The Europa League will take place on Sunday at the historic Stade de France, and Spain have the chance to claim a fourth title in five years.

It will be the fourth time Spain have won the cup since the 2002-03 season, but only their fourth victory since the 2003-04 campaign, when they won the final in London.

This time, they will face Germany in the quarter-finals, after the Germans drew 0-0 at the Bernabeu.

It has been a busy week for the two teams, with the final of the Europa League final between PSG and Borussia Dortmund at the Stade Louis II on Thursday being postponed.

On Friday, the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup took place in Brazil.

They are now just three points adrift of the quarter final spot, with four games to go.

They will also play on Sunday in the final on the same pitch.

The game between Madrid and Valencia, who have both won the Champions League twice this season, has been pushed back by several hours due to severe rain. 

“I think the weather is good,” said manager Josep Maria Bartomeu.

“It’s a big chance for us.

I think the players are excited to come here and play on this pitch.” 

“The weather is perfect,” added Marta.

“We are playing in the city where we were born and raised.

It is the only place where I feel like I can play and win.

I can’t be a little bit nervous.”