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Ciro Ferrara (UEFA Europa League round of 16 draw)OK! That's the end of our live coverage from the UEFA Europa League round of 32 and round of 16 draws. Check UEFA.com regularly for more news and reaction from the UEFA Europa League.
Juande Ramos (FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk)Juande Ramos, FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk coach
Luck was not with us in this draw. Tottenham are one of the favorites to win the whole competition. They are a very strong side, but we have to take to the pitch and play with no other thought than to fight for a win over the two legs.
Vladimir Petković (SS Lazio)Vladimir Petković, SS Lazio coach
It could have been worse, but Ludogorets are a dangerous side. They may lack experience at European level, but they have good players, and we will have to give our very best to beat them. Playing in Europe is a great motivation for them - their players will give 110% to show what they can do at this level. Last season we did well in the UEFA Europa League. With a bit of luck we can do even better this season, but we have to take it match by match.
Kurban Berdyev (FC Rubin Kazan)Kurban Berdyev, FC Rubin Kazan coach
Betis are an experienced side - they have played in European competition numerous times. Even though they are struggling in the Spanish league, it will be a very tough tie. It is difficult to make it to the next round, and we cannot approach these games with a lack of discipline. We respect them very much.
Franz Schiemer (FC Salzburg)Franz Schiemer, FC Salzburg defender
Ajax are one of the toughest opponents we could have got in this draw. They are a top club, so we will certainly have a big crowd at our stadium. It's a small advantage to have the second leg at home. I once played against Ajax with FK Austria Wien and we lost, so I still have a personal score to settle with them.
Olexiy Gai (FC Chornomorets Odesa)Olexiy Gai, FC Chornomorets Odesa midfielder
Yesterday, [Chornomorets coach] Roman Grygorchuk said he wanted to play Lyon, so we did not even need to watch the draw! Lyon are one of the best teams in France. We will discover their strengths and weaknesses during the match, but overall they are a decent team. Do we want to play Shakhtar in the round of 16? All of Ukraine would want to see a tie like that, but it is too early to discuss it.
Gadzhi Gadzhiev, FC Anji Makhachkala coach
I know Genk well because we follow the Belgian league closely. We bought defender João Carlos from them [in 2011]. Genk are dangerous opponents but I believe we have a chance to win the tie.

Andrei Yeschenko, FC Anji Makhachkala defender
Genk are a good team but we can compete with them. I believe it is within our grasp to reach the round of 16. I agree that Anji have been a bit lucky in the Europa League. We were not drawn into the toughest of groups and we have also had some luck now with the draw.
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Vladislav Kulik (FC Kuban Krasnodar) & Alan Kasaev (FC Rubin Kazan)Vladislav Kulik, FC Rubin Kazan midfielder
Betis? They are a famous team. I have not been following them lately, but Spanish football is always good. It will not be easy for us - that is for sure. The fact they are bottom of the league does not mean a thing because many clubs struggle domestically and are successful in the UEFA Champions League or UEFA Europa League. I would not like to make any predictions - we will see what happens on the pitch.
Unai Emery (FC Spartak Moskva)Unai Emery, Sevilla FC coach
We'll take that draw. We always have the utmost respect for every rival we face but considering who we could have drawn, I think we can be happy. We can compete with and overcome them. We are talking about the strongest team in Slovenia. They are top of their league and the fact that they have reached this stage says that they will not be easy opponents.
Murat Yakin (FC Basel 1893)Murat Yakin, FC Basel 1893 coach
It's a great draw for us to start the knockout stage. We know our opponents from our matches in the summer [in the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round]. The atmosphere is always great at Bloomfield Stadium. The fact that Maccabi progressed so comfortably from the group stage of the Europa League shows that they have a great team.
Ante Šimundža (NK Maribor)Ante Šimundža, NK Maribor coach
They have won the UEFA Cup twice, and have some great players. Sevilla is a club with big status in Europe. For us, these two matches will be a joy and a reward for our hard work and success in surviving a winter in Europe for the very first time. We will come back for our winter training camp a week earlier than originally planned, but we don’t plan any other changes. Until then, we will watch their games in the Spanish league to get a full picture of the way they play.

