the champions, the qualified in the European cups, the relegated… The summary of the European championships

A new season is coming to an end for the major European Championships. As Paris Saint-Germain’s coronation marked the Ligue 1 season, the tension lasted until the final game in England and Italy with the titles of Manchester City and AC Milan, Sunday 22 May. Overview of what will become the Europe of football in the coming financial year.

England: Eighth title for Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United in Europa League

1st: Manchester City, qualified for the Champions League

2nd: Liverpool, qualified for the Champions League

3rd: Chelseaqualified for the Champions League

4th: Tottenhamqualified for the Champions League

5th: Arsenalqualified for the Europa League

6th: Manchester United, qualified in the Europa League

7th: West Ham, Europa League conference play-off

18th: Burnley – 19th: Watford – 20th: Norwich, relegated to championship

> The newly promoted: Fulham (1st), Bournemouth (2nd) and Huddersfield of Nottingham Forest (accession dam)

> Top scorers: Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) and Heung Min Son (Tottenham) with 23 goals

Germany: Bayern of course, European Union Berlin and Freiburg

1st: Bayern Munich, qualified for the Champions League

2nd: Borussia Dortmund, qualified for the Champions League

3rd: Bayer Leverkusen, qualified for the Champions League

4th: RB Leipzig, Champions League qualified

5th: Union Berlin, qualified for the Europa League

6th: Friborg, qualified in the Europa League

7th: FC Cologne, qualified for the Europa League conference

16th: Herta Berlin, play-off against Hamburg

17th: Arminia Bielefeld – 18th: Greuter Furth, relegated to Bundesliga 2

> The newly promoted: Schalke 04 (1st), Werder Bremen (2nd) and Hamburg or Hertha Berlin (accession mother)

> Top scorer: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) with 35 goals

Italy: AC Milan crowned 11 years later

1st: AC Milan, qualified for the Champions League

2nd: Inter Milan, qualified for the Champions League

3rd: Naples, Champions League Qualified

4th: Juventus, qualified in the Champions League

5th: Lazio Romaqualified for the Europa League

6th: AS Romaqualified for the Europa League

7th: Fiorentina, play-off in the Europa League conference

18th: Cagliari – 19th: Genoa – 20th: Venezia, relegated to Serie B

> The newly promoted: Lecce (1st), Cremonese (2nd) then a third between Pisa, Monza and Brescia (entrance barrier)

> Top scorer: Ciro Immobile (Lazio Rome) with 27 goals

Spain: Holy Real, Spoiled Sevillians, European Villarreal

1st: Real Madridqualified for the Champions League

2nd: FC Barcelonaqualified for the Champions League

3rd: Atletico de Madridqualified for the Champions League

4th: Sevilla FCqualified for the Champions League

5th: Betis Sevillaqualified for the Europa League

6th: Real Sociedad, League Qualified Europe

7th: Villarreal, League play-off Europe conference

18th: Cadiz – 19th: Levante – 20th: Alaves, relegated to Liga2

> The newly promoted: Eibar (1st), Almeria (2nd) then a third between Valladolid, Tenerife, Gerona and Las Palmas.

> Top scorer: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) with 27 goals

Portugal: found the trio Porto, Sporting, Benfica

1st: FC Porto, Qualified in the League champions

2nd: Sporting Lisbon, League Qualified champions

3rd: Benfica, play-off in the Champions League

4th: Braga, League Qualified Europe conference

5th: Gil Vicente, play-off in the Europa League conference

16th: Moreirense – 17th: Tondela – 18th: Belenenses, relegated to Liga Portugal 2

> The newly promoted: Rio Ave (1st), Casa Pia (2nd), Chaves (win in the play-off)

> Top scorer: Darwin Nunez (Benfica) with 26 goals

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