The group stage is the same as the Champions League - 8 groups of 4 teams - where each team plays against the other 3 opponents in a round-robin system, for a total of 6 matches.
The two best teams will advance to the next stage - the knock-out phase.
In case two or more teams end up tied in points, we use the same tie-break criteria UEFA uses for its Champions League group phase, which can be found in this Help section too.
After one knock-out round, teams dropping out of the Champions League group phase will join the competition. Then the knock-out rounds continue until the Finals. The winner of the Super League will automatically qualify for the next Champions League, even if the club didn't end up in the Top 4 in his/her League.
Please note that you have to finish between 5th and 8th position in the previous League season in order to qualify for the Super League.