Real Madrid still top UEFA club rankings but Liverpool only ranked 11th

It is not a trophy, but Real Madrid can take pride in the fact that they are sitting atop the UEFA rankings table for the fifth year in a row.

Los Blancos have accumulated 146,000 points, ahead of Barcelona (138,000), Bayern Munich (128,000), Atletico Madrid (127,000), Juventus (124,000), Manchester City (106,000), Sevilla (104,000), Paris Saint-Germain (103,000), Arsenal (101,000) and Porto (93,000).

New Champions League winners Liverpool (91,000) are ranked 11th ahead of Chelsea (87,000) and Dortmund (85,000), while Man Utd (78,000) sit only 18th behind Tottenham (also 78,000) at 17th.

The coefficient rankings are based on a side’s results in the Champions League and Europa League over the last five seasons.