Manchester United will face Villarreal in the Europa League Final later this month.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side finally overcame their semi-final hoodoo as they defeated Italian side AS Roma 8-5 on aggregate across two legs.
United came from behind to win the first encounter 6-2 at Old Trafford a week ago before losing 3-2 in the Italian capital on Thursday night.
It marks the first time United have reached a major final in any competition under Solskjaer having previously been knocked out of four cup semi-finals under the Norweigan (2x League Cup, 1x FA Cup, 1x UEFA Europa League).
Their reward for progressing to their first final will be a match against Villarreal at the end of the month.
They booked their place in the showpiece event after they defeated Arsenal on aggregate across two legs.
Villarreal held on to defeat Mikel Arteta's side 2-1 in Spain last week before securing a 0-0 draw.
The match will take play at the Stadion Miekski in Gdansk on Wednesday 26 May.
Uefa have already announced that up to 9,500 supporters will be able to attend the match, however there will only be a small allocation provided to each of the finalists.
6,000 of the 9,500 tickets have been allocated for supporters but only 2,000 will go to each team, with the remaining 2,000 being offered on general sale.
The tickets are priced at Category 4: €40, Category 3: €65, Category 2: €90 and Category 1: €130 and are on sale until Friday 7 May.