Europa League 2022/23: Fixtures, Draw, Dates, Results, Final and Everything We Know So Far

UEFA Europa League Trophy

The UEFA Europa League brought some amazing moments in the 2021/22 season, and now people are looking toward the 2022/23 Europa League Campaign.

The current holders of the trophy are now Eintracht Frankfurt following a dramatic penalty shootout in Seville against Scottish side Rangers.

There are a lot of matches in the Europa League including qualifiers, the group stage and the knockouts, which now include the knockout playoffs.

The competition is not only tough due to the quality of teams from the start, but also because sides from the Champions League can drop down into the Europa League after the group stages.

Read More: Champions League 2022/23: Fixtures, Draw, Dates, Schedule, Final, Teams and Everything We Know So Far

Here is everything you need to know about the 2022/23 Europa League:


Europa League 2022/23 Schedule

A detailed view of a UEFA Europa League Match Ball during the Rangers FC Training session at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on May 17, 2022 in Seville, Spain. Rangers FC will face Eintracht Frankfurt in the UEFA Europa League final on May 18, 2022

Here are all the key dates for the competition (Provided by UEFA):

Group stage

Matchday Three: 6th October 2022

  • 6 Oct – 18:45 FC Zürich – PSV Eindhoven
  • 6 Oct – 18:45 HJK Helsinki – PFC Ludogorets 1945
  • 6 Oct – 18:45 Malmö FF – 1. FC Union Berlin
  • 6 Oct – 21:00 Arsenal FC – FK Bodø/Glimt
  • 6 Oct – 21:00 Stade Rennais FC – FC Dynamo Kyiv
  • 6 Oct – 21:00 Fenerbahçe SK – AEK Larnaca FC
  • 6 Oct – 21:00 AS Roma – Real Betis Balompié
  • 6 Oct – 21:00 SC Braga – R. Union Saint-Gilloise
  • 6 Oct – 18:45 FC Sheriff Tiraspol – Real Sociedad de Fútbol
  • 6 Oct – 18:45 Omonoia FC – Manchester United
  • 6 Oct – 18:45 SK Sturm Graz – S.S. Lazio
  • 6 Oct – 18:45 FK Crvena zvezda – Ferencvárosi TC
  • 6 Oct – 18:45 AS Monaco FC – Trabzonspor AS
  • 6 Oct – 21:00 FC Midtjylland – Feyenoord
  • 6 Oct – 21:00 SC Freiburg – FC Nantes
  • 6 Oct – 21:00 Olympiacos FC – Qarabağ FK

Matchday Four: 13th October 2022

  • 13 Oct – 18:45 FK Bodø/Glimt – Arsenal FC
  • 13 Oct – 18:45 AEK Larnaca FC – Fenerbahçe SK
  • 13 Oct – 18:45 FC Dynamo Kyiv – Stade Rennais FC
  • 13 Oct – 18:45 Real Betis Balompié – AS Roma
  • 13 Oct – 18:45 R. Union Saint-Gilloise – SC Braga
  • 13 Oct – 21:00 PSV Eindhoven – FC Zürich
  • 13 Oct – 21:00 PFC Ludogorets 1945 – HJK Helsinki
  • 13 Oct – 21:00 1. FC Union Berlin – Malmö FF
  • 13 Oct – 18:45 Feyenoord – FC Midtjylland
  • 13 Oct – 18:45 FC Nantes – SC Freiburg
  • 13 Oct – 18:45 Qarabağ FK – Olympiacos FC
  • 13 Oct – 21:00 Manchester United – Omonoia FC
  • 13 Oct – 21:00 Real Sociedad de Fútbol – FC Sheriff Tiraspol
  • 13 Oct – 21:00 S.S. Lazio – SK Sturm Graz
  • 13 Oct – 21:00 Trabzonspor AS – AS Monaco FC
  • 13 Oct – 21:00 Ferencvárosi TC – FK Crvena zvezda

Matchday Five: 27th October 2022

  • 27 Oct – 18:45 FC Zürich – FK Bodø/Glimt
  • 27 Oct – 18:45 PSV Eindhoven – Arsenal FC
  • 27 Oct – 18:45 AEK Larnaca FC – FC Dynamo Kyiv
  • 27 Oct – 18:45 Fenerbahçe SK – Stade Rennais FC
  • 27 Oct – 18:45 PFC Ludogorets 1945 – Real Betis Balompié
  • 27 Oct – 18:45 Malmö FF – R. Union Saint-Gilloise
  • 27 Oct – 18:45 1. FC Union Berlin – SC Braga
  • 27 Oct – 21:00 HJK Helsinki – AS Roma
  • 27 Oct – 18:45 S.S. Lazio – FC Midtjylland
  • 27 Oct – 21:00 Manchester United – FC Sheriff Tiraspol
  • 27 Oct – 21:00 Omonoia FC – Real Sociedad de Fútbol
  • 27 Oct – 21:00 SK Sturm Graz – Feyenoord
  • 27 Oct – 21:00 SC Freiburg – Olympiacos FC
  • 27 Oct – 21:00 FC Nantes – Qarabağ FK
  • 27 Oct – 21:00 FK Crvena zvezda – Trabzonspor AS
  • 27 Oct – 21:00 Ferencvárosi TC – AS Monaco FC

