COPA DEL REY

Copa del Rey quarter-final 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 2020/21 Copa del Rey, live from FA headquarters in Las Rozas (Madrid) at 13:00 CET on 29 January.

Copa del Rey quarter-final draw: how and where to watch, times, TV, online
Pedro Gonzalez RFEF

From the original 128 teams who set out on the 2020/21 Copa del Rey journey with the first preliminary round back in November 2020, just eight sides remain in the tournament as a place in the 18 April final at the Estadio Olimpico (La Cartuja) looms ever closer.

Copa del Rey draw live online: quarter-final pairings revealed

Both Seville giants (Real Betis and Sevilla FC) are in Friday's draw along with FC Barcelona. Villarreal, Granada, Athletic and Levante complete the top flight representation with Almeria flying the flag for the segunda division after they disposed Osasuna after a dramatic penalty shoot-out on Wednesday night.

What time does Copa del Rey 2020/21 quarter-final draw start at?

The 2020-21 Spanish Copa del Rey quarter-final draw will be staged at the headquarters of the Spanish FA in Las Rozas in Madrid on Friday 29 January 2021 with proceedings getting underway at 13:00 in the Salon Luis Aragonés.

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

When will the games be played?

FUTBOL 20/21RAYO VALLECANO - BARCELONA

Ties for the next stage of the competition will be played on 2, 3 and 4 February with single leg games concluded by extra-time or penalties if there is no winner by the end of the 90 minutes.

Where can I watch the draw?

No matter where in the world you are, the draw can be accessed via the YouTube feed of the Spanish FA, although note that this feed is only available in Spanish. If the Romance language is not part of you repertoire, then we have an immediate solution for you, which comes with so many other unique features. Read on...

The Copa del Rey quarter-final draw live with AS English

Undoubtedly the best platform to follow the cup draw is with AS English. We'll will be on hand to bring all the thrills and spills as the balls are drawn live from the RFEF HQ, with original insights and reaction. Our coverage will start approximately an hour before the draw.