The UEFA Europa League swings back into action this week and UEFA.com is giving you the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the final in Bucharest on our official Facebook page.
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The UEFA Europa League round of 32 kicks off this week and to mark its return, we are giving away some great prizes, including a once-in-a-lifetime trip to this season's final in Bucharest.
For the rest of the competition, you can take part in a number of activities on the official UEFA Europa League Facebook page to win a host of prizes, including UEFA.com video centre passes, a UEFA Europa League official match ball, official UEFA Europa League merchandise and an amazing trip to the final in Bucharest.
Starting this week, you can enter your Facebook profile picture into our fan mosaic to have a chance of winning one of 1,000 UEFA.com video centre passes. 'Like' the Facebook page and click on the 'European adventures' tab down the left-hand side to get involved.
The beginning of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League knockout stages also sees the return of UEFA.com's MatchCentre with the usual array of impressive features.
The live attack indicator is an ever-changing bar which combines events such as corners, free-kicks, crosses into the penalty area, attempts on goal, clear chances, penalties and goals to provide a live indication of how the match is progressing. Our comparison portlet, which enables you to compare a host of facts about the teams and individuals involved in any particular game, will be available along with offsides, attempts on target and attempts off target.
Our MatchCentre editors will supply expert commentary, context and colour throughout, while reporters at every UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League fixture between now and May's finals will bring you news direct from the stadiums. We will also deliver flash quotes from players and coaches after the final whistle.
Live commentary and instant updates from all the venues as well as polls, photos and videos will further enrich your match night experience. You can also have your say on the official UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League Facebook pages and Twitter.
You can choose the full range of MatchCentre portlets – commentary, match stats, team lineups, standings, player info, photos, videos, live scores and player comparisons – for the ultimate live experience. Alternatively, you can customise the MatchCentre, including the TV companion mode which allows our real-time data and analysis to complement your viewing of the game.
Accessible via the UEFA.com, UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League homepages, the MatchCentre will open at 17.15CET this week because of the early fixtures in Russia. It will remain open until 24.00CET, when video highlights will be available. We will also run a similar service for the UEFA Europa League, from 17.45CET on Thursday.