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Who is showing / broadcasting Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Glasgow Rangers? The final of the Europa League on TV and LIVE STREAM

Final! Eintracht from Frankfurt has actually made it and is in the final of the Europa League, opponents are Glasgow Rangers. Kick-off in Seville at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan is on Wednesday at 9pm.

Barcelona, ​​West Ham United, Fenerbahce, Olympiakos, Real Betis, Royal Antwerp – none of them could prevent Eintracht from the great triumph that now comes to an end in Seville. Just like three years ago, Eintracht enchants the whole of football Germany internationally – this time even with participation in the final.

More than 100,000 supporters of the Adler von Main want to go to Seville, where a football festival of gigantic proportions awaits us. But you should be prepared for the Rangers: With RB Leipzig and BVB (Borussia Dortmund), two other teams from the Bundesliga were knocked out of the tournament against the Scots!

Wednesday, 9 p.m. – everything is set for an epic finale. GOAL explains who will broadcast the final live on TV and LIVE STREAM on Wednesday!

Eintracht Frankfurt in the final of the Europa League: The top game against Glasgow Rangers at a glance

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Who is showing/broadcasting the Europa League final? See Eintracht Frankfurt against Glasgow Rangers on TV and LIVE STREAM

The victory in Barcelona in front of a home crowd, the unbelievable atmosphere at home against West Ham including the pitch attack, the fact that Eintracht hasn’t lost a single game this EL season: Many aspects bear witness to this special season for Eintracht Frankfurt.

On Wednesday, this should be crowned with the title win in the Europa League – so it’s no wonder that many fans across the country want to follow the game. But who shows / broadcasts the final between Eintracht Frankfurt and Glasgow Rangers on Wednesday?

Who shows the Europa League? The Eintracht final against Glasgow will be broadcast live on Wednesday

Many followers agree: chaos is the word that best describes what awaits us week after week! You could write a doctoral thesis about the transmission methods of each competition, in some cases the games from one and the same competition can be seen from three different providers – who still keeps track of this?!

Fortunately, the Europa League is not as bad as international matches or the Bundesliga, here it is a lot clearer: A single broadcaster is broadcasting the Europa League this season, as only one broadcaster was able to secure the broadcasting licenses: RTL.

Football LIVE on TV! The Eintracht Frankfurt final will be broadcast on Wednesday

RTL broadcasts Frankfurt vs. Glasgow LIVE from Seville! Kick-off is known to be at 9 p.m., the RTL broadcast begins at 8:15 p.m. Laura Papendiek and Kalle Riedle jointly lead through the pre-reporting, Marco Hagemann and Steffen Freund then take over the commentary positions at the start of the whistle.

The great thing about RTL: The station is financed by advertising on linear TV and can therefore be viewed free of charge! Don’t know how to receive RTL? Then you should check out the channel details on this page!

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Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Glasgow Rangers in Seville: This is how RTL broadcasts the Europa League

  • encounter: Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Glasgow Rangers
  • kick-off: 21 clock
  • start of transmission: 8:15 p.m
  • Sender: RTL
  • commentators:
    • Marco Hagemann
    • Stephen friend
  • reporter: Laura Papendieck
  • expert: Karl-Heinz “Kalle” Riedle
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Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Glasgow Rangers in LIVE STREAM: Who is showing the Europa League final on Wednesday on the Internet?

RTL is showing the long-awaited final of the Europa League between Eintracht Frankfurt and Glasgow Rangers on free TV on Wednesday – really great news for all fans who want to follow the game in front of the flat screen! You are not aware of how the advertising-financed private channel can be set up on your television? Have a look here!

But the problem is that many fans don’t even have a TV at home these days, as many people prefer to enjoy their entertainment online. LIVE STREAMS, which are online transmissions in real time, are particularly popular. And indeed: The private television station RTL also shows the final of the Europa League in LIVE STREAM. The whole thing runs through the media library RTL+many people still know it as TVNOW.

RTL+ in a premium subscription: See the Europa League and Europa Conference League today in LIVE STREAM

The final of the new UEFA Conference League (AS Roma vs. Feyenoord Rotterdam) can also be seen here next week. However: To see the Europa League and the UEFA Conference League on RTL+, you have to pay! For this you book the “Premium Subscription”, which costs 3.99 euros per month.

After all, you can cancel this premium subscription on a monthly basis, which you can’t do with some competing providers. In addition, you can book the better version of the subscription, RTL + Premium Duo: This gives you access to further advantages relating to the streaming portal, these are listed here.

