Last French representative in Europe, OGC Nice will play against Basel for the quarter-finals of the Europa League Conference.
Nice were impatiently waiting to know their opponent for the quarter-finals of the Europa League Conference. After their fine qualification against the Sheriff on Thursday March 16, the Aiglons are the last French representatives in Europe and their career is decisive for the UEFA index with the growing threat from the Netherlands. With a table open enough to afford the right to dream, OGC Nice will still have to pass the xx obstacle after the draw made this Friday, March 17. The first leg is scheduled for April 13, while we will have to wait an additional week, on the 20th, to attend the return match.
Nice is approaching the last four of the Europa League Conference. The Aiglons with their success will play the quarter-finals of the C4. The next round will be intense, however, as some great teams have managed to reach this stage of the competition. Discover the cumulative scores of the round of 16.
Canal Foot owns the majority of the rights to this competition. The only French team still in Europe, W9 will broadcast the match between Nice and Sheriff Tiraspol.
The knockout stages of the Europa League are over. The quarter-finals will take place from April 13 to April 20, 2023. As for the final, it is scheduled for June 7, 2023 at the Eden Arena in Prague (Czech Republic). The schedule was then compiled by UEFA as follows:
As last season, UEFA has awarded the French TV rights for the 2022/2023 Europa League Conference to RMC Sport, M6 and Canal which will ensure broadcasting until the end of the 2023/2024 season. Canal will co-broadcast with M6 each Thursday's poster and RMC Sport offers all the remaining matches. M6 will broadcast the final scheduled for June 7, 2023 in clear. During the 2024-2027 period, Canal bought the broadcasting rights.
The Europa League Conference 2021-2022 is the new European competition launched by UEFA and therefore the third international competition for European clubs after the Champions League and the Europa League. Its first edition was launched for the 2021-2022 season. It groups European teams according to their results in the league or in the national cup. The winner of the Europa League Conference qualifies for the Europa League the following year.
184 teams play in the competition over the whole season, with at least one from each of UEFA's 55 member associations and 46 from the UEFA Champions League or UEFA Europa League according to the UEFA website. '. The group stage consists of:
A group stage (eight groups of four) is therefore organized before a knockout stage (round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and final). The eight group winners qualify for the round of 16. A play-off is played between the eight runners-up and the teams that finish third in their UEFA Europa League group.