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The UEFA Cup replaced the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in the 1971/72 season and featured clubs that qualified for the tournament through a variety of routes.

In 2009-2010, the competition became known as the UEFA Europa League.

2015/2016 UEFA Europa League Group Stage

Group A
Ajax
Celtic
Fenerbahce
Molde

Group B
Bordeaux
FC Sion
Liverpool
Rubin Kazan

Group C
Borussia Dortmund
Krasnodar
PAOK Salonika
Qabala FK

Group D
Club Brugge
FC Midtjylland
Legia Warsaw
Napoli

Group E
Dinamo Minsk
Rapid Vienna
Viktoria Plzen
Villarreal

Group F
Groningen
Olympique Marseille
Slovan Liberec
Sporting Braga

Group G
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
Lazio
Rosenborg
Saint-Étienne

Group H
Besiktas
Lokomotiv Moscow
Skenderbeu
Sporting Lisbon

Group I
Belenenses
FC Basel
Fiorentina
Lech Poznan

Group J
Anderlecht
AS Monaco
Qarabag FK
Tottenham Hotspur

Group K
Apoel Nicosia
Asteras Tripoli
Schalke
Sparta Prague

Group L
AZ Alkmaar
Athletic Bilbao
FC Augsburg
Partizan Belgrade

2015/2016 Europa League Schedule

Group Stage, Matchday 1: 17/09/15
Group Stage, Matchday 2: 01/10/15
Group Stage, Matchday 3: 22/10/15
Group Stage, Matchday 4: 05/11/15
Group Stage, Matchday 5: 26/11/15
Group Stage, Matchday 6: 10/12/15

Round of 32, 1st leg: 18/02/16
Round of 32, 2nd leg: 25/02/16

Round of 16, 1st leg: 10/03/16
Round of 16, 2nd leg: 17/03/16

Quarter-finals, 1st leg: 07/04/16
Quarter-finals, 2nd leg: 14/04/16

Semi-finals, 1st leg: 28/04/16
Semi-finals, 2nd leg: 05/05/16

2016 Europa League Cup Final: St. Jakob-Park, Basel - 18th May, 2016

Draw Dates:
14/12/15, Nyon, Round of 32
26/02/16, Nyon, Round of 16
18/03/16, Nyon, Quarter-finals
15/04/16, Nyon, Semi-finals and final

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UEFA Cup History

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup

1958

London Football Association XI vs Barcelona (2:2)
Stamford Bridge, London, England.

Barcelona vs London Football Association XI (6-0) (Agg 8:2)
Barcelona stadium (Camp Nou), Barcelona, Spain.

1960

Birmingham City vs Barcelona (0:0)
Saint Andrew's Ground, Birmingham, England.

Barcelona vs Birmingham City (4:1) (Agg 4:1)
Barcelona stadium (Camp Nou), Barcelona, Spain.

1961

Birmingham City vs AS Roma (2:2)
Saint Andrew's Ground, Birmingham, England.

AS Roma vs Birmingham City (2:0) (Agg 4:2)
Olimpico stadium, Rome, Italy.

1962

Valencia vs Barcelona (6:2)
Mestalla stadium, Valencia, Spain.

Barcelona vs Valencia (1:1) (Agg 3:7)
Barcelona CF stadium (Camp Nou), Barcelona, Spain.

1963

Dinamo Zagreb vs Valencia (1:2)
Dinamo stadion (Maksimir), Zagreb, Yugoslavia.

Valencia vs Dinamo Zagreb (2:0) (Agg 4:1)
Mestalla stadium, Valencia, Spain.

1964

Real Zaragoza vs Valencia (2:1)
Barcelona stadium (Camp Nou), Barcelona, Spain.

1965

Ferencváros vs Juventus (1:0)
Comunale stadium, Turin, Italy.

1966

Barcelona vs Real Zaragoza (0:1)
Barcelona stadium (Camp Nou), Barcelona, Spain.

Real Zaragoza vs Barcelona (2:4 aet) (Agg 3:3)
La Romareda stadium, Zaragoza, Spain.

1967

Dinamo Zagreb vs Leeds United (2:0)
Dinamo stadium (Maksimir), Zagreb, Yugoslavia.

Leeds United vs Dinamo Zagreb (0:0) (Agg 0:2)
Elland Road, Leeds, England.

1968

Leeds United vs Ferencváros (1:0)
Elland Road, Leeds, England.

Ferencváros vs Leeds United (0:0) (Agg 0:1)
Népstadion, Budapest, Hungary.

1969

Newcastle United vs Újpesti Dosza (3:0)
Saint James' Park, Newcastle, England.

Újpesti Dosza vs Newcastle United (2:3) (Agg 2:6)
Népstadion, Budapest, Hungary.

1970

RSC Anderlecht vs Arsenal (3:1)
Heyselstadion, Brussels, Belgium.

Arsenal vs RSC Anderlecht (3:0) (Agg 4:3)
Arsenal stadium (Highbury), London, England.

1971

Juventus vs Leeds United (2:2)
Comunale stadium, Turin, Italy.

