Mourinho’s Roma won the inaugural Europa Conference League last season and now stand a game away from Champions League qualification if they can defeat Sevilla in Budapest.
Victory would see Mourinho become the first manager to win the Europa League with three different clubs, following previous triumphs with Porto and Manchester United.
Sevilla are aiming to win the Europa League for a record-extending seventh time - the Spanish side won their sixth Europa League crown against Italian opposition in Inter Milan in 2020.
Here’s everything you need to know.
When is the Europa League final?
Sevilla face Roma at 8pm BST on Wednesday 31 May at the Puskas Arena in Budapest.
How can I watch it?
The Europa League final will be shown live on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting from 7:15pm.
BT Sport have also made the Europa League final free for everyone in the UK. The match will be available for free at www.btsport.com/final, on the BT Sport YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/btsport, or via the BT Sport App.
What is the team news?
Marcos Acuna is suspended but Joan Jordan and Suso have overcome injuries to be avialable for the final. Tanguy Nianzou and Marcao are doubts.
Paulo Dybala is a doubt for the Europa League final and has not played since the first leg of the semi-finals three weeks ago. Leonardo Spinazzola is also doubtful - but both players have trained ahead of the final.
Sevilla: Bounou; Jesus Navas, Bade, Gudelj, Alex Telles; Fernando, Rakitic; Ocampos, Oliver Torres, Bryan Gil; En-Nesyri
For 90 minutes
Sevilla’s Europa League heritage or Mourinho’s European magic? Either way, this will be close, but with a Roma winner in extra time. Sevilla 1-2 Roma, after extra time