Europa League TV listings

Thursday, December 9, 2021
12:45
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Real Sociedad
PSV Eindhoven
To be confirmed
Paramount+
12:45
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Napoli
Leicester City
To be confirmed
Paramount+
12:45
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O. Lyonnais
Rangers FC
To be confirmed
Paramount+
12:45
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Sparta Praha
Brondby IF
To be confirmed
Paramount+
12:45
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Fenerbahçe
Eintracht Frankfurt
To be confirmed
Paramount+
12:45
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Sturm Graz
AS Monaco
To be confirmed
Paramount+
12:45
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Legia Warszawa
Spartak Moskva
To be confirmed
Paramount+
12:45
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Antwerp
Olympiacos
To be confirmed
Paramount+
15:00
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West Ham
GNK Dinamo Zagreb
To be confirmed
Paramount+
15:00
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Genk
Rapid Wien
To be confirmed
Paramount+
15:00
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Lazio
Galatasaray
To be confirmed
Paramount+
15:00
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SC Braga
Crvena Zvezda
To be confirmed
Paramount+
15:00
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Celtic FC
Real Betis
To be confirmed
Paramount+
15:00
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O. Marseille
Lokomotiv Moskva
To be confirmed
Paramount+
15:00
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PFC Ludogorets
FC Midtjylland
To be confirmed
Paramount+
15:00
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Ferencvaros
Bayer Leverkusen
To be confirmed
Paramount+
Now, there are 16 Europa League live televised matches and 2 TV channels will broadcast each and every one of them. The next match you will be able to enjoy is Real Sociedad - PSV Eindhoven and it will be played next Thursday, December 9, 2021 at 6:45 PM televised by To be confirmed, Paramount+.

For more information, please access the website of Europa League.

The Europa League is the second most important club competition in Europe. Participants are defined based on their performance in national leagues and cups. Each federation has a number of assigned places that varies depending on the performance of its teams in continental tournaments in recent years. The champion is automatically classified for the next edition of the Champions League and their presence in the European Super Cup is guaranteed.

It was born under the name of the UEFA Cup as the successor to the Fairs Cup, a tournament that had gained great importance on the continent, but was not under the organization of UEFA. Its first edition was played in 1972, with an English final between Tottenham and Wolverhampton in which the Spurs came out as champions.

In the following years, Borussia Mönchengladbach, Real Madrid and Göteborg were the first to win it on more than one occasion. Everything changed from 1989, with the great irruption of the Italian clubs. Between Inter, Juventus, Maradona's Napoli and Parma they won six of the next seven editions.

Starting in 1998, the final was played as a single match at a neutral venue. From the 2009-10 season, the competition changed its name and format to become the Europa League.

Currently, it has the participation of 48 teams. A figure that drops to 32 since 2021, due to the creation of the Conference League. The top two finishers in each group, along with the eight third finishers in each group in the Champions League, face a round-trip tie until they reach the big game for the title.

Atlético was the first champion of the Europa League era after defeating Fulham 2-1 thanks to two goals from Forlán. The club from the capital of Spain landed in the tournament from the Champions League and eliminated Galatasaray, Sporting CP, Valencia and Liverpool to stand in the final in Hamburg.

The history of the Europa League cannot be understood without Sevilla. The Seville team has dominated the competition in recent years, being the only one capable of repeating the title since 1986. The Andalusians have in their windows the trophies of 2005, 2006, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2020 after winning in the final at Middlesbrough, Espanyol, Benfica, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, Liverpool and Inter respectively.