Europa League last-16 draw: When is it?
Last Updated: 15/03/19 9:47am
Celtic have been knocked out but Arsenal and Chelsea are in Friday's draw for the last 16 of the Europa League.
When is the draw?
The draw will be on Friday, February 22 in Nyon, Switzerland. The scheduled start time is midday (GMT) and you will be able to follow the draw online with Sky Sports.
Who will be in the draw?
The winners of the 16 round-of-32 ties, which conclude on February 21, will secure their places in the draw for the last-16.
Team in the draw:
- Dinamo Zagreb
- RB Salzburg
- Eintracht Frankfurt
- Zenit St Petersburg
- Inter Milan
- Slavia Prague
- Dynamo Kyiv
How does the draw work?
There is no seeding or country protection, meaning the first club drawn out will play the first leg of the two-leg tie at home.
Any restrictions will be announced ahead of the draw by UEFA.
When will the last-16 ties take place?
The first legs take place on Thursday, March 7, with the return legs taking place the following Thursday on March 14.
What happens next?
Key dates: Europa League 2018/19
- March 15: Quarter-final and semi-final draw
- April 11: Quarter-final first leg
- April 18: Quarter-final second leg
- May 2: Semi-final first leg
- May 9: Semi-final second leg
- May 29: Final - Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan