UEFA coefficient

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In European football, the UEFA coefficients are statistics used for ranking and seeding teams in club and international competitions. Introduced in 1979,[1] the coefficients are calculated by UEFA, who administer football within Europe.

For men's competitions (discussed in this article), three different sets of coefficients are calculated:

While not discussed in this article, coefficients are calculated in a similar fashion for women's competitions such as the UEFA Women's Euro[2] and the UEFA Women's Champions League,[3][4] as well as for youth tournaments such as the UEFA Euro U-21 tournament.[5]

Men's National team coefficient

The UEFA national team coefficient is derived from the results of each European national football team, and is only calculated by UEFA every second year in November; defined as being the point of time when all UEFA nations have completed the qualification stage of the upcoming World Cup or European Championship tournament.

The purpose of calculating the coefficients is to compile an official UEFA rank, to be used as seeding criteria for the European nations, when drawing up qualification groups and the final tournament groups of the European Championship. Previously, up until 2006, the UEFA national team coefficient was also used for the seeded draw of World Cup qualification groups in Europe, while the draw for final tournament groups of the World Cup was always seeded on the basis of the official FIFA World Rankings. UEFA stopped using UEFA national team coefficients for the seeding of World Cup qualification groups at the request of FIFA to only use the official FIFA ranking for all seeded draws related to the World Cup tournament.

Old ranking and calculation method

It was first introduced in 2003 and used for seeding the 2004 European Final tournament and 2006 World Cup qualification. Until the end of the Euro 2008 tournament, the UEFA national team coefficient was calculated by dividing the number of all points scored (three points for a win, one for a draw) by the number of all matches played, in the last two qualification rounds of the World Cup or European Championship. Results from the final tournaments, Play-off matches and friendly games were all ignored. In those cases where a nation did not take part at one of the two latest qualifying rounds, due to being directly qualified as a host, only one qualifying round would be taken into account.

If two or more nations ended up with exactly the same coefficient, the following ranking criteria was applied:

  1. Highest coefficient from the matches played in the most recent qualifying competition.
  2. Biggest average goal difference per game, found by dividing the sum of all goal differences by the number of ranked matches.
  3. Highest average number of goals scored per game.
  4. Highest average number of away goals scored per game.
  5. Drawing of lots.

The last three times UEFA used this calculation method was for the final UEFA coefficients in 2003, 2005 and 2007.

Current ranking and calculation method

On 20 May 2008, UEFA announced changes to the coefficient ranking system.[6][7][8] The ranking will continue to be calculated every second year in November, but under the new system, teams now gain ranking points for each game played in the most recently completed full cycle (defined as all qualifying games and final tournament games) of both the World Cup and European Championship, with addition of ranking points for each game played at the latest completed half cycle (defined as all games played in the latest qualifying round). Ranking points for all games played inside those two and a half cycles, will be awarded according to the rules listed below.

  1. 10,000 points are awarded for each match played, regardless of the match result.
  2. Each team earns an additional 30,000 for winning and 10,000 for drawing.
  3. In case of a game decided by penalty shoot-out, the points are allocated as a draw, with the winner of the shoot-out gaining an additional 10,000 points.
  4. Each match at the final tournament, or play-offs to determine qualification, are also granted bonus points, ranging from 6,000 points for all play-offs or World Cup group stage games, to 38,000 points for playing a final.
  5. 501 points are earned for each goal scored, and -500 are given for each goal conceded.
  6. Coefficients are calculated for each two and a half cycle, by dividing the sum of earned points with the number of games played.
  7. When calculating the overall average coefficient for the cycles, the latest full cycle and half cycle will each have double the weight, compared to the oldest full cycle.
  8. Special arrangements are in place for those nations that did not participate in one of the previous qualifying tournaments due to hosting the competition.

Final ranking in 2017

The coefficients from 2017, to be used for the seeding and pot placements in the draw for 2018–19 UEFA Nations League, were calculated for each country by averaging:

The seeding and pot placements of the teams in the draw for the 2018–19 UEFA Nations League were based on the UEFA coefficients, determined on 11 October 2017, which are as follows:[9]

History

After the recalculation of the coefficient rankings for the 2007 cycle, Italy were ranked top following their FIFA World Cup victory in 2006. Runners-up France lay behind them in second place, followed by the Czech Republic. Spain overtook Italy to gain first place following their UEFA Euro 2008 win, with beaten finalists Germany moving into second; the Netherlands were third.

Spain consolidated their top spot by winning the 2010 FIFA World Cup, with the Netherlands jumping above Germany by finishing second in the tournament. In the 2013 rankings, Spain maintained top spot by winning their third major competition in a row - UEFA Euro 2012. Germany regained second, with the Dutch falling back to third place after failing to make it out of their group.

Germany climbed to the top of the 2015 rankings as a result of their 2014 FIFA World Cup success; Spain dropped behind them. England reached their highest position in the rankings - placed third. Germany held on to top spot in 2017, with new European champions Portugal in second; Belgium were third.

Year First Second Third
Team Coeff. Team Coeff. Team Coeff.
2007[7]  Italy 36,986  France 36,219  Czech Republic 36,025
2009[10]  Spain 39,964  Germany 38,294  Netherlands 37,821
2011[11]  Spain 43,116  Netherlands 40,860  Germany 40,446
2013[12]  Spain 42,158  Germany 41,366  Netherlands 38,541
2015[13]  Germany 40,236  Spain 37,963  England 35,963
2017[9]  Germany 40,747  Portugal 38,655  Belgium 38,123

