All Clubs That Crashed Out Of The Champions League To The Europa League
Here is a full list of football clubs that have been knocked out of the UEFA Champions League but would feature in the Europa league.
Following the final fixtures of the UEFA Champions League group stages, a few clubs have been knocked out of the competition. Clubs that finished third on the table in the champions league would be dropped into the round of 32 of the UEFA Europa League.
Some unexpected names have been relegated to this category, and we might just be getting a Champions League-like environment in the competitions.
Which Teams Dropped From Champions League To Europa?
One exit that shocked the football world was that of Barcelona as the Spanish side with all the record signings could not get past the group stages of the competition as they only succeded in picking up two wins and a draw in all 6 fixtures played in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League.
- Bayer Leverkusen
- Red Bull Salzburg
- Shakhtar Donestsk
- Sporting Lisbon
Which Clubs Would Play In The Round Of 32 In The UEFA Europa League?
The round of 32 draws would take place on Monday, November 7, 2022, as the second-placed teams in the Europa League would be drawn with clubs that finished third in the Champions League.
Clubs that finished second in the Europa league include:
- PSV (NED)
- Rennes (FRA)
- Roma (ITA)
- Union Berlin (GER)
- Manchester United (ENG)
- Midtjylland (DEN)
- Nantes (FRA)
- Monaco (FRA)
Which Clubs Would Play In The Europa League Round Of 16?
Clubs that finished top of the table in the UEFA Europa League have received an automatic qualification into the round of 16 of the competition and would play against the sides that come out victorious in the round of 32 of the competition.
These clubs include:
- Arsenal (ENG)
- Betis (ESP)
- Fenerbahçe (TUR)
- Ferencváros (HUN)
- Feyenoord (NED)
- Freiburg (GER)
- Real Sociedad (ESP)
- Union Saint-Gilloise (BEL)
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