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2020–21 UEFA Champions League

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2020–21 UEFA Champions League
Istanbul Atatürk Olympic Stadium 1.jpg
The Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul will host the final
Tournament details
DatesQualifying:
8 August 2020 – 30 September 2020
Competition proper:
20 October 2020 – 29 May 2021
TeamsCompetition proper: 32
Total: 79, 80 or 81 (from 54 associations)

The 2020–21 UEFA Champions League will be the 66th season of Europe's premier club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the 29th season since it was renamed from the European Champion Clubs' Cup to the UEFA Champions League.

The final will be played at Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey.[1] The winners of the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League will automatically qualify for the 2021–22 UEFA Champions League group stage, and also earn the right to play against the winners of the 2020–21 UEFA Europa League in the 2021 UEFA Super Cup.

Association team allocation

A total of 79, 80 or 81 teams from 54 of the 55 UEFA member associations participate in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League (the exception being Liechtenstein, which does not organise a domestic league). The association ranking based on the UEFA country coefficients is used to determine the number of participating teams for each association:

  • Associations 1–4 each have four teams qualify.
  • Associations 5–6 each have three teams qualify.
  • Associations 7–15 each have two teams qualify.
  • Associations 16–55 (except Liechtenstein) each have one team qualify.
  • The winners of the 2019–20 UEFA Champions League and 2019–20 UEFA Europa League are each given an additional entry if they do not qualify for the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League through their domestic league.

Association ranking

For the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League, the associations are allocated places according to their 2019 UEFA country coefficients, which takes into account their performance in European competitions from 2014–15 to 2018–19.[2]

Apart from the allocation based on the country coefficients, associations may have additional teams participating in the Champions League, as noted below:

  • (UCL) – Additional berth for UEFA Champions League title holders
  • (UEL) – Additional berth for UEFA Europa League title holders
Association ranking for 2020–21 UEFA Champions League
Rank Association Coeff. Teams Notes
1  Spain 103.569 4
2  England 85.462
3  Italy 74.725
4  Germany 71.927
5  France 58.498 3
6  Russia 50.549
7  Portugal 48.232 2
8  Belgium 39.900
9  Ukraine 38.900
10  Turkey 34.600
11  Netherlands 32.433
12  Austria 31.250
13  Czech Republic 28.675
14  Greece 27.600
15  Croatia 27.375
16  Denmark 27.025 1
17   Switzerland 26.900
18  Cyprus 24.925
19  Serbia 22.250
Rank Association Coeff. Teams Notes
20  Scotland 22.125 1
21  Belarus 21.875
22  Sweden 20.900
23  Norway 20.200
24  Kazakhstan 19.250
25  Poland 19.250
26  Azerbaijan 19.000
27  Israel 18.625
28  Bulgaria 17.500
29  Romania 15.950
30  Slovakia 15.625
31  Slovenia 15.000
32  Liechtenstein 13.500 0
33  Hungary 10.500 1
34  North Macedonia 8.000
35  Moldova 7.750
36  Albania 7.500
37  Republic of Ireland 7.450
Rank Association Coeff. Teams Notes
38  Finland 7.275 1
39  Iceland 7.250
40  Bosnia and Herzegovina 7.125
41  Lithuania 6.750
42  Latvia 5.625
43  Luxembourg 5.500
44  Armenia 5.250
45  Malta 5.125
46  Estonia 5.000
47  Georgia 4.750
48  Wales 4.125
49  Montenegro 4.125
50  Faroe Islands 4.000
51  Gibraltar 4.000
52  Northern Ireland 3.875
53  Kosovo 2.500
54  Andorra 1.831
55  San Marino 0.666

Distribution

The following is the default access list.[3]

Access list for 2020–21 UEFA Champions League
Teams entering in this round Teams advancing from previous round
Preliminary round
(4 teams)
  • 4 champions from associations 52–55
First qualifying round
(34 teams)
  • 33 champions from associations 18–51 (except Liechtenstein)
  • 1 winner from the preliminary round
Second qualifying round Champions Path
(20 teams)
  • 3 champions from associations 15–17
  • 17 winners from the first qualifying round
League Path
(6 teams)
  • 6 runners-up from associations 10–15
Third qualifying round Champions Path
(12 teams)
  • 2 champions from associations 13–14
  • 10 winners from the second qualifying round (Champions Path)
League Path
(8 teams)
  • 3 runners-up from associations 7–9
  • 2 third-placed teams from associations 5–6
  • 3 winners from the second qualifying round (League Path)
Play-off round Champions Path
(8 teams)
  • 2 champions from associations 11–12
  • 6 winners from the third qualifying round (Champions Path)
League Path
(4 teams)
  • 4 winners from the third qualifying round (League Path)
Group stage
(32 teams)
  • Champions League title holders
  • Europa League title holders
  • 10 champions from associations 1–10
  • 6 runners-up from associations 1–6
  • 4 third-placed teams from associations 1–4
  • 4 fourth-placed teams from associations 1–4
  • 4 winners from the play-off round (Champions Path)
  • 2 winners from the play-off round (League Path)
Knockout phase
(16 teams)
  • 8 group winners from the group stage
  • 8 group runners-up from the group stage

Changes will be made to the access list above if the Champions League and/or Europa League title holders qualify for the tournament via their domestic leagues.

