What is the UEFA Nations League and how does it work?
The UEFA Nations League gets under way this weekend – and could well be a source of confusion for many a football fan. It is a new competition designed by UEFA to revitalise interest in football during the international break and do away with those dull friendlies fans have to suffer through.
How do you qualify for the Europa League?
UEFA Europa League (UEL) qualification. In normal circumstances, three UEL places are given to English clubs who fulfil the following criteria: The fifth-placed team in the Premier League qualify for the group stage proper. The winners of the FA Cup qualify for the group stage proper. The EFL Cup winners qualify for the second qualifying round.
How is the number of teams in the Champions League decided?
This is decided on the basis of a co-efficient system devised by the UEFA which allot the number of teams country’s league can enter in the competition based on their performances over the last few seasons. How does UEFA’s coefficient system work?
What is the UEFA Champions League?
For years now, the UEFA Champions League has been one of the richest and most prestigious club level competitions the world over. Top clubs from countries all over Europe take part in a bid to be crowned the best of the best in the continent.