They didn't qualify for the UEFA Champions League but they did qualify for the Europa League.
No. There is no such provision
It is determined by the teams strength in the Champions League. The stronger the league, the more teams that can qualify from it. The winner of the UEFA cup from the previous year gets an automatic qualification.
The top four teams qualify for the U.E.F.A. champion league.
No. You qualify for the next season's Europa League, unless you qualify for the Champions League in another way (e.g. winning your domestic league).
The runners up in the 1978 UEFA Champions League were the Club Brugge.
The top four teams from the top qualify for the U.E.F.A.
Those clubs who fail to qualify for the champion league by coming fifth play in the U.E.F.A cup. It is now called The Europa League.
finish 2nd 1st in their gruop
Yes they automatically qualify for UEFA Europa League.
The team that won the Premier League in 1995 was Manchester United. This made them qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
Liverpool were the last English club to win the UEFA Cup, they did so in 2001. It is now called the Europa League.
Chelsea Football Club
Finish 3rd or 4th in champions league group league so u don't qualify for the knock out stage
because they are the only London club to win the UEFA Champions League.
uefa champions league: Chelsea Manchester City Manchester U. Arsenal uefa europa league tottenham newcastle liverpool(cup winner)
Liverpool. Uefa, League, FA and Super
Chelsea Football Club Bayern Munich
Liverpool have won the Old 1st Division, Old 2nd Division, F.A. Cup, League Cup, UEFA Cup, UEFA Champions League & UEFA Super Cup and Carling cup
Stoke City have played in the UEFA Cup twice ( 1972 - 73 & 1974 - 75 ). They also appeared in the recently revamped UEFA Cup, now known as the UEFA Europa League in the 2011 - 12 season.
It is U.E.F.A or Champion League, as here you are the best club in Europe, while Premier league you are the only club best in a country.
The way for a club to qualify for the Champions League is by them finishing in a Champions League position in their European national league at the end of the domestic season before the given Champions League tournement. The number of Champions League positions in a national league is determined by that country's league's UEFA co-efficient ( e.g how well teams from that league have performed in the Champions League and UEFA Cup / Europa League in recent seasons ). Leagues with high UEFA co-efficients such as England, Spain and Italy will receive lots of Champions League positions ( 3 or 4 ), wheras lesser co-efficients that may belong to the likes of Scotland, Croatia and the Ukraine will only grant Leagues with a low number of Champions League positions ( 1 or 2 ). Once you have secured a Champions League position, you may be put straight into the group stages of the compettition or you will have to qualify for the group stages seperately. This all depends on the national league the club is in and the position the club finished in the previous season. If it turns out that the club in question must qualify for the group stages, they must play 1, 2, 3 or 4 qualifying rounds with other clubs in the same position as they are. Like the Group Stage and Roung of 16 draws, these are seeded but with the club's individual UEFA co-efficient called into question. The clubs with the highest individual UEFA co-efficients will be seeded and those with the lower co-efficients will not. The 10 winners of the Group Stage qualification rounds will progress to the Group Stages to join the 22 automatic qualifiers and thus, full qualifications is complete. The other, and simpler, way to qualify is by winning the previous season's Champions League tournement outright which will earn you automatic entry to the next season's Champions League Group Stage. If this happens and the winners of the tournement fail to get into the Champions League positions in their domestic league in the season when they would have tried to qualify for the Champions League competittion for the season after the season when they won the competittion, the club in the bottom Champions League position would not be entered for the competittion but instead, the club who won the tournement in the previous season would be entered. I hope this helps