Sevilla are seventh in the Spanish table. We cannot say that they are not difficult opponents, but it's good that Sevilla have a big name and reputation.
Juanfran (Real Betis Balompié) & Clément Grenier (Olympique Lyonnais)Juanfran, Real Betis Balompié midfielder
It's going to be a difficult tie. The cold plays a big part when you travel to a country like Russia but I think it will be a very even tie - I see it at 50-50. Things aren't exactly working out for them in their domestic league either. We weren't really thinking about who we would get in the draw. The UEFA Europa League will be put to one side until February; we are now thinking about the Liga. [Rubin] have some good players. We will respect them, but we are Betis and we must look to get through to the next round. [Current Betis defender Jordi Figueras once played for Rubin so] he can give us some good first-hand information on them.
İbrahim Ethem Hacıosmanoğlu, Trabzonspor AŞ president
I wouldn't see this as an unlucky draw. I very much wanted to be drawn against an Italian side, having faced another Italian outfit – Lazio - in our group. Juventus were knocked out of the Champions League by a Turkish side and we can give them the pleasure of being eliminated by another!

When we really want to, Trabzonspor play good football. The ties will be played after the January break anyway. We have valuable players but when we find some missing pieces, I believe we will be even better. Trabzonspor are generally successful against Italian teams. We have beaten some of the leading teams in the history of football in the past. If we can show our real power, we can eliminate Juventus too. We are not short of fans in Italy either. It's an advantage to play the first match at away. If we get a positive result there, we believe we can clinch the tie in Trabzon.
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Bruno Hübner, Eintracht Frankfurt sporting director
It's a great draw, for our team as well as for our fans. But it is also one of the toughest draws one could get. We will be the underdogs in both ties – we can only succeed.

Heribert Bruchhagen, Eintracht Frankfurt executive director
We didn't want to draw a team coming from the UEFA Champions League. Porto are very experienced at this level and it is a very tough draw, but Bundesliga sides have shown we can perform at the top level. We are not delighted, but it's a great challenge. Over two legs we can spring a surprise.
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Rémi Garde (Olympique Lyonnais)Rémi Garde, Olympique Lyonnais coach
I have a lot of respect for all the teams who have reached this stage in the competition so I won't say too much about this particular draw. All the French sides who are taking part in European competitions should be supported. If Paris Saint-Germain go a long way [in the UEFA Champions League], we will be happy for them.
Hami Mandıralı, Trabzonspor AŞ assistant coach
We are not scared of Juventus. It will be very pleasant to play against Juventus. Trabzonspor recorded good results recently and we’ll play against one of the giants from the Champions League. It will be a nice game. We have Turkish international players as well as players who are experienced in Europe in our squad. We are trying to do our best within our capacity.

