Leverkusen Seek Second Trophy in Europa League Final

Bayer Leverkusen ended Bayern Munich’s 11-year Bundesliga dominance, becoming the first team to complete the season unbeaten
Nicknamed Bayer ‘Neverlusen,’ Leverkusen boasts a European record of 51 unbeaten matches since August, challenging Atalanta in the final

Bayer Leverkusen, with only two major trophies in their 119-year history, is on the brink of a historic season. On Wednesday, the newly crowned Bundesliga champions face Atalanta in the Europa League final in Dublin, and they have the opportunity to secure a double.
This season, Leverkusen ended Bayern Munich’s 11-year dominance in the Bundesliga. Under the guidance of Xabi Alonso, they became the first team in the league’s 61-year history to complete the season unbeaten.
Their remarkable undefeated streak in all competitions has earned them the nickname Bayer ‘Neverlusen.’ Atalanta, the Serie A side, faces a formidable challenge against a team that has not lost in a European record 51 matches since August.