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AS Roma will face Feyenoord in Tirana for the first ever UEFA Conference League final, the final act of the brand new third European competition that was launched this season. While Roma have lost twice in the UEFA Europa Conference League, both away to Norwegian side Bodø/Glimt, Feyenoord are undefeated since the start of the group stage. There has been just one previous UEFA contest between the clubs, Roma prevailing 3-2 on aggregate in the 2014/15 UEFA Europa League round of 32 when they followed up a 1-1 first-leg draw at the Stadio Olimpico with an incident-packed 2-1 victory in Rotterdam in which three players, one from Fred Rutten's Feyenoord and two from Rudi Garcia's Roma, were sent off.
Roma and Feyenoord will tonight battle it out to become the first ever winners of the UEFA Europa Conference League.
The inaugural Europa Conference League final will be held in Tirana as Roma take on Feyenoord.
The Dutch side are looking to add another continental crown to the Uefa Cup secured in 2002.
Concluding a memorable first season for the Europa Conference League, Roma and final opponents Feyenoord convene in Tirana on Wednesday night, as they battle it out for a place in history.
While the Italian club are seeking their first victory in a UEFA final, having twice lost previously, their Dutch counterparts could become the first team to have lifted all three of Europe's current club trophies.
Although winners of the long defunct Inter-Cities Fairs Cup back in 1961, Roma are still waiting to claim their first-ever major European prize, after losing to Liverpool in the 1984 European Cup final and fellow Serie A side Inter in the UEFA Cup seven years later.
While both competitions have since been revamped and form the top two tiers of continental competition - the Champions and Europa Leagues - UEFA's newest addition to their stable, the Conference League, was inaugurated less than 12 months ago.
After wending its way through the outposts of Europe since getting under way last summer, the tournament's path leads ultimately to Wednesday's grand finale, which will be played out in the Albanian capital.
Roma arrive in Tirana having finished with a flourish domestically, as their league season concluded with a 3-0 win at Torino last Friday, with a Tammy Abraham brace and Lorenzo Pellegrini's penalty securing Europa League football for next season, whether or not they triumph this week.
The free pass to that competition which comes with the Conference League crown will not be required, as the Giallorossi secured a top-six finish in the Serie A standings; just one point behind capital city rivals Lazio.
Over the intervening days, coach Jose Mourinho has been preparing his squad for their coming appearance on the European stage, and so far this season, his side have largely thrived at the lower level.
After comfortably cruising through to the last 16 - despite a shock 6-1 drubbing in the Arctic Circle, at the hands of Norwegian champions Bodo/Glimt - Roma then edged past Vitesse at the first knockout stage, before reconvening with their group stage conquerors in the quarter-finals.
Though they suffered another defeat in the away leg, Bodo/Glimt were eventually brushed aside at Stadio Olimpico, before Mourinho's men overcame Leicester City in the semi-finals: drawing 1-1 away and winning 1-0 at home.
Like Wednesday's opponents, Europe's newest club trophy is now Roma's only chance of silverware this season, and Mourinho has extra motivation to urge his team, spearheaded by Abraham up front and captained by the inspirational Pellegrini, to finish the job against Feyenoord.
The veteran coach would be acclaimed for winning four European competitions with four different clubs - the first one being the 1997 Cup Winners' Cup, as assistant to the late Bobby Robson at Barcelona - and having won both the Champions League and UEFA Cup/Europa League twice since, he now has the chance to clinch yet another club competition trophy.
Feyenoord booked their place in the inaugural final after a monumental semi-final tussle with Marseille, and are now aiming to complete four wins from as many European finals - their previous three having seen them bring a trophy back home to Rotterdam.
Victories in the 1970 European Cup final against Celtic and the UEFA Cups of 1974 and 2002 established the Dutch club's reputation as a name to be revered in continental competition - even if they have been far less feared in recent times.
Leading De Stadionclub to the Conference League final in his first campaign at De Kuip, coach Arne Slot has brought back a taste of past glories, having made a big impression by fielding a side full of energy, intensity and plenty of goals.
Slot's attack-minded team threw away a two-goal lead at home to Marseille in the semis, but then recovered to take a slender 3-2 lead to Stade Velodrome for the second leg, which ultimately finished goalless.
In even more impressive fashion than their final opponents, Feyenoord had already swept through the group stage - in their case, unbeaten - and saw off both Partizan Belgrade and Slavia Prague on their route to the final four.
Undefeated since the start of the tournament, the Eredivisie club have found the net 28 times in their 12 Conference League games to date - one more than Roma. They also boast the competition's leading goalscorer, with Cyriel Dessers having racked up ten goals so far, which is one more than the Giallorossi's main man, Abraham.
Since sealing their place in the final, Feyenoord have gone on to secure a third-placed finish domestically, despite a final-day defeat to Twente, when their thoughts may have understandably drifted elsewhere.
That setback halted an 11-game unbeaten run in all competitions, but the 15-times Dutch champions are a force to be reckoned with under Slot, whose philosophy contrasts starkly with the pure pragmatism of Mourinho.
Feyenoord are the only side from the Netherlands to win a European trophy this century and will hope to double their tally, but face a Roma side guided by serial winner Jose Mourinho.
Mourinho could complete the set of active Uefa trophies with a victory, and has never been beaten in the deciding encounter of a major European competition.
It’s a tournament that appeared to be more of an inconvenience than anything for the likes of Tottenham and Antonio Conte earlier in the season, but these two sides will of course be desperate to win it.
Jose Mourinho is into his fifth European final - he was won all on four occasions he’s made it this far in the past. He was emotional as Roma won their semi-final tie, showing just how much delivering the club a first European trophy since 1961 would mean to him.
