AEK Athens, the third-placed team of the 2011–12 Superleague Greece, could not get a UEFA license to compete in the 2012-13 UEFA Europa League due to financial problems As a result, Atromitos and PAOK, the fourth and fifth-placed teams of the league, will enter the Europa League play-off round and third qualifying round instead of the third and second qualifying rounds respectively, and Asteras Tripolis, the sixth-placed team of the league, will take Greece's Europa League place in the second qualifying round.
Despite finishing second in the 2011–12 Scottish Premier League, Rangers are not eligible to enter the 2012–13 UEFA Champions League or Europa League due to failing to exit administration in time to obtain a UEFA licence. As a result, Motherwell, the third-placed team of the league, will take Scotland's Champions League place in the non-champions path instead of entering the Europa League third qualifying round, and consequently, Dundee United, the fourth-placed team of the league, will enter the Europa League third qualifying round instead of the second qualifying round, and St. Johnstone, the sixth-placed team of the league, will take Scotland's Europa League place in the second qualifying round (as the fifth-placed team, Heart of Midlothian, already qualified for the Europa League as winners of the 2011–12 Scottish Cup).
#32 RomaniaMare, ce explicatii, fiecare club la inceputul sezonului trebuie sa plateasca pentru licenta UEFA, daca n-ai licenta atunci n-ai dreptul sa participi cel putin in campionatele internationale, astfel din cauza crizei nu toate cluburile din Grecia au avut posibilitatea sa plateasca si din aceasta cauza nu pot particila la EL. Asfel locurile in campionatele Europene se distribuie din nou in ordine descrescatoare omitindu-le pe acele ce n-au platit