Eintracht Frankfurt


SGE 2 - 0 FCU
VFB 1 - 3 SGE
OM 0 - 1 SGE
SGE 0 - 1 WOB
SGE 0 - 3 SCP
SGE 4 - 0 RBL
SVW 3 - 4 SGE
SGE 1 - 1 KOE
BSC 1 - 1 SGE
RMA 2 - 0 SGE


HEA 0 - 4 RAN
RAN 2 - 1 DUU
RAN 0 - 3 NAP
AJX 4 - 0 RAN
CEL 4 - 0 RAN
RAN 3 - 1 QOS
RAN 4 - 0 ROS
PSV 0 - 1 RAN
HIB 2 - 2 RAN
RAN 2 - 2 PSV
Head to Head
1 Matches (0 Draws)
1 Total wins 0
1 Home wins 0
0 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
0 Draw
0 Wins
SGE * 1 - 1 RAN
1 Goals Scored 1
Games Over 2.5 Goals 0 / 1
Both Teams Scored 1 / 1
Team Comparison
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Match Facts

  1. This will be the third major European final to be held in Seville. The first saw Steaua Bucuresti beat Barcelona on penalties in the 1986 European Cup at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, while the second saw Porto defeat Celtic in the UEFA Cup in 2003 at Estadio La Cartuja.
  2. Eintracht Frankfurt have reached their third final in major European competition – they lost in the final of the European Cup in 1960 against Real Madrid before beating Borussia Mönchengladbach to lift 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 every other Scottish side combined.
  4. Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers have played each other twice before in Europe, with a European Cup semi-final tie in 1960 producing a total of 16 goals (Eintracht Frankfurt 12-4 Rangers on aggregate). The eight goals per game generated in this fixture is the highest for either side in major European competition (min. 2 games in a fixture).
  5. Rangers lost their first two matches in the UEFA Europa League this season, beaten by Lyon and Sparta Prague in the group stages without scoring a single goal. They have become the first team in UEFA Cup/Europa League history to reach the final despite losing their first two matches in the competition proper that season.
  6. Eintracht Frankfurt are unbeaten in the UEFA Europa League this season, and could become only the third side to win the competition without being beaten, after Chelsea in 2018-19 and Villarreal in 2020-21. Only two sides have reached the final unbeaten but not gone on to lift the trophy – Benfica in 2013-14 and Inter in 2019-20, both whom dropped down into the competition from the UEFA Champions League.
  7. Rangers have already eliminated two German clubs from the UEFA Europa League this season in Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig. Should they lift the trophy ahead of Eintracht Frankfurt, they will become the first team in UEFA Cup/Europa League history to eliminate three teams from a single nation in one season (excluding group stages).
  8. Eintracht Frankfurt have played six matches in Spain to date in European competition, but never as a neutral side. Having lost on their first visit in 1969 against Athletic Club, they are since unbeaten in five matches in Spain (W4 D1), beating Real Betis and Barcelona away from home this season in the UEFA Europa League.
  9. Rangers have played 14 matches in Spain in European competition and have won only once (D3 L10), although that match was the only time they have played in Spain as a neutral side, defeating Dinamo Moscow in the final of the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1972 to win their only European title to date.
  10. Eintracht Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner is set to become the fifth Austrian manager to contest a major European final, after Ernst Happel (five times), Max Merkel, Herman Stessl and Ernst Dokupil. Only two of the eight such finals contested by these managers to date have been won by his compatriots, with Happel winning the European Cup twice – in 1970 with Feyenoord against Celtic and in 1983 with Hamburger SV against Juventus.
  11. Rangers coach Giovanni van Bronckhorst could become the first Dutch manager to lift the UEFA Cup/Europa League title since Dick Advocaat in 2008, who defeated Rangers as Zenit coach. Eintracht Frankfurt manager Oliver Glasner, meanwhile, could become the first Austrian to lead a side to victory in the competition, with Ernst Happel failing on two occasions – with Club Brugge against Liverpool in 1976 and with Hamburger SV against IFK Göteborg in 1982.
  12. Rangers right-back James Tavernier is the outright top scorer in this season's UEFA Europa League proper, with his seven goals also the most ever by a Rangers player in a single season in a major European competition (excl. qualifiers).
  13. Daichi Kamada is Eintracht Frankfurt’s top scorer in the UEFA Europa League this season with five goals, which has taken his tally for the club in major European competition to 11 (excluding qualifiers); only three players have scored more such goals for the club - Bernd Hölzenbein (18), Bernd Nickel (12) and Anthony Yeboah (12). Should Kamada score in this match, he would be the first Japanese player score in a major European final, and only the second Asian after Cha Bum-kun (South Korea) in the 1988 UEFA Cup for Bayer 04 Leverkusen vs Espanyol.
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