Rome-Seville, today’s final: lineups, where to see it on TV

All the info on the Europa League final, kick-off at 21.00 at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest

Rome-Seville, here we are. The Europa League final is played tonight, with kick-off at 21.00 at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest. The referee will be English referee Anthony Taylor. Everything is ready in the Italian capital as well, where fans left without a ticket for the match in Hungary will be able to follow it on the big screen set up in the Stadio Olimpico. For those who wonder where to see it on TV, but also what are the probable formationshere is all the info.


These are the probable formations according to UEFA:

Seville – Bounou; Jesus Navas, Badé, Gudelj, Alex Telles; Fernando, Rakitic; Ocampos, Oliver Torres, Bryan Gil; En-Nesyri.

Rome – Rui Patricio; Mancini, Smalling, Ibanez; Zeki Çelik, Cristante, Matić, Spinazzola; Dybala, Pellegrini; Abraham.


Those who want to watch the match on TV will be able to choose between DAZN, by connecting their smart TV to the internet and accessing the platform’s official app. Alternatively, you can use game consoles such as Playstation or Xbox or devices such as Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick TV or TIMVISION BOX.

Sky will also offer live coverage of the match and the reference channels for its subscribers will be Sky Sport Uno (number 201), Sky Sport Football (203), Sky Sport 4K (213) and Sky Sport (251). The challenge is also expected to be broadcast unencrypted on Rai 1.