It’s not important to play the first match away or at home - that’s football and you can’t win without playing home and away. Regardless of your opponents, you need to play your own game. Eliminating Juventus would be something else. We’ll do our best to do Trabzonspor proud on the European stage.
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David Limberský (FC Viktoria Plzeň)David Limberský , FC Viktoria Plzeň midfielder
Shakhtar are a very strong team and I don't think we are going to be the favourites in this tie. It will be a memorable occasion for [Shakhtar's Czech defender] Tomáš Hübschman, and they also have some great Brazilian players – they are tremendously strong opponents. I also know their stadium is very good. I can promise on behalf of my dressing room that we are going to do everything to qualify, but it will be really hard.
Stefanos Athanasiadis (PAOK FC)Stefanos Athanasiadis, PAOK FC forward
We have two former Benfica players in our ranks, Kostas Katsouranis and Miguel Vítor, who can hopefully give us some pointers. Hopefully we can achieve our goals. Benfica are a very good side - they play attractive football and they reached last year’s final. I believe we can go through, though. We are always very focused when playing against big-name opponents and have got good results in the past, especially away from home.
Stoicho Stoev (PFC Ludogorets Razgrad)Stoicho Stoev, PFC Ludogorets Razgrad coach
Whether we wanted it or not, this is the draw. I follow Serie A closely and I know about Lazio, but just as a fan and not as a coach, so now I will start to follow them more closely. They have some great players, like Miroslav Klose. Lazio have an advantage as there is no winter break in Italy, but we will give our best and try to be totally ready for them.
Aurelio De Laurentiis, SSC Napoli president
Swansea are a good side, but we have a chance to qualify and we must win. Our coach [Rafael Benítez] knows Premier League football better than anybody else, so this could be an advantage for us. We just need patience, because we are building something very strong at Napoli.
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Jordi Cruyff, Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC sporting director
We know Basel already but both teams could change a lot by the time we meet as January will soon be here. We won't go into the tie as favourites.
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Huub Stevens (PAOK FC)Huub Stevens, PAOK FC coach
Benfica are very strong opponents. We know that well from their recent games against Olympiacos in the UEFA Champions League and in the two months remaining until these matches we will study them further. Benfica are one of the best teams in the round of 32. Playing against a strong team is good as it gives us more to focus on, but going through is even better. It’s a difficult tie but over the two games we will try to make the most of our chances. For our fans, it’s fantastic to see strong teams here at the Toumba and I hope they will enjoy these ties.
Niels Frederiksen (Esbjerg fB)Niels Frederiksen, Esbjerg fB coach
It is a very interesting draw. Fiorentina are a team from the top of Serie A, and for many of us, this is going to be the kind of challenge we have never faced before, but also a challenge we are really looking forward to.

