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ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

European league champions and European qualification 2018-19

Manchester City celebrated winning the 2018-19 Premier League title after a thrilling back and forth battle with Liverpool throughout the season.
Manchester City are the first team in a decade to win back to back Premier League titles, beating Brighton 4-1.
Craig Burley says Manchester City justified his past declaration that they're the best team in club football after they edged Liverpool to the title.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany reflects on his side's path to a second consecutive Premier League title, and the competition they faced from Liverpool. (edited)

A comprehensive list of all the possible European qualifiers and relegated teams across the major leagues.

- When are next season's Premier League fixtures revealed?

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions League: Manchester City (champions, also FA Cup and Carabao Cup winners), Liverpool (also Champions League finalists), Chelsea (also Europa League finalists), Tottenham Hotspur (also Champions League finalists) 
Europa League group stage: Arsenal (also Europa League finalists), Manchester United
Europa League second qualifying round: Wolves
Relegated: Huddersfield, Fulham, Cardiff
Promoted to top flight: Norwich, Sheffield United; plus one of Aston Villa, Derby via playoffs

LA LIGA:
Champions League: Barcelona (champions), Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Valencia
Europa League group stage: Getafe, Sevilla
Europa League second qualifying round: Espanyol
Relegated: Huesca, Rayo Vallecano, Girona
Promoted to top flight: Two teams (Osasuna 10 points clear of third, Granada six clear) plus one via playoffs; three games remaining in regular season

Lionel Messi and Barcelona have already sealed the La Liga title.

BUNDESLIGA:
Champions League: Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, Bayer Leverkusen
Europa League group stage: Borussia Monchengladbach, Wolfsburg
Europa League second qualifying round: Eintracht Frankfurt
Relegated: Hannover, Nurnberg; plus Stuttgart in relegation/promotion playoff
Promoted to top flight: Cologne, Paderborn; plus Union Berlin in relegation/promotion playoff

SERIE A:
Champions League: Juventus (champions), Napoli; plus two of Atalanta, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Roma
Europa League group stage: Lazio (Coppa Italia winners); plus one of Atalanta, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Roma
Europa League second qualifying round: One of Atalanta, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Roma
Relegated: Chievo Verona, Frosinone; plus one of Genoa, Empoli, Udinese, Fiorentina
Promoted to top flight: Brescia, Lecce; plus one of Benevento, Pescara, Hellas Verona, Cittadella via playoffs

Juventus have won the Serie A title yet again.

LIGUE 1:
Champions League: Paris Saint-Germain (champions), Lille
Champions League qualifying: Lyon
Europa League group stage: Stade Rennes (Coupe de France winners), Saint-Etienne
Europa League second qualifying round: Strasbourg (Coupe de la Ligue winners)
Relegated: Guingamp, Caen; plus Dijon in promotion/relegation playoff
Promoted to top flight: Metz, Brest; plus Lens in promotion/relegation playoffs

Presnel Kimpembe, whose father is Congolese, carries Neymar in celebration of PSG's Ligue 1 title win.
Paris Saint-Germain have been crowned Ligue 1 champions once again.

EREDIVISIE:
Champions League third qualifying round: Ajax (champions) 
Champions League second qualifying round: PSV Eindhoven
Europa League third qualifying round: Feyenoord 
Europa League second qualifying round: AZ Alkmaar; plus one of Vitesse, FC Utrecht via playoffs
Relegated: NAC Breda, Excelsior; plus De Graafschap in relegation/promotion playoffs
Promoted to top flight: FC Twente; plus definitely either Go Ahead Eagles or RKC Waalwijk via relegation/promotion playoffs which also feature Sparta Rotterdam

PRIMEIRA LIGA:
Champions League: Benfica
Champions League third qualifying round: FC Porto
Europa League group stage: Sporting CP
Europa League third qualifying round: Braga
Europa League second qualifying round: Vitoria de Guimaraes
Relegated: Feirense, Nacional, Chaves
Promoted to top flight: Pacos de Ferreira, Famalicao, Gil Vicente

RUSSIAN PREMIER LEAGUE:
Champions League: Zenit Saint Petersburg (champions); plus one of Lokomotiv Moscow (also Russian Cup winners), Krasnodar
Champions League third qualifying round: One of Lokomotiv Moscow (also Russian Cup winners), Krasnodar
Europa League group stage: One of Spartak Moscow, CSKA Moscow 
Europa League third qualifying round: One of Spartak Moscow, CSKA Moscow 
Europa League second qualifying round: Arsenal Tula
Relegated: Yenisey Krasnoyarsk, Anzhi Makhachkala; plus Ufa, Krylia Sovetov Samara in relegation/promotion playoffs
Promoted to top flight: FC Tambov, PFC Sochi; plus Tom Tomsk and one of Nizhny Novgorod, Chertanovo Moscow, SKA-Khabarovsk, Shinnik Yaroslavl in relegation/promotion playoffs

UKRAINIAN PREMIER LEAGUE:
Champions League: Shakhtar Donetsk (champions, also Ukraine Cup winners)
Champions League third qualifying round: Dynamo Kiev
Europa League group stage: FC Oleksandriya
Europa League third qualifying round: One of FC Mariupol, Zorya Luhansk
Europa League second qualifying round: One of FC Mariupol, Zorya Luhansk
Relegated: One of Chornomorets Odesa, Arsenal Kiev, Karpaty Lviv; plus two in relegation/promotion playoffs
Promoted to top flight: SC Dnipro-1; plus two of Kolos Kovalivka, Volyn Lutsk, Metalist 1925 in relegation/promotion playoffs

SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP:
Champions League first qualifying round: Celtic (champions, also FA Cup and League Cup winners)
Europa League first qualifying round: Rangers, Kilmarnock, Aberdeen
Relegated: Dundee; plus St Mirren in relegation/promotion playoff
Promoted to top flight: Ross County; plus Dundee United in relegation/promotion playoff

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