Benfica Lisbon against Eintracht Frankfurt: Date, TV, Livestream and Liveticker
Eintracht Frankfurt plays against Benfica Lisbon in the first leg of the Europa League quarterfinal. Here on SOCCERSCORE you will find all information about the game, as well as the transmission on TV, livestream and live ticker.
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Eintracht from Frankfurt is the last German representative in international business. With a 1-0 win over Inter Milan, they could play their way into the quarter-finals. In the first leg against Benfica Lisbon, the way for the semi-finals of the Europa League is now to be paved.
The first leg of the quarter-finals of the Europa League will be shown on free TV. The match will be broadcast live on RTL by Eintracht in Lisbon from 9 p.m. on. On the streaming service DAZN you can also watch the meeting live. You can also watch all other Europa League matches live on DAZN.
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Even without livestream you can keep up to date about the game of the last German club in the international business. Here at SOCCERSCORE there is a live ticker with which you won’t miss anything important.
All quarter finals at a glance:
The Europa League quarter-final first leg between Benfica Lisbon and Eintracht Frankfurt will take place this week on Thursday 11 April at Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica. The return match will take place one week later on Thursday, 18 April, in Frankfurt.
So far, there have been two different kick-off times in the Europa League, at 18:55 and 21:00. For the quarter finals there is now a uniform time for the kick-off whistle. Therefore the game will be kicked off by Eintracht in Lisbon, like all other games, at 21 o’clock.
Among all German participants, Frankfurt is the last remaining club in the quarter-finals of the Europa League. After six wins in the group stage, they could manoeuvre themselves into the round of the last eight against Schachtjor Donezk and Inter Milan.