Women's National team coefficient

Old Women ranking and calculation method

Current Women ranking and calculation method

Final Women's ranking in 2017

Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Germany 42,957 1
 France 42,355 2
 England 39,880 3
 Norway 39,161 4
 Sweden 38,036 5
 Spain 37,655 6
  Switzerland 36,629 7
 Italy 34,775 8
 Netherlands 34,642 9
 Iceland 34,141 10
 Scotland 33,632 11
 Denmark 32,915 12
 Austria 31,882 13
 Belgium 31,213 14
 Russia 30,367 15
 Finland 29,815 16
 Ukraine 28,579 17
 Wales 25,807 18
 Romania 25,602 19
Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Poland 24,832 20
 Czech Republic 23,874 21
 Republic of Ireland 23,669 22
 Portugal 22,860 23
 Serbia 21,579 24
 Hungary 20,362 25
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 19,546 26
 Belarus 19,434 27
 Slovakia 18,104 28
 Slovenia 17,224 29
 Northern Ireland 17,051 30
 Croatia 16,266 31
 Turkey 15,656 32
 Israel 14,641 33
 Greece 13,961 34
 Kazakhstan 13,350 35
 Estonia 11,151 36
 Albania 9,121 37
 Faroe Islands 8,020 38
Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Moldova 7,910 39
 Bulgaria 7,817 40
 Macedonia 7,768 41
 Malta 7,208 42
 Armenia 7,194 43
 Montenegro 7,191 44
 Georgia 6,316 45
 Lithuania 4,818 46
 Latvia 4,584 47
 Luxembourg 4,109 48
 Andorra 1,793 49
 Kosovo
 Azerbaijan
 Cyprus
 Gibraltar
 Liechtenstein
 San Marino

History

Year First Second Third
Team Coeff. Team Coeff. Team Coeff.
2017  Germany 42,957  France 42,355  England 39,880

Country coefficient

Map of UEFA countries whose teams have reached the group stage of the UEFA Champions League
  UEFA member country that has been represented in the group stage
  UEFA member country that has not been represented in the group stage
  Not a UEFA member

The country coefficient is used to rank the football associations of Europe, and thus determine the number of clubs from an association that will participate in the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League.

The UEFA ranking determines the number of teams competing in the season after the next, not in the first season after the publication of the ranking. Thus, the rankings at the end of the 2017–18 season determine the team allocation by association in the 2019–20 (not 2018–19) UEFA season; however, the actual teams that will be participating in the 2019–20 UEFA season are determined at the end of the 2018–19 season when the individual association classifications and national cups are finalised.

This coefficient is determined by the results of the clubs of the associations in the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League games over the past five seasons. Two points are awarded for each win by a club, and one for a draw (points are halved in the qualifying and playoff rounds). Results determined by extra time do count in determining the allocation of points, but results determined by penalty-shootouts do not affect the allocation of points, other than for bonus points given for qualification into the latter rounds of the Champions League or the Europa League. The number of points awarded each season is divided by the number of teams that participated for that association in that season. This number is then rounded down to three decimal places (e.g. 2⅔ would be rounded to 2.666).[15][16]

To determine a country's coefficient for a particular season, the coefficients for the last five seasons are added. Bonus points are added to the number of points scored in a season. Bonus points are allocated for:

  • Clubs that reach the quarter-finals, semi-finals, or final of either the UEFA Champions League or the UEFA Europa League (1 bonus point).
  • Clubs that qualify for the group stage of the Champions League (4 bonus points).
  • Clubs that qualify for the round of 16 of the Champions League (5 bonus points).

Current ranking

The ranking below takes into account of each association's performance in European competitions from 2014–15 to 2018–19, with the 2018–19 season currently taking place.

The final ranking at the end of the 2018–19 season will be used to determine the number of places for each association in the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League and 2020–21 UEFA Europa League.

As of 13 December 2018 the coefficients are as follows:[17][18]

