Europa League Stadium Guides – 2014/2015

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Last Updated: September 1, 2015

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Sevilla Europa League Winners 2015

Overview

  • Winner: Sevilla
  • Runner Up: Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
  • Date: 27th May 2015
  • Stadium: National Stadium
  • Location: Warsaw, Poland

The 2014/2015 season represented the sixth iteration of the Europa League after the competition was rebranded from the UEFA Cup in 2009. The Final was held at Poland’s National Stadium in Warsaw.

Group Stages

Below is a collection of stadium guides for each team who will participate in the group stages of the 2014/2015 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
Apollon Limassol Cyprus GSP Stadium 22,859 1999
Mönchengladbach Germany Borussia-Park  54,057 2004
Villareal Spain El Madrigal 24,890 1923
Zurich Switzerland Letzigrund 26,104 2007

 

Group B

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Club Brugge Belgium Jan Breydel Stadion 29,042 1975
Copenhagen Denmark Telia Parken 38,065 1992
HJK Finland Sonera Stadium 10,770 2000
Torino Italy Stadio Olimpico  28,140 1933

 

Group C

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Asteras Tripoli Greece Theodoros Kolokotronis 7,616 1979
Beşiktaş Turkey Atatürk Olympic 76,092 2002
Partizan Serbia Partizan Stadium 32,710 1951
Tottenham England White Hart Lane 36,284 1899

 

Group D

 

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Astra Giurgiu Romania Marin Anastasovici 8,500 1963
Celtic Scotland Celtic Park 60,411 1897
Dinamo Zagreb Czech Republic Maksimir Stadion 35,123 1912
Red Bull Salzburg Austria Red Bull Arena 31,000 1933

 

Group E

 

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Dynamo Moscow Russia Arena Khimki 18,636 2008
Estoril Praia Portugal António Coimbra da Mota 8,000 1939
Panathinaikos Greece Apostolos Nikolaidis 16,003 1922
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands Philips Stadion 35,000 1910

 

Group F

 

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk Ukraine Dnipro Arena 31,003 2008
Internazionale Italy Giuseppe Meazza  81,277 1926
Qarabağ Azerbaijan Tofiq Bahramov 31,200 1951
Saint-Etienne France Stade Geoffroy-Guichard 42,000 1931

 

Group G

 

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Feyenoord Netherlands De Kuip 51,117 1937
Rijeka Croatia Stadion Rujevica 5,800 2015
Sevilla Spain Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán 42,500 1958
Standard Liege Belgium Stade Maurice Dufrasne 30,023 1909

 

Group H

 

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Everton England Goodison Park  39,572 1892
Krasnodar Russia Kuban Stadium 35,200 1961
Lille France Stade Pierre-Mauroy 50,186 2012
Wolfsburg Germany Volkswagen Arena 26,385 2002

 

Group I

 

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Napoli Italy Stadion San Paolo  60,240 1959
Slovan Bratislava Slovakia Štadión Pasienky 11,591 1962
Sparta Prague Czech Republic Generali Arena 19,416 1921
Young Boys Switzerland Stade de Suisse  32,000 2005

 

Group J

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
AaB Denmark Nordjyske Arena 10,500 1960
Dynamo Kiev Ukraine NSC Olimpiyskiy  70,050 1923
Rio Ave FC Portugal Estadio do Rio Ave 12,815 1985
Steaua București Romania Arena Națională 55,634 2011

 

Group K

 

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Dinamo Minsk Belarus Traktor Stadium 16,500 1997
Fiorentina Italy Artemio Franchi  47,290 1931
EA Guingamp France Stade du Roudourou  18,126 1990
PAOK FC Greece Toumba Stadium 28,703 1959

 

Group L

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Legia Warsaw Poland Polish Army Stadium 31,103 1930
Lokeren Belgium Daknamstadion 9,560 1956
Metalist Kharkiv Ukraine OSC Metalist 40,003 1926
Trabzonspor Turkey Hüseyin Avni Aker 24,169 1951

 

Final Venue

Team Country Stadium Capacity Opened
Polish National Team Poland National Stadium 51,700 2010

 


By Football Tripper

Last Updated: September 1, 2015

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