Yes, if they finish in a qualifying position in the league. The place for the cup winner then goes to the runner-up, unless they too qualified for the Champions League. It's then up to the national association to decide what to do; some countries will have a play-off between the beaten semi-finalists.
No neither do winners or runner ups in the carling cup , can reach the europen championships.
NO, the Uefa champions league is from league position places in each country not for cup winners. FA Cup winners go into the Europa League
No. The champios league is for league winners. Some leagues are allowed up to 4 teams
I'm not sure, i know that in the UEFA cup if you won it you automatically got entered into the Champions league, it all started in 2005 - 2006 when Sevilla thrashed Middlesborough 4-0 thanks to two goals from Enzo Maresca of Italy and a goal apiece from Frederic Kanoute of Mali and Luis Fabiano of Brazil.
4 teams qualify for the Uefa Champions League. In the premier league table, whoever finished 1st and 2nd goes through to the Champions league group stages automaticly, whilst whoever finished 3rd and 4th have to play in the 3rd round of the qualifing stage against a team from a different country. If they win....... They get to join the other teams in the group stages of the champions league, if they lose, they are out of it.
The winner of the Champions League Challenge Cup, receives a cup and a cash prize. The prize for 2013 was 10.5 million Euros. That is equivalent to $13,610,205.00.
The winner was Manchester United they won all three trophies that year. The E.P.L, The F.A. Cup and the Champion league.
Four clubs are chosen each year.
not any more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/competitions/europa-league/3023605/Back-door-route-into-Europe-is-shut-for-FA-Cup-final-losers-Football.html
Liverpool was the winner of the League Cup in 1984.
Middlesbrough was the winner of the League Cup in 2004.