This is Julen Lopetegui's first title win as manager. And it's been quite the redemption after he was fired by Real Madrid, last season, after just 14 games in charge.
Luuk de Jong is the first ever player to score two headers in a Europa League or Champions League final.
More de Jong goodness. All nine of de Jong's goals in all competitions this season have been game-tying or go-ahead goals.
No club has won more UEFA Cups/Europa Leagues than Sevilla. This is their sixth win. The next closest are Inter, Liverpool, Juventus and Atletico Madrid - all of whom have won three.
Diego Godin, who scored in the 2014 Champions League final for Atletico Madrid, is the sixth player to score in both a European Cup/Champions League final and a UEFA Cup/Europa League final after Steven Gerrard, Hernan Crespo, Dmitri Alenichev, Allan Simonsen and Pedro.
Romelu Lukaku has extended his record to 11 consecutive UEL games scored in.
Lukaku's 16 career goals in Europa League knockout stages is tied for third-most with Alexandre Lacazette and Oscar Cardozo since the competition was restructured in 2009-10 (from the UEFA Cup to the Europa League). In the top two positions are Radamel Falcao (20) and Kevin Gameiro (19).
This is heartwarming. Jesus Navas was 20 years old when he, and Sevilla, won their first UEFA Cup title. Fourteen years later, he has captained his hometown team to his third, and their sixth, title.
Lukaku has tied Ronaldo's record for the most number of goals scored in a debut season for Inter Milan. Ronaldo's 34 came in 1997-98.
Lukaku is also tied for the third-most goals scored in a single season in Inter's 112-year-old history. The only two with more? Samuel Eto'o (37 in 2010-11) and Antonio Angelillo (36 in 1958-59).
The rebranding of the tournament has certainly worked for Spain. Spanish clubs have won seven of the 11 Europa League editions since 2009-10.
Sevilla have not lost a single UEFA Cup/Europa League final. This is the best 100% winning record in the final of any UEFA competition.