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As European football’s second club competition, the Europa League brings the continent’s lesser-known teams together for a shot at European glory.
The Europa League is an exciting mix of former footballing powerhouses chasing their glory days, small sides who’ve finished strongly in their domestic league, and continental giants which have crashed out of the Champions League at the group stage.
Surprise results, miracle runs and big-name shocks await in a tournament that often serves up the most interesting football on the continent. Along with the privilege of lifting the Europa League trophy, the victors also qualify for the next season of the Champions League.
Our expert tipsters delve into all the data to deliver their predictions ahead of each round of fixtures. From trophy lifters to match winners, total corners and more, we provide Europa League predictions for a whole range of betting markets.
Be sure to check out our Europa League previews prior to kick-off for all the latest information, team news and more.
Our expert tipsters post a wide range of betting tips ahead of each round of European fixtures. These often include tips from Europa League matches – particularly on Thursday nights, when most games are played during the group stages and knockouts.
The Europa League is immensely popular with punters. That’s partly because Europa League fixtures tend to clash with very little else in the usual weekly football schedule – with many games played on a Thursday evening. This provides the perfect opportunity to pick up some accumulators and multiples from the same tournament.
Our Europa League betting tips, previews and score predictions are posted 24 hours before the matches start – with additional tips being posted in the run-up to kick-off.
You can track all of our latest Europa League predictions here or keep up to date with all of the latest from Football Tips on Twitter.
The Europa League has existed since 2009, when the former UEFA Cup and UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup merged to form a new tournament.
However, the competition goes back much further. The first UEFA Cup kicked off in the 1971/72 season, when Spurs triumphed in an all-English final with Wolves. Over the following decades, no single team dominated the tournament – though the likes of Real Madrid, IFK Göteburg and Borussia Mönchengladbach have claimed multiple titles.
Serie A teams have also had their fair share of success, particularly in the 1990s when all but one final featured at least one Italian side.
La Liga’s Sevilla were the team to beat during the 2000s, chalking up five wins from 2006 to 2016. Actually, Sevilla holds the record for the most UEFA Europa League titles, having won the competition six times since its inception.