UEFA Europa league & UEFA Champions is an annual football club competition organized by UEFA since 1971 for eligible European football clubs. The clubs qualify for competition based on their performance in their national league and cup competitions. It is the second-level competition of European club football ranking below UEFA Champions League. Today we will discuss about UEFA Europa league & UEFA Champions
UEFA Europa league & UEFA Champions
UEFA Europa league
when does it start?
The new season ended on 27 June with the first phase of the first round – just 29 days after Chelsea take the UEFA Europa League trophy for the second time in Baku Group Stage Line-up confirmation by adhering to three more qualifying rounds before the play-off at the end of August. That phase starts on September 19 and runs for two or three weeks till 12 December. The knockout phase is going on February 20, with the closing of the season in Gdansk on 27 May 2020.
How does qualifying work?
Seventeen of the 48 teams fighting in the group stage of 2019/20 have been confirmed. They will join August with 21 play-off winners, as well as ten teams out in the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round and play-off.
There are two UEFA Europa League qualifying paths:
Champions Trophy – This route involves teams ending in UEFA Champions League Champions Path between the initial rounds and the third qualifying round. By this route eight teams will reach the group stage.
Main Path – This route includes entrants from the remaining 55 organizations plus the UEFA Europa League, as well as the teams have been eliminated from the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League League. Thirteen teams will reach the group stage through this route.
Who are already 17 teams in the group stage?
ESP: Getafe, Sevilla
ENG: Arsenal, Manchester United
ITA: Lazio, Roma
GER: Mönchengladbach, Wolfsburg
FRA: Rennes, Saint-Étienne
RUS: CSKA Moskva
POR: Sporting CP
BEL: Standard Liège
When are the draws?
11 June: Preliminary round draw (main path), Nyon
18 June: First qualifying round draw (main path), Nyon
19 June: Second qualifying round draw (champions and main paths), Nyon
22 July: Third qualifying round draw, Nyon
5 August: Play-off round draw, Nyon
30 August: Group stage draw, Monaco
16 December: Round of 32 draw, Nyon
28 February: Round of 16 draw, Nyon
20 March: Quarter-final and semi-final draws, Nyon
Where is the final?
The specific Gdansk Stadium will staged the finals on May 27, 2020. Opened in 2011, Ground hosted four matches in UEFA Euro 2012: three group stage fixtures and 4-2 quarter-finals victory against Greece. This is the home stadium of Lechia Gedak, who entered the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League and has also worked as a venue for many international friends of Poland.
The 2019 UEFA Champions League Final 2018-19 was the last match of the UEFA Champions League, which was the 64th season of the European Premier League football tournament organized by UEFA, and the 27th season was ever since it was reunited with the UEFA Champions League.
It was played in Wanda Metropolitanino in Madrid, Spain on 1 June 2019, between English side Tottenham Hotspur, in his first European Cup final, and Liverpool, in their ninth finals, and lost in their second line Were. In 2018 by Real Madrid
This was the seventh final of the Champions League – and the fourth of the decade – for the convenience of two teams from the same association, and the second all-English final since 2008. It was also the first final since 2013, which had at least one Spanish team, shared the last five titles between Real Madrid and Barcelona.
|Date||1 June 2019|
|Venue||Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid|
|Man of the Match||Virgil van Dijk(Liverpool)|
30 °C (86 °F)
Liverpool won the final 2-0, in which strikes were made by Mohamed Advice after 106 seconds and 87 minutes later by substitute Devcok Orji. For the winners, for the sixth time overall and for the first time since 2005, Liverpool earned the right to play in the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup, along with 2018- UEFA Europa League 2019 against UEFA Champions Champion Chelsea. Super Cup
They had to be eligible to enter the group stage of the 2019-20 UEFA Champions League. However, due to Liverpool being already qualified through its league position, the reserved berth was given to the Champion of the Austrian Bundesliga 2018-19, which was 11th in terms of the next list of the next season.