Champions League

How the UEFA Champions League and Europa League Will Look From Next Season if European Super League Becomes Reality

Mudeet Arora
UEFA Champions League and Europa League will look much different from next season
UEFA Champions League and Europa League will look much different from next season / Denis Doyle/Getty Images
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With the ongoing bombshell of a news with regards to the European Super League, the UEFA Champions League and Europa League will look very different if the new league is created.

On Sunday, a joint statement from 12 of Europe's leading clubs confirmed their plans for a new competition and their resignation from the European Club Association.

The Premier League's 'big six,' as well as three sides from both Serie A and La Liga respectively, are the founding clubs.

The competition is set to be played in midweek alongside domestic leagues and would mean the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona would not compete in the Champions League or Europa League.

This will definitely see the introduction of different teams from all leagues into the UEFA Champions League and Europa League.

If we look at current positions, then these clubs will be taking part in the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League from the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A......


UEFA Champions League:

England: Leicester, West Ham, Everton, Leeds

Italy: Atalanta, Napoli, Lazio, Roma

Spain: Sevilla, Villarreal, Betis, Sociedad


UEFA Europa League:

England: Aston Villa, Wolves, Crystal Palace

Italy: Sassuolo, Verona, Sampdoria

Spain: Granada, Levante, Celta Vigo


As of now, the Champions League and Europa League have not been suspended contrary to some reports, but UEFA have confirmed that all those participating in the Super League would face bans from all UEFA and FIFA competitions and any players involved would not be permitted to play in international tournaments such as the Euros or World Cup.

Reports have alsos tated that every club in the Super League could also be sued for a whopping €60 billion.

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