EUROPA LEAGUE 2022. First European final this Wednesday with the match between Frankfurt and Rangers for the Europa League.
[Updated May 18 at 8:51 p.m.] Make way for the Europa League final this Wednesday evening between Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers in a 100% unprecedented European final. This final will be very spectacular according to Frankfurt coach Olivier Glasner who expects unfailing support from his supporters. "Our supporters are incredible. All the journeys they have made, the way they push us, the atmosphere they create in every game, their enthusiasm, their euphoria... It's something you don't can't quantify. It's something that helps you win." If you haven't had a ticket to go to Seville, know that the Europa League final will be broadcast live on the antennas of W9. If you want to see the match in streaming, the final will also be accessible on MyCanal via Canal Sport, also broadcaster of the final.
"Tomorrow (Wednesday) there will be two teams with probably two of the best away groups of supporters in Europe. I hope ours will see us win. Since the victory against West Ham, we have had this euphoria up close. Everyone talks to us about this final, when you go shopping at the supermarket, everyone talks to you about it. It's going to be a gigantic game", also explained the midfielder and captain of Eintracht Sebastian Rode. Same story also on the Scottish side, "These kind of matches generate pressure, because you absolutely have to win. And you need this pressure to make great matches. But we have to stay focused on our game", launched Giovanni Van Bronckhorst.
The group stage was played from Thursday 16 September 2021 to Thursday 9 December 2021 while the knockout stage will be played from Thursday 17 February 2022 to Thursday 5 May 2022. As for the final, it is scheduled for Wednesday 18 May 2022 at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium in Seville. The schedule was then compiled by UEFA as follows:
The Europa League Conference 2021-2022 is the new European competition launched by UEFA and therefore the third international competition for European clubs after the Champions League and the Europa League. Its first edition was launched for the 2021-2022 season. It groups European teams according to their results in the league or in the national cup. The winner of the Europa League Conference qualifies for the Europa League the following year.
184 teams play in the competition over the whole season, with at least one from each of UEFA's 55 member associations and 46 from the UEFA Champions League or UEFA Europa League according to the UEFA website. '. The group stage consists of:
A group stage (eight groups of four) is therefore organized before a knockout stage (round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and final). The eight group winners qualify for the round of 16. A play-off is played between the eight runners-up and the teams that finish third in their UEFA Europa League group.
The TV rights battle continued to rage for this new 2021/2022 season. UEFA has awarded the French TV rights for the Europa League to RMC Sport, M6 and Canal , which will ensure broadcasting from the 2021-2022 season. Canal will co-broadcast with M6 each Thursday's poster and RMC Sport offers all the remaining matches. M6 will broadcast the final scheduled for May 18, 2022.