United pose for a squad pic.

United v FC Copenhagen: The essential information

Friday 07 August 2020 12:58

Manchester United take on FC Copenhagen on Monday night as we hunt a place in the last-four of the Europa League.

The quarter-final in Germany is being played over a single leg at Stadion Koln as part of a revised format, after the tournament was paused during lockdown.


United last reached this stage of the competition in our run to winning the Europa League in 2017, while Copenhagen are in the last eight of a major European tournament for the first time in their history.


Here’s everything you need to know ahead of our clash with the Danish club...

Early team news for Copenhagen quarter-final


Ole reveals he will make changes against FC Copenhagen, but is coy about a key position for the big game in Germany.



Monday’s game will be broadcast live in the UK, on BT Sport, with kick-off set for 20:00 BST. MUTV subscribers can watch exclusive build-up in the Match Day Live show from 18:55 BST, followed by live commentary of the game itself. With fans unable to attend the matches, our season-ticket holders have been offered free access to MUTV Digital for two months, and can watch match highlights the following day, along with the rest of our exclusive content.




Following our win against LASK on Wednesday, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he anticipated making some changes from the side which lined up at Old Trafford, having used the opportunity to help the squad get the game-time needed. The boss didn’t give anything away, though, regarding who would be in goal in Cologne, saying it would be a case of “wait and see” between David De Gea and Sergio Romero, with the later having featured in all but two of our matches in the Europa League this season.



Wolverhampton Wanderers are the only other English team left in the tournament after progressing past Greek side Olympiacos 2-1 on aggregate, thanks to a Raul Jimenez penalty. Wolves will take on the Spanish club Sevilla on Tuesday night at the MSV Arena in Duisburg, with the victors playing the winner of our match in the semi-finals. On the other side of the draw, Internazionale play Bayer Leverkusen and Ukrainian champions Shakhtar Donetsk come up against FC Basel.




UNITED v FC Copenhagen (Stadion Koln, Cologne)


Internazionale v Bayer Leverkusen (Dusseldorf Arena, Dusseldorf)




Shakhtar Donetsk v FC Basel (Veltins Arena, Gelsenkirchen)


Wolverhampton Wanderers v Sevilla (MSV Arena, Duisburg)


All games kick off at 20:00 BST.