A Complete List of Europa League Final Venues to Date

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By Football Tripper
Last Updated: June 20, 2021

Europa League graphic night

After an exhilarating tournament which saw FC Sevilla lay claim to back to back titles, we thought we’d celebrate the competition thus far by taking a look at the host venues since the Europa League replaced the UEFA Cup in 2009.

The competition has been a great platform for newly built European Stadia which feature capacities between 35,000 – 55,000. The final three iterations of the UEFA Cup saw the final hosted in such diverse venues as Fenerbahçe’s Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium, Manchester City’s The Etihad Stadium, and Scotland’s Hampden Park in Glasgow.

Hopefully this is a trend which UEFA will continue, and it has to be said that so far, they’ve shone the spotlight on some cracking venues, which as follows are:

2009/2010 – Hamburg Arena

Europa League trophy inside Hamburg Stadium

Home team: Hamburger SV

Opened: 1998 (Rebuilt)

City: Hamburg, Germany

Capacity: 51,500

Result: Atletico Madrid v Fulham (2-1)

2010/2011 – Dublin Arena

Aviva Stadium Europa League final

Home team: Irish National Team

Opened: 2010

City: Dublin, Ireland

Capacity: 51,700

Result: Porto v Braga (1-0)

2011/2012 – Arena Națională

Inside Bucharest Arena

Home team: FC Steaua București

Opened: 2011

City: Bucherest, Romania

Capacity: 55,634

Result: Atletico Madrid v Athletic Bilbao (3-0)

2012/2013 – Amsterdam Arena

Inside Amsterdam Arena Europa League

Home team: Ajax

Opened: 1996

City: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Capacity: 53,490

Result: Chelsea v Benfica (2-1)

2013/2014 – Juventus Stadium

Juventus Arena Europa League

Home team: Juventus

Opened: 2011

City: Turin, Italy

Capacity: 41,254

Result: Sevilla v Benfica (0-0)

2015 – National Stadium, Warsaw

Exterior of Warsaw's national stadium

Home team: Poland National Team

Opened: 2012

City: Warsaw, Poland

Capacity: 58,145

Result: Sevilla v Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (3-2)

2016 – St. Jakob-Park

Main stand of St Jakob Park during Europa Match

Home team: FC Basel

Opened: 2001

City: Basel, Switzerland

Capacity: 37,500

Result: TBD

2017 – Friends Arena

Exterior of Friends Arena

Home team: AIK Fotboll

Opened: 2012

City: Solna, Sweden

Capacity: 50,653

Result: TBD


As for the future, what stadiums would you like to see host the Europa League Final? Football Tripper would love to hear your suggestions. Comment below!

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By Football Tripper
Last Updated: June 20, 2021