Ranking Member association
(L: League, C: Cup, LC: League cup1)
Coefficient Teams Places in 2020–21 season
2019 2018 Mvmt 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19 Total CL EL Total
1 1 0 Spain Spain (L, C) 20.214 23.928 20.142 19.714 13.571 97.569 7/7 4 3 7
2 2 0 England England (L, C, LC1) 13.571 14.250 14.928 20.071 12.785 75.605 6/7
3 3 0 Italy Italy (L, C) 19.000 11.500 14.250 17.333 10.071 72.154 5/7
4 4 0 Germany Germany (L, C) 15.857 16.428 14.571 9.857 13.071 69.784 5/7
5 5 0 France France (L, C, LC1) 10.916 11.083 14.416 11.500 9.250 57.165 3/6 3 6
6 6 0 Russia Russia (L, C) 9.666 11.500 9.200 12.600 6.750 49.716 2/6
7 7 0 Portugal Portugal (L, C) 9.083 10.500 8.083 9.666 8.500 45.832 3/5 2 5
8 9 1 +1 Belgium Belgium (L, C) 9.600 7.400 12.500 2.600 7.200 39.300 2/5
9 8 -1 –1 Ukraine Ukraine (L, C) 10.000 9.800 5.500 8.000 4.800 38.100 2/5
10 10 0 Turkey Turkey (L, C) 6.000 6.600 9.700 6.800 4.900 34.000 2/5
11 14 3 +3 Netherlands Netherlands (L, C) 6.083 5.750 9.100 2.900 6.800 30.633 1/5
12 11 -1 –1 Austria Austria (L, C) 4.125 3.800 7.375 9.750 5.400 30.450 2/5
13 15 1 +2 Greece Greece (L, C) 6.200 5.400 5.800 5.100 4.900 27.400 1/5
14 17 3 +3 Denmark Denmark (L, C) 2.900 5.500 8.500 5.250 4.875 27.025 0/4
15 12 -3 –3 Switzerland Switzerland (L, C) 6.900 5.300 4.300 6.500 3.900 26.900 1/5
16 13 -3 –3 Czech Republic Czech Republic (L, C) 3.875 7.300 5.500 5.500 4.700 26.875 2/5 1 4
17 16 -1 –1 Croatia Croatia (L, C) 6.875 4.500 5.125 5.125 4.750 26.375 1/4
18 19 1 +1 Cyprus Cyprus (L, C) 3.300 3.000 5.500 7.000 6.125 24.925 0/4
19 25 6 +6 Serbia Serbia (L, C) 2.750 4.250 2.875 6.375 6.000 22.250 0/4
20 26 6 +6 Scotland Scotland (L, C) 4.000 3.000 4.375 4.000 6.750 22.125 1/4
21 27 6 +6 Belarus Belarus (L, C) 5.500 5.125 3.000 3.250 4.500 21.375 1/4
22 22 0 Sweden Sweden (L, C) 3.900 4.750 2.750 5.375 4.125 20.900 1/4
23 29 6 +6 Norway Norway (L, C) 2.200 7.250 1.375 4.000 5.375 20.200 0/4
24 28 4 +4 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan (L, C) 3.375 4.625 2.750 4.250 4.250 19.250 0/4
25 21 -4 –4 Poland Poland (L, C) 4.750 5.500 3.875 2.875 2.250 19.250 0/4
26 23 -3 –3 Azerbaijan Azerbaijan (L, C) 3.625 4.375 4.250 4.375 2.375 19.000 0/4
27 18 -9 –9 Israel Israel (L, C) 1.375 2.250 6.750 5.625 2.625 18.625 0/4
28 24 -4 –4 Bulgaria Bulgaria (L, C) 4.250 1.000 4.250 4.000 4.000 17.500 0/4
29 20 -9 –9 Romania Romania (L, C) 5.125 2.250 3.300 2.900 2.375 15.950 0/4
30 32 2 +2 Slovakia Slovakia (L, C) 2.750 3.750 2.125 1.875 5.125 15.625 0/4
31 30 -1 –1 Slovenia Slovenia (L, C) 4.000 1.000 2.250 4.625 3.125 15.000 0/4
32 31 -1 –1 Liechtenstein Liechtenstein (C2) 2.500 5.000 2.500 2.000 1.500 13.500 0/1 0 1 1
33 36 3 +3 Hungary Hungary (L, C) 2.125 1.625 1.875 1.625 3.250 10.500 0/4 1 3 4
34 37 3 +3 Republic of Macedonia Macedonia (L, C) 1.125 1.500 1.250 3.125 1.000 8.000 0/4
35 33 -2 –2 Moldova Moldova (L, C) 1.750 1.250 0.875 2.750 1.125 7.750 0/4
36 34 -2 –2 Albania Albania (L, C) 0.875 2.125 0.875 2.625 1.000 7.500 0/4
37 39 2 +2 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland (L, C) 2.000 0.700 2.625 1.125 1.000 7.450 0/4
38 38 0 Finland Finland (L, C) 2.400 1.000 1.750 1.250 0.875 7.275 0/4
39 35 -4 –4 Iceland Iceland (L, C) 2.500 1.125 1.000 1.125 1.500 7.250 0/4
40 40 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina (L, C) 1.750 1.500 0.500 1.375 2.000 7.125 0/4
41 43 2 +2 Lithuania Lithuania (L, C) 0.500 0.750 0.500 2.375 2.625 6.750 0/4
42 41 -1 –1 Latvia Latvia (L, C) 0.250 1.625 1.375 0.750 1.625 5.625 0/4
43 48 5 +5 Luxembourg Luxembourg (L, C) 0.500 0.750 0.750 0.875 2.625 5.500 0/4
44 46 2 +2 Armenia Armenia (L, C) 0.375 1.625 1.125 0.625 1.500 5.250 0/4
45 47 2 +2 Malta Malta (L, C) 0.125 0.875 1.250 1.375 1.500 5.125 0/4
46 42 -4 –4 Estonia Estonia (L, C) 1.500 1.000 1.375 0.625 0.500 5.000 0/4
47 45 -2 –2 Georgia (country) Georgia (L, C) 1.250 0.625 1.125 0.125 1.625 4.750 0/4
48 50 2 +2 Wales Wales (L, C) 0.125 1.500 1.000 0.500 1.000 4.125 0/4
49 44 -5 –5 Montenegro Montenegro (L, C) 0.750 1.000 0.875 1.125 0.375 4.125 0/4
50 51 1 +1 Faroe Islands Faroe Islands (L, C) 1.375 0.375 0.375 0.750 1.125 4.000 0/4
51 52 1 +1 Gibraltar Gibraltar (L, C) 0.250 0.750 1.500 0.500 1.000 4.000 0/3
52 49 -3 –3 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland (L, C) 1.375 0.750 0.500 0.750 0.500 3.875 0/4 2 3
53 55 2 +2 Kosovo Kosovo (L3, C)
Not a UEFA member
No entry 0.000 2.500 2.500 0/2
54 53 -1 –1 Andorra Andorra (L, C) 0.500 0.166 0.166 0.166 0.833 1.831 0/3
55 54 -1 –1 San Marino San Marino (L, C) 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.166 0.500 0.666 0/3 1 2
  Indicates active countries which have all their teams still competing in this year's UEFA Champions League or Europa League.
  Indicates active countries which have some teams still competing in this year's UEFA Champions League or Europa League.
  Indicates countries which have no teams remaining in this year's UEFA Champions League or Europa League.

1 The winners of the league cups of England and France are given a place in the UEFA Europa League by special permission from UEFA (replacing the lowest-ranked league team which would have qualified).
2 The Liechtenstein Football Association does not organise a national league competition and all its seven clubs compete in the Swiss football league system.[19][20] As a result, the only competitor from Liechtenstein in European competitions is the Liechtenstein Cup winners, who qualify for the UEFA Europa League.[20]
3 The Football Federation of Kosovo became a UEFA member on 3 May 2016.[21] The participation of their domestic league champions in the UEFA Champions League and their domestic cup winners in the UEFA Europa League were to be confirmed following the assessment of club licensing criteria by 31 May 2016,[22] but was denied by UEFA in June due to the clubs failing licensing requirements or provision of suitable stadiums (as UEFA did not allow them to play their home matches in a foreign country).[23][24]

UEFA uses this coefficient system to decide which teams gain automatic entry to the group stage and which teams must go through qualifying. The teams who occupy the top four league places in the countries ranked 1 to 4 in UEFA competition gain automatic entry into the group stages for the following season’s Champions League competition. The first and second placed teams of the country ranked 5 and 6 also gain automatic entry as do the champions in the countries ranked 7 to 11. The Champions League and Europa League winners also get the chance to participate in the following season’s competition, with the Champions League title holders guaranteed an automatic entry into the group stage.

Further information on Liechtenstein's status and similar cases

According to the UEFA regulations a National League needs to consist of at least eight clubs to be considered valid, otherwise no participants of such a league will be allowed to enter European competitions.

  • There are only seven clubs that are active in Liechtenstein, all of which play in neighbouring Switzerland's league competitions.
  • The league of Gibraltar used to have only six teams, but was expanded to eight in 2013–14 after admission to UEFA, to fulfill the requirement for entry into UEFA competitions starting from the 2014–15 season.[25]
  • Prior to the introduction of the Welsh Premier League in 1992 Wales also had a single participant in European competitions, the winner (or best placed Welsh team as several English teams also competed) of the Welsh Cup, in the now defunct UEFA Cup Winners' Cup.