Feyenoord meanwhile won the UEFA Cup 20 years ago and will be confident of pushing the Italian side all the way, despite going into the final as underdogs.
Jose Mourinho’s men overcame Leicester City in the previous round and will be competing for their first-ever major European title. Their boss will be looking to add this championship to his previous Champions League and Europa League successes.
As for Feyenoord, who overcame Marseille, they are seeking to become the first side to win the European Cup, UEFA Cup and Conference League titles. Arne Slot could also become the 13th different Dutch manager to claim European silverware.
The inaugural 2022 UEFA Europa Conference League final is set for Wednesday, when Roma will take on Feyenoord Rotterdam. Roma finished sixth in Italy's Serie A and is looking to win its first UEFA-organized tournament. Rotterdam placed third in the Netherlands' Eredivisie and has previously won two UEFA Cups and one European Cup. The 2022 UEFA Europa Conference League final will be the third meeting between the clubs, with Roma holding the 1-1-0 head-to-head advantage. You can see what happens next when you stream the match on Paramount+.
Kickoff from Arena Kombëtare in Tirana, Albania is set for 3 p.m. ET. Caesars Sportsbook lists Roma as the +130 favorite (risk $100 to win $130) on the 90-minute money line in its latest Roma vs. Feyenoord odds, with Feyenoord the +205 underdog. A draw is priced at +235 and the over-under for total goals is 2.5. Wednesday's match will be streamed live on Paramount+ with their must-have Premium plan.
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Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the Europa Conference League final:
When and where is it?
The final of the Europa Conference League between Roma and Feyenoord will kick-off at 8pm BST on Wednesday 25 May. It will be held at the Arena Kombëtare in Tirana, Albania.
How can I watch?
Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch Roma vs Feyenoord live on BT Sport 1, with coverage due to begin at 7.30pm BST. Subscribers can watch the game via the BT Sport app or online player, while the broadcaster will also be providing a free stream on their YouTube channel.
Jose Mourinho has never lost a major European final and is believed to have few injury headaches. Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been struggling with an injury suffered during the semi-final first leg against Leicester, but has travelled to Albania. Rick Karsdorp and Chris Smalling are likely to start.
Feyenoord wrapped up their league season a week earlier than Roma, which may allow Reiss Nelson, Tyrell Malacia and Gernot Trauner time to recover from knocks. Goalkeeper Justin Bijlow has not played since undergoing foot surgery in March but is part of the squad named by Arne Slot, and could come back into the side.
Having recently recovered from his latest muscular injury, Roma forward Nicolo Zaniolo - who appeared as a substitute last time out - is in contention to start in Wednesday's final.
Therefore, Eldor Shomurodov should drop out of the side that started against Torino on Friday, while Jordan Veretout's spot in midfield is also vulnerable to the claims of Bryan Cristante, who has often featured in Europe this term.
Finally back at full tilt after the long layoff which followed his Euro 2020 heroics, Leonardo Spinazzola lined up on the left flank in Turin - with young Nicola Zalewski switching to the right side of Mourinho's midfield - but former Feyenoord man Rick Karsdorp has been a regular at wing-back and will hope to be involved.
Now back in action after a hamstring injury, Henrikh Mkhitaryan is now available and could feature in support of England striker Tammy Abraham, who will be on hand to lead the line, having netted 26 times in 51 appearances this season.
Meanwhile, Genk loanee Cyriel Dessers, who moved clear as the Conference League's top scorer by netting his ninth and 10th goals of the campaign in the semi-final, starts up front for Feyenoord, who should adopt a 4-2-3-1 formation.
The Nigeria international is set to be flanked by Reiss Nelson - currently on loan from Arsenal - and Luis Sinisterra, who will aim to increase his tally of six goals in the competition.
First-choice goalkeeper Justin Bijlow has only just returned to training after being sidelined since March, so Ofir Marciano should continue as the last line of defence for Arne Slot's side.
AS Roma: While this is Roma's third appearance in a major UEFA final, and first for 31 years, it is Mourinho's fifth. He has been triumphant in each of the previous four -- with Porto in the 2003 UEFA Cup and 2004 UEFA Champions League, Inter in the 2010 UEFA Champions League and Manchester United in the 2017 UEFA Europa League. He has, however, lost two UEFA Super Cups. Despite being hit for six by both Manchester United and Bodø/Glimt in recent excursions abroad, Roma have found the net in all of their last 14 European fixtures outside the Italian capital (W9 D1 L4). The last time they failed to score on the road in Europe was in their last encounter on neutral territory, when they lost 2-0 to Sevilla in the German city of Duisburg in the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League round of 16.
Feyenoord: Fifth in the Dutch Eredivisie last season, 29 points behind champions Ajax, Feyenoord secured their fifth European group stage appearance in six seasons by coming through three UEFA Europa Conference League qualifying rounds at the expense of Drita, Luzern and Elfsborg. This is Feyenoord's first European final since they lifted the UEFA Cup for the second time 20 years ago, defeating Dortmund 3-2 at their own stadium in Rotterdam with goals from Pierre van Hooijdonk (two) and Jon Dahl Tomasson. Their only previous major UEFA final on neutral territory was their 2-1 win against Celtic in 1970, although they lost the 2002 UEFA Super Cup 3-1 to Madrid in Monaco
Roma: Rui Patrício; Mancini, Smalling, Ibañez; Karsdorp, Cristante, Sérgio Oliveira, Pellegrini, Zalewski; Zaniolo, Abraham
Feyenoord: Bijlow; Geertruida, Trauner, Senesi, Malacia; Til, Aursnes, Orkun Kökçü; Nelson, Dessers, Sinisterra
A tight final goes to extra-time, with Roma netting late on to secure Jose Mourinho another trophy. Roma 2-1 Feyenoord (aet)
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