Roma, Juventus to play in 2018 Europa League final – Sky Sports

Ajax and Juventus are set to face off in a Champions League final in 2018, with both teams set to be crowned European champions.

The teams will play at the Daltile, a 4,000-seater stadium in Bergamo, Italy, on Thursday afternoon (local time).

Both sides are represented by the same coach, Alessandro Del Piero, who also coached Roma from 2016-17.

The Italians will play in the first leg on Thursday evening, while Juventus will play on the second leg.

It is understood that the winner of the second-leg will be crowned the European champions on Sunday.

The first leg is to be played on April 7, while the final on May 10.

The last time a team won the Europa League trophy was in 1994-95, when Barcelona beat Ajax 2-1 in the last 16.

The competition has been played in Italy since the mid-1990s, with four winners in the competition in 20 years.