PL champions’ FA Cup win means Nuno Espirito Santo’s side to play in Europa League next season

Manchester City’s victory over Watford in the FA Cup final means Wolverhampton Wanderers will take part in the UEFA Europa League next season.
Wolves, who finished seventh in the Premier League, will enter the tournament in the second qualifying round stage.

They will play the first leg on 25 July and learn the identity of their opponents when the draw is made on 19 June, six days after the Premier League fixtures are released.
City’s win also means that Manchester United, who finished sixth in the PL, will enter the 2018/19 Europa League at the group stage.

Champions League chance
The only remaining unresolved European questions will be answered by what happens in the Europa League final between Arsenal and Chelsea on 29 May.
If they beat Maurizio Sarri’s men in Baku, Arsenal will qualify for the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League group stage*, along with Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.
If the Blues win the Europa League then Unai Emery’s side will have to make do with a third successive Europa League campaign, beginning at the group stage.