2020/21 Copa del Rey semi-final draw: how and where to watch
All the information you need on how and where to watch Friday lunchtime's draw for the 2020/21 Copa del Rey semi-finals.
2020/21 Copa del Rey semi-final draw: preview
Who's in the draw?
How did they reach the semi-finals?
30-time Copa del Rey winners Barcelona reached the semi-finals for the 10th time in the last 11 seasons after beating Granada 5-3 in a thrilling quarter-final on Wednesday, coming from two down late on to level the scores, before prevailing in extra time.
Meanwhile, Roger Martí’s 121st-minute goal saw Levante defeat Villarreal 1-0 to make the semis for only the second time in their 111-year history, and on Tuesday second-tier Almería went down 1-0 to Sevilla, who lifted the last of their five Copas del Rey in 2010.
The remaining last-four place was taken by Athletic Club, who beat Real Betis on penalties on Thursday, after Raúl García's stoppage-time header had cancelled out Juanmi's opener for Los Verdiblancos and forced extra time.
When does the Copa del Rey semi-final draw start?
The 2020/21 Copa del Rey semi-final draw will be held on Friday 5 February 2021 at the Spanish Football Federation’s (RFEF) headquarters in Las Rozas, Madrid, at 13:00 local time (CET).
UK (GMT): 12:00
Check out what time the Copa del Rey semi-final draw starts where you are in the world.
How can I watch the Copa del Rey draw?
The draw will be streamed live on the RFEF’s YouTube channel (in Spanish).
Copa del Rey semi-final draw: live with AS English
You’ll also be able to follow the draw with AS English. We’ll bring you live-text coverage as the last-four ties are pulled out of the hat at RFEF HQ.
When will the semi-finals be played?
Unlike every other round of the Copa del Rey, the semi-finals will be played in two-legged format. The first legs are scheduled for 10 February, with the second legs set for 3 March.
The final at Seville’s Estadio La Cartuja is due to played on 17 April, two weeks after the postponed 2019/20 final.