Champions League, Europa League And Confrence League 2021/22 Semi-final and Final... Details.

Following the conclusion of 2021/22  UEFA Champions League, Europa League and the Confrence League quarter-final fixtures on Wednesday 13th, and Thursday 14th April, the penultimate step just before the grand final is now up next.

The competitions which started from the group stages, have already passed the group the knockout rounds of the round of 32 and 16, the quarterfinals and only one more round separates the teams from reaching the final.

Spanish sides Villarreal and Real Madrid, and English sides Manchester City and Liverpool are the only four teams left to compete for a spot in the final.

The Champions League semifinals will be played on April 26th and 27th (first leg) and May 3rd and 4th (second leg), with Man City playing against Real Madrid, and Villarreal go against Liverpool on the other fixture.


St. Petersburg was meant to host the UCL grand final but after the UEFA sanctions against Russia, it was moved to Paris, at the Saint-Denis stadium (France) on May 28. 

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Meanwhile, the quarter-finals of the Europa League proved to be an interesting one with West Ham overcoming Ligue 1 club Lyon in their game and Rangers knocking out Portuguese club Braga.

There was a huge shock in another quarter-final tie as Eintracht Frankfurt travelled to the Nou Camp and stunned Spanish giants Barcelona 3-2 to qualify to the penultimate round.

The last spot was completed by German club side Red Bull Leipzig who saw off a dangerous Serie A team Atalanta to ensure their smooth pathway to the last four.


The Europa League semifinals will be played Thursday April 28th (first leg) and May 5th for the (second leg), with West Ham playing against Eintracht Frankfurt, and RB Leipzig taking on Rangers on the other fixture.

The Europa League final will take place in Seville, at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. The approximately 43,000 capacity stadium will be best known by most fans as the home ground of Sevilla, a club with a strong association with the Europa League, having won the competition more than any other side.

Initially, the stadium was set to host the 2021 Europa League final. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 final was relocated to Cologne and Gdansk was granted hosting rights for 2021. The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan will therefore stage this year's event for the first time on Wednesday May 18.

Sevilla won't have the opportunity to compete for the trophy on home turf, having been knocked out by West Ham at the last-16 stage.

The Puskas Arena in Budapest, Hungary, will host the 2023 final,  Aviva Stadium in Dublin Ireland will his the 2024 final, and It will return to Spain in 2025, with the final taking place at San Mames in Bilbao.

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The inaugural Europa Confrence League that serves as the bottom level of the existing Europa League competition, which was reduced from 48 to 32 teams in the group stage, also nears it's conclusion.

Four teams left in the competition who will be eyeing a place in the showpiece final.

AS Roma trailed 2-1 from the first leg against Bodo/Glimt but were in fine form in the return-leg at the Stadio Olimpico to smash the Norwegian side 4-0 and advance to the semifinal on 5-2 aggregate success.

Nicolo Zaniolo was the hero for Roma, as he hit a hat-trick and Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham was also on target on the night.

Jose Mourinho side will be up against Leicester City in the last four.


James Maddison and Ricardo Pereira both strike late in a stunning comeback 2-1 win for Brendan Rodgers side over PSV Eindhoven at the Philips Stadion.

The first-leg at the King Power Stadium ended in a goalless draw, but the Foxes advance into their first ever European semi-final on 2-1 aggregate and set to face Roma.

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Elsewhere, Dimitri Payet scored the only goal in Marseille's win at PAOK to send the French outfit into the last four 3-1 on aggregate.

Feyenoord will be their opponents after Nigerian international Cyriel Dessers struck twice to inspire a 3-1 win at Slavia Prague and an aggregate 6-4 triumph.

The Europa Confrence League semifinals will be played Thursday April 28th (first leg) and May 5th for the (second leg).

Tirana's 21,690-capacity National Arena will stage the first Confrence League final, it will be the first UEFA final to be played in Albania on Wednesday May 25.

The winners of the competition would be awarded a position in the 2022-23 Europa League the following season, unless they have qualified for the Champions League or Europa League through their leagues performance in which case the access list will be rebalanced.

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