The champions, European qualifiers and relegated sides from Europe’s 10 biggest leagues…

Ian Watson
Barcelona, PSG and Bayern Munich all celebrate after being presented with their league title trophies.

Europe’s top 10 leagues have all been decided with play-offs now decided. Here are the champions; the sides who qualified for Europe; the relegated clubs; and domestic cup winners from Europe’s top 10 leagues, according to UEFA…


England – Premier League

Champions: Manchester City

Champions League qualifiers: Arsenal, Manchester United, Newcastle

Europa League qualifiers: Liverpool, Brighton – West Ham could qualify if they win the Europa Conference League final.

Europa Conference League qualifiers: Aston Villa

Relegated: Southampton, Leeds, Leicester

FA Cup winners: Manchester City.


Spain – La Liga

Champions: Barcelona

Champions League qualifiers: Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Real Sociedad. – Sevilla will also play in the Champions League after winning this season’s Europa League.

Europa League qualifiers: Villarreal, Real Betis

Europa Conference League qualifiers: Osasuna

Relegated: Elche, Espanyol, Real Valladolid

Copa del Rey winners: Real Madrid


Germany – Bundesliga

Champions: Bayern Munich

Champions League qualifiers: Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, Union Berlin

Europa League qualifiers: Freiburg, Bayer Leverkusen

Europa Conference League qualifiers: Eintracht Frankfurt

Relegated: Hertha Berlin, Schalke – Stuttgart beat Hamburg 6-1 on aggregate in their relegation play-off to avoid the drop.

DFB Pokal winners: RB Leipzig


Italy – Serie A

Champions:  Napoli

Champions League qualifiers: Lazio, Inter Milan, AC Milan

Europa League qualifiers: Atalanta, Roma.

Europa Conference League qualifiers: Juventus

Relegated: Sampdoria, Cremonese, Spezia.

Coppa Italia winners: Inter Milan

Napoli celebrate after being presented with the Serie A trophy.

France – Ligue 1

Champions: PSG

Champions League qualifiers: Lens, Marseille

Europa League qualifiers: Rennes, Toulouse (as cup winners)

Europa Conference League qualifiers: Lille

Relegated: Angers, Troyes, Ajaccio, Auxerre – four teams relegated, two to come up, as Ligue 1 is reduced from 20 teams to 18 for next season.

Coupe de France winners: Toulouse


Netherlands – Eredivisie

Champions: Feyenoord

Champions League qualifiers: PSV

Europa League qualifiers: Ajax

Europa Conference League qualifiers: AZ Alkmaar, Twente.

Relegated: Groningen, Cambuur, Emmen.

KNVB Beker winners: PSV


Portugal – Liga Portugal

Champions: Benfica

Champions League qualifiers: Porto, Braga

Europa League qualifiers: Sporting Lisbon

Europa Conference League qualifiers: Arouca, Vitoria de Guimaraes

Relegated: Santa Clara, Pacos de Ferreira, Maritimo.

Taca de Portugal winners: Porto

Belgium – Jupiler Pro League

Champions: Royal Antwerp

Champions League qualifiers: Genk

Europa League qualifiers: Union Saint-Gilloise

Europa Conference League qualifiers: Club Brugge, Gent

Relegated: Oostende, Zulte Waregem, Setaing

Croky Cup winners: Royal Antwerp


Scotland – Premiership

Champions: Celtic

Champions League qualifiers: Rangers

Europa League qualifiers: Aberdeen

Europa Conference League qualifiers: Hearts, Hibs

Relegated: Dundee United – Ross County beat Partick Thistle in the relegation play-off final to survive

Scottish Cup winners: Celtic


Austria – Bundesliga

Champions: RB Salzburg

Champions League qualifiers: Sturm Graz

Europa League qualifiers: LASK

Europa Conference League qualifiers: Rapid Vienna, Austria Vienna

Relegated: Ried

Austrian Cup winners: Sturm Graz

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