The UEFA Champions League draw isn't really that fun to watch, simply because there are a limited combination of teams that can draw each other, and there are only 16 of them. Once Gianni Infantino is done talking about how whatever former footballer he has doing the draw with him is one of the greatest footballers ever, the actual draw itself takes about five minutes.
On the other hand, the Europa League's complex combinations and 32-team field produce something that's fun to watch, especially when there's a team like Chelsea among smaller sides from places with bad weather. Who doesn't want to see the Blues trek to Kharkiv?
Unfortunately, the draw is not on television, but you can catch it streaming live and for free on UEFA.com. Why can't UEFA figure out how to suck some money out of networks to get these draws on TV? The draw gets underway from Nyon, Switzerland at 2 p.m. local time, 1 p.m. in the U.K. and 8 a.m. ET.