UEFA EUROGLASION, Spain – EUROGlasmion – Europa League Winners and Losers, the UEFA Europa League and Eurostar competitions will be held on Friday, August 5.
Eurosport, the leading sports channel, will broadcast the games from their headquarters in Lisbon.
The first group stage will be played on Friday at 6.00pm, followed by a third group stage match at 6:00pm on Saturday.
The last group stage is on Saturday at 2.00am.
The top two teams will progress to the group stage and play the next two group stages.
The two remaining group stage matches are on Sunday at 6am.
All matches are scheduled to be shown live on UEFA.com, UEFA.tv and UEFA.co.uk.
The UEFA EUROCAST will also broadcast the first group stages on Friday.
The games will be shown in the UEFA EUROSport app, the Eurostar app, UEFA’s official YouTube channel, the FIFA App and on UEFA’s website.
The live stream is available on UEFA TV, UEFA TV App and UEFA Sports apps.
The group stage for Group A will be on Friday 6.45pm, with the final match being played at 7.45am.
For the group stages for Group B, UEFA has set a different format to the last group stages in 2014, as it will be a semi-finals match between the teams with the best records.
This will be followed by the semi-final on Sunday 6.30am.
If the teams have not played a semi final, they will be given the opportunity to play in a first leg against a third-placed side, who will be selected by the UEFA Executive Committee.
The group stage ends on Sunday 7.00.
In the group B game, the winner of the first leg of the group is guaranteed a place in the quarter-finals of the Europa League, while the winner in the second leg is guaranteed to advance.
The winners of the two semi-finals will then be eliminated from the Europa league, while in the other group stage, the runners-up will be invited to a second leg.
The remaining group stages will be the next stage of the qualifying phase, and the Europa Super Cup will be awarded to the teams that have made the most progress in qualifying.
The Europa Super cup is awarded to two teams from the top two of each group stage of each tournament.
The next group stage to be played is the group D.
The competition will be divided into eight groups of four teams each, with each group playing a quarter-final and semi-quarterfinal match.
The final will be staged on Saturday, August 6, at 7:00am CET.
If one or more teams qualifies for the group A and B games, they are seeded into a third qualifying round which will be decided by UEFA’s executive committee.
This will be done in the following format:The first-placed team will be guaranteed a berth in the group play-offs.
The team that advances to the quarter finals of the competition will then face the winner’s team, while second-placed teams are seeded in the final.
The quarter-round will be hosted on Friday 12.00 CET, followed immediately by the semifinals on Saturday 12.30 CET.
The final will take place on Sunday 14.00 ET.
The fourth group stage kicks off on Sunday 15.00 BST.
The knockout stage is scheduled to begin on Saturday 23.00 GMT, with UEFA’s Executive Committee voting for the winner from the knockout group stage.
The winner of that group will advance to the next round of the UEFA Champions League.
The semifinals and final will begin on Sunday 24.00 UTC.