We all know the top four teams in the Premier League will qualify for the UEFA Champions League next season, but with Liverpool reaching the Europa League final and Manchester United in the FA Cup final, who else can make it?
The answer: plenty of teams are still in the hunt with two weeks to go and some have already sealed their spots in Europe.
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Below is a look at the scenarios which could see which Premier League can qualify for Europe for next season.
Sidenote: It’s complicated, especially the final scenario…
Who has already qualified for Europe?
Leicester City: have won Premier League which means they’ll be a top seed in the Champions League group stage draw.
Tottenham: Spurs are guaranteed a top four finish and a place in at least the Champions League play-off round.
Manchester City: After winning the Capital One Cup, City have qualified for the third qualifying round of the Europa League.
What about the cup winners?
UEFA Europa League winners: If Liverpool win the Europa League they will qualify for UEFA Champions League group stage.
FA Cup winners: Will qualify for the UEFA Europa League.
Capital One Cup winners: Manchester City have already qualified for the UEFA Europa League BUT if they finish in top four they will be in UEFA Champions League.
Where do teams have to finish in PL to qualify for Europe?
Premier League champions: Qualify for UEFA Champions League group stage
Premier League runners up: Qualify for UEFA Champions League group stage
Premier League third place: Qualify for UEFA Champions League group stage
Premier League fourth place: Qualify for UEFA Champions League play-off round
Premier League fifth place: Qualify for UEFA Europa League group stage
Premier League sixth place: Will qualify for UEFA Europa League third qualifying round IF Manchester City (Capital One Cup winner) finish in top four
Premier League seventh place: Will qualify for UEFA Europa League qualifiers IF Man United win the FA Cup AND finish in the top six AND Man City finish in the top five
Note: if Liverpool win the Europa League and finish in fifth, sixth or seventh, then the Premier League will not get an extra Europa League spot.