I think the champions are automatic, runners up via the qualifiers
Mexico, Panama, Brazil or Argentina qualify as such.
Alaska and Florida are the only such states that would qualify.
Africa and Antarctica both qualify.
It is rumored that Iceland and Greenland's locations were purposely switched by a cartographer. One simply made map does not qualify you as a cartographer.
Both are true. Reykjavik is the most northerly capital of a sovereign state, but Greenland is an autonomous dependent territory of Denmark, so by that measure Nuuk doesn't qualify.
I think it is two, and it is Celtic and Glasgow rangers each year.
In the English Premiership, the top two automatically qualify for the Champions League proper, whilst third and fourth place teams qualify for the Champions League qualifying rounds. The fifth team qualifies for the Europa League.
The first and second place teams automatically qualify. Third and Fourth place teams go into a Champions League qualifying round. Fifth place qualifies for the UEFA Cup.
in england, 4 teams can qualify to the champions league.
They qualify for champions league 99% of the time !
They didn't qualify for the UEFA Champions League but they did qualify for the Europa League.
Anything can happen in football ofcourse but Everton have no chance of winning Champions League in the near future because they haven't qualified this year. And even if they do qualify there is a LOT of competition in the CL.
Because they went into pre-qualifacation round wich they got 5th place and had the chance to play for a spot in the group stage
Only clubs qualify for the champion league each year.
NO they dont HAVE to qualify. But qualifying for the the tournament is a big achievement as it is the premier tournament of Europe.
yes it does.the team will go for play off.