See Eintracht Frankfurt against Glasgow Rangers on Wednesday for free in LIVE STREAM? RTL and RTL+ are so cheap

  • RTL+ Premium: 3.99 euros per month | A device | One commercial per stream
  • RTL+ Premium Duo: EUR 7.99 per month | Two devices | No Ads
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The lineups of Eintracht and Glasgow Rangers: This is how the teams go to the final of the Europa League

Of course, many fans want to know early on who will start for Eintracht and Rangers. We enter the line-ups here about an hour before kick-off. So click back to the article in good time to be ideally prepared!

Who is showing / broadcasting Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Glasgow Rangers? The Opta facts about the Europa League final

  • It is the third major European final to be played in Seville. Steaua Bucharest defeated FC Barcelona on penalties in the first final in 1986 at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, while Porto won the UEFA Cup in the second final against Celtic at the Estadio La Cartuja in 2003.
  • Eintracht Frankfurt is in the final of a major European competition for the third time: in 1960 Eintracht lost in the national championship cup against Real Madrid, in 1980 they won the UEFA Cup against Borussia Mönchengladbach.
  • Rangers are the first Scottish club to reach the final of a major European competition since Rangers themselves reached the 2007/08 UEFA Cup final. They have reached five such finals, as many as all other Scottish sides combined.
  • Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers have met twice in Europe, in 1960 in the semi-finals of the European Champion Clubs’ Cup, where 16 goals were scored over two legs (Eintracht Frankfurt won 12-4 against Rangers). The eight goals per game scored in this clash is the highest average for both teams against one opponent in major European competition (minimum 2 games per clash).
  • Rangers have lost their first two UEFA Europa League games this season, losing to Lyon and Sparta Prague in the group stages without scoring a goal. They are the first team in UEFA Cup and Europa League history to reach the final despite losing their first two main round matches of the competition.
  • Eintracht Frankfurt are unbeaten in the UEFA Europa League this season and could become the third side after Chelsea (2018/19) and Villarreal (2020/21) to win the competition unbeaten. Only two teams have reached the final without losing in that EL season before but not lifted the trophy: Benfica 2013/14 and Inter 2019/20, both relegated to the competition from the UEFA Champions League.
  • Rangers have already eliminated two German clubs from the UEFA Europa League this season, Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig. Should they win the final against Eintracht Frankfurt, they would become the first team in UEFA Cup and Europa League history to eliminate three sides from the same country in a single season (without a group stage).
  • Eintracht Frankfurt have played six games in Spain in European competitions, albeit never as a neutral team. After losing their first game to Athletic Bilbao in 1969, the side have gone five games unbeaten in Spain (W4 D1) and have beaten Real Betis and Barcelona away from home this season in the UEFA Europa League.
  • Rangers have played 14 games in Spain in European competition, winning just once (D3 L10). However, that was the only time they played as a neutral side in Spain, when they defeated Dynamo Moscow in the 1972 Cup Winners’ Cup final to win their only European title.
  • Eintracht Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner will become the fifth Austrian coach to feature in a major European final, after Ernst Happel (five times), Max Merkel, Herman Stessl and Ernst Dokupil. Only two of the eight finals played by those coaches have been won by his compatriots, with Happel lifting the European Cup twice – in 1970 with Feyenoord against Celtic and in 1983 with Hamburger SV against Juventus.
  • Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst could become the first Dutch manager to lift the UEFA Cup/Europa League title since Dick Advocaat defeated Rangers in 2008 as manager of Zenit. Eintracht Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner could become the first Austrian to lead a team to victory in this competition. Ernst Happel failed twice – in 1976 with Club Brugge against Liverpool and in 1982 with Hamburger SV against IFK Göteborg.
  • Rangers right-back James Tavernier is the UEFA Europa League’s top scorer this season. His seven goals are also the most by a Rangers player in a single season in major European competition (excluding qualifiers).
  • Daichi Kamada is Eintracht Frankfurt’s top scorer in the UEFA Europa League this season with five goals. In doing so, he has scored 11 goals for the club in major European competitions (excluding qualifiers); only three players have scored more goals for the club: Bernd Hölzenbein (18), Bernd Nickel (12) and Anthony Yeboah (12). Should Kamada score in that game, he would become the first Japanese to score in a major European final and only the second Asian after Cha Bum-kun (South Korea), who scored for Bayer 04 Leverkusen against Espanyol in the 1988 UEFA Cup .
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Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Glasgow Rangers: The Europa League broadcast on free TV

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