History

La Liga Premier League La Liga Serie A Bundesliga Serie A Football League First Division Bundesliga Football League First Division La Liga

The original European competition, the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, was limited to certain clubs and/or by invitation, so no coefficient calculation was necessary.

Following the introduction of the UEFA Cup in 1971, the competition began to grow in complexity. UEFA began to publish rankings in 1979,[1] to identify the number of participants for each country in the UEFA Cup.

Subsequently, for statistical purposes, various rankings were introduced to portray the history of competitions. According to the prorated (extended) calculation system, only four leagues have succeeded in being ranked as the top European league.[26]

Following the Heysel Stadium disaster, all English teams were banned from UEFA competitions in 1985. The ban was only lifted after five seasons, with the knock-on effects continuing to impact on the First Division and then the Premier League for a total of nine years from 1986 to 1994.[27] Having been top in 1985, England were unranked in 1990,[28] and would not regain the top position until 2008.[29]

Top leagues by period

The following data indicates the two top-ranked leagues in each five-year period.[30] Data prior to 1975–1979 period has been calculated, but precedes the first published by the Confederation and has merely informative value.[30] The colour change indicates the change in the method of assigning points adopted by the UEFA.

Years 1st Place Coeff. 2nd Place Coeff.
1956–1960 Spain La Liga 70.833 France Ligue 1 40.500
1957–1961 Spain La Liga 68.333 England Football League 41.666
1958–1962 Spain La Liga 71.933 England Football League 34.666
1959–1963 Spain La Liga 68.433 Italy Serie A 32.500
1960–1964 Spain La Liga 66.833 Italy Serie A 39.700
1961–1965 Spain La Liga 52.333 Italy Serie A 43.128
1962–1966 Spain La Liga 53.333 England Football League 42.682
1963–1967 England Football League 45.482 Spain La Liga 41.733
1964–1968 England Football League 49.016 Hungary Nemzeti Bajnokság 43.665
1965–1969 England Football League 53.701 Hungary Nemzeti Bajnokság 53.665
1966–1970 England Football League 51.951 Hungary Nemzeti Bajnokság 46.415
1967–1971 England Football League 51.660 Hungary Nemzeti Bajnokság 40.999
1968–1972 England Football League 53.431 Hungary Nemzeti Bajnokság 41.666
1969–1973 England Football League 53.231 Netherlands Eredivisie 41.200
1970–1974 England Football League 54.279 Netherlands Eredivisie 43.500
1971–1975 England Football League 47.779 West Germany Bundesliga 46.331
1972–1976 West Germany Bundesliga 48.950 Netherlands Eredivisie 43.600
1973–1977 West Germany Bundesliga 51.902 England Football League 41.999
1974–1978 West Germany Bundesliga 48.783 Netherlands Eredivisie 43.450
1975–1979 West Germany Bundesliga 52.617 Netherlands Eredivisie 39.200
1976–1980 West Germany Bundesliga 53.998 England Football League 38.426
1977–1981 West Germany Bundesliga 52.284 England Football League 38.760
1978–1982 West Germany Bundesliga 51.999 England Football League 37.902
1979–1983 West Germany Bundesliga 54.118 Spain La Liga 34.999
1980–1984 West Germany Bundesliga 43.618 England Football League 37.950
1981–1985 England Football League 41.093 Italy Serie A 38.800
1982–1986 Italy Serie A 39.466 West Germany Bundesliga 37.332
1983–1987 Italy Serie A 41.716 Soviet Union Top League 37.250
1984–1988 Italy Serie A 41.082 Soviet Union Top League 37.550
1985–1989 Italy Serie A 42.498 West Germany Bundesliga 41.093
1986–1990 West Germany Bundesliga 45.427 Italy Serie A 43.212
Years 1st Place Coeff. 2nd Place Coeff.
1987–1991 Italy Serie A 48.171 Germany Bundesliga 43.594
1988–1992 Italy Serie A 52.837 Germany Bundesliga 42.927
1989–1993 Italy Serie A 60.337 France Ligue 1 40.450
1990–1994 Italy Serie A 62.313 France Ligue 1 45.150
1991–1995 Italy Serie A 63.884 France Ligue 1 45.283
1992–1996 Italy Serie A 61.259 France Ligue 1 45.408
1993–1997 Italy Serie A 60.735 Spain La Liga 46.532
1994–1998 Italy Serie A 59.640 Germany Bundesliga 49.932
1995–1999 Italy Serie A 57.212 Spain La Liga 49.628
1996–2000 Spain La Liga 59.599 Italy Serie A 55.927
1997–2001 Spain La Liga 65.210 Italy Serie A 56.239
1998–2002 Spain La Liga 68.467 Italy Serie A 58.668
1999–2003 Spain La Liga 75.539 Italy Serie A 62.311
2000–2004 Spain La Liga 79.851 England Premier League 62.153
2001–2005 Spain La Liga 73.717 England Premier League 63.224
2002–2006 Spain La Liga 72.748 Italy Serie A 66.731
2003–2007 Spain La Liga 76.891 England Premier League 68.540
2004–2008 England Premier League 75.749 Spain La Liga 75.266
2005–2009 England Premier League 79.499 Spain La Liga 74.266
2006–2010 England Premier League 81.856 Spain La Liga 79.757
2007–2011 England Premier League 85.785 Spain La Liga 82.329
2008–2012 England Premier League 84.410 Spain La Liga 84.186
2009–2013 Spain La Liga 88.025 England Premier League 82.963
2010–2014 Spain La Liga 97.713 England Premier League 84.748
2011–2015 Spain La Liga 99.999 England Premier League 80.391
2012–2016 Spain La Liga 105.713 Germany Bundesliga 80.177
2013–2017 Spain La Liga 104.998 Germany Bundesliga 79.498
2014–2018 Spain La Liga 106.998 England Premier League 79.605

The table shows the ranking of nations with respect to the total number of years in the top two of the rankings:

As of 26 May 2018
League 1st 2nd
Spain La Liga 21 9
England First Division/Premier League 15 15
Italy Serie A 13 10
Germany Bundesliga 10 8
Netherlands Eredivisie 0 5
France Ligue 1 0 5
Hungary Nemzeti Bajnokság 0 5
Soviet Union Vysshaya Liga 0 2

