Uefa Country Ranking: Standings and Live Updates

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On this site you can find everything about the most important ranking in international club football. The charts and maps are frequently updated.

The following overview shows the current standing of the UEFA Country Ranking and is updated regularerly on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening as soon as the round is finished:

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In this maps you can see the points scored of all UEFA nations and teams in this season. If you hover over a country you can check out the points scored of each individual team:

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The following clubs have collected the most coefficient points for their country so far:

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Below is the overview of the share of points scored in the current season from each team for their country:

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Access list

The access list for season 24/25 is not final yet. Since there will be a reform of Champions League, Europa League and Conference League with more teams in the new "group" stages, the access list will look a bit differently than last season. Check out this interview mit UEFA expert David Parkes to find out more about the new access list.

Here is an example how the access list may look like (to be confirmed):

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Team statistics

Check out which teams do contribute the most to the UEFA country ranking for each nation in the last five seasons here.

Historical data

You can check out the points scored from each team in the UEFA Country Ranking in the last 67 years since season 1955/56 here.

Qualifying Opponents and Group Stages

Check out the possible opponents of Swiss teams in the qualifying stages here. And here you can see the predicted group stages for Champions League, Europa League and Conference League 22/23.

About the UEFA Country Ranking

The UEFA Country Ranking determines how many teams can compete internationally and how many qualifying rounds they have to survive.

The higher a country is ranked, the easier it gets for the clubs to reach the main stages of Champions League, Europa League and Conference League.

Relevant are the points scored in the last five seasons.

A club can score 2 points for a win and 1 point for a draw. In the qualifying stages, only half the points are awarded. There are also several bonus points to be won. You can find an excellent overview about the UEFA Coefficients calculations here:

The overall points scored of each nations are divided by the amount of teams allowed to play internationally. For Switzerland, this means their points are getting divided by 4, since there are 4 teams allowed to play (FC Zürich, FC Basel, BSC Young Boys and FC Lugano). This equals to:
win for a SUI club: +0.5 points for the ranking (0.25 in qualifying stages)
draw for SUI club: +0.25 points (+0.125 in QF)

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