Who qualifies for Champions League, Europa League from Premier League?

Who qualifies for Champions League, Europa League from Premier League?

We now know the way the Premier League’s slots within the Champions League and the Europe League will likely be crammed — however there might finally be EIGHT English teams in European competitors. Here is how.

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Who certified for the Champions League?

Liverpool and Man Metropolis secured their locations lengthy earlier than the final day of the season. Chelsea and Manchester United pipped Leicester Metropolis to the ultimate two locations on the final day.

Champions League group stage: Liverpool, Man Metropolis, Man United, Chelsea

Who certified for the Europa League?

Leicester go direct to the Europa League group stage together with the FA Cup winners. As Man Metropolis gained the Carabao Cup and don’t want the Europa League place related to it, that transfers to the Premier League, so Tottenham will enter the competitors within the second qualifying spherical. Subsequent season, this spherical will happen on Sept. 17 as a one-legged tie. Arsenal are into the Europa League group stage as FA Cup winners.

Europa League group stage: Leicester, Arsenal
Europa League second qualifying spherical: Tottenham

What occurs if Chelsea or Man Metropolis win the Champions League?

As a result of each completed within the prime 4 it will not have any impact on the variety of Premier League teams within the Champions League. It purely means teams from different leagues will transfer up a spherical to fill the empty slot.

If the UCL titleholder doesn’t take the place within the group stage reserved for them — so this may be the identical if, say, Bayern Munich, Juventus or Chelsea, gained the competitors and completed within the prime 4 — the champions of nation ranked 11th in UEFA’s coefficient go direct to the group stage. For subsequent season, this would be the champions of the Netherlands, Ajax Amsterdam (they assume rank 1 despite the fact that the Dutch didn’t title champions).

The champions of the Czech Republic (Sparta Prague), Greece (Olympiakos), Israel (Maccabi Tel Aviv) and Cyprus (Omonia) additionally transfer as much as begin in a later qualifying spherical.

Man Metropolis have been saved from a European ban subsequent season. Laurence Griffiths/Getty Photographs

What occurs if Man United or Wolves win the Europa League?

If Man United win, it won’t affect any entry to both competitors from the Premier League. However the place reserved for the Europa League titleholder within the Champions League group stage will go to Stade Rennes, who ought to have entered within the third qualifying spherical. The runners-up of Turkey (Besiktas) and Netherlands (AZ Alkmaar) would transfer up a spherical.

If Wolves win the Europa League, England would have a total of EIGHT teams in Europe — 5 within the Champions League with the Europa League allocation of three unaffected. It’s because the place for the European titleholder doesn’t have an effect on locations earned domestically.

Champions League: Liverpool, Man Metropolis, Man United, Chelsea, Wolves (Europa League winners)
Europa League group stage: Leicester, Arsenal
Europa League second qualifying spherical: Tottenham

What if English teams win each competitions?

Chelsea or Man Metropolis successful the Champions League wouldn’t have an effect on the allocation.

If each European winners end within the prime 4 (as an illustration Man Metropolis, Man United), the Premier League allocation is unchanged.

If one of many two European winners end outdoors the highest 4 and out of doors a Europa League place (as an illustration Man Metropolis and Wolves), England would play with EIGHT teams in Europe — 5 teams within the Champions League, and three within the Europa League.

Champions League: Liverpool, Man Metropolis (Champions League winners), Man United, Chelsea, Wolves (Europa League winners)
Europa League group stage: Leicester, Arsenal
Europa League second qualifying spherical: Tottenham

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