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Krasnodar 1 0 Basel FT. Trabzonspor 0 1 Getafe FT. Braga 3 3 Wolverhampton Wanderers FT. Ferencvaros 2 2 Espanyol FT. Feyenoord 2 2 Rangers FT. Istanbul Buyuksehir 0 3 Roma FT.
Arsenal 1 2 Eintracht Frankfurt FT. Celtic 3 1 Rennes FT. Basel 2 1 Getafe FT. F91 Dudelange 2 5 Sevilla FT. Krasnodar 3 1 Trabzonspor FT.
Lazio 1 2 Celtic FT. Rosenborg 0 2 Sporting Lisbon FT. Braga 3 1 Besiktas FT. Espanyol 6 0 Ludogorets FT.
M'gladbach 2 1 Roma FT. Vitoria de Guimaraes 1 1 Arsenal FT. Besiktas 1 2 Braga FT. Ludogorets 0 1 Espanyol FT. Roma 1 1 M'gladbach FT.
Arsenal 3 2 Vitoria de Guimaraes FT. Celtic 2 1 Lazio FT. Getafe 0 1 Basel FT. Sevilla 3 0 F91 Dudelange FT.
Sporting Lisbon 1 0 Rosenborg FT. Trabzonspor 0 2 Krasnodar FT. Astana 1 2 Partizan Belgrade FT. Besiktas 0 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers FT.
Ferencvaros 0 3 Ludogorets FT. Istanbul Buyuksehir 1 1 M'gladbach FT. St Etienne 1 1 Wolfsburg FT. Arsenal 4 0 Standard Liege FT.
Krasnodar 1 2 Getafe FT. Lazio 2 1 Rennes FT. Sevilla 1 0 Apoel Nicosia FT. Trabzonspor 2 2 Basel FT. Basel 5 0 Krasnodar FT. Eintracht Frankfurt 0 3 Arsenal FT.
Feyenoord won the cup in after defeating Tottenham Hotspur 4—2 on aggregate 2—2 in London, 2—0 in Rotterdam.
Liverpool won the competition for the second time in after defeating Club Brugge in the final. During the s, IFK Göteborg and and Real Madrid and won the competition twice each, with Anderlecht reaching two consecutive finals, winning in and losing to Tottenham Hotspur in The s started with two all-Italian finals, and in , Torino lost the final to Ajax on the away goals rule.
Juventus won the competition for a third time in and Internazionale kept the cup in Italy the following year.
The year saw a third all-Italian final, with Parma proving their consistency, after two consecutive Cup Winners' Cup finals.
The only final with no Italians during that decade was in 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. 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. 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 has been 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.
A few countries have secondary cup competitions, but the only ones whose winners are currently granted a UEFA Europa League place are England's and France's.
A team may qualify for European competitions through more than one route. The UEFA Europa League place is then granted to another club or vacated if the maximum limit of teams qualifying for European competitions is exceeded.
If a team qualifies for European competition through both winning a cup and league placing, the "spare" UEFA Europa League place will go to the highest placed league team which has not already qualified for European competition, depending on the rules of the national association, or vacated, if the described limit is reached.
The top three ranked associations may qualify for the fourth berth if both the Champions League and Europa League champions are from that association and do not qualify for European competition through their domestic performance.
In that case, the fourth-placed team in that association will join the Europa League instead of the Champions League, in addition to their other qualifying teams.
More recently, clubs that are knocked out of the qualifying round and the group stage of the Champions League can also join the UEFA Europa League, at different stages see below.
Formerly, the reigning champions qualified to defend their title, but since they qualify for the Champions League. Three nations had four places, five nations had three places, thirteen nations had two places, and eleven nations only one place.
Before , the entrance criteria of the last Fairs Cup was used. The competition was traditionally a pure knockout tournament.
All ties were two-legged , including the final. Starting with the —98 season , the final became a one-off match, but all other ties remained two-legged.
Before the —05 season , the tournament consisted of one qualifying round, followed by a series of knockout rounds. The sixteen non-qualifiers from the final qualifying round of the Champions League entered at the first round proper; later in the tournament, the survivors were joined by third-place finishers from the first group phase of the Champions League.
From the —05 season, the competition started with two knockout qualifying rounds held in July and August. Participants from associations ranked 18 and lower entered the first qualifying round with those from associations ranked 9—18 joining them in the second qualifying round.
Winners of the qualifying rounds then joined teams from the associations ranked 1—13 in the first round proper. In addition, non-qualifiers in the third qualifying round of the Champions League also joined the competition at this point along with the current title-holders unless they had qualified for the Champions League via their national league , for a total of 80 teams in the first round.
After the first knockout round, the 40 survivors entered a group phase, with the clubs being drawn into eight groups of five each.
Unlike the Champions League group phase, the UEFA Cup group phase was played in a single round-robin format , with each club playing two home and two away games.
The top three teams in each of the eight groups qualified for the main knockout round along with the eight third-placed teams in the Champions League group phase.
From then on a series of two-legged knockout ties were played before a single-legged final, traditionally held on a Wednesday in May, exactly one week before the Champions League final.
In —10 season , the competition was rebranded as the UEFA Europa League in a bid to increase the competition's profile. The competition then progresses in much the same way as the previous format, with four rounds of two-legged knockout rounds and a one-off final held at a neutral ground that meets UEFA's Category Four stadium criteria.
The final is played in May, on the Wednesday ten days before the Champions League final. Qualification has changed significantly.
Associations ranked 7—9 in the UEFA coefficients sent the cup winners and three two since —16 season other teams to the UEFA Europa League qualification, all other nations sent a cup winner and two other teams, except Andorra and San Marino, who sent only a cup winner and a runner-up, and Liechtenstein, who sent only a cup winner.