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Draw Date and Broadcast Channels for Europa League Quarter-Finals Revealed

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On Thursday evening, the curtain came up for the return matches of the sixteenth round of the European Football League, the Europa League, for the season (2022-2023).

The return matches of the 1/8 finals of the Europa League tournament ended with the following results:

Real Betis (Spain) Manchester United (England) – (0-1)

Freiburg (Germany) – Juventus (Italy) – (0-2)

Feyenoord Rotterdam (Netherlands) – Shakhtar Donetsk (7-1)

Fenerbahce (Turkey) – Seville (Spain) – (1-0)

St. Giloise (Belgium) – Union Berlin (Germany) – (3-0)

Ferencvaros (Hungary) – Bayer Leverkusen (Germany) – (0:2)

Real Sociedad (Spain) – Roma (Italy) – (0:0)

Arsenal (England) – Sporting Lisbon (Portugal) – (1-1) on penalties (5-3).

Clubs reached the quarter-finals of the Europa League:

Manchester United (England)

Juventus (Italy)

Feyenoord Rotterdam (Netherlands)

Seville (Spain)

Saint Gilloise (Belgium)

Bayer Leverkusen (Germany)

Rome, Italy)

Sporting Lisbon (Portugal).

Draw date:

The draw ceremony for the quarter-finals of the European Football League, in addition to the similar round of the Champions League and European Conference competitions, will take place today, Friday, at the headquarters of the UEFA European Football Association in Nyon. Switzerland, exactly at 10:00 GMT.

Lottery channels:

BN Sports will broadcast the draw ceremony live.

The BN Sports channel network holds the exclusive rights to broadcast European Champions League competitions in the Middle East and North Africa.

You can also follow the live broadcast of the draw through the official page of the BN Sports news channel on the YouTube website.

The official website of the European Football Association “UEFA” also provides an opportunity to follow the live broadcast of the draw.

Source: agencies

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