Do FA Cup winners qualify for Champions League?
The top four teams in the Premier League qualify for the Champions League, while the FA Cup winners, the Carabao Cup winners and the fifth-placed side in the top flight go into the Europa League. Simple, right? If only. At BBC Sport we get plenty of messages asking us ‘what happens if this happens?’
What are the rules for the Champions League?
What are the UEFA Champions League rules?Away goal: This applies in the case of a draw. …Card elimination : This applies in the knockout phase. …Simultaneous kickoff: In all rounds, UEFA tries its best to start all matches at the same time, the exception being, matches played in regions with far different time zones, Russia …More items…
Which countries qualify for the Champions League?
Who Is In The Champions League?Everyone else (except Liechtenstein, which gets 0)Portugal, Ukraine, Belgium, Turkey, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Netherlands, Greece, AustriaFrance, RussiaSpain, Germany, England, Italy
Do you qualify for Champions League if you win it?
Yes. The winner of the Champions League and the Europa League both qualify for the Champion’s League next season. These two teams will be placed in Pot 1 for next season’s Champions League group stage draw, along with the winners of the English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, and Russian leagues.