Of course we have a chance, as there is always a chance when two football teams meet, but I would consider it a major surprise if we succeed in eliminating Fiorentina. I am convinced, though, that this is an opponent who can fill our stadium for the home match!
UEFA Youth League draw is starting: Napoli, Benfica and Shakhtar have sides involved. Follow it live via this link.
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PAOL v Benfica: fans with long memories may recall their encounter in the 1999/00 UEFA Cup second round. The sides traded 2-1 away wins before Benfica won the tie 4-1 on penalties in Lisbon.
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Round of 32 opponents Maccabi Tel-Aviv and Basel already know each other well; they met in this season's UEFA Champions League third qualifying round. Valentin Stocker scored the only goal of the first leg for Basel, with the second leg ending 3-3, despite Basel roaring into a 3-0 lead.
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Rewinding to what we saw in the round of 32 draw: Ajax and Salzburg have met four times before. Ajax beat Salzburg 6-1 on aggregate in the first round of the 1992/93 UEFA Cup, and went on to reach the quarter-finals. More exciting still, they drew 1-1 at home and 0-0 away with Salzburg in the 1994/95 UEFA Champions League group stage, going on to win the competition.
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There are some great statistics from this season and the history of the competition in our dedicated site section on UEFA.com. Statistics
UEFA Europa League round of 16 draw resultsHere's a shot showing some of the round of 16 ties that lie ahead.
Stick around for reaction to the draw from UEFA.com's team of correspondents.
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The observant among you will have spotted the potential for a Seville derby between Sevilla and Betis in the round of 16!
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UEFA Europa League round of 16 draw resultsAnd this is what the round of 32 looks like!
Gianni Infantino (UEFA Europa League round of 32 & 16 draw)Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC or FC Basel 1893 v AFC Ajax or FC Salzburg
Juventus or Trabzonspor AŞ v Esbjerg fB or ACF Fiorentina
Ciro Ferrara (UEFA Europa League round of 32 & 16 draw)NK Maribor or Sevilla FC v Real Betis Balompié v FC Rubin Kazan
FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk or Tottenham Hotspur FC v PAOK FC or SL Benfica
FC Porto or Eintracht Frankfurt v Swansea City AFC or SSC Napoli
FC Chornomorets Odesa or Olympique Lyonnais v FC Viktoria Plzeň or FC Shakhtar Donetsk
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FC Slovan Liberec or AZ Alkmaar v FC Anji Makhachkala or KRC Genk
SS Lazio or PFC Ludogorets Razgrad v FC Dynamo Kyiv or Valencia CF
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Round of 16 draw now concluded
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The round of 32 draw in full:
FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk v Tottenham Hotspur FC
Real Betis Balompié v FC Rubin Kazan
Swansea City AFC v SSC Napoli
Juventus v Trabzonspor AŞ
NK Maribor v Sevilla FC
FC Viktoria Plzeň v FC Shakhtar Donetsk
FC Chornomorets Odesa v Olympique Lyonnais
SS Lazio v PFC Ludogorets Razgrad
Esbjerg fB v ACF Fiorentina
AFC Ajax v FC Salzburg
Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC v FC Basel 1893
FC Porto v Eintracht Frankfurt
FC Anji Makhachkala v KRC Genk
FC Dynamo Kyiv v Valencia CF
PAOK FC v SL Benfica
FC Slovan Liberec v AZ Alkmaar
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FC Slovan Liberec v AZ Alkmaar
The sides drew 2-2 in the 2006/07 UEFA Cup group stage.
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PAOK FC v SL Benfica
The sides met in the 1999/00 UEFA Cup second round.
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FC Dynamo Kyiv v Valencia CF
Dynamo beat Valencia on away goals in the 2008/09 UEFA Cup round of 32.
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FC Anji Makhachkala v KRC Genk
Long journey east for Genk.
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FC Porto v Eintracht Frankfurt
A first meeting for these two former competition winners.
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Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC v FC Basel 1893
The sides met in the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round this season!
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AFC Ajax v FC Salzburg
The sides will be meeting for the fifth and sixth times!
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Esbjerg fB v ACF Fiorentina
Great tie for the Danish side.
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SS Lazio v PFC Ludogorets Razgrad
Lazio will face the Bulgarian champions.
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FC Chornomorets Odesa v Olympique Lyonnais
A journey to Ukraine for the French side.
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FC Viktoria Plzeň v FC Shakhtar Donetsk
Two sides who parachuted down from the UEFA Champions League in this tie.
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NK Maribor v Sevilla FC
The two-time UEFA Cup winners are off to Slovenia!
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Juventus v Trabzonspor AŞ
Juventus played in Turkey in their last UEFA Champions League group stage game, while Trabzonspor's UEFA Europa League group stage campaign concluded in Rome.
13.19
Swansea City AFC v SSC Napoli
Ouch! Tough draw for Swansea, but Michael Laudrup said he wanted a big side!
13.17
Real Betis Balompié v FC Rubin Kazan
Those sides will be meeting for the first time.
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FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk v Tottenham Hotspur FC is the first tie!
That means Dnipro coach Juande Ramos will be facing one of his old clubs.
13.15
Ciro Ferrara (UEFA Europa League round of 32 & 16 draw)Here we go!
Mr Marchetti is now explaining the draw procedure - see the 'draw details' window on this page for more information.
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Ciro Ferrara is hoping to improve on his language skills before the final: "I am sure that the new Juve stadium will be a beautiful frame for this important event," he says. "Sorry for my English. Next time I will be more fluent!"
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Gianni Infantino (UEFA Europa League round of 32 & 16 draw)UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino - our master of ceremonies
Special guest at today's draw, representing the final host city, Turin, is Ciro Ferrara, the former Juventus defender who won the UEFA Cup with SSC Napoli in 1988/89.

UEFA's director of competitions Giorgio Marchetti is also on hand to help out.
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UEFA Europa League round of 32 & 16 drawHere are the draw balls, all ready to roll.

The round of 16 draw, made immediately after the round of 32 draw; this draw will be completely open with 16 balls containing 'winners of match 1' to 'winners of match 16'. Ties will be played on 13 and 20 March.
Italy and Ukraine: four teams each in the draw, making them the most represented nations.
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UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino is giving his introductory speech in Nyon.

