Football - Europa League

The UEFA Cup was created in 1971, as a successor to the Inter-City Fairs Cup which has since been expunged from UEFA's records as an "official" competition. In 1999 the European Cup Winners' Cup was abolished and the respective National Cup winners were entered into the UEFA Cup.
From season 2009/10, the UEFA Cup transformed into the Europa League. Alll the finals were played over two legs, one each at the respective home grounds of the finalists, up to and including 1997.

YEAR
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
1972
TOTTENHAM (Eng)
Wolves (Eng)
1973
LIVERPOOL (Eng)
M'bach (Frg)
1974
FEYENOORD (Nld)
Spurs (Eng)
1975
M'GLADBACH (Frg)
Twente (Nld)
1976
LIVERPOOL (Eng)
Bruges (Bel)
1977
JUVENTUS (Ita)
A Bilbao (Esp)
1978
PSV (Nld)
Bastia (Fra)
1979
M'GLADBACH (Frg)
C Zvevda (Yug)
1980
E FRANKFURT (Frg)
M'bach (Frg)
1981
IPSWICH (Eng)
Alkmaar (Nld)
1982
GOTHENBURG (Swe)
Hamburg (Frg)
1983
ANDERLECHT (Bel)
Benfica (Prt)
1984
TOTTENHAM (Eng)
Anderlecht (Bel)
1985
REAL MADRID (Esp)
Videoton (Hun)
1986
REAL MADRID (Esp)
Cologne (Frg)
1987
GOTHENBURG (Swe)
Dundee U (Sco)
1988
LEVERKUSEN (Frg)
Espanyol (Esp)
1989
NAPOLI (Ita)
Stuttgart (Frg)
1990
JUVENTUS (Ita)
Fiorentina (Ita)
1991
INTER (Ita)
Roma (Ita)
1992
AJAX (Nld)
Torino (Ita)
1993
JUVENTUS (Ita)
Dortmund (Ger)
1994
INTER (Ita)
Salzburg (Aut)
1995
PARMA (Ita)
Juventus (Ita)
1996
B MUNICH (Ger)
Bordeaux (Fra)
1997
SCHALKE (Ger)
Inter (Ita)
1998
INTER (Ita)
Lazio (Ita)
1999
PARMA (Ita)
Marseilles (Fra)
2000
GALATASARY (Tur)
Arsenal (Eng)
2001
LIVERPOOL (Eng)
Alaves (Esp)
2002
FEYENOORD (Nld)
Dortmund (Ger)
2003
PORTO (Prt)
Celtic (Sco)
2004
VALENCIA (Esp)
Marseilles (Fra)
2005
CSKA (Rus)
Sporting (Prt)
2006
SEVILLA (Esp)
Midd'bro (Eng)
2007
SEVILLA (Esp)
Espanyol (Esp)
2008
ZENIT (Rus)
Rangers (Sco)
2009
S DONETSK (Ukr)
W Bremen (Ger)
2010
ATL MADRID (Esp)
Fulham (Eng)
2011 PORTO (Prt) Braga (Prt)
2012 ATL MADRID (Esp) A Bilbao (Esp)
2013 CHELSEA (Eng) Benfica (Prt)
2014 SEVILLA (Esp) Benfica (Prt)
2015 SEVILLA (Esp) Dnipro (Ukr) 
2016 SEVILLA (Esp) Liverpool (Eng)
2017 MAN UTD (Eng) Ajax (Nld)
2018 ATL MADRID (Esp) Marseille (Fra)
2019 CHELSEA (Eng) Arsenal (Eng)
2020 SEVILLA (Esp) Inter (Ita)
 
Final Venues:      
Parc des Princes 1998 Volkspark, Hamburg 2010
Luzhniki 1999 Aviva, Dublin 2011
Copenhagen 2000 National, B'rest 2012
Dortmund 2001 Cruyff Arena 2013
Rotterdam 2002 Juventus 2014
Olimpico, Seville 2003 National, Warsaw 2015
Gothenburg 2004 Basel 2016
Alvalade, Lisbon 2005 Friends, S'holm 2017
Eindhoven 2006 Parc Olym, Lyon 2018
Hampden 2007 Baku 2019
Etihad, Mcr 2008 Cologne 2020
S'coglu, Istanbul 2009    

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