Women's Country coefficient

Women's Current ranking

Association ranking for 2018–19 UEFA Women's Champions League
Rank Association Coeff. Teams
1 Germany Germany 86.000 2
2 France France 80.000
3 Sweden Sweden 61.500
4 England England 53.000
5 Spain Spain 44.000
6 Denmark Denmark 38.500
7 Italy Italy 37.000
8 Russia Russia 35.500
9 Switzerland Switzerland 33.000
10 Czech Republic Czech Republic 33.000
11 Austria Austria 28.000
12 Norway Norway 27.500
13 Scotland Scotland 26.000 1
14 Netherlands Netherlands 25.000
15 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 21.000
16 Poland Poland 20.000
17 Cyprus Cyprus 18.000
18 Iceland Iceland 17.000
19 Serbia Serbia 15.500
Rank Association Coeff. Teams
20 Romania Romania 15.000 1
21 Hungary Hungary 14.000
22 Belgium Belgium 13.500
23 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 13.000
24 Lithuania Lithuania 12.000
25 Turkey Turkey 12.000
26 Slovenia Slovenia 11.000
27 Finland Finland 11.000
28 Portugal Portugal 10.500
29 Belarus Belarus 10.000
30 Ukraine Ukraine 9.500
31 Greece Greece 8.500
32 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland 8.500
33 Croatia Croatia 7.500
34 Israel Israel 7.000
35 Estonia Estonia 5.500
36 Bulgaria Bulgaria 5.000
37 Slovakia Slovakia 4.500
Rank Association Coeff. Teams
38 Faroe Islands Faroe Islands 3.000 1
39 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 3.000
40 Wales Wales 2.000
41 Montenegro Montenegro 1.500
42 Albania Albania 1.500
43 Kosovo Kosovo 1.000
44 Latvia Latvia 1.000
45 Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 1.000
46 Moldova Moldova 0.500
47 Malta Malta 0.500
48 Luxembourg Luxembourg 0.000 DNE
NR Andorra Andorra
Armenia Armenia
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Georgia (country) Georgia 1
Gibraltar Gibraltar DNE
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
San Marino San Marino
Ranking Member association Coefficient Teams Places in 2020–21 season
2019 2018 Mvmt 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19 Total CL Total
1 Germany Germany
2 France France
3 Sweden Sweden
4 England England
5 Spain Spain
6 Denmark Denmark
7 Italy Italy
8 Russia Russia
9 Switzerland Switzerland
10 Czech Republic Czech Republic
11 Austria Austria
12 Norway Norway
13 Scotland Scotland
14 Netherlands Netherlands
15 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
16 Poland Poland
17 Cyprus Cyprus
18 Iceland Iceland
19 Serbia Serbia
20 Romania Romania
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Women's History

Club coefficient

The club coefficient rankings are determined by the results of clubs in the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League over the previous five seasons, as well as by the coefficient of the clubs' association. The club coefficient is the sum of the points earned by the club over the five seasons, but no less than 20% of the club's association coefficient.[31] Prior to the 2018 club rankings, teams received the sum of their points earned over the last five seasons plus 20% of the club's association coefficient.[32][33]

The clubs receive two points for a win, one point for a draw, and no points for a defeat in games of the main stages of the Champions League and the Europa League. Results determined after extra-time are included in this method, however results determined after penalty shoot-outs are not (the result is considered a draw). Bonus points for entering the Europa League group stage are not additional to win/draw points; they provide a minimum points allowance for participating clubs, whereas bonus points for entering the Champions League group stage (and those for qualifying to the knockout stage) are additional to win/draw points.

Qualifying round results are only taken into account if the team is eliminated in one of the rounds (see table below). Otherwise, the qualifying round results are taken into account only for the calculation of the association's coefficient and are halved.[32] The clubs do not receive any points for elimination in the Champions League qualifying because those teams move to the Europa League and receive points from participation in that competition.[33]

Round Points awarded
Champions League Europa League
Preliminary Round elimination 0.5
First qualifying round elimination 1.0
Second qualifying round elimination 1.5
Third qualifying round elimination 2
Play-off elimination 2.5
Group stage participation 4 3 (minimum)
Win in group stage or subsequent round 2 2
Draw in group stage or subsequent round 1 1
Round of 16 participation 5
Quarter-finals, semi-finals, and finals participation 1 1

This ranking is used by UEFA to determine a club's seeding in club competition draws, including the preliminary and first rounds of the Champions League, and the preliminary, first and second rounds of the Europa League.

Before 1999 a number of strong teams in the UEFA Cup were seeded such that those teams did not meet in the first two rounds. To determine these teams, the sum of the ratio of the number of points achieved to the number of games played by each team, was calculated for the past five years.

UEFA team ranking

The top 25 clubs as of 13th December 2018 are as follows.[34][35]

