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‘We’ve just begun’: A guide to the Europa League final – Part II

2/13 The Europa League Final will take place on 22 August, the final day of the tournament.

It will be played on a 4-team format with the top four advancing to the final.

In the first leg, the winner will face the winners of the Champions League and Europa League groups.

Here’s what you need to know ahead of the final matchday.

GETTY IMAGES 3/13 UEFA has announced that the Europa Leagues Final will be the first final since 2005, and that the final will be a replay of the previous Champions League final, between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in 2005.

UEFA president Michel Platini was in attendance to announce the change, while UEFA CEO Michel Platinis, UEFA Vice-President Jérôme Valcke and UEFA president Christian Brabandt also attended.

“We have already received an overwhelming response from fans in many countries around the world and have to do all that we can to give you the best possible game on the pitch, the most exciting atmosphere, the best of all possible situations,” Platini said.

UEFA has been asked to provide a detailed description of the format of the Europa final, and has promised to provide the details within the next few days.

Getty Images 4/13 Barcelona will play Real Madrid in the final Getty Images 5/13 Sevilla will play Manchester City in the second leg Getty Images 6/13 Atletico Madrid will play Lazio in the third leg Getty 7/13 Inter will play Benfica in the fourth leg Getty 8/13 Atlético Madrid will face Lazio on penalties Getty 9/13 Real Madrid will take on Atlétic in the last 16 of the 2018-19 UEFA Europa League Getty 10/13 Arsenal will face Liverpool in the Champions Cup semi-final Getty 11/13 Chelsea will face Bayern Munich Getty 12/13 Borussia Dortmund will face Manchester City Getty 13/13 Manchester City will play Bayern Munich.

GET THE STUFF 1/13 Neymar will take the field against Atlética Getty 2/