UEFA Europa League Final

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UEFA Europa League Final 2023/2024 Fixtures

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About UEFA Europa League Final Tickets 2023/24

The 2023/24 UEFA Europa League final will take place on May 22nd and it ought to be a special occasion no matter which two teams take to the pitch at the Aviva Stadium.

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2024 UEFA Europa League Final Ticket Prices

These ticket prices were announced by UEFA in April 2024. The two participating teams received an allocation of 12,000 tickets each, out of a 51,711 capacity for the Europa League final at the Aviva Stadium. An additional 12,000 tickets were made available for purchase to fans worldwide.

Category Price
Fans First €40
Category 3 €65
Category 2 €100
Category 1 €150

UEFA Europa League History

The Europa League was previously known by a few other names, first as the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup from 1955-1971 before it was renamed to the UEFA Cup. In 2009 the competition was once again rebranded, adopting the name we know it as today, the Europa League. Before the advent of the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Cup saw premier teams who finished below the national champions battle it out to win the trophy. It was exclusively a knockout competition.

Tottenham Hotspur were the inaugural winners of the UEFA Cup, thanks to victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers, 3-2, in a two-legged final in the 1971/72 season.

Spanish side Sevilla FC have won the tournament on no fewer than seven occasions, winning every final they've taken part in. The next most successful teams in UEFA Cup/Europa League history are Juventus, Inter Milan, Liverpool, and Atletico Madrid, having won this competition three times apiece. Other big European clubs have also emerged victorious, with the likes of Chelsea, Ajax and Manchester United all capturing this trophy down the years.

FC Shakhtar Donetsk won the last UEFA Cup final before the Europa League rebrand, beating Werder Bremen in 2009.

Sevilla proved very dominant in the early seasons of the UEFA Europa League, winning three Europa Leagues titles in a row between 2014 and 2016. They have the most Europa League wins, having won it five times under its current guise.

The changing of the format has arguably increased the standing of the competition and it's very much considered a highly prized tournament by the biggest teams in European football.

Interest in Europa League tickets is huge, and availability is scarce when it comes to buying tickets from the official club sites. This is especially true when it comes to English teams, such as Liverpool.

UEFA Europa League Format

Winning the UEFA Europa League is no simple ask. A victorious team will have to fight through group and knockout stages to get to the Europa League final and then lift the trophy.

Participating teams include those who qualified from the start and those who have dropped into the competition from the UEFA Champions League. Some will also have to have to go through a preliminary knockout round.

The Europa League group stage sees 32 teams split into eight groups, with the team which finishes top securing safe passage to the Round of 16. The teams who finish second face off against those who spend third in the Champions League group stages in the knockout round play-offs.

The competition was further enhanced when UEFA decided in 2015 to reward winners of the Europa League with progress to the Champions League for the next season.

This makes the Europa League final even more than just a football match. It's also a potential gateway to the immense riches that come from taking part in the Champions League.

UEFA Europa League Past Winners

Season Winners Runners-up Host Venue Attendance
2009/10 Atletico Madrid Fulham Volksparkstadion, Hamburg 49,000
2010/11 FC Porto SC Braga Aviva Stadium, Dublin 45,391
2011/12 Atletico Madrid Athletic Bilbao Arena Națională, Bucharest 52,347
2012/13 Chelsea SL Benfica Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam 46,163
2013/14 Sevilla SL Benfica Juventus Stadium, Turin 33,120
2014/15 Sevilla Dnipro National Stadium, Warsaw 45,000
2015/16 Sevilla Liverpool St. Jakob-Park, Basel 34,429
2016/17 Manchester United Ajax Friends Arena, Stockholm 46,961
2017/18 Atletico Madrid Olympique de Marseille Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Lyon 86,298
2018/19 Chelsea Arsenal Olympic Stadium, Baku 51,370
2019/20 Sevilla Inter Milan RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne 0
2020/21 Villarreal Manchester United Stadion Gdańsk, Gdańsk 9,412
2021/22 Eintracht Frankfurt Rangers Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán, Seville 38,842
2022/23 Sevilla AS Roma Puskás Aréna, Budapest 61,476

UEFA Cup/Europa League Final – Memorable Matches

There have been some amazing UEFA Cup and Europa League final matches over the years; here are just a few of the most memorable.

Liverpool 5-4 Deportivo Alaves (2000/01)

Few top European finals can compete with the goal-glut that took place at the Westfaldenstadion in Dortmund on May 16th, 2001. Liverpool rushed into an early 2-0 lead, with goals from Markus Babbel and Steven Gerrard, and the Anfield side looked destined to waltz to an easy win, however, Ivan Alonso responded for Alaves before man of the match Gary McAllister made it 3-1 from the spot.