Ranking Club Association Coefficient
2019 2018 Mvmt 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19 Total Country Part
1 1 0 Real Madrid Spain Spain 29.000 33.000 33.000 32.000 17.000 144.000 19.513
2 4 2 +2 Barcelona Spain Spain 34.000 26.000 23.000 25.000 19.000 127.000 19.513
3 1 +1 Bayern Munich Germany Germany 28.000 29.000 22.000 29.000 19.000 127.000 13.956
4 2 2 –2 Atlético Madrid Spain Spain 22.000 28.000 29.000 28.000 18.000 125.000 19.513
5 5 0 Juventus Italy Italy 29.000 18.000 33.000 23.000 17.000 120.000 14.430
6 7 1 +1 Paris Saint-Germain France France 21.000 24.000 20.000 19.000 17.000 101.000 11.433
7 8 1 +1 Manchester City England England 15.000 26.000 18.000 22.000 18.000 99.000 15.121
6 1 –1 Sevilla Spain Spain 28.000 23.000 19.000 21.000 8.000 99.000 19.513
9 11 2 +2 Porto Portugal Portugal 25.000 11.000 17.000 17.000 20.000 90.000 9.166
10 9 1 –1 Arsenal England England 20.000 15.000 19.000 21.000 11.000 86.000 15.121
11 10 1 –1 Borussia Dortmund Germany Germany 18.000 17.000 22.000 10.000 18.000 85.000 13.956
12 21 9 +9 Roma Italy Italy 12.000 14.000 13.000 25.000 15.000 79.000 14.430
14 2 +2 Shakhtar Donetsk Ukraine Ukraine 17.000 20.000 14.000 19.000 9.000 79.000 7.620
14 22 8 +8 Liverpool England England 10.000 22.000 0.000 30.000 15.000 77.000 15.121
15 12 3 –3 Manchester United England England 0.000 13.000 26.000 20.000 16.000 75.000 15.121
16 17 1 +1 Napoli Italy Italy 22.000 13.000 17.000 10.000 11.000 73.000 14.430
17 16 1 –1 Zenit Saint Petersburg Russia Russia 17.000 19.000 12.000 14.000 8.000 70.000 9.943
18 13 5 –5 Chelsea England England 21.000 18.000 0.000 18.000 11.000 68.000 15.121
19 19 0 Tottenham Hotspur England England 9.000 12.000 10.000 21.000 15.000 67.000 15.121
20 24 4 +4 Schalke Germany Germany 17.000 11.000 18.000 0.000 17.000 63.000 13.956
21 23 2 +2 Dynamo Kyiv Ukraine Ukraine 16.000 18.000 8.000 12.000 8.000 62.000 7.620
26 5 +5 Beşiktaş Turkey Turkey 11.000 7.000 20.000 19.000 5.000 62.000 6.800
27 6 +6 Monaco France France 21.000 5.000 25.000 6.000 5.000 62.000 11.433
24 31 7 +7 Ajax Netherlands Netherlands 14.000 6.000 22.000 1.500 18.000 61.500 6.126
25 25 0 Lyon France France 1.500 7.000 22.000 14.000 16.000 60.500 11.433
  Indicates teams still active in this year's UEFA Champions League or UEFA Europa League.
  Indicates teams from active countries in this year's UEFA Champions League or UEFA Europa League.
  Indicates teams from countries which have no teams remaining in this year's UEFA Champions League or Europa League.

Top club by period

The following data indicate the top-ranked clubs in each 5-year period.[30] Data prior to 1975–1979 period has been calculated, but precedes the first published by the Confederation and has merely informative value.[30]

Years Club Coeff.
1975–1979 West Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 8.402
1976–1980 West Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 7.985
1977–1981 Spain Barcelona 7.652
1978–1982 Spain Barcelona 7.832
1979–1983 Spain Barcelona 7.998
1980–1984 England Liverpool 8.277
1981–1985 England Liverpool 9.054
1982–1986 Belgium Anderlecht 7.915
Italy Juventus 7.915
1983–1987 Italy Juventus 8.665
1984–1988 Italy Juventus 8.388
1985–1989 West Germany Bayern Munich 7.846
1986–1990 West Germany Bayern Munich 8.096
1987–1991 Italy Juventus 8.291
1988–1992 Spain Real Madrid 7.975
1989–1993 Spain Real Madrid 7.850
1990–1994 Spain Real Madrid 7.600
1991–1995 Spain Real Madrid 7.266
1992–1996 Netherlands Ajax 9.124
1993–1997 Italy Juventus 8.719
Years Club Coeff.
1994–1998 France Paris Saint-Germain 8.716
1995–1999 Italy Juventus 121.606
1996–2000 Italy Juventus 109.963
1997–2001 Spain Real Madrid 114.605
1998–2002 Spain Real Madrid 147.233
1999–2003 Spain Real Madrid 151.769
2000–2004 Spain Real Madrid 146.350
2001–2005 Spain Real Madrid 131.326
2002–2006 Italy Milan 129.020
2003–2007 Italy Milan 133.808
2004–2008 England Chelsea 124.996
2005–2009 Spain Barcelona 121.853
2006–2010 Spain Barcelona 136.951
2007–2011 England Manchester United 151.157
2008–2012 Spain Barcelona 157.837
2009–2013 Spain Barcelona 157.605
2010–2014 Spain Real Madrid 161.542
2011–2015 Spain Real Madrid 171.999
2012–2016 Spain Real Madrid 176.142
2013–2017 Spain Real Madrid 176.999
2014–2018 Spain Real Madrid 162.000

Top-rated clubs listed by number of times they were top-ranked over a 5-year period since the first period officially analysed (1975–1979):

Rank Club Total
1 Spain Real Madrid 14
2 Italy Juventus 7
Spain Barcelona 7
4 West Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 2
Germany Bayern Munich 2
England Liverpool 2
Italy Milan 2
8 Netherlands Ajax 1
Belgium Anderlecht 1
France Paris Saint-Germain 1
England Chelsea 1
England Manchester United 1

Women's Club coefficient

UEFA women's team ranking

Ranking Club Association Coefficient
2019 2018 Mvmt 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19 Total Country Part

Top women's club by period

Futsal Club coefficient

Men's

Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Russia 10,605 1
 Spain 10,017 2
 Portugal 9,250 3
 Italy 8,889 4
 Ukraine (H) 7,944 5
 Azerbaijan (H) 7,544 6
 Slovenia 6,389 7
 Kazakhstan 6,333 8
 Serbia 5,556 9
 Croatia 5,556 10
 Czech Republic 4,667 11
 Romania (H) 4,278 12
 Hungary 4,222 13
 Slovakia 3,389 14
 Netherlands 3,333 15
Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Belgium 3,278 16
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 3,000 17
 Belarus (H) 2,667 18
 Poland (H) 2,056 19
 Macedonia 2,000 20
 Finland 1,583 21
 Turkey (H) 1,444 22
 France 1,278 23
 Latvia (H) 1,222 24
 Georgia (H) 1,028 25
 Norway 1,000 26
 Sweden 0,944 27
 England 0,944 28
 Greece 0,889 29
Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Moldova 0,750 30
 Denmark 0,722 31
 Montenegro 0,667 32
 Bulgaria (H) 0,611 33
  Switzerland 0,472 34
 Armenia 0,444 35
 Andorra 0,389 36
 Lithuania (H) 0,389 37
 Albania 0,333 38
 Israel 0,333 39
 Cyprus (H) 0,222 40
 Wales (H) 0,222 41
 Estonia 0,111 42
 Gibraltar (H) 0,111 43
Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Malta 0,000 44
 San Marino 0,000 45
 Scotland 0,000 46
 Germany
 Kosovo
 Austria
 Faroe Islands
 Iceland
 Liechtenstein
 Luxembourg
 Northern Ireland
 Ireland

