updated on 28.03.2023 at 10:26 pm
Calculation of UEFA Country Ranking
The UEFA Country Ranking (also known as the UEFA coefficient) is a ranking list drawn up by UEFA that makes it possible to compare the strengths of the various countries. The value of a country is calculated from the sum of the individual annual coefficients of the past 5 years.
Distribution of starting places
|Place||Champions League||Europa League|
|1 - 3||3||1||1||2|
|4 - 6||2||1||1||2|
|7 - 9||1||1||0||4|
|10 - 12||1||1||0||3|
|13 - 15||0||2||0||3|
|16 - 51||0||1||0||3|
|52 - 53||0||1||0||2|
Note: Based on the placement in the country ranking 2010-11, the distribution of the starting places for 2012-13 is determined (see above).
The narrow lines in the country ranking also indicate different entry rounds to the competitions (see UEFA Access List 2012-13).
|Placement has improved to the previous year|
|Placement has deteriorated to the previous year|
|Clubs are all still active|
|Clubs are still partially active|
|Clubs have all been dropped out|
|Club is active in the Champions League|
|Club is active in the Europa League|
|Club is active in the Europa Conference League|
|Club is active|
|Club has dropped out|
Score for game result
|Result||Champions League||Europa League|
Bonus points for participation in the round
|Round||Champions League||Europa League|
|Round of 16||5||0|
Calculation: Each club collects points or bonus points for its country (see above). These are added up for each country and divided by the number of participating clubs (see Detail View).