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Europa League SpielplanDer Spielplan /19 der Europa League: Eintracht Frankfurt verliert gegen FC Chelsea. Der FC trifft im Finale auf Arsenal London. FOCUS. Saison: UEFA Europa League 18/ FC Luzern · 8. November 0. 0. 0. FC Basel · 8. November 0. 0. 0. FC St. Gallen · 8. November Die UEFA Europa League /19 war die Auflage des zweitwichtigsten Wettbewerbs für europäische Fußballvereine, der bis zur Saison /09 unter der.
Europa League 18/19 Navigation menu VideoUEFA EUROPA LEAGUE 2018/19 GROUP STAGE DRAW
Riga FC. Rio Ave FC. Rosenborg BK. Royal Antwerp FC. SC Braga. Servette FC. Shamrock Rovers FC. SK Rapid Wien. SK Slavia Praha.
SL Benfica. SP Tre Fiori. SP Tre Penne. Sporting Clube de Portugal. SSC Napoli. St Joseph's FC. Stade de Reims. The New Saints FC. Tottenham Hotspur.
TSG Hoffenheim. TSV Hartberg. UE Engordany. Union Titus Petange. Universitatea Craiova. Valletta FC. VfL Wolfsburg. Viking FK. Villarreal CF.
Willem II. Wolfsberger AC. Get more than schedules Follow your favourite club and stay connected to make sure you keep your calendar up to date.
Nearly done. Group J. Group K. Dinamo Zagreb. CSKA Moskva. Group L. Crvena zvezda. View all matches. Editor's pick. Eighteen teams have secured spots in the knockout stage with one round of games still to go.
With 24 games every round, prepare for one last frenzied Thursday night in Check out the rankings and pedigree of the sides through to the knockout stages.
Visit the FedEx Performance Zone. Internazionale reached the final the following two years, losing in to Schalke 04 on penalties, and winning yet another all-Italian final in , taking home the cup for the third time in only eight years.
Parma won the cup in , which ended the Italian-domination era. The era of 's begun with Galatasarays victory, the only Turkish team winning the trophy until that time.
Liverpool won the competition for the third time in In , Feyenoord became winners for the second time in club history by defeating Borussia Dortmund 3—2 in the final played in their own stadium, De Kuip in Rotterdam.
Porto triumphed in the and tournaments, with the latter victory against fellow Portuguese side Braga. In , the cup returned to Spain with Valencia being victorious, and then Sevilla succeeded on two consecutive occasions in and , the latter in a final against fellow Spaniards Espanyol.
In , Sevilla won their third cup in eight years after defeating Benfica on penalties. They added a further sixth victory in , after defeating Inter Milan.
After its return, the club could keep a four-fifths scale replica of the original trophy. Upon their third consecutive win or fifth win overall, a club could retain the trophy permanently.
A full-size replica trophy is awarded to each winner of the competition. Furthermore, a club that wins three consecutive times or five times overall will receive a multiple-winner badge.
A musical theme for the competition, the Anthem, is played before every Europa League game at a stadium hosting such an event and also before every television broadcast of a Europa League game as a musical element of the competition's opening sequence.
The competition's first anthem was composed by Yohann Zveig and recorded by the Paris Opera in early The theme for the re-branded UEFA Cup competition was first officially unveiled at the Grimaldi Forum on 28 August before the —10 season group stage draw.
A new anthem was composed by Michael Kadelbach and recorded in Berlin and was launched as part of the competition's rebranding at the start of the —16 season.
A new anthem created by MassiveMusic was composed for the start of the —19 season. Qualification for the competition is based on UEFA coefficients , with better entrance rounds being offered to the more successful nations.
In practice, each association has a standard number of three berths, except:. Usually, each country's places are awarded to teams who finish in various runners-up places in its top-flight league and the winner of the main cup competition.
Typically the teams qualifying via the league are those in the highest places not eligible for the UEFA Champions League ; however, the Belgian league awards one place via a playoff between First A and First B teams.
Prior to its discontinuation in —21, France offered a place to the winners of the Coupe de la Ligue. Referee: Anastasios Papapetrou Greece.
Attendance: 24, . Referee: Robert Schörgenhofer Austria. Attendance: 11, . Attendance: 12, .
Referee: Sandro Schärer Switzerland. Attendance: 30, . Emirates Stadium , London. Attendance: 59, . Referee: Bart Vertenten Belgium.
Oleksiy Butovsky Vorskla Stadium , Poltava. Attendance: 10, . Olympic Stadium , Baku [note 4]. Attendance: 63, .
