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Europa League fixtures on TV – how to watch live games, semi-finals schedule and more

Europa League fixtures will be shown live on TV throughout 2020/21 and we've got all the schedule information you need.

Europa League TV

The Europa League is down to four teams, with two Premier League sides aiming to make the final an all-English affair.

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Manchester City and Chelsea have already reached the Champions League final, and now Manchester United and Arsenal have the chance to set up a Europa League final date with each other for the end of May.

United defeated Roma – who will be managed by Jose Mourinho from next season onwards – in a thrilling contest at Old Trafford. The Red Devils won 6-2 and have all but sealed their place in the final showpiece game.

Elsewhere, Arsenal’s lacklustre season continued with a dismal 2-1 defeat to Villarreal in the first leg of their semi-final tie.

Mikel Arteta’s men take an away goal into the home leg, but know that anything less than a win would see them knocked out of the tournament.

Check out our comprehensive Europa League guide below, with regularly updated match previews and TV information to help you watch every moment.

How to watch Europa League on TV

Every Europa League match will be shown live on BT Sport across its full range of channels.

There are multiple ways to get BT Sport. If you already have BT Broadband, you can add BT TV and Sport to your existing contract from just £15 per month. You can add the ‘Big Sport’ package for £40 per month which includes all BT Sport and 11 Sky Sports channels via a NOW TV pass.

Live stream Europa League online

You can watch matches with a BT Sport monthly pass without signing up to a contract.

Regular subscribers can also stream games via the BT Sport website or BT Sport app on a variety of devices including laptops, smartphones and tablets.

Europa League fixtures on TV

UK teams only.

Semi-finals – second leg

Thursday 6th May

Arsenal v Villarreal (8pm) BT Sport 3

Roma v Man Utd (8pm) BT Sport 2

When is the Europa League final?

The final will take place on Wednesday 26th May 2021 with an assumed kick-off time of 8pm.

It will be held at the Gdansk Stadium in Gdansk, Poland – home to Lechia Gdansk.

Europa League results

Matchday 1

Thursday 22nd October

Rapid Vienna 1-2 Arsenal

Standard Liege 0-2 Rangers

Leicester 3-0 Zorya Luhansk

Tottenham 3-0 LASK

Celtic 1-3 AC Milan

Matchday 2

Thursday 29th October

Antwerp 1-0 Tottenham

Standard Liege 0-2 Rangers

Arsenal 0-3 Dundalk

AEK Athens 1-2 Leicester

Celtic 2-2 Lille

Matchday 3

Thursday 5th November

Ludogorets 1-3 Tottenham

Benfica 3-3 Rangers

Arsenal 4-1 Molde

Leicester 4-0 Braga

Celtic 1-4 Sparta Prague

Matchday 4

Thursday 26th November

Braga 3-3 Leicester

Molde 0-3 Arsenal

Sparta Prague 4-1 Celtic

Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

Rangers 2-2 Benfica

Matchday 5

Thursday 3rd December

Zorya Luhansk 1-0 Leicester

LASK 3-3 Tottenham

AC Milan 4-2 Celtic

Arsenal 4-1 Rapid Wien

Rangers 3-2 Standard Liege

Matchday 6

Thursday 10th December

Dundalk 2-4 Arsenal

Lech Poznan 0-2 Rangers

Leicester 2-0 AEK Athens

Tottenham 2-0 Antwerp

Celtic 3-2 Lille

Thursday 18th February

Wolfsberg 1-4 Tottenham

Real Sociedad 0-4 Man Utd

Slavia Prague 0-0 Leicester

Benfica 1-1 Arsenal

Antwerp 3-4 Rangers

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For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Premier League fixtures on TV Guide.

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