Alaves came out in the second half like a team that has been hammered by coach Mané, with Javi Moreno scoring twice in four minutes to make it 3-3. Robbie Fowler once again Liverpool the lead but Jordi Cruyff took the game to extra-time with an 88th-minute leveler.

The Spanish side was reduced to ten men when substitute Magno was sent off and eventually lost when Gerard Houllier's side had the fortune of a fifth goal, courtesy of an own goal from Delfi Geli, which proved to be the golden goal that gave Liverpool a famous win.

Sevilla 3-2 Inter Milan (2019/20)

Though the 2020 Europa League final was played without fans in attendance due to restrictions that were in place at the time, that didn't impinge on the quality of what proved to be a hugely enjoyable end to end encounter at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne.

Romelu Lukaku scored an early penalty but two goals from Luuk de Jong put Europa League veterans Sevilla in control after half an hour. Burly centre-back Diego Godin made it 2-2 at half-time but Lukaku earned the distinction of scoring at both ends when his own goal, in the 74th minute, gave Julen Lopetegui's side the win in Germany.

Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Anderlecht (1983/84)

For much of the history of the UEFA Cup the final was a two legged occasion with games taking place at each team's home stadium. In 1984 the opening game saw Tottenham, traveling to Brussels to take on Anderlecht, take the lead through Paul Miller only for Morten Olsen secure a draw for the Belgians late on.

The second leg saw Anderlecht face an intimidating atmosphere at White Hart Lane but nonetheless take the lead when Alexandre Czerniatynski scored on the hour. Graham Roberts scored to take the games to extra time and penalties.

This is when Spurs keeper Tony Parks, who was not the first choice goalie, saved the key final penalty to give the north London side the trophy in truly dramatic circumstances.

The 2022/23 Europa League Winners

Arsenal, Manchester United, FC Barcelona, and Juventus all took part in the 2022/23 Europa League edition, but none of them would reach the final.

For the seventh time in their history Sevilla were crowned champions of UEFA's secondary club competition. The Spaniards continued their remarkable record in the competition by beating José Mourinho's AS Roma on penalties in Budapest. Paulo Dybala had initially given Roma the lead, but Gianluca Mancini scored an own goal to make it all square early in the second half.

The match went to a penalty shootout, which Sevilla won 4-1 after misses from Mancini and Roger Ibanez.

Europa League Final Tickets 2024

Interest in tickets for the 2024 Europa League final will be high due to the fact that some of the biggest teams in European football are taking part. Liverpool FC and Roma will fancy themselves to go far, and some big clubs are sure to enter the competition after the Champions League group stage ends.

Ticket prices will therefore be higher but via SeatPick you can search out tickets that are more amenable to your price range. Supporters who dream of seeing their favourite teams and players in a European final have the best chance to do so via our platform.

Frequently Asked Questions about UEFA Europa League Final tickets

How to buy UEFA Europa League Final tickets?

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How much are UEFA Europa League Final tickets?

The cost of UEFA Europa League Final tickets may be high, depending on the two teams involved and your choice of seat. Today, SeatPick is offering tickets starting from $86, with the average ticket price currently standing at $682. The spotlight will be on Aviva Stadium for the Atalanta vs Bayer Leverkusen | Europa League Final event on May 22, 2024.

When do UEFA Europa League Final tickets go on sale?

For the fans from both clubs, UEFA Europa League Final tickets go on sale a few weeks prior to the event. However, it’s often possible to buy UEFA Europa League Final tickets on SeatPick in the months before the showpiece match. That’s because we scour the entire ticket market to ensure fans can find UEFA Europa League Final tickets that are 100% secure.

Tickets are on sale now at SeatPick, with 2,265 ticket options listed for the Atalanta vs Bayer Leverkusen | Europa League Final event.

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Yes. SeatPick is a ticket comparison site that works with only trusted providers who have been carefully vetted by us. All the UEFA Europa League Final tickets listed on our platform come with a minimum 100% money-back guarantee. Our mission is simple - to guide fans towards the safest UEFA Europa League Final tickets on the internet.

How to get Europa League Final tickets?

Getting tickets for the Europa League final is no easy feat. Those who hold a season ticket with the participating clubs are given priority in terms of obtaining tickets for the final, however success isn't guaranteed. UEFA also hold a ballot for international fans, but once again for most applicants this is unlikely to result in success.

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