2015/16 UEFA Europa League by numbers

Sevilla are the first five-time winners and the only side to claim three in a row, Daniel Carriço reached a landmark and Club Brugge made it 20 in a row: UEFA.com does the math.

3: Sevilla are the first team to win this competition three years in a row.

5: Sevilla won the UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League for a fifth time having already set a new record of five final appearances: Liverpool, like Juventus and Internazionale Milano, have the next highest tally of three victories.

7: Midtjylland went through with seven points; the fifth time that has been enough to qualify for the round of 32.

10: Athletic Club's Aritz Aduriz was competition proper top scorer with ten goals.

11: Seasons it has taken Sevilla to win five trophies; it was 49 years between their European debut and the first of those successes.

13: Augsburg became the 13th German club to appear in the UEFA Europa League group stage – more than any other nation (Mainz will be the 14th next season).

15: Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet was the only player to appear in the maximum of 15 games in the competition proper.

17: Seconds into the second half when Kevin Gameiro equalised in the final.

Napoli join 100% club
Napoli join 100% club

18: Napoli became the sixth team to manage a maximum 18 points in the group stage, scoring a record 22 goals and conceding only three. They equalled the winning margin of 11 points set by Zenit in 2010/11.

20: This was the 20th consecutive season that Club Brugge have competed in the UEFA Cup or UEFA Europa League. The next highest figure is nine (PAOK from 1997/98 to 2005/06).

Skënderbeu surprise Sporting CP
Skënderbeu surprise Sporting CP

38: Skënderbeu were the first team to reach the UEFA Europa League group stage from Albania, the 38th nation to be represented there.

54: Daniel Carriço of Sevilla became the first man to make 50 appearances in the UEFA Europa League proper in the second leg of the round of 32 at Molde. After the final, he is now up to 54.

191: In all, 191 teams took part this season – 102 of them starting in the first qualifying round and eight, including Sevilla, entering in the round of 32 following the UEFA Champions League group stage.

1,229: Goals scored in the competition, 693 in qualifying and 536 from the group stage on. Of those, nine were in extra time.

65,190: Borussia Dortmund's third qualifying round second leg at home to Wolfsberg of Austria was watched by a new qualifying record crowd for this competition.

Coutinho silences Old Trafford
Coutinho silences Old Trafford

75,180: The attendance for the second leg of Manchester United's round of 16 tie with Liverpool at Old Trafford – a new UEFA Europa League record.

6,500,000: Sevilla will receive a €6.5m bonus for winning the title in addition to previous bonuses from earlier in the competition and their market pool share, a new revenue distribution bringing a 65% increase in that prize money.

6,746,192: The total number of people that watched the 475 matches including qualifying – the highest aggregate crowd in the competition's history.

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