  • If the Champions League title holders qualify for the group stage via their domestic league, the champions of association 11 (Netherlands) will enter the group stage, and champions of the highest-ranked associations in earlier rounds will also be promoted accordingly.
  • If the Europa League title holders qualify for the group stage via their domestic league, the third-placed team of association 5 (France) will enter the group stage, and runners-up of the highest-ranked associations in the second qualifying round will also be promoted accordingly.
  • If the Champions League and/or Europa League title holders qualify for the qualifying rounds via their domestic league, their spot in the qualifying rounds is vacated, and teams of the highest-ranked associations in earlier rounds will be promoted accordingly.
  • An association may have a maximum of five teams in the Champions League. Therefore, if both the Champions League and Europa League title holders come from the same top-four association and finish outside of the top four of their domestic league, the fourth-placed team of the league will not compete in the Champions League and will instead compete in the Europa League.

As a result of schedule delays to both the 2019–20 and 2020–21 European seasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020–21 European season will start before the conclusion of the 2019–20 European season. Therefore, the changes to the access list that should be made based on which teams are the Champions League and Europa League title holders may not be certain after matches of the earlier qualifying rounds have been played and/or their draws have been made. How changes will be implemented in this case will be confirmed by UEFA.

Teams

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe, the deadline for entering the tournament had been postponed until further notice.[4] In early April 2020, UEFA sent a letter to all member associations that domestic leagues must be completed in full without ending prematurely in order to qualify for European competitions.[5] After meeting with the 55 UEFA associations on 21 April 2020, UEFA strongly recommended them to finish domestic top league and cup competitions, although in some special cases where it is not possible, UEFA would develop guidelines concerning participation in its club competitions in case of a cancelled league or cup.[6][7] After the UEFA Executive Committee meeting on 23 April 2020, UEFA announced that if a domestic competition is prematurely terminated for legitimate reasons in accordance with conditions related to public health or economic problems, the national associations concerned are required to select their participating teams for the 2020–21 UEFA club competitions based on sporting merit in the 2019–20 domestic competitions, and UEFA reserves the right to refuse their admission if UEFA deems the termination of the competitions not legitimate, or the selection procedure not objective, transparent and non-discriminatory, or the team is perceived by the public as qualifying unfairly. A suspended domestic competition may also be restarted with a different format from the original one in a manner which would still facilitate qualification on sporting merit.[8][9] All leagues should communicate to UEFA by 25 May 2020 whether they intend to restart their competitions.[10]

The labels in the parentheses show how each team qualified for the place of its starting round:

  • TH: Champions League title holders
  • EL: Europa League title holders
  • 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc.: League positions of the previous season
  • Abd-: League positions of abandoned season due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe as determined by the national association; all teams are subject to approval by UEFA as per the guidelines for entry to European competitions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic[11]

The second qualifying round, third qualifying round and play-off round are divided into Champions Path (CH) and League Path (LP).

CC: 2020 UEFA club coefficients (updated after UEFA Champions/Europa League matches on 12 March 2020, coefficients which may increase marked by ≥).[12]

