Europa League group draw in full as Arsenal and Tottenham discover fate


The Europa League is back for another season – and here’s how the group stages look.

Sevilla lifted the coveted trophy back in August after beating Inter Milan 3-2 in the final at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne, Germany.

Both clubs are competing in the Champions League this season, leaving the door wide open to a new winner this time around.

Arsenal reached the Europa League final in 2019, where they lost to Chelsea in Baku.

Last season the Gunners crashed out of the competition in the Round of 32 on away goals after drawing 2-2 to Greek minnows Olympiakos over two legs.

Tottenham, meanwhile, were in the Champions League last season, where they were sent packing by German outfit RB Leipzip in the Round of 16.

The Europa League is back for another season

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The Bundesliga club beat Spurs 1-0 in London before thumping them 3-0 in Germany.

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho, who has won the Europa League with Manchester United, will be hoping to bring home some silverware this season.

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Here’s who Arsenal and Tottenham will be playing in the group stage:

Group A

Roma

Young Boys

Cluj

CSK Sofia

Group B

Arsenal

Rapid Vienna

Molde

Dundalk

Group C

Bayer Leverkusen

Slavia Prague

Hapoel Beer Sheva

Nice

Group D

Benfica

Standard Lieige

Rangers

Lech Poznan

Group E

PSV Eindhoven

PAOK

Granada

Omonia

Group F

Napoli

Real Sociedad

AZ Alkmaar

HNK Rijeka

Group G

Braga

Leicester City

AEK Athens

Zorya Luhansk

Group H

Celtic

Sparta Prague

AC Milan

Lille

Group I

Villarreal

Qarabag

Maccabi Tel-Aviv

Sivasspor

Group J

Tottenham

Ludogorets

LASK

Royal Antwerp

Group K

CSKA Moscow

Dinamo Zagreb

Feyenoord

Wolfsberger

Group L

Gent

Red Star Belgrade

Hoffenheim

Slovan Liberec

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