The 2018–19 UEFA Europa League is the 48th season of Europe's secondary club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the 10th season since it was renamed from the UEFA Cup to the UEFA Europa League. The final will be played at the Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan. The winners of the 2018–19 UEFA Europa League will earn the right to play against the winners of the 2018–19 UEFA Champions League in the 2019 UEFA Super Cup. They will also automatically qualify for the 2019–20 UEFA Champions League

Europa League winner from 2017-18. Top four sides from associations ranked 1st to 4th by UEFA (Spain, Germany, England, Italy). Top two sides from associations ranked 5th to 6th by EUFA (France, Russia). Champions of associations ranked 7th to 10th by UEFA (Portugal, Ukraine, Belgium, Turkey). IF the team which wins the Champions League in the 2017-18 season also qualifies via their domestic league, then their place will be given to the champions of the association ranked 11th by UEFA - Czech Republic.  And if the Carabao Cup winners have also qualified for Europe, the team in seventh will make it. England will be represented by Arsenal , Chelsea and Burnley in the Europa League next season. Arsenal and Chelsea will begin their campaign in the group stage. Burnley will start in the second qualifying round, meaning they will have to play three knockout ties to reach the groups.

Arsenal have qualified for the last 32 of the Europa League. Having won their first three matches in Group H, Arsene Wenger's side needed only one more win to be assured of their passage into the knockout rounds. Red Star Belgrade, much like two weeks ago, proved tough opposition and enjoyed the better of the first half before holding back a late Gunners surge for a share of the spoils.  James Benge. Thursday 2 November 2017 23:03. {{#singleComment}}{{value}} comment{{/singleComment}}{{^singleComment}}{{value}} comments{{/singleComment}}. Click to follow ES Sport. Receive Arsenal updates. In Pictures | Arsenal vs Red Star Belgrade | 02/11/2017. 18 show all. In Pictures | Arsenal vs Red Star Belgrade | 02/11/2017.

Arsenal moved one step closer to finishing in the top spot in Group E of the UEFA Europa League with a scoreless draw against Sporting. The result saw the Gunners secure a top-two spot in the group and a ticket for the next round. The hosts started well but lost all momentum when Danny Welbeck suffered a gruesome injury that saw him carried off the pitch on a stretcher. After a lengthy stoppage the match petered out, with few chances to speak of for either side.  They lead Sporting by three points. Qarabag beat Vorskla in the other Group E contest, so Arsenal have qualified for the next round. Arsenal Should Offer Welbeck New Deal Despite Injury Record. The result of this match seemed almost secondary after the final whistle, with many turning their attention to the horrible injury Welbeck suffered in the first half. The England international came down on his ankle and immediately went down in a heap.

Still, Arsenal have officially qualified for the knockout stages of the Europa League because Vorskla were beaten 1-0 by Qarabag. 94: Rob Holding is a touch fortunate to get away with gifting possession to Boges Cabral. He finds Bruno Fernandes but Maitland-Niles recovers. Arsenal vs Sporting Lisbon: Europa League LIVE scores, goals and updates (Image: PA). Arsenal vs Sporting Lisbon: Europa League LIVE scores, goals and updates (Image: PA). 92: Aaron Ramsey provokes moans and groans from Arsenal fans when needlessly trying to scoop the ball over a defender. He’s lost possession but the ball c

-Arsenal are assured a place in the Europa round of 32 matches despite been held at home to a goalless draw by Red Star Belgrade. A total of 24 matches were played across various centers in Thursday’s UEFA Europa league. With only two round of matches left to play in the group stage, Arsenal FC of England, despite playing a boring stalemate at home to Red Star Belgrade, are already guaranteed a place in the next round of matches but can still qualify top of their group if they beat their opponents, Cologne in the match day 5 game coming up on the. 23rd of November.  The defeat means they crash out of Europe all together and will have to focus their energies on climbing out of relegation zone in the premier league. READ ALSO: Christiano Ronaldo won’t sign new Real Madrid deal. The full results from Thursday’s games are shown below

Arsenal qualified for the last 32 of the Europa League after a match marred by forward Danny Welbeck suffering what appeared to be a serious ankle injury. The Gunners were held to a goalless draw by Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon at Emirates Stadium to join Chelsea in the next phase. Sporting ended the game with 10 men when ex-Barcelona defender Jeremy Mathieu was shown a straight red card after fouling Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang when he was clean through on goal – although the hosts could not find a winner. But the fixture was overshadowed by the injury to England international Welbeck, who w

Alexandre Lacazette points the way in Arsenal’s Europa League run-out against Qarabag. Read more. Facebook.  Hello. Here’s how things lie: Arsenal have already won Group E and Qarabag already know this is their last match in this season’s Europa League no matter what happens today. The best the visitors can aspire to is a result that restores some self-respect after their last match ended in their heaviest ever home defeat in Europe, a 6-1 clobbering by Sporting Lisbon.

