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EUROPA LEAGUE All Winners and Runners-up

ALL WINNERS AND RUNNERS-UP OF UEFA CUP/UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE

The UEFA Europa League, which was formerly known as the UEFA Cup, is an annual men’s football competition established in 1971 by UEFA. The competition is considered the second most important international club competition in Europe, after the UEFA Champions League. In the early versions, the final was contested over two legs, one at each participating club’s stadium, but in 1998, the format was changed to a single-legged final held at a neutral venue.

EUROPA LEAGUE All Winners and Runners-up
Villarreal current champions of UEFA Europa League, 2021

Tottenham Hotspur won the competition in its inaugural year (1972), defeating fellow country club Wolverhampton Wanderers 3–2 on aggregate. Inter Milan (1997) defeated Lazio in the competition’s first single-legged final format. In 2010, Atlético Madrid became the first winners in the Europa League era, beating side Fulham by 2-1. The current champions (2021) are Villareal, who defeated Manchester United in an epic 11-10 penalty shoot-out. Villarreal vs Manchester United HIGHLIGHTS

Sevilla holds the record for the most trophies, winning the competition six times. Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Juventus and Liverpool have won three trophies each. Marseille and Benfica have lost most finals, with three finals defeat each.

Real Madrid became the first club to retained their trophy, winning the competition in 1985 and 1986. Sevilla repeated the feat by winning the 2006 and 2007 Europa League competition and surpassed the record by winning three consecutive trophies between 2014 and 2016.

SINGLE MATCH FORMAT (1997 to DATE)

SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-up
2019–20Villareal1-1 [11-10 pen]Manchester United (UCL)
2019–20Sevilla3–2Inter Milan (UCL)
2018–19Chelsea4–1Arsenal
2017–18Atlético Madrid (UCL)3–0Marseille
2016–17Manchester United2–0Ajax (UCL)
2015–16Sevilla (UCL)3–1Liverpool
2014–15Sevilla3–2Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (UCL)
2013–14Sevilla0–0 [4-2 pen]Benfica (UCL)
2012–13Chelsea (UCL)2–1Benfica (UCL)
2011–12Atlético Madrid3–0Athletic Bilbao
2010–11Porto1–0Braga (UCL)
2009–10Atlético Madrid (UCL)2–1 (aet)Fulham
2008–09Shakhtar Donetsk (UCL)2–1 (aet)Werder Bremen (UCL)
2007–08Zenit Saint Petersburg2–0Rangers (UCL)
2006–07Sevilla2–2 (3-1 pen)Espanyol
2005–06Sevilla4–0Middlesbrough
2004–05CSKA Moscow (UCL)3–1Sporting CP
2003–04Valencia2–0Marseille (UCL)
2002–03Porto3–2 (aet)Celtic (UCL)
2001–02Feyenoord (UCL)3–2Borussia Dortmund (UCL)
2000–01Liverpool5–4 (won by golden goal)Deportivo Alavés
1999–2000Galatasaray (UCL)0–0 (4-1 pen)Arsenal (UCL)
1998–99Parma3–0Marseille
1997–98Inter Milan3–0Lazio

TWO LEGGED MATCH FORMAT (1971 to 1997)

SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-up
1996–97Schalke 041–0Inter Milan
1996–97Schalke 040–1 (4-1 pen)Inter Milan
1995–96Bayern Munich2–0Bordeaux
1995–96Bayern Munich3–1Bordeaux
1994–95Parma1–0Juventus
1994–95Parma1–1Juventus
1993–94Inter Milan1–0Austria Salzburg
1993–94Inter Milan1–0Austria Salzburg
1992–93Juventus3–1Borussia Dortmund
1992–93Juventus3–0Borussia Dortmund
1991–92Ajax2–2Torino
1991–92Ajax0–0Torino
1990–91Inter Milan2–0Roma
1990–91Inter Milan0–1Roma
1989–90Juventus3–1Fiorentina
1989–90Juventus0–0Fiorentina
1988–89Napoli2–1VfB Stuttgart
1988–89Napoli3–3VfB Stuttgart
1987–88Bayer Leverkusen0–3Espanyol
1987–88Bayer Leverkusen3–0 (3-2 pen)Espanyol
1986–87IFK Göteborg1–0Dundee United
1986–87IFK Göteborg1–1Dundee United
1985–86Real Madrid5–11. FC Köln
1985–86Real Madrid0–21. FC Köln
1984–85Real Madrid3–0Videoton
1984–85Real Madrid0–1Videoton
1983–84Tottenham Hotspur1–1Anderlecht
1983–84Tottenham Hotspur1–1 (4-3 pen)Anderlecht
1982–83Anderlecht1–0Benfica
1982–83Anderlecht1–1Benfica
1981–82IFK Göteborg1–0Hamburger SV
1981–82IFK Göteborg3–0Hamburger SV
1980–81Ipswich Town3–0AZ
1980–81Ipswich Town2–4AZ
1979–80Eintracht Frankfurt2–3Borussia Mönchengladbach
1979–80Eintracht Frankfurt1–0Borussia Mönchengladbach
1978–79Borussia Mönchengladbach1–1Red Star Belgrade
1978–79Borussia Mönchengladbach1–0Red Star Belgrade
1977–78PSV Eindhoven0–0Bastia
1977–78PSV Eindhoven3–0Bastia
1976–77Juventus1–0Athletic Bilbao
1976–77Juventus1–2Athletic Bilbao
1975–76Liverpool3–2Club Brugge
1975–76Liverpool1–1Club Brugge
1974–75Borussia Mönchengladbach0–0Twente
1974–75Borussia Mönchengladbach5–1Twente
1973–74Feyenoord2–2Tottenham Hotspur
1973–74Feyenoord2–0Tottenham Hotspur
1972–73Liverpool3–0Borussia Mönchengladbach
1972–73Liverpool0–2Borussia Mönchengladbach
1971–72Tottenham Hotspur2–1Wolverhampton Wanderers
1971–72Tottenham Hotspur1–1Wolverhampton Wanderers

RANKING WINNERS and RUNNERS-UP OF THE UEFA CUP and UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE

ClubTrophiesYearsRunners-upYears
Sevilla62006, 2007, 2014, 2015, 2016, 20200
Inter Milan31991, 1994, 199821997, 2020
Liverpool31973, 1976, 200112016
Juventus31977, 1990, 199311995
Atlético Madrid32010, 2012, 20180
Borussia Mönchengladbach21975, 197921973, 1980
Tottenham Hotspur21972, 198411974
Feyenoord21974, 20020
IFK Göteborg21982, 19870
Real Madrid21985, 19860
Parma21995, 19990
Porto22003, 20110
Chelsea22013, 20190
Anderlecht1198311984
Ajax1199212017
Manchester United1201712021
PSV Eindhoven119780
Eintracht Frankfurt119800
Ipswich Town119810
Bayer Leverkusen119880
Nopli119890
Bayern Munich119960
Schalke 04119970
Galatasaray120000
Valencia120040
CSKA Moscow120050
Zenit Saint Petersburg120080
Shakhtar Donetsk120090
Villarreal120210
Benfica031983, 2013, 2014
Marseille031999, 2004, 2018
Athletic Bilbao021977, 2012
Espanyol021988, 2007
Borussia Dortmund021993, 2002
Arsenal022000, 2019
Wolverhampton Wanderers011972
Twente011975
Club Brugge011976
Bastia011978
Red Star Belgrade011979
AZ Alkama011981
Hamburger SV011982
Fehérvár011985
1. FC Köln011986
Dundee United011987
VfB Stuttgart011989
Fiorentina011990
Roma011991
Torino011992
Red Bull Salzburg011994
Bordeaux011996
Lazio011998
Alavés012001
Celtic012003
Sporting CP012005
Middlesbrough012006
Rangers012008
Werder Bremen012009
Fulham012010
Braga012011
Dnipro012015

PERFORMANCE OF CLUBS IN FINALS RANKED BY NATION

Spanish clubs have won the competition more than any other country, 18 finals appearances with 13 trophies. English clubs are second with 9 trophies from 17, Italian clubs have won 9 trophies from 16 and Germany 6 six from 8 finals appearances. France clubs have suffered defeat the most, 5 finals with no win, equally no club from Scotland, Austria, Hungary and Yugoslavia have ever tasted victory on a final day.

NationTotalTrophiesRunners-up
Spain18135
England1798
Italy1697
Germany1468
Netherlands743
Portugal725
Russia220
Sweden220
Belgium312
Ukraine211
Turkey110
France505
Scotland303
Austria101
Hungary101
Yugoslavia101

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