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Saiba tudo sobre a UEFA Europa League: como funciona, quem participa e onde ver


What is Liga Europa?




Liga Europa, also known as UEFA Europa League, is an annual club football competition organized by UEFA, the governing body of European football. It is the second-tier competition in Europe, after UEFA Champions League, and involves teams from across the continent.


Liga Europa was founded in 1971 as UEFA Cup, and was renamed as UEFA Europa League in 2009. The competition has undergone several changes in its format and structure over the years, but its main objective remains to provide an opportunity for clubs that do not qualify for UEFA Champions League to compete in Europe.




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The winner of Liga Europa qualifies for UEFA Champions League, as well as UEFA Super Cup, which is a one-off match against the winner of UEFA Champions League. The winner also receives a trophy and a cash prize, which varies depending on their performance throughout the tournament.


How does Liga Europa work?




Liga Europa consists of four stages: qualification, group stage, knockout phase, and final.


The qualification stage takes place from July to August, and involves teams from various national leagues and associations that have not qualified for UEFA Champions League. The teams are divided into different rounds and paths based on their ranking and coefficient, and play two-legged ties to determine who advances to the group stage.


The group stage takes place from September to December, and involves 48 teams: 17 teams that have qualified directly from their domestic leagues or cups, 10 teams that have been eliminated from UEFA Champions League qualification or play-offs, and 21 teams that have qualified from the qualification stage. The teams are drawn into 12 groups of four, and play each other twice in a round-robin format. The top two teams from each group progress to the knockout phase.


The knockout phase takes place from February to May, and involves 32 teams: 24 teams that have qualified from the group stage, and eight teams that have finished third in their UEFA Champions League groups. The teams are paired up randomly, with some restrictions based on their seeding and country, and play two -legged ties to determine who advances to the next round. The knockout phase consists of the round of 32, the round of 16, the quarter-finals, and the semi-finals. The away goals rule is applied in case of a draw on aggregate, except for the semi-finals, where extra time and penalty shoot-out are used if needed.


The final takes place in May, and involves the two teams that have reached the end of the knockout phase. The final is a single match, played at a neutral venue that is decided by UEFA in advance. The winner is crowned as the champion of Liga Europa, and qualifies for UEFA Champions League and UEFA Super Cup. If the final ends in a draw after 90 minutes, extra time and penalty shoot-out are used to decide the winner.


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Who are the current and past champions of Liga Europa?




Current champion




The current champion of Liga Europa is Sevilla FC from Spain, who won their sixth title in the 2022/2023 season. Sevilla FC defeated AS Roma from Italy 3-1 in the final, which was held at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium in Seville, Spain. Sevilla FC became the first team to win Liga Europa at their own stadium, as well as the most successful team in the history of the competition.


Past champions




The past champions of Liga Europa are as follows:


SeasonWinnerCountryTitles


2021/2022Villarreal CFSpain1


2020/2021Manchester United FCEngland2


2019/2020Sevilla FCSpain5


2018/2019Chelsea FCEngland2


2017/2018Atlético MadridSpain3


2016/2017Manchester United FCEngland1


2015/2016Sevilla FCSpain4


2014/2015Sevilla FCSpain3


2013/2014Sevilla FCSpain2


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Note: This table only shows the winners since 2009/2010, when the competition was renamed as UEFA Europa League. For the full list of winners since 1971/1972, when the competition was founded as UEFA Cup, please visit [this link].


Source: [UEFA]


What are the benefits of playing in Liga Europa?




Financial rewards




Liga Europa offers a significant amount of money for the participating teams, especially for those who reach the latter stages. According to UEFA, the total prize money for Liga Europa 2022/2023 was 560 million, which was distributed among the teams based on their performance and market pool share. The market pool share is calculated according to the value of each national TV market and the number of teams from each association.


The prize money for Liga Europa 2022/2023 was as follows:


  • A fixed amount of 3.63 million for each team that qualified for the group stage.



  • A variable amount of 630,000 per win and 210,000 per draw in the group stage.



  • A fixed amount of 1.1 million for each team that qualified for the round of 32.



  • A fixed amount of 1.5 million for each team that qualified for the round of 16.



  • A fixed amount of 2.4 million for each team that qualified for the quarter-finals.



  • A fixed amount of 4.5 million for each team that qualified for the semi-finals.



  • A fixed amount of 8.5 million for the runner-up.



  • A fixed amount of 15 million for the winner.



In comparison, the total prize money for UEFA Champions League 2022/2023 was 2.04 billion, which was more than three times higher than Liga Europa. The prize money for UEFA Champions League 2022/2023 was as follows:


  • A fixed amount of 15.64 million for each team that qualified for the group stage.



  • A variable amount of 2.8 million per win and 930,000 per draw in the group stage.



  • A fixed amount of 9.6 million for each team that qualified for the round of 16.



  • A fixed amount of 10.6 million for each team that qualified for the quarter-finals.



  • A fixed amount of 12.5 million for each team that qualified for the semi-finals.



  • A fixed amount of 18 million for the runner-up.



  • A fixed amount of 34 million for the winner.



Therefore, playing in Liga Europa can be a lucrative source of income for the teams, especially if they can go far in the competition and increase their market pool share. However, it is still far behind UEFA Champions League in terms of financial rewards.


Sporting prestige




Liga Europa also offers a chance for the teams to achieve sporting glory and recognition in Europe, especially for those who do not have the resources or reputation to compete in UEFA Champions League. Liga Europa allows smaller clubs to showcase their talents and skills against some of the best teams and players in Europe, and to challenge themselves in different environments and cultures.


Liga Europa also provides a pathway for the teams to qualify for UEFA Champions League, which is the ultimate goal for many clubs in Europe. The winner of Liga Europa automatically qualifies for the group stage of UEFA Champions League, regardless of their domestic league position. This can be a huge incentive and motivation for the teams to perform well in Liga Europa, as it can open up new opportunities and possibilities for them.


Liga Europa also has a rich history and tradition, as it is the successor of UEFA Cup, which was one of the oldest and most prestigious club competitions in Europe. Some of the most famous and successful clubs in Europe have won Liga Europa or UEFA Cup, such as Liverpool FC, Juventus FC, FC Porto, FC Internazionale Milano, AFC Ajax, and FC Bayern München. Winning Liga Europa can add to the legacy and reputation of the clubs, and make them proud of their achievements.


Cultural exchange




Liga Europa also fosters diversity and friendship among fans and players from different cou


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