Europa League - the other Champions League
The Europa League is now down to the last 4 as we take a step closer to finding out who will be crowned Europa League 2018 champions. The competition is nearing its epic final and you can get Europa League tickets here at StubHub. The 2017-18 edition of Europe's second-most important tournament has featured some of Europe's best and most famous clubs, including Arsenal, Lyon, AC Milan and Lazio. The tournament, following a change of format, was named the Europa League and has been ever since the 2009-10 season.
Last year's winners are Manchester United who have been knocked out of the Champions League this year, will there be another English Champion, or will we see one of Europe's underdogs surprise everyone? Find out yourself with Europa League 2017-18 tickets.
Europa League semi-finals
The Europa League last quarter-final matches took place in April and there were some great matches. Arsenal swept aside CSKA Moscow 6-3 over two legs, Atletico Madrid scraped past Sporting FC, Marseille knocked out Leipzig and Red Bull Salzburg stunned Napoli. Many pundits are tipping either Arsenal or Atletico as Europa League favourites but they will face each other in the EL Semi-Finals and, as we know in competition football, anything can happen! Below are the Europa League semi-final matches.
- Arsenal vs Atletico Madrid
- Marseille vs Salzburg
There are obviously some great fixtures to look forward to in April and May, with the clash between Atletico Madrid and Arsenal a highlight and already getting football fans excited.. Do you want to see this great European football? Buy your Europa League semi finals tickets here at StubHub.
Europa League Final 2018
The Europa League Final will take place at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais on Wednesday, 16 May 2018. Home to Lyon, the stadium opened on 9 January 2016 and has a capacity of 59,186. Last year saw Man Utd defeat Ajax 2-0 in a competitive match at the Friends Arena in Solna, will the 2018 final spring any surprises? The current Europa League favourites are still Atlético Madrid after they crashed out of the Champions League. However, with Arsenal, Salzburg and Marseille all still in the competition, this looks like it could well be one of the most exciting and competitive tournaments we've seen in a long time.
Find out who will be crowned Europa League champion 2018 with Europa League tickets, or if you want even more European football get your hands on Champions League tickets as well!