Women's

Futsal Country

Rank Association Coeff. Teams
1 Russia Russia 10,605 2
2 Spain Spain 10,017
3 Portugal Portugal 9,250
4 Italy Italy 8,889
5 Ukraine Ukraine 7,944 1
6 Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 7,544
7 Slovenia Slovenia 6,389
8 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 6,333
9 Serbia Serbia 5,556
10 Croatia Croatia 5,556
11 Czech Republic Czech Republic 4,667
12 Romania Romania 4,278
13 Hungary Hungary 4,222
14 Slovakia Slovakia 3,389
15 Netherlands Netherlands 3,333
16 Belgium Belgium 3,278
17 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 3,000
18 Belarus Belarus 2,667
19 Poland Poland 2,056
Rank Association Coeff. Teams
20 Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 2,000 1
21 Finland Finland 1,583
22 Turkey Turkey 1,444
23 France France 1,278
24 Latvia Latvia 1,222
25 Georgia (country) Georgia 1,028
26 Norway Norway 1,000
27 Sweden Sweden 0,944
28 England England 0,944
29 Greece Greece 0,889
30 Moldova Moldova 0,750
31 Denmark Denmark 0,722
32 Montenegro Montenegro 0,667
33 Bulgaria Bulgaria 0,611
34 Switzerland Switzerland 0,472
35 Armenia Armenia 0,444
36 Andorra Andorra 0,389
37 Lithuania Lithuania 0,389
Rank Association Coeff. Teams
38 Albania Albania 0,333 1
39 Israel Israel 0,333
40 Cyprus Cyprus 0,222
41 Wales Wales 0,222
42 Estonia Estonia 0,111
43 Gibraltar Gibraltar 0,111
44 Malta Malta 0,000
45 San Marino San Marino 0,000
46 Scotland Scotland 0,000
(NR) Germany Germany 0.000
Kosovo Kosovo
Austria Austria
Luxembourg Luxembourg
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland
Faroe Islands Faroe Islands 0 (DNE)
Iceland Iceland
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein

Futsal Club

Youth tournaments' coefficient

UEFA Under-21

Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Germany 39,037 1
 Portugal 38,378 2
 England 36,621 3
 Spain 36,536 4
 Denmark 35,590 5
 Italy 35,546 6
 France 34,262 7
 Sweden 34,259 8
 Czech Republic 33,690 9
 Serbia 31,060 10
Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Slovakia 31,057 11
 Israel 30,786 12
 Netherlands 29,817 13
 Austria 29,406 14
 Croatia 28,239 15
 Belgium 28,237 16
 Poland 28,102 17
  Switzerland 27,882 18
 Slovenia 27,372 19
Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Ukraine 27,372 20
 Norway 26,830 21
 Russia 26,414 22
 Turkey 25,927 23
 Romania 25,859 24
 Iceland 25,679 25
 Greece 25,522 26
 Montenegro 24,791 27
 Finland 24,581 28
Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Wales 23,683 29
 Bulgaria 23,309 30
 Macedonia 23,283 31
 Georgia 22,402 32
 Hungary 22,349 33
 Republic of Ireland 22,004 34
 Scotland 21,784 35
 Moldova 20,696 36
 Albania 18,584 37
Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Lithuania 18,411 38
 Azerbaijan 18,331 39
 Armenia 18,126 40
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 18,056 41
 Belarus 17,741 42
 Kazakhstan 16,826 43
 Cyprus 16,636 44
 Latvia 16,516 45
 Estonia 14,498 46
Team Coeff Rank[14]
 Malta 14,331 47
 Luxembourg 12,878 48
 Northern Ireland 12,611 49
 Faroe Islands 12,113 50
 San Marino 10,740 51
 Andorra 10,045 52
 Liechtenstein 8,058 53
 Gibraltar 0 54
 Kosovo 0 55

UEFA Under-19

Team Coeff Rank
 Portugal 24.722 1
 Germany 22.778 2
 England 21.889 3
 Austria 19.000 4
 France 18.556 5
 Netherlands 17.667 6
 Spain 16.500 7
 Ukraine 14.833 8
 Czech Republic 14.833 9
 Serbia 14.667 10
 Russia 14.611 11
 Italy 14.222 12
 Greece 12.500 13
 Sweden 12.111 14
 Georgia 11.833 15
Team Coeff Rank
 Croatia 11.778 16
 Israel 11.333 17
 Belgium 11.167 18
 Turkey 11.000 19
 Bulgaria 10.556 20
 Slovakia 9.833 21
 Republic of Ireland 9.000 22
 Hungary 9.000 23
 Scotland 8.833 24
  Switzerland 8.500 25
 Denmark 8.500 26
 Poland 8.167 27
 Montenegro 8.000 28
Team Coeff Rank
 Norway 7.667 29
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 6.833 30
 Wales 6.333 31
 Slovenia 6.167 32
 Romania 5.333 33
 Cyprus 5.167 34
 Lithuania 4.667 35
 Finland 4.667 36
 Northern Ireland 4.000 37
 Iceland 4.000 38
 Azerbaijan 4.000 39
 Belarus 3.333 40
 Macedonia 3.333 41
Team Coeff Rank
 Latvia 3.000 42
 Albania 2.667 43
 Luxembourg 2.667 44
 Estonia 2.667 45
 Armenia 2.333
 Malta 2.333 46
 Andorra 1.333 47
 Faroe Islands 1.333 48
 Moldova 1.000 49
 Liechtenstein 0.333 50
 Gibraltar 0.333 51
 Kazakhstan 0.333 52
 San Marino 0.000 53
 Kosovo 54

UEFA Under-17

Team Coeff Rank
 Spain 25.889 1
 England 25.000 2
 Germany 24.167 3
 Netherlands 23.778 4
 France 20.611 5
 Italy 19.667 6
 Belgium 19.111 7
 Portugal 18.222 8
 Republic of Ireland 17.167 9
 Austria 14.333 10
 Sweden 14.000 11
 Serbia 13.778 12
 Scotland 13.222 13
 Russia 13.111 14
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 13.000 15
Team Coeff Rank
 Croatia 12.556 16
 Israel 11.333 17
 Hungary 11.111 18
 Slovenia 10.889 19
 Poland 10.833 20
 Turkey 10.833 21
 Ukraine 10.722 22
 Norway 10.722 23
 Czech Republic 10.611 24
 Greece 10.556 25
  Switzerland 10.111 26
 Denmark 9.333 27
 Slovakia 9.167 28
Team Coeff Rank
 Finland 7.833 29
 Azerbaijan 7.000 30
 Georgia 6.833 31
 Cyprus 6.833 32
 Wales 6.500 33
 Iceland 6.333 34
 Belarus 6.167 35
 Bulgaria 5.333 36
 Romania 5.000 37
 Northern Ireland 4.167 38
 Macedonia 3.833 39
 Montenegro 3.667 40
 Faroe Islands 3.222 41
Team Coeff Rank
 Lithuania 2.667 42
 Latvia 2.667 43
 Estonia 2.333 44
 Albania 2.333 45
 Armenia 2.000 46
 Luxembourg 1.667 47
 Moldova 1.667 48
 Kazakhstan 1.000 49
 Liechtenstein 1.000 50
 Andorra 0.333 51
 San Marino 0.333 52
 Gibraltar 0.333 53
 Malta 0.000 54
 Kosovo 0.000 55

