Two clubs with eight Europa League crowns between them meet in the 2019/20 final, as Antonio Conte's Inter Milan lock horns with record winners Sevilla.

It's been a debut season to remember for the ex-Chelsea boss, who led the Nerazzurri to their best Serie A finish, second, since 2011 and would love to crown it with a trophy.

Conte has reinforced his squad with a number of former Premier League stars, with Ashley Young, Alexis Sanchez, Victor Moses and Christian Eriksen all enjoying productive first seasons in Milan.


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But it's been the form of ex-Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku that has really caught the eye. The Belgian has scored in a record ten successive Europa League outings and seems a player reborn after a turbulent spell at Old Trafford.

Their opponents, Sevilla, are 20 games unbeaten in all competitions, winning eight of the last nine and hitting form at just the right time. 

They were impressive when seeing off an in-form Roma in the last 16 and displayed patience and resolve to beat back-to-back Premier League opposition in Wolves and then Man Utd to reach the final. 

Will Conte mark his first season in charge with a trophy or can Sevilla extend their record as the competition's most successful club?

When is the Europa League final?

More than a year after the competition started, the 2019/20 Europa League will be decided on Friday 21 August at the Rhein Energie Stadion in Cologne, Germany.

What time is the Europa League final?

BT Sport's exclusive live coverage of the showpiece event gets underway at 7pm with build up, insight and analysis from our stellar panel of European football experts ahead of kick-off at 8pm.

What TV channel is the Europa League final on?

We're live on BT Sport 1HD and on BT Sport Ultimate.

BT Sport Ultimate uses the latest streaming technology to bring you closer to the action. With events showing in HDR, 4K and 4K HDR, you’ll get the best pictures possible on your device.

How can I watch the Europa League final for free?

There are a number of ways to watch the Europa League final for free, on TV, mobile devices and games consoles. Read on for full details.

How to watch the Europa League final on digital devices

How to watch the Europa League final digitally with BT Sport

BT Sport app (mobile, tablet, smart TVs and consoles)

Anyone can watch the Europa League final for free with the award-winning BT Sport app on mobiles, tablets, selected smart devices and games consoles.

A link to the live stream will be available at the top of the homepage when our coverage gets underway at 7pm.

With the enhanced video player featuring an interactive timeline, multi-camera functionality, 360° live streaming and highlights, watching on mobiles or tablets truly offers the most immersive viewing experience for the Europa League final.

BT Sport subscribers, meanwhile, can enjoy all the action in stunning 4K HDR.

The BT Sport app is available to download for free and offers far more than just live streaming, with a huge catalogue of premium video and brilliant editorial features. (laptop, mobile and tablet)

The Europa League final will also be available for free on for laptop viewers, again via the acclaimed enhanced video player.

All you have to do is open this live stream page at 7pm. Once you've checked out the latest form and line-ups, you can hit 'Watch Live' to get straight to the heart of the action.

If you'd prefer to watch on your phone or tablet but don't want to download the BT Sport app, you can watch all the action for free on with our standard web mobile player right here.

*The Europa League final will be shown in 4K HDR. Anyone intending to watch in 4K HDR will need a BT Sport subscription and the BT Sport app on mobile, tablet, Samsung Smart TVs (2015 onwards), Apple TV 4K, Xbox One (X and S) or PlayStation 4.

**The Europa League final will be shown in VR360 on the BT Sport app on mobiles and tablets.

***The BT Sport app will show the final for free on the following large-screen platforms/devices and games consoles: Samsung Smart TVs (2015 onwards), Apple TV 4K, Chromecast Ultra, Xbox One (X and S) and Playstation 4.

Combined UEFA Cup/Europa League trophies won by Sevilla and Inter

How to watch the Europa League final on TV set-top boxes

Again, there are a number of ways to watch the Europa League final on TV set-top boxes. 

BT TV customers can tune in on channel 431 (HD) or 433 (4K UHD). On Sky, customers should go to channel 414 (HD), while non-customers can add BT Sport to their TV subscription.

The action will also be free to watch on Virgin Media set-top boxes on channel 100 (HD) or 532 (4K UHD).

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What if I can't watch the Europa League final live?

No problem. A highlights package of the clash will be made available to all shortly after the game on both the BT Sport app and We'll also publish in-game clips throughout the 90 minutes.

A full replay of the match will be accessible on all digital devices immediately after the live broadcast concludes.

There will also be several opportunities to watch the match in full on TV and online after the event. For more information on the latest listings, check out our TV Guide.

What other live football does BT Sport show?

As well as the finals of the Champions League and Europa League, BT Sport remains the home of European club football for the 2020/21 season.

We'll also be bringing you live matches from the Premier League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and much more next season.

For full details of BT Sport's upcoming live football schedule, check out our What's on BT Sport page.