in england, 4 teams can qualify to the champions league.
4 or 5
The top two teams in the Spanish La liga qualify for the Champions League.
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.
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.
I think the champions are automatic, runners up via the qualifiers
The first and second place teams automatically qualify. Third and Fourth place teams go into a Champions League qualifying round. Fifth place qualifies for the UEFA Cup.
The 2002-03 season was the first time England started sending 4 teams to the Champions League. The teams sent was Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Newcastle.
Depending on the amount of soccer teams in that country, a team has to be in the top <insert number> of the top league in that country to be entered into the Champions League. In England, it is the top five teams.
In every season, the top four teams in the English Premier League qualify for the champions league. However, If a team did not qualify at the end of a season, but wins the champions league, then the team in fourth gets knocked out of their qualifying spot for the champions league winners.
Four clubs are chosen each year.
I think it is two, and it is Celtic and Glasgow rangers each year.