Before we continue, here is a reminder of the draw procedure. There will be two pots for the round of 32 draw: the 12 group winners and the four best third-ranked teams in the UEFA Champions League group stage are seeded. They will be drawn against the 12 group runners-up and the remaining third-placed UEFA Champions League sides. No team can play a club from their group or a side from the same association. Games will be played on 20 and 27 February.
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The live stream is up and running. Good luck, everyone.
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Michael Laudrup (Swansea City AFC)Michael Laudrup, Swansea City AFC coach
There are a lot of good teams we can get. I hope that we’ll get a big name because I think the team and the fans deserve it. I’d rather not go to Eastern Europe in February, so for me I think the best team we could get, even if they’re a very good team, would be Benfica. They have a fantastic stadium, a very good side and they are a world-famous team, so that would be great. And Lisbon is a nice city for the fans as well.
UEFA Europa League round of 32 & 16 drawThe draw begins in five minutes – if you cannot see the live video stream at the top of your page, please refresh your browser.
Confirmation that Spurs are without a manager despite winning all six of their UEFA Europa League Group K games.
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Responsible for five of Tottenham's 15 goals was Jermain Defoe, who finished as the joint leading scorer in the group stage along with Trabzonspor AŞ's Olcan Adın. The England striker's successful penalty at home to FC Sheriff on matchday four was his 23rd strike in continental competition, enabling him to bypass Martin Chivers as Spurs' all-time leading European marksman.
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The competition has a rich history. Check out all the past winners and the details of past season in our dedicated section. History
Paco Alcácer (Valencia CF)Paco Alcácer, Valencia CF forward
We don't have any preference for the draw as all the teams are good. We don't consider ourselves as competition favourites, we are humble. We have to give our all in the UEFA Europa League.
PAOK FC Team GroupPAOK FC extended their record sequence of away matches without defeat to nine – three more than any other club – with their 2-0 success at FC Shakhter Karagandy on matchday five. The Greek club are under the tutelage of Huub Stevens, who guided FC Schalke 04 to UEFA Cup glory in 1997.
Jaroslav Šilhavý (FC Slovan Liberec)Jaroslav Šilhavý, FC Slovan Liberec coach
This is a great opportunity for the team and for the club and it was a surprise for us and for Czech football. We have faced many big European teams – it was a dream we can carry on now.
The official UEFA Europa League Facebook page has over 3.6 million fans. Are you missing out? Facebook
Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea)Jonathan De Guzmán, Swansea City AFC midfielder
Playing in Europe is great for the club and great for the players and it's also new for a lot of players. We're fit enough for the next round and for me, it's the first time as I've always lost at the group stage with my previous teams.
Eight sides booked places in the round of 32 as early as matchday four, and all were from different countries – Austria (Salzburg), Bulgaria (Ludogorets), Denmark (Esbjerg fB), England (Tottenham), Italy (ACF Fiorentina), Russia (FC Rubin Kazan), Spain (Valencia CF) and Ukraine (FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk).
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Wilfried Bony (Swansea City AFC)Wilfried Bony, Swansea City AFC forward
We will see now [about the draw] because football is crazy but we will be ready for that game.
This just in: Tottenham Hotspur FC have parted company with manager André Villas-Boas in the wake of Sunday's 5-0 Premier League home defeat against Liverpool FC.

