Your home for UEFA Europa League stats in 2023-24.
The UEFA Europa League is back for the 2023-24 season. Premier League club Liverpool are among the favourites, alongside Bundesliga team Bayer Leverkusen. The winner of the 2023-24 competition will gain entry to the UEFA Champions League group stage next season, just as La Liga club Sevilla did following their 2022-23 final victory over Italian side Roma.
Thirty-two teams have made it through to the Group Stage, 10 of those coming via qualifying and 10 arriving as losing sides in Champions League play-off round and qualifying. Only 16 will make it to the knockout stages, with eight dropping to the UEFA Europa Conference League and the other eight exiting European competition altogether for 2023-24.
Group A: West Ham United, SC Freiburg, Olympiacos, TSC
Group B: Marseille, AEK Athens, Brighton & Hove Albion, Ajax
Group C: Real Betis, Sparta Prague, Rangers, Aris Limassol
Group D: Atalanta, Sporting CP, Sturm Graz, Raków Częstochowa
Group E: Liverpool, Union Saint-Gilloise, Toulouse, LASK
Group F: Rennes, Panathinaikos, Villarreal, Maccabi Haifa
Group G: Roma, Slavia Prague, Servette, Sheriff Tiraspol
Group H: Bayer Leverkusen, Qarabağ, Molde, BK Häcken
Who are the leading Europa League teams and players by the numbers? Which of the world class talent is pulling their weight and contributing towards their team’s success, and who isn’t?
You can now find out for yourself. This page hosts all the 2023-24 Europa League player stats and team data that you could ever ask for. From simpler metrics such as goals and assists to more advanced ones like Opta‘s expected goals, expected assists, sequences and more, this stat hub has everything you need to jump in and start exploring.
We also host the group standings, prediction numbers and team rankings from our Opta Power Rankings.