Wolves - Sevilla: time, date and where the UEFA Europa League is played

We tell you the schedule, the venue and the stadium where the match between Wolverhampton and Sevilla corresponding to the quarterfinals of the Europa League will be played.


The second European top competition was back in action after more than 140 days off. The coronavirus crisis caught the Europa League in the middle of the round of 16 and, similarly to the Champions League, it had to modify its competition format.

Sevilla beat Roma 2-0 in the round of 16 match of the competition, which was already played in a single match in Duisburg. The goals of Reguilón and En-Nesyri certified the pass in a round match for the Sevilla team, who want to win their sixth trophy in this competition.

Date and time: when will Wolves - Sevilla of the Europa League quarterfinals be played?

The match between Sevilla and Wolves corresponding to the quarterfinals of the UEFA Europa League will be played on Tuesday, August 11 at 9:00 p.m. Julen Lopetegui's team attends the meeting with a slight favoritism due to the good streak that he chained in LaLiga Santander after the forced break and his match against Roma. These results put him fourth in the final standings, and for this reason they have achieved direct access to the UEFA Champions League.

On the other hand, Nuno's Wolves suffered a lot to advance to the round. The English team drew 1-1 in the first leg against Olympiacos and a goal from Raúl Jiménez gave them an advantage in the return leg. However, the Greeks saw a goal disallowed and had a multitude of dangerous arrivals. Wolverhampton finished the season in the Premier League in seventh place with 59 points and, due to the victory of Arsenal in the FA Cup, they were left without a place in the European competition.

Where is the Europa League played?

Germany has been the German country chosen to finish the Europa League in a format similar to that of the Champions League. The candidacy of Germany was solid from the first moment and ended up being the country that took the cat to the water. However, it is worth remembering the six second leg matches of the round of 16 are played in the fields of the home teams.

The match between Wolves and Sevilla will be played at the MSV-Arena in Duisburg, home of the team that plays in the third category of German football. It has a capacity for 31,500 spectators and was built in 2004 to replace the Wedau Stadium after two years of work.

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