Leeds United vs Juventus (1:1) (Agg 3:3)
Elland Road, Leeds, England.
Leeds United win on away goals.

UEFA Cup Finalists

1972

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Tottenham Hotspur (1:2)
Molineux Grounds, Wolverhampton, England.

Tottenham Hotspur vs Wolves (1-1) (Agg 3-2)
White Hart Lane, London, England.

1973

Liverpool vs Borussia Mönchengladbach (3:0)
Anfield Road, Liverpool, England.

Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Liverpool (2:0) (Agg 2:3)
Bökelbergstadion, Mönchengladbach, Germany.

1974

Tottenham Hotspur vs Feyenoord (2:2)
White Hart Lane, London, England.

Feyenoord vs Tottenham Hotspur (2:0) (Agg 4:2)
Feyenoord stadium, Rotterdam, Holland.

1975

Borussia Mönchengladbach vs FC Twente (0:0)
Rheinstadion, Düsseldorf, Germany.

FC Twente vs Borussia Mönchengladbach (1:5) (Agg 1:5)
Eduard Diekman stadium, Enschede, Holland.

1976

Liverpool vs Club Brugge (3:2)
Anfield Road, Liverpool, England.

Club Brugge vs Liverpool (1:1) (Agg 3:4)
Olympiastadion, Bruges, Belgium.

1977

Juventus vs Athletic Bilbao (1:0)
Comunale stadium, Turin, Italy.

Athletic Bilbao vs Juventus (2:1) (Agg 2:2)
San Mamés stadium, Bilbao, Spain.
Juventus win on away goals.

1978

Bastia vs PSV Eindhoven (0:0)
Armand-Césari stadium, Bastia, France.

PSV Eindhoven vs Bastia (3:0) (Agg 3:0)
Philips Sportpark, Eindhoven, Holland.

1979

Red Star Belgrade vs Borussia Mönchengladbach (1:1)
Crvena Zvezda stadium, Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Red Star Belgrade (1-0) (Agg 2-1)
Rheinstadion, Düsseldorf, Germany.

1980

Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Eintracht Frankfurt (3-2)
Bökelbergstadion, Mönchengladbach, Germany.

Eintracht Frankfurt vs Borussia Mönchengladbach (1:0) (Agg 3:3)
Waldstadion, Frankfurt, Germany.
Eintracht Frankfurt win on away goals.

1981

Ipswich Town vs AZ Alkmaar (3:0)
Portman Road, Ipswich, England.

AZ Alkmaar vs Ipswich Town (4:2) (Agg 4:5)
Olympisch stadium, Amsterdam, Holland.

1982

IFK Göteborg vs Hamburger SV (1:0)
Nya Ullevi stadium, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Hamburger SV vs IFK Göteborg (0:3) (Agg 0:4)
Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany.

1983

RSC Anderlecht vs Benfica (1:0)
Heyselstadion, Brussels, Belgium.

Benfica vs RSC Anderlecht (1:1) (Agg 1:2)
Estádio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal.

1984

RSC Anderlecht vs Tottenham Hotspur (1:1)
Constant Van den Stock stadium (Parc Astrid), Brussels, Belgium.

Tottenham Hotspur vs RSC Anderlecht (1:1 aet) (4:3 pens)
White Hart Lane, London, England.

1985

Székesfehérvári Videoton vs Real Madrid (0:3)
Sóstó stadium, Székesfehérvár, Hungary.

Real Madrid vs Székesfehérvári Videoton (0:1) (Agg 3:1)
Santiago Bernabéu stadium, Madrid, Spain.

1986

Real Madrid vs FC Köln (5:1)
Santiago Bernabéu stadium, Madrid, Spain.

FC Köln vs Real Madrid (2:0) (Agg 3:5)
Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany.

1987

IFK Göteborg vs Dundee United (1:0)
Nya Ullevi stadium, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Dundee United vs IFK Göteborg (1:1) (Agg 1:2)
Tannadice Park, Dundee, Scotland.

1988

Espanyol Barcelona vs Bayer Leverkusen (3:0)
Sarriá stadium, Barcelona, Spain.

Bayer Leverkusen vs Espanyol Barcelona (3:0 aet) (3:2 pens)
Ulrich-Haberland-Stadion, Leverkusen, Germany.

1989

Napoli vs VfB Stuttgart (2:1)
San Paolo stadium, Naples, Italy.

VfB Stuttgart vs Napoli (3:3) (Agg 4:5)
Neckarstadion, Stuttgart, Germany.

1990

Juventus vs Fiorentina (3:1)
Comunale stadium, Turin, Italy.

Fiorentina vs Juventus (0:0) (Agg 1:3)
Partenio stadium, Avellino, Italy.

1991

Inter Milan vs AS Roma (2:0)
Giuseppe Meazza stadium, Milan, Italy.

AS Roma vs Inter Milan (1:0) (Agg 1:2)
Olimpico stadium, Rome, Italy.

1992

Torino vs Ajax (2:2)
Delle Alpi stadium, Turin, Italy.

Ajax vs Torino (0:0) (Agg 2:2)
Olimpisch stadium, Amsterdam, Holland.
Ajax win on away goals.

