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About Liverpool UEFA Europa League Tickets 2023/24

Watch on as the Reds look to give Jürgen Klopp the ideal parting gift by capturing European glory in May 2024.

You can find a wide range of Liverpool Europa League tickets at SeatPick, with a multitude of trusted and reliable ticket vendors to choose from. Compare prices and find your preferred seats in a matter of seconds with the help of SeatPick.

Liverpool in Europe: History

Liverpool took part in European football for the first time in 1964/65, going on a fine run before being eliminated by Internazionale in the semi-finals.

Their first involvement in the UEFA Cup, the competition that later on became known as the UEFA Europa League, came in 1972-73, and the team’s wonderful run in the competition is still fondly recalled by the club’s fans.

Bill Shankly’s side, which went on to win the First Division title in 72/73, included some of the best players to ever line up for the club, and they were mightily impressive in their UEFA Cup exploits.

Eintracht Frankfurt, AEK Athens, Dynamo Berlin, and Dynamo Dresden were all put to the sword with a minimum of fuss, with Liverpool conceding just two goals in their eight games in those four clashes.

Tottenham were their opponents for the UEFA Cup semi-finals, and an Alex Lindsay goal gave them a narrow 1-0 win from their home leg. They then lost at White Hart Lane, but Steve Heighway’s decisive second-half away goal saw Liverpool edge through on away goals.

That meant Liverpool would face German side Borussia Monchengladbach in the final, and they thumped their Bundesliga visitors 3-0 at Anfield thanks to a first-half brace from Kevin Keegan and a third from Larry Lloyd.

Jupp Heynckes scored twice for Monchengladbach in the second leg, both goals coming in the first half, but Shankly’s men held on to secure the UEFA Cup title.

In 1975/76, it was Bob Paisley’s turn to take Liverpool on a majestic run to the UEFA Cup final. The highlight of the progress to the finale of the competition came in a 2-1 aggregate win over Catalan giants Barcelona in the semi-finals, which set up a tie with Club Brugge.

Goals from Ray Kennedy, Jimmy Case, and Kevin Keegan salvaged an uncomfortable 3-2 home win in the first leg against their Belgian opponents, and a Keegan goal in the return leg helped them to a 1-1 draw which was enough to see Liverpool win the tournament again.

In 2000/01, Liverpool secured a third UEFA Cup triumph, this time under the guidance of French boss Gerard Houllier. The Reds also won the FA Cup and League Cup that year, and completed a triple-trophy haul by beating Alaves in the UEFA Cup final.

Markus Babbel and Steven Gerrard both scored in the opening 16 minutes to seemingly put Liverpool in control in Dortmund, but their Spanish opponents had other ideas. Ivan Alonso halved the deficit before the break, only for Gary McAllister to fire home a penalty early in the second half to make it 3-1 to the Premier League side.

Javi Moreno then scored twice in two minutes to make it 3-3 after just 49 minutes. Robbie Fowler gave Liverpool the lead again on 72 minutes, and with time running out, Jordi Cruyff somehow netted a fourth for Alaves to send the tie into extra time.

Then unfortunately, Delfi Gelli scored an own goal, which was effectively the golden goal, which immediately saw Liverpool crowned UEFA Cup winners after 116 minutes of an epic topsy-turvy clash.

In 2009/10, Liverpool’s first season in the rebranded UEFA Europa League, the club were defeated by Atletico Madrid 3-2 on aggregate in the semi-finals. In 2015/16, the Reds went one step further, meeting Sevilla in the Europa League final early on in Jürgen Klopp tenure as Liverpool boss.

Though Daniel Sturridge scored the first goal of the game to give Liverpool the lead in Basel, they were defeated by their Spanish opponents 3-1.

Two seasons later, they reached the UEFA Champions League final before losing to Real Madrid but immediately made up for that loss by beating Tottenham in the final of the same competition 12 months later.

How to Buy Liverpool Europa League Tickets 2023/24

If you are a Liverpool fan desperate to see your side in European action, then SeatPick really is your best hope of getting tickets for any of their games. That’s because our platform is aligned with only the most trusted and reliable second-hand ticket websites, offering supporters the widest range of tickets to see Liverpool compete in European competition.

Our platform aggregates tickets from dozens of trusted resellers, and that means users can easily check the market, compare prices and find the best deals around. Additionally, no hidden fees are added, and you can also make the most of the many useful tools we offer, such as our interactive stadium seating maps.

Why not check out the availability for any relevant matches and see just how vast an array of Liverpool Europa League tickets you can access via SeatPick?

Frequently Asked Questions about Liverpool UEFA Europa League tickets

How to buy Liverpool Europa League 2024 tickets?

SeatPick is your definitive source for securing Liverpool Europa League 2024 tickets. Take a look at this straightforward guide:

  1. Scroll to the top of the page and select the Liverpool Europa League 2024 match you wish to attend.
  2. You’ll be prompted to decide how many Liverpool tickets you require and then you can browse all the options. Sort the listings by price or filter the tickets by seat location using the ‘VIP,’ ‘Benches,’ ‘Behind The Goal’, and ‘Away’ buttons.
  3. Once you’ve found a ticket that meets your needs, proceed to checkout to complete your order.
  4. Head to the match with confidence, secure in the knowledge that every Europa League 2024 ticket on our platform is backed by a minimum 100% money-back guarantee.

How much are Liverpool Europa League 2024 tickets?

Ticket prices will vary according to who they're playing and what's at stake. Tickets for a Europa League 2024 final will typically cost fans much more than matches earlier in the tournament.

Liverpool Europa League 2024 tickets usually commence from $40 on SeatPick, while the average price settles around $114.

Is it safe to buy Liverpool Europa League 2024 tickets on SeatPick?

Yes! SeatPick serves as a ticket comparison tool, where all our listings have been sourced from only trusted providers. We ensure that every Liverpool Europa League 2024 ticket listed on our platform comes with a minimum 100% money-back guarantee.

How to buy cheap Liverpool Europa League 2024 tickets?

SeatPick is your best bet for securing cheap Liverpool Europa League 2024 tickets. We present options from a range of trusted ticket sites, helping supporters locate the most affordable Europa League 2024 deals online.

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