Europa League Final 2022 Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Rangers live: results, lineups, controversies, reactions and press conferences

Eintracht Frankfurt and Glasgow Rangers play this Wednesday the throne of the second most important club-level competition in Europe. Both teams arrived in Seville in good spirits and a huge desire to make history.


Looking for the Germans the second Europa League title in its history. The German team already conquered the so-called UEFA Cup in 1980, when they defeated Mönchengladbach in the final, which was then played in two legs. In addition, it should be remembered that Eintracht reached a Champions League final in 1960, but lost 7-3 to Real Madrid.

For his part, Glasgow Rangers are on the hunt for the first European title in their history. The Scots already played in the UEFA Cup final in 2008, but were defeated by the Russian Zenit Saint Petersburg.


When the game ends, the protagonists’ statements are…

Minute by minute

69′ GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL BY RAFAEL SANTOS BORRÉ!!!! EINTRACHT FRANKFURT 1-1 Rangers. The German team sets the tables! The Colombian appears out of nowhere to stick his leg into a Kostic center and score the equalizing goal. The Rangers defense falls asleep.

57′ GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL FROM ARIBO!!!! Eintracht Frankfurt 0-1 RANGERS. The Scots are ahead of the scoreboard!! The England striker takes advantage of a mistake by the Eintracht defense and does not forgive, beating Kevin Trapp with a low touch. There is a lack of decisiveness and attention between Sow and Tuta.

21:40: Another chance for Eintracht

21:23: Eintracht has taken control and poses a lot of danger to McGregor’s goal

21:00 The opening ceremony of the UEL final

20:30: This is how they received Glasgow Rangers

19:56: These are the lineups of Rangers and Eintracht for the final:

egg force: stairs; Tuta, Toure, N’Dicka; Knauff, Sow, Rode, Kostic; Lindstrom, Kamada; Santos Borre

rangers: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Bassey, Barisic, Lundstram, Jack, Kamara, Wright, Aribo and Kent


The last fans

The “Fan Festival” of the final

The Eintracht Fanzone

The atmosphere is already alive in Seville! Nearly 150,000 fans of Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers are in town, many without tickets, for an unforgettable day. This is how the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán was born.

Hello friends of Goal! Welcome to the UEFA Europa League Grand Final, which will be played at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán in Seville and will crown Eintracht Frankfurt or Glasgow Rangers champions


The preview of Goal of the Europa League final of 2022 Eintracht Frankfurt vs. rangers

    1. This will be the third major European final to be held in Seville. In the first, Steaua defeated Bucharest Barcelona on penalties in the 1986 European Cup in Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, while in the second, Porto defeated Celtic in the 2003 UEFA Cup in Estadio La Cartuja.
    2. Eintracht Frankfurt have reached their third final in a major European competition, losing in the 1960 European Cup final against Real Madrid before beating Borussia Mönchengladbach to win the UEFA Cup in 1980.
    3. Rangers are the first Scottish club to reach the final of a major European competition since Rangers themselves in the 2007-08 UEFA Cup. They have reached five such finals, as many as all other Scottish teams put together.
    4. Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers have met twice before in Europe, in a semi-final of the European Cup in 1960, scoring a total of 16 goals (Eintracht Frankfurt 12-4 Rangers combined). The eight goals per match generated in this match is the most of any team in major European competitions (min. 2 matches in a match).
    5. Rangers lost their first two Europa League games this season, against Lyon and Sparta Prague in the group stage, without scoring a single goal. They are the first team in UEFA Cup/Europa League history to reach the final, despite losing their first two matches in the competition that same season.
    6. Eintracht Frankfurt are unbeaten in the UEFA Europa League this season and could become only the third team to win the competition without losing a game, after Chelsea in 2018/19 and Villarreal in 2020/21. Only two teams reached the final undefeated but failed to take the trophy: Benfica in 2013-14 and Inter in 2019-20, both of whom dropped out of the Champions League.
    7. Rangers have already eliminated two German clubs from the UEFA Europa League this season, Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig. If they win the trophy against Eintracht Frankfurt, they will become the first team in UEFA Cup/Europa League history to eliminate three teams from the same country in one edition (excluding group stage).
    8. Eintracht Frankfurt have so far played six matches in Spain in European competition, but never as a neutral team. After losing on their first visit in 1969 to Athletic Club, they are unbeaten in five games in Spain (W4 D1) and have defeated Real Betis and Barcelona outdoors in the UEFA Europa League this season.
    9. Rangers have played 14 matches in Spain in European competition and have only won once (D3 L10), although that match was the only time they played in Spain as a neutral team, beating Dinamo Moscow in the European Cup II final in 1972. to win his only European title to date.
    10. Eintracht Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner becomes the fifth Austrian coach to participate in a major European final, after Ernst Happel (five times), Max Merkel, Herman Stessl and Ernst Dokupil. Only two of the eight European finals these managers have managed to date have been won by their compatriots, Happel won the European Cup twice: in 1970 with Feyenoord against Celtic and in 1983 with Hamburg SV against Juventus.
    11. Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst could become the first Dutch manager to win the UEFA Cup/Europa League title since Dick Advocaat in 2008, who defeated Rangers as Zenit manager. While Eintracht Frankfurt manager Oliver Glasner could become the first Austrian to lead a team to victory in the league, Ernst Happel failed twice: with Bruges against Liverpool in 1976 and with Hamburg SV against IFK Göteborg in 1982.
    12. Rangers right-back James Tavernier is the UEFA Europa League top scorer this season with seven goals, also the most ever scored by a Rangers player in a single season in major European competitions (excl. standings).
    13. Daichi Kamada is Eintracht Frankfurt’s top goalscorer this season in the Europa League with five goals, taking the team’s goalscorer to 11 (excluding qualifying) in major European competitions; only three players have scored more such goals for the club: Bernd Hölzenbein (18), Bernd Nickel (12) and Anthony Yeboah (12). If Kamada were to score in this match, he would be the first Japanese player to score in a major European final, and the second Asian player after Cha Bum-kun (South Korea) in the 1988 UEFA Cup with Bayer 04 Leverkusen vs Espanyol .
    CONTEST Eintracht Frankfurt vs. rangers
    DATE Wednesday 18 May
    STADIUM Sanchez-Pizjuan, Seville
    SCHEDULE 21:00

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    ARG: 16:00
    CH: 15:00
    KL: 14:00



    2:00 p.m.

    Lineups of Eintracht Frankfurt vs. rangers

    egg force: stairs; Tuta, Toure, N’Dicka; Knauff, Sow, Rode, Kostic; Lindstrom, Kamada; Santos Borre

    rangers: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Bassey, Barisic, Lundstram, Jack, Kamara, Wright, Aribo and Kent

    Source: Goal


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