Copa del Rey

Copa del Rey third round draw: how and where to watch, times, TV, online

All the information on how and where to watch the draw for the next instalment of the 2019-20 Copa del Rey live from FA headquarters in Las Rozas (Madrid) at 13:00 CET.

Copa del Rey third round draw: how and where to watch, times, TV, online

Copa del Rey draw live: third-round pairings revealed

Thirty two names go into the hat, or more likely re-enforced glass bowls at the RFEF (Spanish FA) headquarters this afternoon as we are set to learn the ties that will compose the third round of the 2019-20 Copa del Rey. 

Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona acknowledges the crowd during the Spanish Copa del Rey Final match between Barcelona and Sevilla at Wanda Metropolitano stadium on April 21, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain.

All four participants from the inaugural Spanish Super Cup 'Final Four' recently held in Saudi Arabia (Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, FC Barcelona and Valencia) join another 28 clubs from top, second and the third tier of Spanish football in the new version of the competition that features single leg ties rather than the previous bloated home & away format.       

18 LaLiga teams, six from Segunda and eight resilient 2B outfits (with four of these drawing the Super Cup sides) will later discover who are their respective opponents for the third round which will take place next mid-week (Jan 22nd).

What time does the third round draw of the 2019-20 Copa del Rey start at?

The 2019-2020 Spanish Copa del Rey third round draw will be staged at the headquarters of the Spanish FA in Las Rozas (Madrid) later today (January 14th, 2020) with proceedings getting underway at 13:00.

Find out here what time the match starts where you are in the world.

Where can I watch the draw?

No matter where in the world you are, the draw can be accessed via the You Tube feed of the Spanish FA , this feed however will be solely in Spanish.

The third round draw of the 2019-20 Copa del Rey live with AS English

The best platform to follow the cup draw is to tune into AS English. Cup draw maestro William will be on hand to bring all the thrills and spills as the balls are drawn live from the RFEF HQ. Will's coverage will start approximately an hour before the draw.