Champions League 2018/19: The 24 teams who would qualify if the season ended now

Champions League 2018/19: The 24 teams who would qualify if the season ended now

Champions League 2018/19: The 24 teams who would qualify if the season ended now Atletico Madrid – Currently second in LaLigaReal Madrid – Currently third in LaLigaValencia – Currently fourth in LaLigaBayern Munich – Currently first in the Bundesliga and have officially qualified for the 2018/19 Champions LeagueSchalke – Currently second in the BundesligaBorussia Dortmund – Currently third in the BundesligaBayer Leverkusen – Currently fourth in the BundesligaManchester City – Currently first in the Premier League and have officially qualified for the 2018/19 Champions LeagueManchester United – Currently second in the Premier LeagueLiverpool – Currently third in the Premier LeagueTottenham Hotspur – Currently fourth in the Premier LeagueJuventus – Currently first in Serie A and have officially qualified for the 2018/19 Champions LeagueNapoli – Currently second in Serie ALazio – Currently third in Serie ARoma – Currently fourth in Serie ABenfica - Currently first in the Primeira LigaParis Saint-Germain – Currently first in Ligue 1 and have officially qualified for the 2018/19 Champions LeagueMonaco – Currently second in Ligue 1Lokomotiv Moscow – Currently first in the Russian Premier LeagueSpartak Moscow – Currently second in the Russian Premier LeagueShakhtar Donetsk – Currently first in the Ukranian Premier LeagueClub Brugge – Currently first the Belgian First Division AIstanbul Basaksehir - Currently first in the Super Lig

Champions League football has thrilled us this week with an extraordinary set of quarter-finals.

The competition has been incredible this season and Roma's historic win over Barcelona and Real Madrid's astounding last-gasp victory over Juventus left jaws on the floor.

We're now set for some sensational semi-finals in the coming weeks but we don't really want to see the it all come to end.

Read more: When is the UEFA Champions League semi-final draw? What channel is it on, what time is it on and who is already in it?

Never fear. It's already looking like next season's tournament will be even more competitive with a stunning line-up seemingly set to take part.

With the introduction of several new qualification rules, there will be four teams from England, Spain, Germany, and Italy definitely in the group stages, along with sides from France, Russia, Portugal, Turkey, Ukraine, and Belgium.

Read more​: UEFA scrap 'cup-tied' rule and confirm extra sub allowed in Champions League and Europa League from next season

But if the season were to end right now, who would make the group stage for next year?

Click the right arrow above to find out the 24 teams who would make it in to the Champions League…

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