There will be 14 winners of the Champions League, or the old European Cup, in the 32-team group stage draw on Thursday after PSV Eindhoven advanced in the qualifying playoffs.
PSV, the European champion in 1988, beat Rangers 5-1 in their playoff second leg on Wednesday to complete a 7-3 aggregate score.
Royal Antwerp had not played in the competition since 1957 yet also sealed its place in the draw by winning 2-1 at AEK Athens. The champion of Belgium advanced 3-1 on aggregate.
Copenhagen completed the lineup with a 1-1 draw at home to competition debutant Raków Częstochowa having already won 1-0 in Poland.
PSV’s single European title means winners of 48 of the 68 editions of Europe’s most prized club title will enter the draw. It includes record 14-time champion Real Madrid and defending champion Manchester City, which won its first title in June.