What UEFA Europa League Events are on TV?

How to Watch UEFA Europa League on TV & Stream

Here we will provide you with up-to-date TV and streaming information for the UEFA Europa League. Check out the schedule below to find out how to watch upcoming live events on TV.

Group A

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1West Ham UnitedWest Ham United6501+615
3Olympiakos PiraeusOlympiakos Piraeus6213-37
4Bačka TopolaBačka Topola6015-131
Qualification for Conference League

Group B

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1Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton & Hove Albion6411+513
2Olympique MarseilleOlympique Marseille6321+411
4AEK AthensAEK Athens6114-64
Qualification for Conference League

Group C

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1Rangers F.C.Rangers F.C.6321+211
2Sparta PrahaSparta Praha6312+210
3Real BetisReal Betis6303+29
Qualification for Conference League

Group D

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2Sporting CPSporting CP6321+411
3Sturm GrazSturm Graz6114-54
4Raków CzęstochowaRaków Częstochowa6114-74
Qualification for Conference League

Group E

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3Union Saint-GilloiseUnion Saint-Gilloise6222-38
Qualification for Conference League

Group F

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3Maccabi HaifaMaccabi Haifa6123-65
Qualification for Conference League

Group G

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1Slavia PrahaSlavia Praha6501+1315
Qualification for Conference League

Group H

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1Bayer LeverkusenBayer Leverkusen6600+1618
4BK HäckenBK Häcken6006-140
Qualification for Conference League

There are no upcoming events for UEFA Europa League, please visit tvsports.in for all scheduled events.

Sat, Jun 15, 2024

Europa League is the second-tier continental football tournament in Europe where some of the best teams are competing every year. The competition was previously known as the UEFA Cup but changed to its current name in 2009. Real Madrid, Liverpool, Juventus and other European giants have won this prestigious tournament throughout the history. If you like football, high-skilled players and stadiums filled with fans this is the tournament for you. As always, you’ll be able to use Tvsports.in in order to get information on when and where to watch the UEFA Europa League live on TV or stream. Use the Europa League TV-schedule above and find the game you would like to watch!

Europa League – History and tournament structure

The Europa League, or the UEFA Cup as it was called then, had its premiere back in 1971. It’s held every year and runs from august to may. The tournament starts with a qualification phase where teams from all over Europe that’ve been qualifying through their domestic leagues will get a chance to book their spot in the upcoming season’s competition. When the qualification games are played 48 teams will progress to the highly interesting group stage where 12 groups of four teams are drawn. The two best teams from each group will later advance to the Playoff stages where eight third-placed teams from the UEFA Champions League group stage also will join. The tournament then continues in a knock-out format leading up to the big final, which is usually held in the end of May one week before the Champions League final. Every knock-out stage except the final is played in a best-of-two-games series, where the teams face each other one time at home and one time away.

Qualifying stage – Jul, Aug
Group stage – Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
Knock-out stage – Feb, Mar, Apr, May
Final – May

Even if the Europa League is the second-tier tournament, after the Champions League, there’s a great intensity and prestige in the competition. Since the largest clubs are playing in the Champions League, the Europa League has become a tournament where the clubs that’re just behind the most successful ones have a chance of competing for a trophy. A great example of this is the success that Sevilla has had in recent years. The club from the southern part of Spain has managed to bring home the trophy six times(!) since their first in 2006.

The Europa League final is always held at a pre-determined venue. It’s a one-off match where the play goes into extra time and penalties to decide a champion if the score should be tied after 90 minutes. The winner of the Europa League will play against the winner of the Champions League in the UEFA Super Cup, a match for the title as the best European club football team.


With its long history and unforgettable games, the Europa League has some records that’re worth mentioning. Sevilla is a team strongly connected to the Europa League because of their great success in recent years. In 2006 they won their first ever Europa League title and since then it has been a remarkable journey to witness where they have managed to pick up not less than five additional trophies, making them the most successful club in the history of the Europa League/UEFA Cup. Most successful clubs in the Europa League
1. Sevilla – 6 titles
2. Inter, Juventus, Liverpool, Atletico Madrid – 3 titles
3. Borussia Monchengladbach, Tottenham, Feyenoord, IFK Gothenburg, Real Madrid, Parma, Chelsea, Porto – 2 titles Most successful nations in the Europa League
1. Spain – 12 titles
2. England, Italy – 9 titles
3. Germany – 6 titles Most successful player in the Europa League – José Antonio Reyes, 5 titles

Indian players in the Europa League

Gurpreet Singh Sanhu is the name of the first Indian football player to ever make an appearance in the UEFA Europa League. His performance came back in 2016 when he started a game for his Norwegian side, Stabæk. Sanhu, who’s a goalkeeper with experience from the Indian national team, played 30 minutes in Stabæk’s game against Connah's Quay Nomads F.C. before he got injured. He’s later admitted that even though he got substituted due to a broken arm he couldn’t stop smiling knowing he was the first Indian player to have played in the Europa League.
Gurpreet Singh Sanhu stayed in Norway for three years before he moved back to India and started to represent Bengaluru in the Indian Super League.

Where can I watch the Europa League on TV and stream?

The Europa League is a massive football tournament and it’s followed by fans and football lovers from all over the world. The games are usually played at Thursday evenings, European time, which makes it a bit tricky for Indian viewers.
Even though the kick-off times might be a bit off for people watching from India it can be well worth watching. The Europa League offers some of the best football and players there are. For all of you watching from India it’s the Sony Network that takes care of the broadcasting. Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 3, Sony Six or the live streaming platform Sony Liv are the different channels and streams to use if you want to watch the Europa League. If you’re not sure which channel or live stream that’s showing your game of choice use Tvsports.in and get access to a full Europa League TV-schedule on your computer, phone and tablet. By using the match list above you’ll make sure you never miss a Europa League game again!