The first knockout round is set in the Europa League.

By 90Min
December 17, 2018

The draw for the last 32 of the 2018/19 Europa League has been made, with the 24 group stage winners and runners-up joined by eight Champions League third-place finishers as this season's competition reaches the knockout rounds.

The 12 group winners along with the four best Champions League dropouts were seeded for the draw and were paired with one of the 12 group runners-up or remaining four Champions League sides. Seeds also have the added advantage of playing the second leg of their tie at home.

Country protection was in place, while it was not possible for teams who qualified from the same Europa League group to be drawn against each other.

2018/19 UEFA Europa League Last 32 Draw in Full:

Viktoria Plzen vs Dinamo Zagreb
Club Brugge vs Red Bull Salzburg
Rapid Vienna vs Internazionale
Slavia Prague vs Genk
Krasnodar vs Bayer Leverkusen
Zurich vs Napoli
Malmo vs Chelsea
Shakhtar Donetsk vs Eintracht Frankfurt
Celtic vs Valencia
Rennes vs Real Betis
Olympiacos vs Dynamo Kyiv
Lazio vs Sevilla
Fenerbahce vs Zenit St Petersburg
Sporting CP vs Villarreal
BATE Borisov vs Arsenal
Galatasaray vs Benfica

First legs will be played on Thursday February 14, with return legs to take place a week later on Thursday, February 21. The draw for the last 16 will then follow on February 22.

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