Tottenham may lose the Europa League place even though it is ranked 6th

Jose Mourinho’s teachers and students hugged each other to celebrate finishing sixth after round 38, which almost means Tottenham will have tickets to the Europa League next season. But wait, there’s still a chance they lost their tickets.

UEFA’s early-season rule is that the Premier League only has a maximum of 7 European Cup slots, of which 4 go to the Champions League and 3 to the Europa League. But remember, the winners of the Champions League and the Europa League are guaranteed a direct entry to the group stage of the Champions League next season.

A maximum of 5 Premier League teams can participate in the Champions League

A maximum of 5 Premier League teams can participate in the Champions League. If a team is out of the Top 4 to win the Champions League or the Europa League, they will join the Top 4 in the Champions League, and England only has 2 places to go to the Europa League.

3 ways to win tickets to the Europa League

Ranked 5th in the Premier League: Go straight to the group stage of the Europa League.

FA Cup Champion: Go straight to the group stage of Europa League.

Confederation Cup Champion: Enter the second qualifying round of Europa League.

Ranking at the end of the Premier League season 2019/20

Because Man City won the League Cup, their Europa League second qualifying place was given to the highest-ranking team in the Premier League without a ticket to Europe, specifically the sixth team Tottenham.

But so far, there are the following teams that are sure to go to Europe next season. They are Liverpool, Man City, MU, Chelsea (Champions League), and Leicester (Europa League). And Tottenham – 6th place team? Not sure. Why? Let’s go into specific scenarios.

At this time, MU and Chelsea were sure to attend the Champions League This is based on their Premier League rankings, so the fact that they won the European Cup did not change. Now it only depends on the results of the FA Cup final and Wolves’ Europa League journey.