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Who has qualified for UEFA Champions League 2024/2025?


The UEFA Champions League will undergo significant changes for the 2024/25 season as the competition is altered and expanded.

A total of 36 teams will earn a place in Europe’s most prestigious club competition, which will see the competitors grouped into a ‘league’ format in place of the more traditional group phase.

There has been opposition to the changes, with some concerns about the additional number of matches and travelling demands, plus the risk of the standard of the competition being diluted. However, the expansion does mean that more teams will get the opportunity to compete on the biggest stage, giving fans the prospect of watching matchups they might otherwise never have imagined possible.

Below is an updated list of the teams to have qualified for the 2024/25 competition.

MORE: How Italy and Germany beat England to the ‘extra’ Champions League places

Below is an updated list of all the teams to have qualified for the UEFA Champions League proper in 2024/25.

In total, 36 teams will qualify for the newly expanded tournament. The winners of this season’s Champions League and Europa League are guaranteed a place, along with 25 sides who qualify automatically through their domestic league position.

Two extra spots go to those leagues with the best coefficient rating — Italy and Germany for next season — and the final seven places are determined through a qualifying phase.

There are a number of changes coming to the Champions League format for the 2024/25 season. Here’s all of the main ones:

UEFA also stated it would increase revenue-sharing payments to €935 million ($983 million), an increase of 21% from the previous four-year cycle.

Each national association can receive up to €17 million over the four-year period to be distributed to clubs across its leagues.

UEFA says the money is earmarked for “implementing education and development programmes such as grassroots initiatives for girls and boys, social responsibility programmes, refereeing and coaching education, as well as financing football infrastructure — helping to build pitches, stadiums, training centres and headquarter offices.”

It’s not clear if UEFA will also decide to increase prize money for participating clubs in European competitions for the coming four-year cycle.

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