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How to watch UEFA Europa League Final 2019-20 - Sevilla vs Inter Milan Live stream

  • UEFA Europa League Final 2019-20 features Sevilla vs Inter Milan
  • Match is being played at RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne at 8pm BST on Friday night
  • Watch the match online with live streaming
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Watch Inter Mila take on Sevilla in the UEFA Europa League 2019-20 final (Getty Images)
 

Watch the UEFA Europa League Final 2019-20


The 2019-20 UEFA Europa League final is almost here a Sevilla face Inter Milan at RheinEnergieStadion at 8pm BST on Friday. Sevilla and Inter Milan are deserved finalists and should provide a great spectacle.

Watch Sevilla vs Inter Milan in the UEFA Europa League final online with live streaming. One of the best ways to watch football and soccer online is the bet365 live streaming service.

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Watch the UEFA Europa League final online at BT Sport


Watch the entire Sevilla vs Inter Milan match live on BT Sport's YouTube channel.

Watch the final live on BT Sport 1HD and Ultimate, on the BT Sport App or here on the BT Sport YouTube channel from 7pm on August 21st.

Both finals will be available on www.btsport.com/final, on the BT Sport YouTube channel and via the BT Sport App for small and large devices including Xbox One, Samsung Smart TV and Apple TV.

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European Cup and UEFA Europa League Finals


Chelsea are the defending UEFA Europa League champions after a 4-1 win against Arsenal at the Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan.