Matchday Six: 3rd November 2022

  • 3 Nov – 21:00 Arsenal FC – FC Zürich
  • 3 Nov – 21:00 FK Bodø/Glimt – PSV Eindhoven
  • 3 Nov – 21:00 FC Dynamo Kyiv – Fenerbahçe SK
  • 3 Nov – 21:00 Stade Rennais FC – AEK Larnaca FC
  • 3 Nov – 21:00 Real Betis Balompié – HJK Helsinki
  • 3 Nov – 21:00 AS Roma – PFC Ludogorets 1945
  • 3 Nov – 21:00 R. Union Saint-Gilloise – 1. FC Union Berlin
  • 3 Nov – 21:00 SC Braga – Malmö FF
  • 3 Nov – 18:45 Real Sociedad de Fútbol – Manchester United
  • 3 Nov – 18:45 FC Sheriff Tiraspol – Omonoia FC
  • 3 Nov – 18:45 FC Midtjylland – SK Sturm Graz
  • 3 Nov – 18:45 Feyenoord – S.S. Lazio
  • 3 Nov – 18:45 Olympiacos FC – FC Nantes
  • 3 Nov – 18:45 Qarabağ FK – SC Freiburg
  • 3 Nov – 18:45 Trabzonspor AS – Ferencvárosi TC
  • 3 Nov – 18:45 AS Monaco FC – FK Crvena zvezda

Knockout phase

  • Knockout round play-offs: 16 & 23 February
  • Round of 16: 9 & 16 March 2023
  • Quarter-finals: 13 & 20 April 2023
  • Semi-finals: 11 & 18 May 2023
  • Final: 31 May 2023

*All matches apart from the Final are due to take place on Thursdays. These matches will kick off at 5:45 PM BST and 8:00 PM BST.


Europa League 2022/23 Groups

UPDATE 26th August 2022: The groups have been revealed for the Europa League 2022-23 campaign! They can be found below.

  • Group A: Arsenal, PSV Eindhoven, Bodo/Glimt, FC Zurich
  • Group B: FC Dynamo Kyiv, Stade Rennais, Fenerbache, Larnaca
  • Group C: AS Roma, Ludogorets, Real Betis, HJK Helsinki
  • Group D: SC Braga, Malmo, Union Berlin, Union Saint-Gilloise
  • Group E: Manchester United, Real Sociedad, FC Sheriff, Omonoia
  • Group F: Lazio, Feyenoord, Midtjylland, Sturm Graz
  • Group G: Olympiacos, Qarabag, SC Freiburg, FC Nantes
  • Group H: Crvena Zvezda, AS Monaco, Ferencvarosi, Trabzonspor

When are the 2022/23 Europa League Draws?

The UEFA Europa League Q1 qualifying round draw at the UEFA headquarters on June 24, 2013 in Nyon, Switzerland.

Here are all the key dates for the competition (Provided by UEFA):

  • Knockout round play-off: Monday 7th November 2022
  • Round of 16: Friday 24th February 2023
  • Quarter-finals & Semi-finals: Friday 17th March 2023

Read More: UEFA Europa League Draw 22/23: How to watch, date, time, teams & everything you need to know


Fixtures

The UEFA Europa League draw room ahead to the UEFA Europa League Q1 and Q2 qualifying rounds draw at the UEFA headquarters on June 24, 2013 in Nyon, Switzerland

UPDATE 30th August 2022: The Europa League Group Stage fixtures have been revealed. Here they are in full (gathered from the official UEFA website). All the times are CET, but if you want to know GMT, it is just one hour earlier than shown down below:

Matchday 3

Thursday 6 October

  • Group A: Zürich vs PSV Eindhoven (18:45), Arsenal vs Bodø/Glimt (21:00)
  • Group B: Rennes vs Dynamo Kyiv (21:00), Fenerbahçe vs AEK Larnaca (21:00)
  • Group C: HJK Helsinki vs Ludogorets (18:45), Roma vs Real Betis (21:00)
  • Group D: Malmö vs Union Berlin (18:45), Braga vs St Gilloise (21:00)
  • Group E: Sheriff vs Real Sociedad (18:45), Omonoia vs Man United (18:45)
  • Group F: Sturm Graz vs Lazio (18:45), Midtjylland vs Feyenoord (21:00)
  • Group G: Freiburg vs Nantes (21:00), Olympiacos vs Qarabağ (21:00)
  • Group H: Crvena zvezda vs Ferencváros (18:45), Monaco vs Trabzonspor (18:45)