The 36-year-old was hired in July 2012, and led his side through to the UEFA Europa League round of 32 as Group K winners, but has stepped aside with his side lying in a disappointing seventh place in the English league. "The decision was by mutual consent and in the interests of all parties," reads a club statement. "We wish André well for the future."
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José Rondón (FC Rubin Kazan)José Rondón, FC Rubin Kazan
This competition means something for Kazan but also for the whole country as we are representing the Russian league. We know that we will have to face difficult sides after the winter break, but let it be whoever it happens to be.
Follow @EuropaLeague on Twitter to join over 500,000 fans and keep up to date with the latest UEFA Europa League news. @EuropaLeague
Juanfran (Real Betis Balompié) & Clément Grenier (Olympique Lyonnais)Juanfran, Real Betis Balompié midfielder
Olympique Lyonnais were the strongest team in our group, but we qualified for the next phase with a round to spare too and we can still dream. We've got to take things step by step and let's see who we get in the round of 32, because I think the team will be doing better by then. But, whoever we get, we just have to go all out against them – at this stage, all the teams are good.
The round of 32 will feature teams from 19 national associations – a record for the competition, surpassing the 17 nations that had at least one representative in the 2010/11 knockout stage. Two countries will have representation in the knockout stage for the first time – Bulgaria (PFC Ludogorets Razgrad) and Slovenia (NK Maribor).
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Radoslav Kováč (FC Slovan Liberec)Radoslav Kováč, FC Slovan Liberec captain
Now it's going to be difficult, but we are not thinking about the next stage yet. For us it's great. We'll fight and see who comes [in the draw], but this step is amazing for Czech football as well.
Brad Friedel, Tottenham Hotspur FC goalkeeper
We're going to see who our next opponent is, but we entered [the UEFA Europa League] at the beginning to win it, so we're going to try to win every game that we play. It's a trophy that we're definitely going to try to get.
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The UEFA Europa League gives unheralded players the chance to shine in Europe every season; check out UEFA.com's team of the group stage for our pick of the 2013/14 competition's biggest stars so far.
11.12
If you are here as a supporter of one of the eight sides who have parachuted down from the UEFA Champions League, our statistics-oriented round-up of the best bits of the group stage will give you a good idea of what you have missed.
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The round of 16 draw, made immediately afterwards, will be completely open with 16 balls containing 'winners of match 1' to 'winners of match 16'. Ties will be played on 13 and 20 March.
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Before we continue, here is a reminder of the draw procedure. There will be two pots for the round of 32 draw: the 12 group winners and the four best third-ranked teams in the UEFA Champions League group stage are seeded. They will be drawn against the 12 group runners-up and the remaining third-placed UEFA Champions League sides. No team can play a club from their group or a side from the same association. Games will be played on 20 and 27 February.
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UEFA Europa League round of 32 & 16 drawThe group stage once again thrilled us with some stunning strikes and dramatic games. The 144 matches produced 335 goals, with FC Salzburg and Tottenham Hotspur FC the joint highest scorers (both on 15). Those sides also finished with perfect hauls of 18 points, with this the second time the Austrian club have achieved that feat.
Welcome to UEFA.com's live coverage of the UEFA Europa League round of 32 draw from Nyon, where the 24 sides that progressed through the group stage, together with the eight third-placed teams transferring from the UEFA Champions League, will discover their opponents for the next stage of the competition. The ceremony starts at 13.00CET.
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Draw details

Rounds of 32 & 16

13.00CET, 16 December, Nyon

There will be two pots for the round of 32 draw: the 12 group winners and the four best third-ranked teams in the UEFA Champions League group stage are seeded. They will be drawn against the 12 group runners-up and the remaining third-placed UEFA Champions League sides. No team can play a club from their group or a side from the same association. Games will be played on 20 and 27 February.

Seeded
Valencia CF (ESP, Group A)
PFC Ludogorets Razgrad (BUL, B)
FC Salzburg (AUT, C)
FC Rubin Kazan (RUS, D)
ACF Fiorentina (ITA, E)
Eintracht Frankfurt (GER, F)
KRC Genk (BEL, G)
Sevilla FC (ESP, H)
Olympique Lyonnais (FRA, I)
Trabzonspor AŞ (TUR, J)
Tottenham Hotspur FC (ENG, K)
AZ Alkmaar (NED, L)
SSC Napoli (ITA)*
SL Benfica (POR)*
FC Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR)*
FC Basel 1893 (SUI)*

