The UEFA Europa League is back with a bang. Are you ready to witness the strongest and most talented football teams play against each other? Then it is time to book your Europa League tickets right here, right now.
With the Europa League quickly winding down, all eyes will be on Manchester United as they take on Anderlecht, while upcoming games such as Lyon's match against Besiktas and Schalke 04's battle with Ajax will prove just as exciting! So don't miss out on seeking any of these incredible games and buy your Europa League 2017 tickets now!
The UEFA Europa League is a prestigious annual football competition conducted by the UEFA for eligible European Football Clubs. The Europa League was founded in the year 1971. It was initially known as the UEFA CUP and later on became the UEFA Europa League in 2009. This new change of format helped in the development of the competition as well as qualified many more football clubs for the League. The Europa league is the second most prestigious football league in European football history. A total of 27 clubs have won the UEFA Europa League so far. The strongest and most consistent winners of the competition have been Sevilla, Liverpool, Juventus and Internazionale. They have won the prestigious UEFA Europa League cup more than once.
Let's not forget, that the winning team is awarded a cash prize of 5,000,000 Euros while the losing finalist still gets an impressive 2,500,000 Euros in this competition. So if you want to watch the upcoming Europa league, buy your UEFA Europa League tickets.
For much of the Europa League's history, the tournament remained in the shadow of the Champions League, which in many ways is understandible, considering the Champions League featured giants such as Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, while the Europa League featured teams such as Sevilla and Inter Milan. Of course, if you've been keeping up with European football, you may already know that the tournament took it's own level of importance, especially in regards to Champions League qualification! As Liverpool's Europa League campaign last year can prove, there's a lot of prestige now placed on the Champions League's little brother! Even current Manchester United manager Mourinho said of the tournament that its much more grueling and difficult a campaign, especially in comparison to the Champions League. Of course, the biggest change is that the winner of the Europa League now has an automatic qualification for the Champions League, and while the prize money doesn't quite match that of the Champions League, the desire to win is certainly higher for every competing team.