For the first time since the 2014-15 season, the Champions and Europa League will have no Premier League clubs in their definitions.
The Champions League and the Europa League go through unpublished editions due to changes due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and their respective definitions are also surprising due to the absence of equipment from the Premier League.
With the elimination of Manchester United from the second most prestigious tournament in Europe and the exit of Manchester City from the Champions League, there will no longer be English clubs contesting for continental glory.
This absence also meant the end of British hegemony, as it will be the first time that there has not been at least one English team in the fight for any of the titles since the 2014-15 season.
The most significant thing about this event is that in the previous campaign there were four representatives of that country in the finals: Liverpool-Tottenham for the Champions League and Arsenal-Chelsea for the Europa League.
0 – After seeing four different English sides reach the final of the Champions League / Europa League last season, no side from England will compete in the final of either competition for the first time since 2014-15. Steam. pic.twitter.com/OdcLhj14s5
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