Manchester United Europa League Football Trip Planner

This post helps Manchester United fans plan their trip to the Europa League group games.

Group L: Manchester United (ENG), Astana (KAZ), Partizan (SRB), AZ Alkmaar (NED)

Manchester United’s Europa League fixtures

Thursday 19 September – Manchester United v Astana (21:00)

Thursday 3 October – AZ Alkmaar v Manchester United (18:55)

Thursday 24 October – Partizan v Manchester United (18:55)

Thursday 7 November – Manchester United v Partizan (21:00)

Thursday 28 November – Astana v Manchester United (16:50)

Thursday 12 December – Manchester United v AZ Alkmaar (21:00)

Knockout stage

16 December: Round of 32 draw, Nyon
20 February: Round of 32, first leg
27 February: Round of 32, second leg
28 February: Round of 16 draw, Nyon
12 March: Round of 16, first leg
19 March: Round of 16, second leg
20 March: Quarter-final and semi-final draws, Nyon
9 April: Quarter-finals, first leg
16 April: Quarter-finals, second leg
30 April: Semi-finals, first leg
7 May: Semi-finals, second leg
27 May: Final – Gdansk Stadium

Guides

We have a guide to Planning a Football Trip to Alkmaar on the website but the stadium roof collapsed last month so the game is scheduled to be played at the The Cars Jeans Stadion in The Hague, home stadium of ADO Den Haag.  Guide to Follow

Partizan Belgrade away is probably the most attractive fixture; Construction of the Partizan stadium was started after World War II, on the site of BSK Stadion, which was a 25,000 seat stadium that hosted the Yugoslav national team as well as BSK Beograd. The stadium was built with the help of the Yugoslav People’s Army, in the period between 1948 and 1951.  In April 1989, Partizan Belgrade purchased the stadium from the former Yugoslav People’s Army, and thus became the owner. The name of the stadium were officially changed in Partizan Stadium. Partizan stadium had a 50,000 capacity before the new UEFA security regulations came in effect. There were 15 924 seats, 33 000 standing places and 585 box seats. It was renovated in 1998, and has had a capacity of 32,710 since. Guide to Follow

Astana Football Club is a professional football club based in Nur-Sultan. They play in the Kazakhstan Premier League, the highest level of Kazakh football. The club’s home ground is the 30,254-seat Astana Arena stadium.  Guide to Follow