The 2020 final will take place at the Gdansk Stadium in northern Poland, the stadium’s first ever match in a UEFA club competition.
The distinctive stadium was built for Euro 2012 and it hosted four games in the tournament including Germany’s 4-2 quarter-final win over Greece.
The state-of-the-art ground was selected over Porto’s Estadio do Dragao in November 2017.
Here, BTSport.com provides a detailed lowdown of the 2020 Europa League final.
When is the 2020 Europa League final?
The 2020 Europa League final will take place on Wednesday 27 May at 8pm. All the action will be live and exclusive on BT Sport.
What is Gdansk Stadium’s capacity?
The Gdansk Stadium, home of Ekstraklasa side Lechia Gdańsk, has a capacity of 41,620.
Who are the favourites for the 2020 Europa League?
Manchester United are 6/1 favourites to win the 2020 Europa League, while last season’s runners-up Arsenal are 8/1 second favourites.
Lazio (14/1) and Sevilla (16/1) are also contenders, while Wolves are 33/1 and Rangers are 80/1.
Where is the 2020 Champions League final?
The 2020 final, the 65th edition of Europe’s premier competition, will take place at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul Turkey on Saturday 30 May.
The Ataturk, built for Turkey’s failed bid for the 2008 Olympic Games, has a capacity of 76,761.
Galatasaray and Besiktas have occupied the stadium since it opened in 2002, but it is currently just the home of the Turkish national team.
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