The Premier League is guaranteed to be the highest ranked European league for the first time in nine years, displacing LaLiga from top spot.
This comes after Manchester United’s 6-2 win over AS Roma in the Europa League semi-final first leg.
The UEFA’s coefficient table ranks leagues in order of strength in European competitions over a five-year period, all the way back to the 2012/2013 season.
Even if Real Madrid lift the Champions League trophy and Villarreal win the Europa League, it will not stop England moving to the No. 1 position.
English clubs have outperformed their Spanish counterparts in three of the last five seasons.
UEFA COEFFICIENT TABLE
ASSOCIATION COEFFICIENT SCORE
1. England 98.997
2. Spain 97.425
3. Italy 75.153
4. Germany 73.570
5. France 56.081
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