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EFL Cup and EFL Trophy Draws to Take Place on Fixture Release Day EFL Cup and EFL Trophy Draws to Take Place on Fixture Release Day
EFL Cup and EFL Trophy Draws to Take Place on Fixture Release Day

EFL Cup and EFL Trophy Draws to Take Place on Fixture Release Day

The EFL has confirmed when the draws for Round One of the 2021/22 EFL Cup and EFL trophy will take place.
EFL Cup and EFL Trophy draw dates confirmed.
As part of the EFL’s Fixture Release Day on Thursday, 24th June, the EFL has confirmed that the draws for Round One of both the Carabao Cup and Papa John’s Trophy will take place live on Sky Sports.

A day to mark in the diary of supporters up and down the country, the fixture lists across the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two will be revealed at 9am, with the cup draws completing the early-season schedule later in the day.

Carabao Cup

The Carabao Cup Round One draw will take place live on Sky Sports at 3:40pm on Thursday, 24th June.

A total of 35 fixtures will be drawn for Round One, which includes EFL Cup debutants Sutton United, and newly promoted Hartlepool United.

Sheffield United will be included, while fellow Championship newcomers West Bromwich Albion and Fulham join the competition in Round Two alongside the Premier League Clubs that are not competing in Europe.

The Round One draw will see teams drawn in Northern and Southern sections, with matches scheduled to take place week commencing 9th August. Clubs are able to mutually agree an alternative date between 31st July and 4th August.

Papa John’s Trophy

The Papa John’s Trophy Round One draw will take place live on Sky Sports at 4:30pm on Thursday, 24th June.

The 16 Invited U21 teams will be placed into their respective Northern and Southern section Groups, with the 48 EFL Clubs placed into pre-determined Groups prior to the draw. Consideration has been given to ensure travel time is minimised and recovery time is maximised for players.

In addition, if there is a situation where two teams meet in the Group Stages for a second successive season, then the Club who was at home in 2020/21 will play away in 2021/22. All EFL Clubs will play two of their three matches at home in the Group Stages.
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