Europa League Final 2022 Eintracht vs Rangers Big Match

Europa League Final

Europa League Final 2022 Eintracht Frankfurt vs Rangers Big Match starting on 18 May 2022 at 19:00 UTC at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium, Seville city, Spain.

The 2022 Europa League final gives Sevilla Rangers a chance to make a new name in the trophy with Bundesliga team Eintracht Frankfurt.

The Rangers’ defeat to Janet St. Petersburg in the 2008 final was their last appearance at a European showpiece where Eintracht has not played in the UEFA Final since beating Borussia Monchengladbach in the 1980 UEFA Cup.

However, as teams across Europe prepare for next season’s cup competition through their domestic leagues, the focus is on which side will be involved in the 2022/23 edition of the Europa League.

Europe’s ‘Big Five’ in the Premier League, Serie A, Bundesliga, La Liga and Ligue 1 are all ranked twice in each group stage by winning the league placement or the domestic cup.

Where is the 2023 Europa League final?

With the 2022 final being held at Sevilla’s iconic Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, UEFA has confirmed that the 2023 final will be held at the Puskas Arena in Budapest, the Hungarian capital.

It will be the first final held by Hungary since 1985, when Real Madrid beat local team Videoton 3-0 in the first leg and Madrid 1-0.

When does the 2022/23 Europa League season begin?

Final places for the 2022/23 Europa League qualifiers will not be confirmed until the beginning of June, where the domestic campaign has not yet been completed.

However, prior to the group stage starting September 8, 2022, the qualifying schedule has already been confirmed.

The draw for the third qualifying round will be on July 18, with matches being played on August 4 and August 11 across the two legs.

From there, the final play-off knockout round will be drawn on August 1, with the match being played over two legs on August 18 and August 25, despite the fact that the competing teams have not been confirmed.

Who has already qualified for the 2022/23 Europa League?

The structure of the Europa League qualifying rounds allows teams that have been eliminated in the Champions League early qualifiers to be ‘dropped down’ in the third qualifying round, play-off round and group stage.

The third qualifying round will include only two teams from the domestic route (Cyprus and Serbia Cup winners), with the remaining 12 places to be occupied by the Champions League castoff.

The pre-group playoffs will include six domestic qualifiers, as well as six losing teams from the Champions League qualifiers.

Currently, Feyenoord, Dnipro, Gent and Hearts have already sealed their place, with Cup winners from Turkey and Denmark ready to join them.

As the qualifiers are confirmed in the coming months, the group stages will expand, with Real Betis, Real Sociedad, Union Berlin, SC Freiburg and Nantes already securing a place, and the final day of the Premier League battle set for the English delegates to decide.

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