1993

Borussia Dortmund vs Juventus (1:3)
Westfalenstadion, Dortmund, Germany.

Juventus vs Borussia Dortmund (3:0) (Agg 6:1)
Delle Alpi stadium, Turin, Italy.

1994

Austria Salzburg vs Inter Milan (0:1)
Ernst-Happel stadium, Vienna, Austria.

Inter Milan vs Austria Salzburg (1:0) (Agg 2:0)
Giuseppe Meazza stadium, Milan, Italy.

1995

Parma vs Juventus (1:0)
Ennio Tardini stadium, Parma, Italy.

Juventus vs Parma (1:1) (Agg 1:2)
Giuseppe Meazza stadium, Milan, Italy.

1996

Bayern Munich vs Girondins de Bordeaux (2:0)
Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany.

Girondins de Bordeaux vs Bayern Munich (1:3) (Agg 1:5)
Parc Lescure stadium, Bordeaux, France.

1997

Schalke vs Inter Milan (1:0)
Parkstadion, Gelsenkirchen, Germany.

Inter Milan vs Schalke (1:0 aet) (1:4 pens)
Giuseppe Meazza stadium, Milan, Italy.

The fnals are now played as one-off games at pre-determined venues.

1998

Inter Milan vs Lazio (3:0)
Travel to France Parc des Princes, Paris, France.

1999

Parma vs Olympique Marseille (3:0)
Travel to Russia Luzhniki stadium, Moscow, Russia.

2000

Galatasaray vs Arsenal (0:0 aet) (4:1 pens)
Travel to Denmark Parken stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2001

Liverpool vs Deportivo Alavés (5:4 aet)
Travel to Germany Westfalenstadion, Dortmund, Germany.

2002

Feyenoord vs Borussia Dortmund (3:2)
Travel to Holland Feyenoord stadium, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

2003

FC Porto vs Celtic (3:2 aet)
Travel to Spain Olímpico stadium, Seville, Spain.

2004

Valencia vs Olympique Marseille (2:0)
Travel to Sweden Nya Ullevi stadium, Gothenburg, Sweden.

2005

CSKA Moscow vs Sporting Lisbon (3:1)
Travel to Portugal José Alvalade stadium, Lisbon, Portugal.

2006

FC Seville vs Middlesbrough (4:0)
Travel to Holland Philips Stadium, Eindhoven, Netherlands.

2007

FC Seville vs RCD Espanyol (2:2 aet)  (3:1 pens)
Travel to Scotland Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland.

2008

Zenit St. Petersburg vs Rangers (2:0)
Travel to England City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, England.

2009

Shakhtar Donetsk vs Werder Bremen (2:1 aet)
Travel to Turkey Sükrü Saracoglu stadium, Istanbul, Turkey.

UEFA Europa League

2010

Atlético Madrid vs Fulham (2:1 aet)
Travel to Germany Hamburg Arena, Hamburg, Germany.

2011

FC Porto vs Sporting Braga (1:0)
Travel to Ireland Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Republic of Ireland.

2012

Atlético Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao (3:0)
Travel to Romania National Stadium, Bucharest, Romania.

2013

Chelsea vs Benfica (2:1)
Travel to Holland Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

2014

Sevilla vs Benfica (0:0) (5:4 pens)
Travel to Italy Juventus Stadium, Turin, Italy.

2015

Sevilla vs Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (3:2)
Travel to Poland Narodowy Stadion, Warsaw, Poland.

2016

 

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UEFA Cup and Europa League

Sevilla Sevilla - Four:
2006, 2007, 2014, 2015.

Inter Milan Inter Milan - Three:
1991, 1994, 1998.

Juventus Juventus - Three:
1977, 1990, 1993.

Liverpool Liverpool - Three:
1973, 1976, 2001.

Atlético Madrid Atlético Madrid - Two:
2010, 2012.

Borussia Mönchengladbach Borussia Mönchengladbach - Two:
1975, 1979.

FC Porto FC Porto - Two:
2003, 2011.

Feyenoord Feyenoord - Two:
1974, 2002.

IFK Göteborg IFK Göteborg - Two:
1982, 1987.

Parma Parma - Two:
1995, 1999.

Real Madrid Real Madrid - Two:
1985, 1986.

Tottenham Hotspur Tottenham Hotspur - Two:
1972, 1984.

Ajax Ajax - One:
1992.

Anderlecht Anderlecht - One:
1983.

Bayer Leverkusen Bayer Leverkusen - One:
1988.

Bayern Munich Bayern Munich - One:
1996.

Chelsea Chelsea - One:
2013.

CSKA Moscow CSKA Moscow - One:
2005.

Eintracht Frankfurt Eintracht Frankfurt - One:
1980.

Galatasaray Galatasaray - One:
2000.

Ipswich Town Ipswich Town - One:
1981.

PSV Eindhoven PSV Eindhoven - One:
1978.

Napoli Napoli - One:
1989.

Schalke 04 Schalke 04 - One:
1997.

Shakhtar Donetsk Shakhtar Donetsk - One:
2009.

Valencia Valencia - One:
2004.

Zenit Saint Petersburg Zenit Saint Petersburg - One:
2008.

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