The UEFA club coefficient rankings are based on the results of all European clubs in UEFA club competition.
The club coefficient rankings take into account the results of each club in UEFA club competition and are used to determine a club’s seeding in club competition draws
Three Spanish clubs lead the world. Real Madrid has confirmed its hegemony in football. A few months ago, Zinedine Zidane’s team defeated Juventus in the Champions League final match that took place in Cardiff. Thanks to that victory, the ‘Blancos’ collected several points in the UEFA ranking confirming their position No. 1 with 151,842.
Atletico Madrid is the runner up. In the last few years, Simeone and his group amazed the crowds playing a ferocious and tactically conservative football. The second team of Madrid is also in position No. 2 in the ranking with 133,842 points.
Barcelona passed through a difficult year. The Blaugrana lost their national and international battle against Real Madrid and were also relegated in position No. 3 in the UEFA ranking having collected 128,842 points.
Focusing on the performance of the Italian teams, Juventus is leading the group of the ‘Bel Paese’. The Bianconeri sits at position No. 5 (119,116 points). Napoli is the second Italian club in the world ranking for clubs (position No. 14, 80,116 points). Fiorentina is in position No. 20 having collected 66,116 points in the last five years under consideration.
Roma’s strategies on and off the field seem to be productive. In the updated UEFA rankings the Giallorossi made important steps ahead. One year ago, Pallotta’s team was sitting at position No. 51 but nowadays Roma is World No. 27 having collected 55,116 points. This is definitely a remarkable jump ahead.