Erik ten Hag’s side beat Real Betis in Seville on Thursday evening and confirmed their spot, with Juventus and Roma potential opponents, though Arsenal are now out after a shock penalty shootout loss at home to Sporting Lisbon in the last-16.
This stage sees the draw become completely open with no restrictions on who can face who, with the semi-finals also set to be scheduled for the culmination of this year’s Europa League.
Here is everything you need to know about today’s draw.
When is the Europa League quarter-final draw?
The Europa League quarter-final draw takes place today on Friday March 17, 2023.
The ceremony from UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland begins at 12pm GMT.
How can I watch the Europa League quarter-final draw?
TV channel: In the UK, the draw will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1, with coverage beginning at 12pm.
Live stream: UEFA will show the draw live online via their official YouTube channel and website, while BT Sport subscribers can watch on the BT Sport website and app.
Live blog: You can follow the draw in full via Standard Sport’s live blog.
Which teams have qualified for the Europa League quarter-final draw?
All eight last-16 second legs took place on Thursday night.
Qualifiers: Manchester United, Juventus, Sporting Lisbon, Feyenoord, Roma, Bayer Leverkusen, Sevilla, Union Saint-Gilloise.
When are the Europa League quarter-finals?
The first leg of the quarter-final ties will be played on Thursday, April 13 before the return game a week later, on April 20.
When is the Europa League semi-final draw?
The semi-final draw will take place immediately after the quarter-final draw roday, to determine each clubs’ potential route to the final.
A draw will also be held to decide which pathway will produce the home team for the final in Budapest on May 31.