Russian champions CSKA Moskva have added their names to next season's UEFA Champions League group stage, meaning 22 of the 32 teams are known. So who else is in there?
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Newcomers Leicester City are among 22 sides who have sealed their spot, but who else is on course for a place in the 2016/17 UEFA Champions League group stage? This is how things are shaping up.*
- 2016/17 UEFA Champions League access list
- Europe's reigning champions and cup holders
- League standings in all of Europe's top flights
ESP: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atlético Madrid
ENG: Leicester City, Arsenal, Tottenham
GER: Bayern München, Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen
ITA: Juventus, Napoli
POR: Benfica, Sporting CP
FRA: Paris Saint-Germain, Lyon
RUS: CSKA Moskva
UKR: Dynamo Kyiv
NED: PSV Eindhoven
BEL: Club Brugge
UEFA Europa League winners: Sevilla (ESP)
Play-offs (league path)
Villarreal (ESP), Manchester City (ENG), Borussia Mönchengladbach (GER), Roma (ITA), Porto (POR)
UEFA Champions League/UEFA Europa League holders
The 2015/16 UEFA Champions League winners are assured of a place in next season's group stage. However, because finalists Real Madrid and Atlético are already qualified for the 2016/17 group stage thanks to their domestic-league finishing position, a vacancy is created. This has been filled by Sevilla, who would otherwise have entered in the play-off round.
*Subject to final confirmation by UEFA.