Matchday 4

Thursday 13 October

  • Group A: Bodø/Glimt vs Arsenal (18:45), PSV Eindhoven vs Zürich (21:00)
  • Group B: AEK Larnaca vs Fenerbahçe (18:45), Dynamo Kyiv vs Rennes (18:45)
  • Group C: Real Betis vs Roma (18:45), Ludogorets vs HJK Helsinki (21:00)
  • Group D: St Gilloise vs Braga (18:45), Union Berlin vs Malmö (21:00)
  • Group E: Man United vs Omonoia (21:00), Real Sociedad vs Sheriff (21:00)
  • Group F: Feyenoord vs Midtjylland (18:45), Lazio vs Sturm Graz (21:00)
  • Group G: Nantes vs Freiburg (18:45), Qarabağ vs Olympiacos (18:45)
  • Group H: Trabzonspor vs Monaco (21:00), Ferencváros vs Crvena zvezda (21:00)

Matchday 5

Thursday 27 October

  • Group A: Zürich vs Bodø/Glimt (18:45), PSV Eindhoven vs Arsenal (18:45)
  • Group B: AEK Larnaca vs Dynamo Kyiv (18:45), Fenerbahçe vs Rennes (18:45)
  • Group C: Ludogorets vs Real Betis (18:45), HJK Helsinki vs Roma (21:00)
  • Group D: Malmö vs St Gilloise (18:45), Union Berlin vs Braga (18:45)
  • Group E: Man United vs Sheriff (21:00), Omonoia vs Real Sociedad (21:00)
  • Group F: Lazio vs Midtjylland (18:45), Sturm Graz vs Feyenoord (21:00)
  • Group G: Freiburg vs Olympiacos (21:00), Nantes vs Qarabağ (21:00)
  • Group H: Crvena zvezda vs Trabzonspor (21:00), Ferencváros vs Monaco (21:00)

Matchday 6

Thursday 3 November

  • Group A: Arsenal vs Zürich (21:00), Bodø/Glimt vs PSV Eindhoven (21:00)
  • Group B: Dynamo Kyiv vs Fenerbahçe (21:00), Rennes vs AEK Larnaca (21:00)
  • Group C: Real Betis vs HJK Helsinki (21:00), Roma vs Ludogorets (21:00)
  • Group D: St Gilloise vs Union Berlin (21:00), Braga vs Malmö (21:00)
  • Group E: Real Sociedad vs Man United (18:45), Sheriff vs Omonoia (18:45)
  • Group F: Midtjylland vs Sturm Graz (18:45), Feyenoord vs Lazio (18:45)
  • Group G: Olympiacos vs Nantes (18:45), Qarabağ vs Freiburg (18:45)
  • Group H: Trabzonspor vs Ferencváros (18:45), Monaco vs Crvena zvezda (18:45)

Results

Timothy Chandler of Eintracht Frankfurt and Eintracht Frankfurt fans celebrate with the UEFA Europa League Trophy following their sides victory in the UEFA Europa League final match between Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers FC at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on May 18, 2022 in Seville, Spain.

Matchday Two

  • Group A: Bodø/Glimt 2-1 Zürich
  • Group B: Dynamo Kyiv 0-1 AEK Larnaca, Rennes 2-2 Fenerbahçe
  • Group C: Real Betis 3-2 Ludogorets, Roma 3-0 HJK Helsinki
  • Group D: St Gilloise 3-2 Malmö, Braga 1-0 Union Berlin
  • Group E: Real Sociedad 2-1 Omonoia, Sheriff 0-2 Man United
  • Group F: Midtjylland 5-1 Lazio, Feyenoord 6-0 Sturm Graz
  • Group G: Olympiacos 0-3 Freiburg, Qarabağ 3-0 Nantes
  • Group H: Trabzonspor 2-1 Crvena zvezda, Monaco 0-1 Ferencváros

Where will the 2022/23 Europa League Final take place?

A general view inside the stadium following the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group F match between Hungary and Portugal at Puskas Arena on June 15, 2021 in Budapest, Hungary.

The 2022/23 Europa League final will take place at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest, Hungary. It is an all-seater with a capacity of 67,215.


Upcoming UEFA Europa League finals

2024: Dublin Arena, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
2025: San Mamés Stadium, Bilbao, Spain


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