UEFA Women's Under-19

Team Coeff Rank
 Spain 33.000 1
 France 27.944 2
 Germany 26.500 3
 Netherlands 21.722 4
 Norway 19.333 5
 Denmark 18.167 6
 Sweden 17.944 7
  Switzerland 16.278 8
 Italy 15.222 9
 England 15.167 10
 Scotland 12.611 11
 Finland 12.333 12
Team Coeff Rank
 Belgium 11.667 13
 Czech Republic 11.500 14
 Austria 11.167 15
 Russia 9.833 16
 Portugal 9.667 17
 Republic of Ireland 9.500 18
 Serbia 9.167 19
 Poland 9.000 20
 Hungary 8.833 21
 Iceland 8.667 22
 Northern Ireland 8.000 23
 Slovakia 7.833 24
Team Coeff Rank
 Turkey 7.333 25
 Slovenia 7.000 26
 Ukraine 6.000 27
 Azerbaijan 5.667 28
 Israel 5.500 29
 Greece 5.333 30
 Romania 4.833 31
 Belarus 4.667 32
 Wales 4.500 33
 Croatia 4.000 34
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 3.667 35
 Faroe Islands 3.000 36
Team Coeff Rank
 Moldova 2.333 37
 Montenegro 1.667 38
 Albania 1.333 39
 Latvia 1.000 40
 Bulgaria 1.000 41
 Estonia 0.333 42
 Georgia 0.333
 Macedonia 0.333 43
 Cyprus 0.333 44
 Kosovo 0.333 45
 Lithuania 0.000 46
 Kazakhstan 0.000 47
 Armenia 0.000 48

UEFA Women's Under-17

Team Coeff Rank
 Spain 32.056 1
 Germany 31.167 2
 England 22.889 3
 Norway 21.000 4
 Netherlands 17.667 5
 France 17.278 6
 Republic of Ireland 15.722 7
  Switzerland 15.111 8
 Italy 15.056 9
 Finland 13.833 10
 Czech Republic 12.889 11
 Denmark 12.833 12
 Poland 12.722 13
Team Coeff Rank
 Austria 11.833 14
 Belgium 11.667 15
 Sweden 11.500
 Serbia 11.500 16
 Iceland 11.500 17
 Hungary 10.000 18
 Scotland 10.000 19
 Russia 8.667 20
 Slovenia 7.833 21
 Portugal 7.000 22
 Turkey 6.333 23
 Greece 6.000 24
Team Coeff Rank
 Belarus 6.000 25
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 5.833 26
 Wales 5.167 27
 Slovakia 5.000 28
 Northern Ireland 4.833 29
 Ukraine 4.500 30
 Romania 4.000 31
 Bulgaria 4.000 32
 Lithuania 3.333 33
 Azerbaijan 3.167 34
 Israel 2.667 35
Team Coeff Rank
 Croatia 2.333 36
 Montenegro 1.333 37
 Macedonia 1.333 38
 Faroe Islands 1.000 39
 Latvia 1.000 40
 Malta 1.000 41
 Estonia 0.333 42
 Kazakhstan 0.333 43
 Moldova 0.000 44
 Georgia 0.000 45
 Albania 46

Youth Club's (Nation)

Rank Association Coeff. Teams
1 Russia Russia 10.171 2
2 Spain Spain 10.022
3 Portugal Portugal 9.633
4 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 9.000
5 Ukraine Ukraine 8.389 1
6 Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 7.822
7 Italy Italy 7.444
8 Serbia Serbia 6.833
9 Slovenia Slovenia 6.500
10 Croatia Croatia 4.278
11 Hungary Hungary 4.111
12 Czech Republic Czech Republic 3.611
13 Romania Romania 3.500
14 Poland Poland 3.389
15 France France 2.944
16 Slovakia Slovakia 2.944
17 Belarus Belarus 2.889
18 Netherlands Netherlands 2.278
19 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 2.222
Rank Association Coeff. Teams
20 Belgium Belgium 2.111 1
21 Georgia (country) Georgia 2.056
22 Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 2.000
23 Finland Finland 1.694
24 Latvia Latvia 1.222
25 Turkey Turkey 1.222
26 Moldova Moldova 0.833
27 England England 0.833
28 Albania Albania 0.778
29 Sweden Sweden 0.778
30 Montenegro Montenegro 0.722
31 Denmark Denmark 0.722
32 Norway Norway 0.722
33 Kosovo Kosovo 0.667
34 Switzerland Switzerland 0.583
35 Bulgaria Bulgaria 0.556
36 Armenia Armenia 0.500
37 Greece Greece 0.500
Rank Association Coeff. Teams
38 Germany Germany 0.500 1
39 Wales Wales 0.389
40 Lithuania Lithuania 0.389
41 Cyprus Cyprus 0.389
42 Israel Israel 0.278
43 Andorra Andorra 0.222
44 Estonia Estonia 0.111
45 Malta Malta 0.000
46 Gibraltar Gibraltar 0.000
47 San Marino San Marino 0.000
48 Scotland Scotland 0.000
NR Austria Austria 0.000
Iceland Iceland
Luxembourg Luxembourg
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland
Faroe Islands Faroe Islands DNE
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein

Youth Club's (Club)

Criticisms

The UEFA coefficient system has been criticised for being likely to preserve the status quo for rankings and seedings, as well as for favouring teams from stronger leagues.[36]

See also

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External links

  • Official UEFA rankings
  • League and club coefficients at xs4all.nl
  • UEFA Access List
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