Copa del Rey Round of 32 draw: how and where to see, times, TELEVISION, online
All the information on how and where to view the draw for the next instalment of the 2020/21 Copa del Rey, live from FA head office in Las Rozas (Madrid) at 13:00 CET on 8 January.
Just 32 sides remain in the 2020/21 Copa del Rey with the 3rd round welcoming Super Cup individuals in Real Madrid, Real Sociedad, Athletic Club and FC Barcelona with these 4 sides having protected byes in both the first and second rounds.
Follow Copa del Rey 3rd round draw live online with AS English.
The 2nd round has actually delivered in the David vs. Goliath fights with Cornella’s removal of table topping Atletico Madrid the biggest scalp of the 2nd round with Ibiza and Cordoba also striking the headlines after they deposed of top flight Celta Vigo and Getafe respectively.
The last of this year’s Spanish Cup last will be played in La Cartuja in Seville with the Spanish FA and the regional Andalusian sealing a deal that will see all finals through until 2023 staged in the southern city.
The 20202-2021 Spanish Copa del Rey Round of 32 draw will be staged at the head office of the Spanish FA in Las Rozas (Madrid) on Friday 8 January, 2021 with proceedings getting underway at 13:00 in the Hair Salon Luis Aragonés.
Discover here what time the draw begins where you remain in the world.
Ties for this round of 32 will begin on Saturday 16 January with the single leg video games set to bring into the following week offered the 4 participants participation in the 2021 Super Cup with the lower league sides always designated as home sides. There will be no replays and extra time and penalty shot will be utilized when it comes to a tie after 90 minutes.
No matter where on the planet you are, the draw can be accessed via the You Tube feed of the Spanish FA, this feed nevertheless will be entirely in Spanish. A good life hack for you is to watch the draw to feel a part of the action however follow along with us here at AS English to actually understand what’s going on.
The unquestionably best platform to follow the cup draw is to tune into 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. Our coverage will start around an hour prior to the draw.