Where Rangers sit in UEFA's top 30 club coefficient rankings compared to West Ham, Arsenal and other European giants

We take a look at where the Ibrox club sit in UEFA’s updated club coefficient standings

On the back of Scotland’s major coefficient blow that will see the Scottish Premiership lose it’s automatic Champions League spot for the 2025/26 season, Rangers individual club coefficient ranking offers a brighter outlook.

With Glasgow rivals Celtic languishing down in 59th spot after contributing very few coefficient points over the past four years, the Ibrox side find themselves in a better position following their continental heroics in recent season

Their run to the Europa League Final during the 2021/22 season in particular means Philippe Clement’s side are still in with a slim chance of sneaking in through the Champions League back door if they win the league title next season. However, that will depend on the 2024 Champions League winners qualifying for the following season through their domestic campaign.

Here, GlasgowWorld takes a look at where Rangers currently rank in UEFA’s club coefficient standings based on points collected the across the last five seasons.

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