Unseeded
Swansea City AFC (ENG, Group A)
FC Chornomorets Odesa (UKR, B)
Esbjerg fB (DEN, C)
NK Maribor (SVN, D)
FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (UKR, E)
Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC (ISR, F)
FC Dynamo Kyiv (UKR, G)
FC Slovan Liberec (CZE, H)
Real Betis Balompié (ESP, I)
SS Lazio (ITA, J)
FC Anji Makhachkala (RUS, K)
PAOK FC (GRE, L)
AFC Ajax (NED)*
Juventus (ITA)*
FC Porto (POR)*
FC Viktoria Plzeň (CZE)

*Transferred from the UEFA Champions League

The draw for the round of 16 follows and there are no seeded sides. The 16 balls containing slips of paper representing 'Winners of match 1' to 'Winners of match 16' are placed in one bowl and shuffled. The first team drawn are to play their first match at home against the second team drawn; the same procedure is then repeated for the other matches. There are no restrictions on the round of 16 draw. Ties are on 13 and 20 March.

Road to Turin
Quarter-finals: Draw 21 March, matches 3 & 10 April
Semi-finals: Draw 11 April, matches 24 April & 1 May
Final: Wednesday 14 May, Juventus Arena

UEFA Europa League-Round of 32 and Round of 16 draws-Nyon, Switzerland - Monday 16 December 2013 13.00CET

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Matches

Third qualifying round

Swansea4-0Malmö
Referee: Paolo Mazzoleni (ITA) – Stadium: Swansea Stadium, Swansea (WAL)
09/30/2013 23:14:55
Malmö0-0Swansea
Aggregate: 0-4
Referee: Serdar Gözübüyük (NED) – Stadium: Malmö New Stadium, Malmo (SWE)
08/22/2013 16:22:14

Play-offs

22 August 2013 - UEFA Europa League, Play-offs
Swansea5-1Petrolul
Referee: Sergei Karasev (RUS) – Stadium: Swansea Stadium, Swansea (WAL)
09/30/2013 23:11:25
29 August 2013 - UEFA Europa League, Play-offs
Petrolul2-1Swansea
Aggregate: 3-6
Referee: Michael Koukoulakis (GRE) – Stadium: Ilie Oană, Ploiesti (ROU)
08/30/2013 13:27:03

Group stage

19 September 2013 - UEFA Europa League, Group stage (Group A)
Valencia0-3Swansea
Referee: Serge Gumienny (BEL) – Stadium: Estadi de Mestalla, Valencia (ESP)
09/25/2013 15:05:44
Swansea1-0St Gallen
Referee: Duarte Gomes (POR) – Stadium: Swansea Stadium, Swansea (WAL)
10/08/2013 13:12:55
Swansea1-1Kuban
Referee: Kristinn Jakobsson (ISL) – Stadium: Swansea Stadium, Swansea (WAL)
02/03/2014 17:22:23
Kuban1-1Swansea
Referee: Robert Schörgenhofer (AUT) – Stadium: Kuban, Krasnodar (RUS)
02/03/2014 17:22:24
28 November 2013 - UEFA Europa League, Group stage (Group A)
Swansea0-1Valencia
Referee: Luca Banti (ITA) – Stadium: Swansea Stadium, Swansea (WAL)
02/03/2014 17:22:39
12 December 2013 - UEFA Europa League, Group stage (Group A)
St Gallen1-0Swansea
Referee: Liran Liany (ISR) – Stadium: Arena St Gallen, St Gallen (SUI)
02/03/2014 17:22:54

Pots

Unseeded

  • SwanseaSwansea(ENG)
  • Chornomorets OdesaChornomorets Odesa(UKR)
  • EsbjergEsbjerg(DEN)
  • MariborMaribor(SVN)
  • DniproDnipro(UKR)
  • M. Tel-AvivM. Tel-Aviv(ISR)
  • Dynamo KyivDynamo Kyiv(UKR)
  • LiberecLiberec(CZE)
  • BetisBetis(ESP)
  • LazioLazio(ITA)
  • AnjiAnji(RUS)
  • PAOKPAOK(GRE)
  • AjaxAjax(NED)
  • JuventusJuventus(ITA)
  • PortoPorto(POR)
  • PlzeňPlzeň(CZE)