Qualified teams for 2020–21 UEFA Champions League
Entry round Teams
GS (TH) (EL) Spain Real Madrid (1st/2nd/3rd/4th)
CC: ≥134.000
Spain (1st/2nd)
Spain (2nd/3rd) Spain (3rd/4th) England Liverpool (1st)
CC: 99.000
England (2nd/3rd)
England (3rd/4th) England (4th/5th)[Note ENG] Italy (1st) Italy (2nd)
Italy (3rd) Italy (4th) Germany Bayern Munich (1st)
CC: ≥123.000
Germany Borussia Dortmund (2nd)
CC: 85.000
Germany RB Leipzig (3rd)
CC: ≥44.000
Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach (4th)
CC: 26.000
France Paris Saint-Germain (Abd-1st)[Note FRA]
CC: ≥105.000
France Marseille (Abd-2nd)[Note FRA]
CC: 31.000
Russia (1st) Russia (2nd) Portugal (1st) Belgium Club Brugge (Abd-1st)[Note BEL]
CC: 28.500
Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk (1st)
CC: ≥77.000
Turkey (1st/2nd)[Note TUR]
PO CH Netherlands Ajax (Abd-1st)[Note NED]
CC: 69.500
Austria Red Bull Salzburg (1st)
CC: 53.500
Q3 CH Czech Republic Slavia Prague (1st)
CC: 27.500
Greece Olympiacos (1st)[Note GRE]
CC: ≥43.000
LP France Rennes (Abd-3rd)[Note FRA]
CC: 14.000
Russia (3rd) Portugal (2nd) Belgium Gent (Abd-2nd)[Note BEL]
CC: 39.500
Ukraine (2nd)
Q2 CH Croatia Dinamo Zagreb (1st)
CC: 33.500
Denmark (1st) Switzerland (1st)
LP Turkey (2nd/3rd)[Note TUR] Netherlands AZ (Abd-2nd)[Note NED]
CC: 18.500
Austria (2nd) Czech Republic Viktoria Plzeň (2nd)
CC: 34.000
Greece (2nd) Croatia (2nd)
Q1 Cyprus Omonia (Abd-1st)[Note CYP]
CC: 5.350
Serbia Red Star Belgrade (1st)
CC: 22.750
Scotland Celtic (Abd-1st)[Note SCO]
CC: 34.000
Belarus Dynamo Brest (1st)
CC: 3.775
Sweden Djurgårdens IF (1st)
CC: 4.550
Norway Molde (1st)
CC: 15.000
Kazakhstan Astana (1st)
CC: 29.000
Poland (1st)
Azerbaijan Qarabağ (Abd-1st)[Note AZE]
CC: 21.000
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv (1st)
CC: 16.500
Bulgaria Ludogorets Razgrad (1st)
CC: 26.000
Romania (1st)
Slovakia Slovan Bratislava (1st)
CC: 7.000
Slovenia (1st) Hungary Ferencváros (1st)
CC: 9.000
North Macedonia Sileks (Abd-2nd)[Note MKD]
CC: 1.475
Moldova Sheriff Tiraspol (1st)
CC: 12.750
Albania (1st) Republic of Ireland Dundalk (1st)
CC: 8.500
Finland KuPS (1st)
CC: 2.500
Iceland KR (1st)
CC: 2.500
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo (Abd-1st)[Note BIH]
CC: 4.750
Lithuania Sūduva (1st)
CC: 6.750
Latvia Riga (1st)
CC: 3.500
Luxembourg Fola Esch (Abd-1st)[Note LUX]
CC: 4.750
Armenia (1st) Malta Floriana (Abd-1st)[Note MLT]
CC: 1.150
Estonia Flora (1st)
CC: 4.000
Georgia (country) Dinamo Tbilisi (1st)
CC: 4.750
Wales Connah's Quay Nomads (Abd-1st)[Note WAL]
CC: 3.250
Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica (1st)
CC: 4.250
Faroe Islands KÍ Klaksvík (1st)
CC: 2.750
Gibraltar Europa (Abd-1st)[Note GIB]
CC: 2.750
PR Northern Ireland Linfield (Abd-1st)[Note NIR]
CC: 4.250
Kosovo (1st) Andorra (1st) San Marino Tre Fiori (Abd-1st)[Note SMR]
CC: 1.500

