All you need to know about the Europa League final date is right here.
With Manchester United winning 8-5 against Roma in the semi-final on aggregate, we can start looking to the final.
When is the Europa League final?
The Europa League final takes place on May 26.
This is a special date for United fans as it is the birthday of legendary manager Sir Matt Busby.
It is also the same date United won the Champions League final and clinched the Treble in 1999, with a goal from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
It is a midweek final, taking place on a Wednesday at 8pm.
Where is the Europa League final?
The final will be held in Poland in Gdansk at the Stadion Mijeski.
It has a capacity of 41,000 and there are reports via Sky Sports that up to 10,000 fans could be allowed to attend.
There is no word currently as to whether this would just be local fans, or supporters of the team involved would be permitted to travel.
Who could be involved?
United take on Villarreal, who beat Arsenal 2-1 on aggregate.
Previously United have faced Villarreal four times, and all of them ended 0-0.
We better prepare for penalties…
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