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The two streams are divided between teams qualified by virtue of being league champions, and those qualified by virtue of finishing 2nd—4th in their national championship.
The higher an association's coefficient, the more teams represent the association in the Champions League, and the fewer qualification rounds the association's teams must compete in.
Four of the remaining six qualifying places are granted to the winners of a six-round qualifying tournament between the remaining 43 or 44 national champions, within which those champions from associations with higher coefficients receive byes to later rounds.
The other two are granted to the winners of a three-round qualifying tournament between the 11 clubs from the associations ranked 5 through 15, which have qualified based upon finishing second, or third in their respective national league.
In addition to sporting criteria, any club must be licensed by its national association to participate in the Champions League.
To obtain a license, the club must meet certain stadium, infrastructure, and finance requirements. In —06 season , Liverpool and Artmedia Bratislava became the first teams to reach the Champions League group stage after playing in all three qualifying rounds.
Real Madrid and FC Barcelona hold the record for the most consecutive appearances in the group stage, having qualified 25 times in a row —present. Between and , no differentiation was made between champions and non-champions in qualification.
The 16 top-ranked teams spread across the biggest domestic leagues qualified directly for the tournament group stage. Prior to this, three preliminary knockout qualifying rounds whittled down the remaining teams, with teams starting in different rounds.
An exception to the usual European qualification system happened in , after Liverpool won the Champions League the year before, but did not finish in a Champions League qualification place in the Premier League that season.
However, for those leagues with four entrants in the Champions League, this meant that, if the Champions League winner fell outside of its domestic league's top four, it would qualify at the expense of the fourth-placed team in the league.
Until —16, no association could have more than four entrants in the Champions League. In May ,  it was decided that, starting from the —16 season and continuing at least for the three-year cycle until the —18 season , the winners of the previous season's UEFA Europa League would qualify for the UEFA Champions League, entering at least the play-off round, and entering the group stage if the berth reserved for the Champions League title holders was not used.
The previous limit of a maximum of four teams per association was increased to five, meaning that a fourth-placed team from one of the top three ranked associations would only have to be moved to the Europa League if both the Champions League and Europa League winners came from that association and both finished outside the top four of their domestic league.
In , Michel Platini , the UEFA president, had proposed taking one place from the three leagues with four entrants and allocating it to that nation's cup winners.
This was part of Platini's plan to increase the number of teams qualifying directly into the group stage, while simultaneously increasing the number of teams from lower-ranked nations in the group stage.
The phrase was coined after a pre-match conference when he was questioned about Arsenal's lack of a trophy after exiting the FA Cup.
He said "The first trophy is to finish in the top four". The tournament proper begins with a group stage of 32 teams, divided into eight groups of four.
Each team plays six group stage games, meeting the other three teams in its group home and away in a round-robin format.
For the next stage — the last 16 — the winning team from one group plays against the runners-up from another group, and teams from the same association may not be drawn against each other.
From the quarter-finals onwards, the draw is entirely random, without association protection. The tournament uses the away goals rule : if the aggregate score of the two games is tied, then the team who scored more goals at their opponent's stadium advances.
The group stage is played from September to December, whilst the knock-out stage starts in February. The knock-out ties are played in a two-legged format, with the exception of the final.
The final is typically held in the last two weeks of May, or in the early days of June, which has happened in three consecutive odd-numbered years since In —20 season , due to the COVID pandemic the tournament was suspended for five months, with the final taking place in August.
The following is the default access list. A referee is initially placed into Category 4 with the exception of referees from France, Germany, England, Italy, or Spain.
Referees from these five countries are typically comfortable with top professional matches and are therefore directly placed into Category 3.
Each referee's performance is observed and evaluated after every match; his category may be revised twice per season, but a referee cannot be promoted directly from Category 3 to the Elite Category.
Referees are appointed based on previous matches, marks, performances, and fitness levels. To discourage bias, the Champions League takes nationality into account.
No referee may be of the same origins as any club in his or her respecting groups. After a consensus is made, the name of the appointed referee remains confidential up to two days before the match for the purpose of minimising public influence.
Since , a UEFA international referee cannot exceed the age of 45 years. After turning 45, a referee must step down at the end of his season.
The age limit was established to ensure an elite level of fitness. Today, UEFA Champions League referees are required to pass a fitness test to even be considered at the international level.
Each year, the winning team is presented with the European Champion Clubs' Cup, the current version of which has been awarded since From the —69 season and prior to the —09 season any team that won the Champions League three years in a row or five times overall was awarded the official trophy permanently.
It was designed by Jürg Stadelmann, a jeweller from Bern , Switzerland, after the original was given to Real Madrid in in recognition of their six titles to date, and cost 10, Swiss francs.
As of the —13 season, 40 gold medals are presented to the Champions League winners, and 40 silver medals to the runners-up.
As of —20, the fixed amount of prize money paid to the clubs is as follows: .