UEFA Europa League Finals History

UEFA Europa League Finals History

The UEFA Europa League was formally known as UEFA Cup. This cup has seen twenty seven distinct clubs winning the title. The Europa League was first played back in the year 1972 where the title was won by Tottenham Hotspur of England that played against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Tottenham won 3-2 in the tournament.

The latest tournament 2014-2015 was played by Sevilla of Spain against Benfica, where Benfica lost to Sevilla 4-2. Benfica had also lost to Chealsea of England in the last immediate tournament, 2013-2014. Chealse score 2-1 in the competition.

The most successful clubs in the UEFA Europa League are Sevilla, Liverpool, Internazionale, and Juventus. All these clubs have won thrice each. The Inter-Cities Fairs Cup is recognized as the forerunner of the UEFA Cup but not an official competition under UEFA. Here is the UEFA Europa League winners list:

Year Winner Runners-Up Score
2014 Sevilla (SPAIN) Liverpool 3-1
2014 Sevilla (SPAIN) Benfica 4-2
2013 Chelsea (ENGLAND) Benfica 2-1
2012 Atletico Madrid (SPAIN) Athletic Bilbao 3-0
2011 FC Porto (PORTUGAL) Braga 1-0
2010 Atletico Madrid (SPAIN) Fulham 2-1
2009 Shakhtar Donetsk (UKRAINE) Werder Bremen 2-1
2008 Zenit St. Petersburg (RUSSIA) Rangers 2-0
2007 Sevilla (SPAIN) Espanyol 3-1
2006 Sevilla (SPAIN) Middlesbrough 4-0
2005 CSKA Moskva (RUSSIA) Sporting CP 3-1
2004 Valencia CF (SPAIN) Marseille 2-0
2003 FC Porto (PORTUGAL) Celtic 3-2
2002 Feyenoord Rotterdam (NETHERLANDS) Borussia Dortmund 3-2
2001 Liverpool (ENGLAND) Alaves 5-4
2000 Galatasaray (TURKEY) Arsenal 4-1
1999 Parma AC (ITALY) Marseille 3-0
1998 Internazionale (ITALY) Lazio 3-0
1997 FC Schalke 04 (GERMANY) Internazionale 4-1
1996 Bayern Munich (GERMANY) Bordeaux 5-1
1995 Parma AC (ITALY) Juventus 1-0
1994 Internazionale (ITALY) Austria Salzburg 2-0
1993 Juventus (ITALY) Borussia Dortmund 6-1
1992 AFC Ajax (NETHERLANDS) Torino 2-2
1991 Internazionale (ITALY) Roma 2-1
1990 Juventus (ITALY) Fiorentina 3-1
1989 SSC Napoli (ITALY) Stuttgart 5-4
1988 Bayer Leverkusen (GERMANY) Espanyol 3-2
1987 IFK Goteborg (SWEDEN) Dundee United 2-1
1986 Real Madrid (SPAIN) FC Koln 5-3
1985 Real Madrid (SPAIN) Videoton 3-1
1984 Tottenham Hotspur (ENGLAND) Anderlecht 4-3
1983 RSC Anderlecht (BELGIUM) Benfica 1-0
1982 IFK Goteborg (SWEDEN) Hamburger 4-0
1981 Ipswich Town (ENGLAND) AZ ’67 4-2
1980 Eintracht Frankfurt (GERMANY) Borussia Monchengladbach 5-3
1979 Borussia Monchengladbach (GERMANY) Red Star Belgrade 2-1
1978 PSV Eindhoven (NETHERLAND) Bastia 3-0
1977 Juventus (ITALY) Juventus 2-2
1976 Liverpool (ENGLAND) Brugge 4-3
1975 Borussia Monchengladbach (GERMANY) Twente 5-1
1974 Feyenoord Rotterdam (NETHERLANDS) Tottenham Hotspur 4-2
1973 Liverpool (ENGLAND) Borussia Monchengladbach 6-2
1972 Tottenham Hotspur (ENGLAND) Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-2

 

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