No. They qualify for the europa league next year no matter what league position.
No but they do qualify for the Europa League.
No. You qualify for the next season's Europa League, unless you qualify for the Champions League in another way (e.g. winning your domestic league).
No, but the champions will automaticaly qualify for the next year's Europa League.
They didn't qualify for the UEFA Champions League but they did qualify for the Europa League.
Yes, you do.
In the English Premiership, the top two automatically qualify for the Champions League proper, whilst third and fourth place teams qualify for the Champions League qualifying rounds. The fifth team qualifies for the Europa League.
No. There is no such provision
Only if they qualify through their own domestic league.
Yes they automatically qualify for UEFA Europa League.
Into the Europa league but if the winner is already in the champions league then it gets passed down to the best club the wants to be in the europa league.
The top 4 all qualify for the Champions League, with the fifth team qualifying for the Europa League. The FA Cup winners and League Cup winners also qualify for the Europa league.
If Chelsea wins the Champions League, they will automatically be qualified for next year's no matter what their position is at the end of the season, and since the Premier League can only have four teams Newcastle would then not go to the Champions League but the Europa League, everything moving down one.