SeasonWinnersScoreRunners-upVenueAttendance
2019–20tbcvtbcGermany RheinEnergieStadion, Colognetbc
2018–19Chelsea4–1ArsenalAzerbaijan Olympic Stadium, Baku51,370
2017–18Atlético Madrid 3–0MarseilleFrance Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Décines-Charpieu55,768
2016–17Manchester United2–0Ajax Sweden Friends Arena, Solna46,961
2015–16Sevilla 3–1LiverpoolSwitzerland St. Jakob-Park, Basel34,429
2014–15Sevilla3–2Dnipro Poland National Stadium, Warsaw45,000
2013–14Sevilla0–0*Benfica Italy Juventus Stadium, Turin33,120
2012–13Chelsea 2–1Benfica Netherlands Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam46,163
2011–12Atlético Madrid3–0Athletic BilbaoRomania Arena Națională, Bucharest52,347
2010–11Porto1–0Braga Republic of Ireland Dublin Arena, Dublin45,391
2009–10Atlético Madrid 2–1FulhamGermany Hamburg Arena, Hamburg49,000
2008–09Shakhtar Donetsk 2–1Werder Bremen Turkey Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium, Istanbul37,357
2007–08Zenit Saint Petersburg2–0Rangers England City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester43,878
2006–07Sevilla2–2*EspanyolScotland Hampden Park, Glasgow47,602
2005–06Sevilla4–0MiddlesbroughNetherlands Philips Stadion, Eindhoven33,100
2004–05CSKA Moscow 3–1Sporting CPPortugal Estádio José Alvalade, Lisbon47,085
2003–04Valencia2–0Marseille Sweden Nya Ullevi, Gothenburg39,000
2002–03Porto3–2Celtic Spain Estadio Olímpico de Sevilla, Seville52,972
2001–02Feyenoord 3–2Borussia Dortmund Netherlands De Kuip, Rotterdam45,611
2000–01Liverpool5–4Deportivo AlavésGermany Westfalenstadion, Dortmund48,050
1999–2000Galatasaray 0–0*Arsenal Denmark Parken Stadium, Copenhagen38,919
1998–99Parma3–0MarseilleRussia Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow62,000
1997–98Internazionale3–0LazioFrance Parc des Princes, Paris44,412
1996–97Schalke 041–0InternazionaleGermany Parkstadion, Gelsenkirchen56,000
1996–97Schalke 040–1*InternazionaleItaly San Siro, Milan83,000
1995–96Bayern Munich2–0BordeauxGermany Olympiastadion, Munich62,000
1995–96Bayern Munich3–1BordeauxFrance Parc Lescure, Bordeaux36,000
1994–95Parma1–0JuventusItaly Stadio Ennio Tardini, Parma22,062
1994–95Parma1–1JuventusItaly San Siro, Milan80,754
1993–94Internazionale1–0SalzburgAustria Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna47,500
1993–94Internazionale1–0SalzburgItaly San Siro, Milan80,326
1992–93Juventus3–1Borussia DortmundGermany Westfalenstadion, Dortmund37,000
1992–93Juventus3–0Borussia DortmundItaly Stadio delle Alpi, Turin62,781
1991–92Ajax2–2TorinoItaly Stadio delle Alpi, Turin65,377
1991–92Ajax0–0TorinoNetherlands Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam42,000
1990–91Internazionale2–0RomaItaly San Siro, Milan68,887
1990–91Internazionale0–1RomaItaly Stadio Olimpico, Rome70,901
1989–90Juventus3–1FiorentinaItaly Stadio Comunale, Turin45,000
1989–90Juventus0–0FiorentinaItaly Stadio Partenio, Avellino32,000
1988–89Napoli2–1VfB StuttgartItaly Stadio San Paolo, Naples83,000
1988–89Napoli3–3VfB StuttgartWest Germany Neckarstadion, Stuttgart67,000
1987–88Bayer Leverkusen0–3EspanyolSpain Estadi de Sarrià, Barcelona42,000
1987–88Bayer Leverkusen3–0*EspanyolWest Germany Ulrich Haberland Stadion, Leverkusen22,000
1986–87IFK Göteborg1–0Dundee UnitedSweden Nya Ullevi, Gothenburg50,023
1986–87IFK Göteborg1–1Dundee UnitedScotland Tannadice Park, Dundee20,911
1985–86Real Madrid5–1KölnSpain Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid85,000
1985–86Real Madrid0–2KölnWest Germany Olympiastadion, Berlin15,000
1984–85Real Madrid3–0VideotonHungary Sóstói Stadion, Székesfehérvár30,000
1984–85Real Madrid0–1VideotonSpain Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid90,000
1983–84Tottenham Hotspur1–1AnderlechtBelgium Constant Vanden Stock, Brussels40,000
1983–84Tottenham Hotspur1–1*AnderlechtEngland White Hart Lane, London46,205
1982–83Anderlecht1–0BenficaBelgium Heysel Stadium, Brussels55,000
1982–83Anderlecht1–1BenficaPortugal Estádio da Luz, Lisbon80,000
1981–82IFK Göteborg1–0HamburgSweden Nya Ullevi, Gothenburg42,548
1981–82IFK Göteborg3–0HamburgWest Germany Volksparkstadion, Hamburg60,000
1980–81Ipswich Town3–0AZEngland Portman Road, Ipswich27,532
1980–81Ipswich Town2–4AZNetherlands Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam28,500
1979–80Eintracht Frankfurt2–3Borussia MönchengladbachWest Germany Bökelbergstadion, Mönchengladbach25,000
1979–80Eintracht Frankfurt1–0Borussia MönchengladbachWest Germany Waldstadion, Frankfurt59,000
1978–79Borussia Mönchengladbach1–1Red Star BelgradeSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Stadion Crvena Zvezda, Belgrade87,000
1978–79Borussia Mönchengladbach1–0Red Star BelgradeWest Germany Rheinstadion, Düsseldorf45,000
1977–78PSV Eindhoven0–0BastiaFrance Stade Armand Cesari, Bastia15,000
1977–78PSV Eindhoven3–0BastiaNetherlands Philips Stadion, Eindhoven27,000
1976–77Juventus1–0Athletic BilbaoItaly Stadio Comunale, Turin75,000
1976–77Juventus1–2Athletic BilbaoSpain San Mamés, Bilbao43,000
1975–76Liverpool3–2Club BruggeEngland Anfield, Liverpool56,000
1975–76Liverpool1–1Club BruggeBelgium Olympiastadion, Bruges32,000
1974–75Borussia Mönchengladbach0–0TwenteWest Germany Rheinstadion, Düsseldorf42,000
1974–75Borussia Mönchengladbach5–1TwenteNetherlands Diekman Stadion, Enschede21,000
1973–74Feyenoord2–2Tottenham HotspurEngland White Hart Lane, London46,281
1973–74Feyenoord2–0Tottenham HotspurNetherlands De Kuip, Rotterdam59,000
1972–73Liverpool3–0Borussia MönchengladbachEngland Anfield, Liverpool41,169
1972–73Liverpool0–2Borussia MönchengladbachWest Germany Bökelbergstadion, Mönchengladbach35,000
1971–72Tottenham Hotspur2–1Wolverhampton WanderersEngland Molineux, Wolverhampton45,000
1971–72Tottenham Hotspur1–1Wolverhampton WanderersEngland White Hart Lane, London54,000

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UEFA Europa League Final 2019-20 Live Streaming FAQ

When is the UEFA Europa League Final 2019-20?

The UEFA Europa League Final 2019-20 will be held at 8pm BST on Friday 21 August 2020.

Where is the UEFA Europa League Final 2019-20?

The UEFA Europa League Final 2019-20 will be held at RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne, Germany.

What clubs have won the most UEFA Europa League titles?

Sevilla have won the most UEFA Europa League titles with five (2006, 2007, 2014, 2015, 2016).

Who won the UEFA Europa League Final 2018-19?

Chelsea won the 2018-19 UEFA Europa League Final after defeating Arsenal 4-1 at the Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan.

What is the UEFA Europa League 2019-20 Prize Money?

The 2019-20 UEFA Europa League prize money sees the winners collect €8,500,000 and the losing finalist €4,500,000.

How can I watch the UEFA Europa League Final 2019-20 online?

Check our live streaming calendar to see how to watch the UEFA Europa League Final 2019-20 online.

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