Referee: Davide Massa Italy. Attendance: 22, . Attendance: 40, . Referee: Damir Skomina Slovenia. Attendance: 5, . Attendance: 59, .
Attendance: 5, . Attendance: 7, . Referee: Bartosz Frankowski Poland. Attendance: 25, . Referee: Manuel Schüttengruber Austria.
Attendance: 58, . Referee: Jens Maae Denmark. Stade Josy Barthel , Luxembourg City [note 6]. Attendance: 7, .
Karaiskakis Stadium , Piraeus. Attendance: 28, . Attendance: 40, . San Siro , Milan. Attendance: 22, . Referee: Bobby Madden Scotland.
Attendance: 22, . Attendance: 7, . Attendance: 45, . Attendance: 24, . Attendance: 15, . Attendance: 37, . Referee: Sergei Karasev Russia.
Attendance: 4, . Attendance: 31, . Attendance: 15, . Allianz Stadion , Vienna. Attendance: 21, . Referee: Alain Bieri Switzerland.
BayArena , Leverkusen. Attendance: 16, . Letzigrund , Zürich. Attendance: 24, . Stadio San Paolo , Naples. Attendance: 17, .
Referee: Anastasios Sidiropoulos Greece. Stadion , Malmö. Attendance: 20, . Referee: Aleksei Kulbakov Belarus. Stamford Bridge , London. Attendance: 39, .
Referee: Orel Grinfeld Israel. Metalist Stadium , Kharkiv [note 2]. Attendance: 13, . Referee: Anthony Taylor England. Waldstadion , Frankfurt.
Attendance: 47, . Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz Spain. Celtic Park , Glasgow. Attendance: 57, . Mestalla , Valencia.
Attendance: 36, . Referee: Deniz Aytekin Germany. Roazhon Park , Rennes. Attendance: 28, . Attendance: 43, .
Referee: Viktor Kassai Hungary. Karaiskakis Stadium , Piraeus. Attendance: 31, . Referee: Craig Pawson England. Cefn Druids. Nõmme Kalju.
Slavia Sofia. Fola Esch. Dinamo Tbilisi. Apollon Limassol. Racing FC. Derry City. Dinamo Minsk. Titograd Podgorica. Spartak Subotica. Shamrock Rovers.
Connah's Quay Nomads. Shakhtyor Soligorsk. Anorthosis Famagusta. Maccabi Tel Aviv. Rudar Pljevlja. CSKA Sofia. Riga FC. Milsami Orhei.
Slovan Bratislava. Gandzasar Kapan. Chikhura Sachkhere. Beitar Jerusalem. Levski Sofia. Narva Trans. Irtysh Pavlodar. Rudar Velenje.
FCI Levadia. Sarpsborg BK Häcken. Cork City. The New Saints. Lincoln Red Imps. Torpedo Kutaisi. Zrinjski Mostar. FC Santa Coloma.
F91 Dudelange. La Fiorita. Flora Tallinn. Olimpija Ljubljana. Hapoel Haifa. AEK Larnaca. Admira Wacker Mödling. Sparta Prague.
RB Leipzig. Rio Ave. Dynamo Brest. Asteras Tripolis. Hajduk Split. Ludogorets Razgrad. Legia Warsaw. CFR Cluj. Sheriff Tiraspol.Die UEFA Europa League /19 war die Auflage des zweitwichtigsten Wettbewerbs für europäische Fußballvereine, der bis zur Saison /09 unter der. Die UEFA Europa League /19 war die Auflage des zweitwichtigsten Wettbewerbs für europäische Fußballvereine, der bis zur Saison /09 unter der Bezeichnung UEFA-Pokal stattfand. Am Wettbewerb nahmen in dieser Saison Klubs aus allen Die UEFA Europa League /19 ist Geschichte, hier gibt es alle Ergebnisse. Europa League ⬢ Finale in Baku ⬢ Ergebnisse, Spiele und Termine zum Spieltag ⬢ Alle Tabellen ⬢ Live-Ticker ⬢ Statistiken ⬢ News. The official UEFA Europa League fixtures and results list. Visit ESPN to view the UEFA Europa League Table. The UEFA Europa League (abbreviated as UEL) is an annual football club competition organised by UEFA since for eligible European football clubs. Clubs qualify for the competition based on their performance in their national leagues and cup competitions. It is now the second-tier competition of European club football, ranking below the UEFA Champions League, after being a third-tier Current champions: Liverpool F.C. (6th title).