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The UEFA Europa League continued last night, and London rivals, Arsenal and Chelsea both qualified for the round of 32 of the competition. The Gunners booked their spot in the round of 32, despite a goalless draw with Sporting Lisbon at The Emirates. The result kept Unai Emery’s men top of Group G with 10points, while Sporting have seven. Vorskla and Qarabag have three points each, with two rounds of games to be played. Chelsea also progressed, thanks to a narrow 1-0 win over BATE Borisov in Belarus. Olivier Giroud scored the only goal, to seal passage into the next round for Maurizio Sarri’s

The UEFA Europa League continued last night, and London rivals, Arsenal and Chelsea both qualified for the round of 32 of the competition. The Gunners booked their spot in the round of 32, despite a goalless draw with Sporting Lisbon at The Emirates. The result kept Unai Emery’s men top of Group G with 10points, while Sporting have seven. Vorskla and Qarabag have three points each, with two rounds of games to be played. Chelsea also progressed, thanks to a narrow 1-0 win over BATE Borisov in Belarus. Olivier Giroud scored the only goal, to seal passage into the next round for Maurizio Sarri’s

Arsenal were perhaps unlucky to lose this game, which they dominated in terms of possession and chances, without quite threatening as much as they should.  So this was still a night of raucous celebration for them. If they win in Belgrade in two weeks’ time they can still qualify for the last-32. Which, for a fan-base so starved of European football, is nothing trivial. The first half, it must be said, was not a classic. The FC Koln fans were exceptional, providing exactly the special atmosphere Per Mertesacker predicted in his pre-match press conference on Wednesday afternoon. For them this was a big match, hosting Arsenal after so long out of Europe. The noise belied the low stakes of the game itself. Jack Wilshere failed to assert his influenc

After Man Utd's UEFA Europa League win we look at who will be playing in next season's UEFA competitions. Related Articles. Club News United are Europa League winners External Link. Club News Mourinho proud of Europa League success External Link. News European qualification for UEFA competitions explained. Manchester United's UEFA Europa League win over Ajax on Wednesday night means that the Premier League will have five clubs in the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League.  Arsenal's place in next season's UEFA Europa League group stage is confirmed by their fifth-place finish in the Premier League and will not be affected by their FA Cup Final against Chelsea. They will be joined in that competition by Everton, should Ronald Koeman's side progress past the third qualifying round, starting on 17 July. The maximum number of English teams in UEFA competitions is seven. Club.

UEFA has moved Arsenal's Europa League game against FC Vorskla from Poltava to Kiev because of "security concerns." Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images. 12dMattias Karen.  Arsenal qualified for the Europa League knockout stages after a 0-0 draw at the Emirates that was overshadowed by Danny Welbeck's leg injury. KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images. 30dLiam Twomey.

Arsenal and Chelsea have qualified for the Europa League round of 32. The Gunners booked their spot, despite a goalless draw with Sporting Lisbon at The Emirates. The result kept Unai Emery’s men top of Group G with 10points, while Sporting have seven. Vorskla and Qarabag have three points each, with two rounds of games to be played. Chelsea also progressed, thanks to a narrow 1-0 win over BATE Borisov in Belarus. Olivier Giroud scored the only goal, to seal passage into the next round for Maurizio Sarri’s men. Bayer Leverkusen beat FC Zurich 1-0 and Dinamo Zagreb saw off Spartak Trnava 3-1 to

Europa League second qualifying round. *Subject to change. So, the general rule is that the top five league positions and two domestic cup winners enter European competition the following season as England's representatives. However, it is not always straightforward and, depending on who wins the cups, teams further down the league can benefit. What if the FA Cup winner finishes in the European spots?  Arsenal have endured a difficult season and a top-four finish is beyond them, but they could still qualify for the Champions League by winning the Europa League. Even though they are on course of a sixth-place finish in the league, the Gunners are already set to qualify for the Europa League due to the aforementioned domestic success of other teams. However, should they earn a place in the Champions League, that Europa League spot would subsequently move down the table.

- Arsenal have qualified for the knockout stage of the Europa League with a game in hand. - The North London outfit qualified despite losing 1-0 to Koln. - They also top Group H in the process. Despite having a game in hand, Premier League giants Arsenal have finished group H as table toppers, and have secured qualification for the knockout phase of the Europa league despite losing 1 - 0 to German side Koln. Arsene Wenger's men as usual dominated play in the first half of the encounter but were particularly wasteful in front of goal. Arsenal qualify for EUROPA League knockout stage despit

Arsenal secured top spot in their Europa League group as a much-changed side coasted to Europa League victory against Vorskla Poltava.  Arsenal answered their critics and kept their season alive with a 2-0 Europa League win at AC Milan. We look at how they did it Football. New-look Suso Arsenal's biggest threat. A rejuvenated Suso will be Arsenal's main danger when they face Milan in the first leg of their Europa League last-16 tie. Home. Sports.

Arsenal qualify for Europa League last 32. Giroud and Wilshere miss best Gunners chances. Result: Lyon 3-0 Everton. Everton knocked out of Europa League. Schneiderlin sent off for second time this season. Martina taken off on stretcher in neck brace. Live Reporting.  Everton are out. Arsenal are through. That's the story of today. Thanks for joining us. Article Reactions. Like.

In our first-ever semifinal in our new stadium, our lads beat Arsenal and qualified for the UEFA Europa League final in Lyon! The match started off beautifully with a great union between the team and the fans. Diego Costa, the only goalscorer of the night, was a constant threat for the Arsenal defense. Time and time again, he created numerous dangerous opportunities for our side. After several attempts, our goal finally came in the last play of the first half. A great Antoine Griezmann ball found Costa and the striker scored the only goal of the night. In the second half, we kept putting on th

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