Next season three additional Champions League spots will be available due to UEFA’s revised regulations

The upcoming season of the Champions League will see a lot of changes as UEFA looks to add some excitement to the competition for both players and spectators.

It won’t be evident until it resumes in a few months’ time whether that turns out to be the case.

Next season three additional Champions League spots will be available due to UEFA's revised regulations
    Next season three additional Champions League spots will be available due to UEFA’s revised regulations

Newcastle has no luck in Europe.

Newcastle may have thought they could sneak in by the back door for the upcoming season after dipping their toes into the top European competition for the first time in more than 20 years, but circumstances have worked against them.

So much so that Man United’s stunning FA Cup victory meant that they entered the Europa League; as a result, Chelsea was dropped to the Conference League and Newcastle lost out completely. As a result, the Magpies won’t even be in Europe at all the next season.

According to the Shields Gazette, Germany and Italy will each receive an additional Champions League spot due to their coefficient standing, while a third spot will go to a team that qualifies via the champions method.

Due to Aston Villa’s failure to win the Conference League and Man United and Newcastle’s elimination from the Champions League at the group stage, England was not awarded the additional spot.

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