Europa League Stadium Guides – 2011/2012

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Last Updated: September 3, 2015

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Atletico Madrid Europa League Champions 2012

Overview

  • Winner: Atlético Madrid
  • Runner Up: Athletic Bilbao
  • Date: 9th May 2012
  • Stadium: Arena Nationala
  • Location: Bucherest, Romania

The 2010/2011 season represented the second iteration of the Europa League after the competition was rebranded from the UEFA Cup in 2009. The Final was held at Arena Națională in Bucharest, Romania.

Group Stages

Below is a collection of stadium guides for each team who will participate in the group stages of the 2011/2012 Europa League.

Click any of the blue links below to visit each stadium’s guide containing pictures, maps, travel information, and much more!

Group A

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
PAOK Greece Toumba Stadium 28,703 1959
Rubin Kazan Russia Central Stadium 25,400 1960
Tottenham Hotspur England White Hart Lane 36,230 1899
Shamrock Rovers Ireland Tallaght Stadium 6,000 2009

 

Group B

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Standard Liege Belgium Stade Maurice Dufrasne 30,023 1909
Hannover 96 Germany AWD Arena 49,951 1954
Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadion 38,065 1992
Vorskla Poltava Ukraine Butovsky Vorskla Stadium 24,795 1951

 

Group C

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands Philips Stadion 35,000 1910
Legia Warsaw Poland Pepsi Arena 31,103 1930
Hapoel Tel Aviv Israel Bloomfield Stadium 14,413 1962
Rapid Bucuresti Romania Stadionul National 55,634 2011

 

Group D

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Sporting CP Portugal Estadio Jose Alvalade 50,095 2003
Lazio Italy Stadio Olimpico in Rome 73,261 1937
Vaslui Romania Stadionul Ceahlăul 18,000 1935
Zürich Switzerland Stadion Letzigrund 25,000 2007

 

Group E

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Besiktas Turkey BJK Inonu Stadium 32,145 1947
Stoke City England Britannia Stadium 27,740 1997
Dynamo Kyiv Ukraine Valeriy Lobanovskyi 16,873 1934
Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel Bloomfield Stadium 14,413 1962

 

Group F

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Athletic Bilbao Spain Estadio San Mames 40,000 1913
Red Bull Salzburg Austria Red Bull Arena 31,895 2003
Paris Saint-Germain France Parc des Princes 48,712 1897
Slovan Bratislava Slovakia Stadion Pasienky 13,401 1962

 

Group G

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Metalist Kharkiv Ukraine Metalist Stadium 40,003 1926
AZ Netherlands AFAS Stadion 17,023 2006
Austria Wien Austria Ernst-Happel Stadion 50,865 1931
Malmo FF Sweden Swedbank Stadion 24,000 2009

 

Group H

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Club Brugge Belgium Jan Breydel Stadion 30,000 1975
Braga Portugal Estadio Municipal de Braga 30,286 2003
Birmngham City England St Andrews Stadium 30,016 1906
Maribor Slovenia Ljudski vrt Stadion 12,994 1952

 

Group I

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Atletico Madrid Spain Vicente Calderon 54,960 1966
Udinese Italy Stadio Friuli 30,642 1976
Celtic Scotland Celtic Park Ground 60,355 1892
Rennes France de la Route de Lorient 29,376 1912

 

Group J

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Schalke 04 Germany Veltins-Arena 61,482 2001
Steaua Bucuresti Romania Stadionul Dr. Constantin Rădulescu 23,500 1973
Maccabi Haifa Israel Kiryat Eliezer Stadium 14,002 1955
AEK Larnaca Cyprus GSP Stadium 22,859 1999

 

Group K

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Twente Netherlands De Grolsch Veste 30,206 1998
Wisla Krakow Poland Stadion Miejski, Kraków 33,326 2000
Fulham England Craven Cottage 25,700 1896
Odense Denmark TRE-FOR Park 15,633 1941

 

Group L

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Anderlecht Belgium Constant Vanden Stock Stadium 28,063 1917
Lokomotiv Moscow Russia Lokomotiv Stadium 28,800 2002
AEK Athens Greece Olympic Stadium Athens 69,618 1982
Sturm Graz Austria UPC-Arena 15,400 1997

 

Final Venue

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Steaua and Dinamo București Romania Arena Națională 55,634 2011

 


By Football Tripper

Last Updated: September 3, 2015

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