Seeded

  • ValenciaValencia(ESP)
  • LudogoretsLudogorets(BUL)
  • SalzburgSalzburg(AUT)
  • RubinRubin(RUS)
  • FiorentinaFiorentina(ITA)
  • Eintracht FrankfurtEintracht Frankfurt(GER)
  • GenkGenk(BEL)
  • SevillaSevilla(ESP)
  • LyonLyon(FRA)
  • TrabzonsporTrabzonspor(TUR)
  • TottenhamTottenham(ENG)
  • AZAZ(NED)
  • NapoliNapoli(ITA)
  • BenficaBenfica(POR)
  • Shakhtar DonetskShakhtar Donetsk(UKR)
  • BaselBasel(SUI)

GroupsMatches

Round of 32

M 1

DniproDnipro(UKR)
v
TottenhamTottenham(ENG)

M 2

BetisBetis(ESP)
v
RubinRubin(RUS)

M 3

SwanseaSwansea(ENG)
v
NapoliNapoli(ITA)

M 4

JuventusJuventus(ITA)
v
TrabzonsporTrabzonspor(TUR)

M 5

MariborMaribor(SVN)
v
SevillaSevilla(ESP)

M 6

PlzeňPlzeň(CZE)
v
Shakhtar DonetskShakhtar Donetsk(UKR)

M 7

Chornomorets OdesaChornomorets Odesa(UKR)
v
LyonLyon(FRA)

M 8

LazioLazio(ITA)
v
LudogoretsLudogorets(BUL)

M 9

EsbjergEsbjerg(DEN)
v
FiorentinaFiorentina(ITA)

M 10

AjaxAjax(NED)
v
SalzburgSalzburg(AUT)

M 11

M. Tel-AvivM. Tel-Aviv(ISR)
v
BaselBasel(SUI)

M 12

PortoPorto(POR)
v
Eintracht FrankfurtEintracht Frankfurt(GER)

M 13

AnjiAnji(RUS)
v
GenkGenk(BEL)

M 14

Dynamo KyivDynamo Kyiv(UKR)
v
ValenciaValencia(ESP)

M 15

PAOKPAOK(GRE)
v
BenficaBenfica(POR)

M 16

LiberecLiberec(CZE)
v
AZAZ(NED)

Round of 16

M 1

LiberecLiberec(CZE)/AZAZ(NED)
v
AnjiAnji(RUS)/GenkGenk(BEL)

M 2

LazioLazio(ITA)/LudogoretsLudogorets(BUL)
v
Dynamo KyivDynamo Kyiv(UKR)/ValenciaValencia(ESP)

M 3

PortoPorto(POR)/Eintracht FrankfurtEintracht Frankfurt(GER)
v
SwanseaSwansea(ENG)/NapoliNapoli(ITA)

M 4

Chornomorets OdesaChornomorets Odesa(UKR)/LyonLyon(FRA)
v
PlzeňPlzeň(CZE)/Shakhtar DonetskShakhtar Donetsk(UKR)

M 5

MariborMaribor(SVN)/SevillaSevilla(ESP)
v
BetisBetis(ESP)/RubinRubin(RUS)

M 6

DniproDnipro(UKR)/TottenhamTottenham(ENG)
v
PAOKPAOK(GRE)/BenficaBenfica(POR)

M 7

M. Tel-AvivM. Tel-Aviv(ISR)/BaselBasel(SUI)
v
AjaxAjax(NED)/SalzburgSalzburg(AUT)

M 8

JuventusJuventus(ITA)/TrabzonsporTrabzonspor(TUR)
v
EsbjergEsbjerg(DEN)/FiorentinaFiorentina(ITA)

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