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UEFA Europa League quarter-final draw: Man United play Sevilla, Juventus face Sporting

The UEFA Europa League quarter-final draw has been made, with Man United pitted against Sevilla and Juventus lying in wait for Sporting CP.

The draw for the quarter-finals at UEFA headquarters in Nyon
The draw for the quarter-finals at UEFA headquarters in Nyon AFP via Getty Images

The 2022/23 UEFA Europa League quarter-final and semi-final draws have been made.

Having eliminated Real Betis in the round of 16, Man United face their city rivals Sevilla in the last eight. The six-time UEFA Cup and Europa League winners Sevilla have won both previous ties against United, knocking them out 2-1 in the 2019/20 Europa League semi-finals in Cologne, and by the same aggregate score in the 2017/18 Champions League round of 16 (0-0 h, 2-1 a).

Juventus and Sporting met for the only time in the 2017/18 Champions League group stage, the Italian side winning 2-1 in Turin before a 1-1 draw in Lisbon. Feyenoord and Roma, meanwhile, met in last season's Europa Conference League final, Nicolò Zaniolo scoring the only goal for the Serie A side in the 32nd minute in Tirana.

Europa League quarter-finals and semi-finals


First legs
Thursday 13 April
Feyenoord vs Roma (18:45 CET)
Man United vs Sevilla (21:00 CET)
Juventus vs Sporting CP (21:00 CET)
Leverkusen vs Union SG (21:00 CET)

Second legs
Thursday 20 April
Sevilla vs Man United (21:00 CET)
Sporting CP vs Juventus (21:00 CET)
Union SG vs Leverkusen (21:00 CET)
Roma vs Feyenoord(21:00 CET)


First legs
Thursday 11 May

Juventus/Sporting CP vs Man United/Sevilla (21:00 CET)
Feyenoord/Roma vs Leverkusen/Union SG (21:00 CET)

Second legs
Thursday 18 May
Man United/Sevilla vs Juventus/Sporting CP (21:00 CET)
Leverkusen/Union SG vs Feyenoord/Roma (21:00 CET)

How did the draw work?

There was a free draw for the quarter-finals, meaning no seedings or country protection, with ties numbered 1–4 for the semi-final draw that followed.

Was there also a draw for the final?

Yes, for administrative purposes. The winners of semi-final 1 will be the 'home' side for the Europa League final in Budapest on Wednesday 31 May 2023.

Where is the 2023 Europa League final?

AFP via Getty Images

The 2022/23 Europa League final will take place at Budapest's 65,000+ capacity Puskás Aréna on 31 May 2023.

The winners gain a place in the 2023/24 UEFA Champions League group stage, if they have not qualified via their domestic competition.

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