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UEFA Europa League statistics handbook

Covering everything from a season itinerary to key facts and figures and all-time records, the UEFA Europa League stats handbook is a truly comprehensive guide.

Sevilla lift the trophy for the seventh time in Budapest in 2023
Sevilla lift the trophy for the seventh time in Budapest in 2023 Getty Images

An online publication that will be updated throughout the campaign, the handbook is split into three sections ranging from club and player records to details on every UEFA Europa League final and an all-time records section that takes into account statistics from the old UEFA Cup.

Facts and figures
Check out key stats from the competition going back to its inaugural 2009/10 campaign. Tournament rankings by both club and country; all-time player appearances and goalscorers; and records from the group and knockout stages – to name but six of the categories involved.

José Antonio Reyes of record-breakers Sevilla
José Antonio Reyes of record-breakers Sevilla©Sportsfile

Get full results and match information from the finals, including statistics related to the winning coaches, captains and sides, the youngest and oldest players, attendances and nations represented in finals.

All-time records: 1971–2023
Covering the UEFA Cup from its inception in 1971 to the tournament's 2009 rebranding as the UEFA Europa League and up to the present day, these comprehensive lists span club rankings, player appearances and goalscorers. Which club is the most successful in the competition's history? Who has made the most appearances? And who has scored the most goals? The answers are here.

View this season's statistics, matches and clubs.