Who has qualified for the Champions League?
Portugal get two automatic places in the group stage and these have already been sewn up by league leaders Benfica, who are a win away from sealing a 38th championship, and FC Porto.
The champions of Austria, the Netherlands, Scotland and Serbia are also in, so congratulations to Salzburg, Feyenoord, Celtic and Red Star.
The winner of next Wednesday’s Europa League final in Budapest is guaranteed a place in pot 1 of August’s group-stage draw.
Competition specialists Sevilla – who will finish mid-table in Spain but knocked us out in the quarter-finals – go up against Jose Mourinho’s Roma in that one, with the Giallorossi looking set to miss out on Italy’s top four.
Once all the above is settled, that will leave six group-stage places to be decided, with those teams having to pass through the various qualifying rounds, which begin at the end of June.