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How the 2022-23 UEFA Europa League quarterfinal bracket is shaping up

We break down how the UEFA Europa League quarterfinal bracket is shaping up.

Manchester United v Southampton FC - Premier League
Marcus Rashford of Manchester United during the Premier League match between Manchester United and Southampton FC at Old Trafford on March 12, 2023 in Manchester, England.
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Friday update: The Europa League draw has taken place and here’s how the bracket is set up.


Manchester United vs. Sevilla
Juventus vs. Sporting CP

Leverkusen vs. Union Saint-Gilloise
Feyenoord vs. AS Roma


Winner of Man United-Sevilla vs. winner of Juventus-Sporting CP
Winner of Leverkusen-USG vs. winner of Feyenoord-Roma

The UEFA Europa League will wrap up the Round of 16 Thursday with three matchups tied heading into the second leg, including the headliner featuring Arsenal and Sporting CP. Here’s a look at which teams have qualified for the quarterfinal round. The draw for the quarterfinal, semifinal and final will take place Friday, March 17 immediately following the Champions League draw.

Who is in Europa League quarterfinal round?

TEAMS QUALIFIED: Juventus, Feyenoord, Manchester United, Sevilla, Bayer Leverkusen, AS Roma, Union Saint-Gilloise, Sporting CP

Round of 16 standings

Freiburg vs. Juventus (Juventus win 3-0)

The Serie A side took advantage of Freiburg going down to 10 men, with Dusan Vlahovic sinking a penalty to double the advantage on aggregate. Federico Chiesa got a goal late to cement Juve’s position in the quarterfinal round.

Feyenoord vs. Shakhtar Donetsk (Feyenoord win 8-2)

The Eredivisie side absolutely blasted Shakhtar Donetski in the second leg with a 7-1 scoreline. There was scoring early and often for Feyenoord, who get some good momentum heading into the quarterfinal stage.

Real Betis vs. Manchester United (Man United win 5-1)

Marcus Rashford found the back of the net again as Man United cruised behind a strong lead from the first leg.

Fenerbahce vs. Sevilla (Sevilla win 2-1)

The La Liga side hunkered down and nearly did give it away with Enner Valencia getting a penalty to go, but Sevilla did hold on late to advance.

Ferencvaros vs. Bayer Leverkusen (Leverkusen win 4-0)

Leverkusen take care of business here and will be focused heavily on winning Europa League as they don’t have much to play for in the Bundesliga.

Real Sociedad vs. AS Roma (AS Roma win 2-0)

The Serie A side simply hunkered down and didn’t let Sociedad get any real chances on goal, leading to an easy win in this matchup.

Union Saint-Gilloise vs. Union Berlin (Union Saint-Gilloise win 6-3)

Berlin went down to 10 men in this fixture but they were already getting pummeled before that. It’s probably best for the Bundesliga side, which was a laughing stock for a while before suddenly emerging as a title contender this year.

Arsenal vs. Sporting CP (Sporting wins 5-3 on penalties after 3-3 tie)

The Gunners are out of the Europa League after losing to Sporting CP in penatlies.