The full list of Europa League teams for the 2020/21 edition of the competition has been confirmed.
Tottenham eased through the final qualifying round with a 7-2 win over Maccabi Haifa on Thursday night, joining Arsenal – who qualified automatically – in making it through to the group stage.
Harry Kane netted a hat-trick, Giovani Lo Celso scored two, while Lucas Moura and Dele Alli also got in on the action as Spurs ended a long qualification campaign.
The draw for the group stage is tomorrow afternoon at 12pm and the full list of teams has now been confirmed.
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There are 48 teams in total, made up of those who qualified automatically – like Arsenal – as well as those who dropped out of the Champions League qualifiers and those, like Tottenham, who went through the Europa League qualifiers.
Here is a full list of teams who will be entered into the draw.
ESP (3): Villarreal, Real Sociedad, Granada
ENG (3): Leicester, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur
BEL (3): Royal Antwerp, Gent, Standard Liège
NED (3): Feyenoord, AZ Alkmaar, PSV Eindhoven
AUT (3): Wolfsberg, Rapid Wien, LASK
CZE (3): Sparta Praha, Slavia Praha, Slovan Liberec
ITA (2): Napoli, Roma
GER (2): Leverkusen, Hoffenheim
FRA (2): LOSC, Nice
Arsenal and Spurs will be looking to get their hands on the Europa League trophy
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POR (2): Braga, Benfica
SCO (2): Celtic*, Rangers
CRO (2): Dinamo Zagreb, Rijeka
GRE (2): PAOK, AEK Athens
ISR (2): Maccabi Tel-Aviv, Hapoel Beer-Sheva
BUL (2): Ludogorets, CSKA-Sofia
RUS (1): CSKA Moskva
UKR (1): Zorya Luhansk
TUR (1): Sivasspor
CYP (1): Omonoia
SUI (1): Young Boys
SRB (1): Crvena zvezda
NOR (1): Molde
AZE (1): Qarabağ
ROU (1): CFR Cluj
POL (1): Lech Poznań
IRL (1): Dundalk