Europa League: Results, schedule, dates, and how to watch on TV for the knockout play-off round
Find out about Europa League’s knockout play-off round games, scores, schedule, and how to watch them on TV.

Today is the first day of the Europa League knockouts.

The teams that came in second place in the group stage play off against the teams that were kicked out of the Champions League for coming third in their group.

This means that Liverpool, West Ham, Brighton, and Rangers get to go directly to the last 16. The draw for that round will happen next week.

Read More: Liverpool is shocked to lose to Toulouse in the Europa League.

This month, there is a two-leg play-off round to choose the eight teams that will join them in the hat.

After Jose Mourinho was fired, Daniele De Rossi took over as manager of Roma, and they will play Feyenoord. AC Milan will play Rennes.

Another tough game to call is Marseille vs. Shakhtar Donetsk. Lens will play Freiburg, and Benfica will play Toulouse.

Read More: Who has made it to the next round of the 2023–24 Champions League?

Thursday, February 22 is the day of the return legs.

Europa League knockout play-off dates and times

Follow these steps to watch the Europa League on TV: People in the UK will only be able to watch the Europa League live on TNT Sports.

Live stream: Live streams of matches can be watched by Discovery+ members on the website and app.

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