Sporting CP (POR)

48.000 CSKA Moskva (RUS)

40.000 Wolfsburg (GER)

37.000 Lazio (ITA)

Pot 2

37.000 PSV Eindhoven (NED)

34.500 Krasnodar (RUS)

31.000 Celtic (SCO)

31.000 København (DEN)

31.000 Braga (POR)

29.500 Gent (BEL)

29.000 Borussia Mönchengladbach (GER)

27.500 Young Boys (SUI)

27.500 Astana (KAZ)

27.000 Ludogorets (BUL)

25.500 APOEL (CYP)

24.000 Eintracht Frankfurt (GER)

Pot 3

23.000 St-Étienne (FRA)

22.000 Qarabağ (AZE)

22.000 Feyenoord (NED)

20.713 Getafe (ESP)

20.713 Espanyol (ESP)

20.000 Malmö (SWE)

18.000 Partizan (SRB)

17.500 Standard Liège (BEL)

17.092 Wolves (ENG)

11.699 Rennes (FRA)

11.500 Rosenborg (NOR)

10.500 İstanbul Başakşehir (TUR)

Pot 4

10.500 AZ Alkmaar (NED)

9.646 Vitória SC (POR)

8.000 Trabzonspor (TUR)

7.780 Olexandriya (UKR)

6.250 Dudelange (LUX)

6.250 LASK (AUT)

6.250 Wolfsberg (AUT)

6.000 Slovan Bratislava (SVK)

6.000 Lugano (SUI)

5.250 Rangers (SCO)

3.500 CFR Cluj (ROU)

3.500 Ferencváros (HUN)



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