Ipswich Town and Sigma Olomouc have earned places in next season’s Uefa Cup through the Fair Play Award.

Ipswich were relegated to the English first division this year, and only came fourth in their Fair Play League. However, Manchester United, Liverpool and Newcastle, who finished above them have already qualified for the Champions’ League.

Sigma came third in the Czech Republic’s Fair Play rankings, but the two clubs above them, Sparta Prague and Slovan Liberec, also qualified for Europe.

Brann too gained a place in the Uefa Cup qualifying round after Norway won the overall Fair Play League for 2001-02.