UEFA Europa League is a Union Of European Football Association established in 1971. It is considered to be the second most important football league played in European Union. Clubs qualify for Europa club based on their physical and mental abilities in matches. Check out the UEFA Europa League Winners History From 1971 To 2021–22 and the most successful club.
When viewed Club-wise, Spanish Clubs have won thirteen times. Whereas Italy and England clubs have birth won the title for nine times. Since the 2009–10 season, the competition has been known as the UEFA Europa League. The most successful team is Sevilla with 6 titles won by them.
UEFA Europa League Winners History From 1971 To 2021–22
The winners of the UEFA Europa League since the year 1971 upto 2021-22 is listed below.
|2020 – 21||Villarreal||Manchester United|
|2019 – 20||Sevilla||Inter Milan|
|2018 – 19||Chelsea||Arsenal|
|2011/2012||Atlético Madrid||Athletic Club|
|2008/2009||Shakhtar Donetsk||Werder Bremen|
|2004/2005||CSKA Moskva||CSKA Moskvac|
|1986/1987||IFK Göteborg||Dundee United|
|1981/1982||IFK Göteborg||Hamburger SV|
|1979/1980||Eintracht Frankfurt||Borussia M’gladbach|
|1978/1979||Borussia M’gladbach||Crvena Zvezda|
|1971/1972||Tottenham Hotspur||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
Who Is Most Successful Club UEFA Europa League?
Sevilla is the most successful club in Europa League, established in 1890. It is a Spanish professional football club based in Seville. The club’s home ground is the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. The team is lead under the guidance of head coach Julen Lopetegui.
The Club has achieved trophies at regional, national and European levels. In 2007, Sevilla was the eighth-most supported club in Spain with 2.3% of the nation’s football fans. Apart from this, Sevilla has its own radio station SFC radio, and several media outlets.
What you should know about the history of UEFA Europa League?
The competition grew from 11 teams during the first cup (1955–58) to 64 teams by the last cup which was played in 1970–71. The UEFA Cup was first played in the 1971–72 season, Wolverhampton Wanderers against Tottenham Hotspur, with Spurs taking the first honors. the Anthem is played before every Europa League game at a stadium hosting.
The competition was traditionally a pure knockout tournament. All ties were two-legged, including the final. Winners of the qualifying rounds then joined teams from the associations ranked 1–13 in the first round proper. The champion team receives a prize pool of €8,600,000 meanwhile, the runner-up receives €4,600,000 .