Update of club coefficients from UEFA – Man City holds the lead, Juventus and Barcelona outside the top ten


Following the third round of European fixtures, UEFA have published the latest update of the club coefficient rankings, seeing some changes to the rankings.

UEFA have released their updated club rankings on Friday, which see a surprise, with Roma moving up to 10th place.

The first three places in the ranking of club coefficients are Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.


The fourth position is occupied by Paris Saint-Germain, followed by English clubs such as Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United.

Last season’s Champions League finalists Inter are eighth in the UEFA club rankings, followed by RB Leipzig.

Other big clubs in the top half are: Juventus 12th, Barcelona 13th, Atletico Madrid 15th, Arsenal 23rd and Milan 31st.