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UEFA Champions League seeds
August 27th, 2009 7AM

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[MAKING A LIST] England's four representatives -- No. 2 Chelsea, No. 3 Liverpool, No. 4 Manchester United and No. 6 Arsenal -- rank among the top six teams in the 2009-10 UEFA Champions League and will be in the first pot for Thursday's group stage draw in Monaco (TV: Fox Soccer Channel, live, noon ET). Defending champion Barcelona is the top seed. For the seeds 1-32 ...

Note: Coefficients are calculated by adding the club's coefficients for the last five European seasons and 20 percent of its country's coefficient. Click here for UEFA Champions League regulations.

Pot 1
RANK/TEAM COEFFICIENT
1 Barcelona (SPA) 121.853
2 Chelsea (ENG) 118.899
3 Liverpool (ENG) 118.899
4 Manchester United (ENG) 111.899
5 AC Milan (ITA) 110.996
6 Arsenal (ENG) 106.899
7 Sevilla (SPA) 100.853
8 Bayern Munich (GER) 98.339

Pot 2
RANK/TEAM COEFFICIENT
9 Lyon (FRA) 91.033
10 Inter Milan (ITA) 87.582
11 Real Madrid (SPA) 78.853
12 CSKA Moscow (RUS) 71.525
13 FC Porto (POR) 68.292
14 AZ (NED) 64.826
15 Juventus (ITA) 63.582
16 Rangers (SCO) 56.575

Pot 3

RANK/TEAM COEFFICIENT
17 Olympiakos (GRE) 52.633
18 Marseille (FRA) 48.033
19 Dynamo Kiev (UKR) 46.370
20 VfB Stuttgart (GER) 45.339
21 Fiorentina (ITA) 42.582
22 Atletico Madrid (SPA) 41.853
23 Bordeaux (FRA) 40.033
24 Be?ikta? (TUR) 32.445

Pot 4

RANK/TEAM COEFFICIENT
25 Wolfsburg (GER) 21.339
26 Standard Liege (BEL) 21.065
27 Maccabi Haifa (ISR) 17.050
28 FC Zurich (SUI) 14.050
29 Rubin Kazan (RUS) 9.525
30 Unirea Urziceni (ROM) 8.781
31 APOEL (CYP) 4.016
32 Debrecen (HUN) 1.633

 



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