UEFA Europa League - Betting Odds, Event Details, Records and Favourites to Win

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UEFA Europa League is a tournament that features a highly competitive standard of football, serving as the second tier European league, ranking lower than the Champions League and higher than the Europa Conference League.


Here are the betting odds for winning the 2022/23 edition of the competition:

Source: Bet365
Time Stamp: November 14th, 2022 2:50 pm EST
Odds Subject to Change

Arsenal +400
Barcelona +450
Man Utd +800
Juventus +1200
Ajax +1200
Real Betis +1400
Real Sociedad +1400
SC Freiburg +1600
Roma +2000
Sevilla +2500
Bayer Leverkusen +3300
Rennes +3300
Sporting Lisbon +3300
PSV +3300
FC Salzburg +4000
Monaco +4000
Feyenoord +5000
Fenerbahce +5000
Union Berlin +5000
Shakhtar Donetsk +5000
Union Saint Gilloise +8000
Ferencvarosi TC +10000
Midtjylland +20000
Nantes +20000

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UEFA Europa League has been dominated by the Spanish team Sevilla in recent years.  Bet on the next winner.History:

The competition had been started in 1971 as the UEFA Cup. Prior to the competition, another similar event was organized under the name of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. The all-English final of the inaugural edition attracted great response and audiences as Spurs triumphed against the Wolverhampton Wanderers to take the first title home. In 1999, UEFA merged the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and UEFA Cup under the banner of the UEFA Cup. This was an attempt to further expand the competition and improve its engagements.

Rebranding as the UEFA Europa League:

This was followed by another important merger in 2009-10 when UEFA Intertoto Cup was merged with the UEFA Cup, and the competition was rebranded as the UEFA Europa League. Since then, the league has had extended groups and a more comprehensive format, made possible by a longer window for the competition in the UEFA Calendar.


The qualification for the Europa League's group stages takes place on the basis of UEFA Coefficients and rankings of associations. Following the complexities of qualification, 32 sides compete in the group stages of the UEFA Europa League. These second-tier sides are divided into 8 groups, with 4 teams in each group.

As per the current format, the top teams from each group qualify for the round of 16, while the second-placed teams compete against the 8 relegated teams from the UEFA Champions League. These are the teams that finish third in the 8 groups of the UEFA Champions League and fail to qualify for the knockouts of the UEFA Champions League.

Instead, these teams compete in the round of 32 of UEFA Europa League against second-placed sides in the Europa League groups. The winners of this knockout phase play the round of 16 matches against the 8 group-stage winners. UEFA chose this format and qualification pathway to increase the overall standard and competitiveness of the UEFA Champions League.

The round of 32, round of 16, Quarter Finals, and Semi-Finals are decided through Europa League Draws.

Past Winners:

The winners of the Europa League directly qualify for the group stage of the UEFA Champions League. Over the years, 27 different clubs have won the UEFA Europa League. The following clubs have been the most successful ones in the league's history.


The Spanish football club Sevilla leads the charts in Europa League with 6 titles in 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2020.

Inter Milan:

The Italian Football Club Inter-Milan has also enjoyed great success in the UEFA Europa League with 3 titles during the 1990s. These victorious campaigns came in 1991, 1994, and 1998.


Liverpool FC has been the most successful English Club in the UEFA Europa League, with 3 titles in 1973, 1976, and 2001.


Juventus has also won the Europa League thrice, with titles in 1977, 1990, and 1993.

Atletico Madrid:

Atletico Madrid is another team with three titles in the UEFA Europa League that came in 2010, 2012, and 2018.

Reigning Champions:

The German football club, Eintracht Frankfurt, is the reigning champion as they won the UEFA Europa League final against Rangers Football Club in the 2021-22 season.

2022-23 Season of the UEFA Europa League:

The ongoing season of the UEFA Europa League has seen the addition of 8 relegated sides from the UEFA Champions League. These include high-profile names like FC Barcelona, Sevilla, and Juventus.

FC Barcelona is scheduled to play against Manchester United in the knockout stages of this year's Europa League. That is one of the most anticipated fixtures of the season.

Europa League will resume in February after the winter break, while the UEFA Europa League final 2023 will take place on 31st May 2023, at Budapest's Puskas Arena.

Event Details:

Venue: Event final - Puskas Arena, Budapest
Date: 2023/05/31

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