Notes

  1. ^
    Azerbaijan (AZE): The 2019–20 Azerbaijan Premier League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Azerbaijan. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Qarabağ (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Association of Football Federations of Azerbaijan, entering the first qualifying round, pending confirmation from UEFA.[13]
  2. ^
    Belgium (BEL): The 2019–20 Belgian First Division A was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Belgium. The top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment, Club Brugge (who were declared champions) and KAA Gent, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Royal Belgian Football Association, entering the group stage and third qualifying round respectively, pending confirmation from UEFA.[14]
  3. ^
    Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH): The 2019–20 Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Sarajevo (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina, entering the first qualifying round, pending confirmation from UEFA.[15]
  4. ^
    Cyprus (CYP): The 2019–20 Cypriot First Division was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Cyprus. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Omonia, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Cyprus Football Association, entering the first qualifying round, pending confirmation from UEFA.[16]
  5. ^
    England (ENG): Manchester City, currently in the top four of the 2019–20 Premier League, were banned from all UEFA club competitions for the 2020–21 and 2021–22 seasons by the UEFA Club Financial Control Body on 14 February 2020 due to breaches of the UEFA Financial Fair Play Regulations.[17] However, the decision is pending appeal by Manchester City to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.[18]
  6. ^
    France (FRA): The 2019–20 Ligue 1 was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in France. The top three teams of the league at the time of the abandonment based on the average number of points per matches played for each team, Paris Saint-Germain (who were declared champions), Marseille and Rennes, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the French Football Federation, entering the group stage (top two teams) and third qualifying round respectively, pending confirmation from UEFA.[19]
  7. ^
    Gibraltar (GIB): The 2019–20 Gibraltar National League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Gibraltar. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Europa, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Gibraltar Football Association, entering the first qualifying round, pending confirmation from UEFA.[20]
  8. ^
    Greece (GRE): Olympiacos will enter the group stage if they win the 2019–20 UEFA Europa League.
  9. ^
    Luxembourg (LUX): The 2019–20 Luxembourg National Division was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Luxembourg. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Fola Esch, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Luxembourg Football Federation, entering the first qualifying round, pending confirmation from UEFA.[21]
  10. ^
    Malta (MLT): The 2019–20 Maltese Premier League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Malta. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Floriana (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Malta Football Association.[22]
  11. ^
    Netherlands (NED): The 2019–20 Eredivisie was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Netherlands. The top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment, Ajax and AZ, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Royal Dutch Football Association, entering the play-off round and second qualifying round respectively, pending confirmation from UEFA.[23]
  12. ^
    North Macedonia (MKD): The 2019–20 Macedonian First Football League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in North Macedonia. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Vardar (who were declared champions), failed to obtain a UEFA licence, and as a result, the second-placed team, Sileks, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Football Federation of North Macedonia, entering the first qualifying round, pending confirmation from UEFA.[24]
  13. ^
    Northern Ireland (NIR): The 2019–20 NIFL Premiership was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Northern Ireland. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonement, Linfield (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Irish Football Association, entering the preliminary round, pending confirmation from UEFA.[25]
  14. ^
    San Marino (SMR): The 2019–20 Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in San Marino. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Tre Fiori (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the San Marino Football Federation, entering the preliminary round, pending confirmation from UEFA.[26]
  15. ^
    Scotland (SCO): The 2019–20 Scottish Premiership was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Scotland. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment based on the average number of points per matches played for each team, Celtic (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Scottish Football Association, entering the first qualifying round, pending confirmation from UEFA.[27]
  16. ^
    Turkey (TUR): Trabzonspor were banned from all UEFA club competitions for the 2020–21 season (if they qualify, otherwise for the 2021–22 season) by the UEFA Club Financial Control Body on 3 June 2020 due to breaches of the UEFA Financial Fair Play Regulations.[28]
  17. ^
    Wales (WAL): The 2019–20 Cymru Premier was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Wales. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment based on the average number of points per matches played for each team, Connah's Quay Nomads (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League by the Football Association of Wales, entering the first qualifying round, pending confirmation from UEFA.[29]

Schedule

The tournament would originally start in June 2020, but had been delayed to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe. The new schedule was announced by UEFA Executive Committee on 17 June 2020.[30]

All qualifying matches, excluding the play-off round, will be played in single leg matches.

Schedule for 2020–21 UEFA Champions League
Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg
Qualifying Preliminary round TBD 8 August 2020 (semi-final round) 11 August 2020 (final round)
First qualifying round TBD 18–19 August 2020
Second qualifying round TBD 25–26 August 2020
Third qualifying round TBD 15–16 September 2020
Play-off Play-off round TBD 22–23 September 2020 29–30 September 2020
Group stage Matchday 1 1 October 2020
(Athens)
20–21 October 2020
Matchday 2 27–28 October 2020
Matchday 3 3–4 November 2020
Matchday 4 24–25 November 2020
Matchday 5 1–2 December 2020
Matchday 6 8–9 December 2020
Knockout phase Round of 16 14 December 2020 16–17 & 23–24 February 2021 9–10 & 16–17 March 2021
Quarter-finals 19 March 2021 6–7 April 2021 13–14 April 2021
Semi-finals 27–28 April 2021 4–5 May 2021
Final 29 May 2021 at Atatürk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul

The original schedule of the competition, as planned before the pandemic, was as follows (all draws held at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, unless stated otherwise).[31]

Original schedule for 2020–21 UEFA Champions League
Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg
Qualifying Preliminary round 9 June 2020 23 June 2020 (semi-final round) 26 June 2020 (final round)
First qualifying round 16 June 2020 7–8 July 2020 14–15 July 2020
Second qualifying round 17 June 2020 21–22 July 2020 28–29 July 2020
Third qualifying round 20 July 2020 4–5 August 2020 11 August 2020
Play-off Play-off round 3 August 2020 18–19 August 2020 25–26 August 2020
Group stage Matchday 1 27 August 2020
(Monaco)
15–16 September 2020
Matchday 2 29–30 September 2020
Matchday 3 20–21 October 2020
Matchday 4 3–4 November 2020
Matchday 5 24–25 November 2020
Matchday 6 8–9 December 2020
Knockout phase Round of 16 14 December 2020 16–17 & 23–24 February 2021 9–10 & 16–17 March 2021
Quarter-finals 19 March 2021 6–7 April 2021 13–14 April 2021
Semi-finals 27–28 April 2021 4–5 May 2021
Final 29 May 2021 at Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg

See also

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