THE BEST TEAM IN EUROPE ON CURRENT FORM DOMESTICALLY
Footiehound’s European Club Rankings table is a points-per-game system that combines the top teams from the top 8 ranking leagues in Europe based on the UEFA Coefficients system.
The teams in the table below are placed in no particular order and a careful perusal will ensure you see the team that has the highest points-per-game after every matchday across Europe.
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TOP 10 FROM THE STANDINGS
- Atletico Madrid – 2.58
- Sporting CP – 2.57
- Ajax – 2.41
- AC Milan – 2.38
- Bayern Munich – 2.29
- FC Porto – 2.28
- Inter Milan – 2.22
- Zenit – 2.15
- Manchester City – 2.11
- Paris Saint-Germain – 2.1
The * means that the team’s result on the matchday is not yet available
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If you were ever at a loss on how to get football news on the most in-form team in Europe 2021 based on points-per-game, then this statistics table is ideal and will help you conclude on the best teams in Europe 2021 at any point in time with regards to PPG.
Our European Club Rankings table works with a points-per-game system as mentioned earlier.
This system is necessary as the level of playing standards and competition differ in the Premier League, Bundesliga, Eredivisie, Ligue 1, La Liga, Portuguese Primeira Liga, and the Russian League. The number of teams that participate in a season in each league also varies.
Some leagues have 20 clubs participating, some have 18, and some have 16. Therefore the points-per-game system will provide a level playing ground for ranking them when it is implemented.
THE TOP 20 TEAMS IN EUROPE 2021
This system will help you know the best team in Europe on current form at any point in a season. You’ll easily arrive at the most in-form team in Europe with the points-per-game system based on performances in their domestic leagues and that’s why we implemented it.
The UEFA Coefficients System currently has the following leagues in the top 8 and I’ll mention them here in no particular order. They are:
- Premier League – (20 teams participate per season)
- La Liga – (20 teams participate per season)
- Serie A – (20 teams participate per season)
- Ligue 1 – (20 teams participate per season)
- Bundesliga – (18 teams participate per season)
- Portuguese Primeira Liga – (18 teams participate per season)
- Eredivisie – (18 teams participate per season)
- Russian Premier League – (16 teams participate per season)
Someone might ask how we went about the selection of the teams for this standing. Here is all you need to know about Footiehound’s best team in Europe on current form ranking:
- We leveraged the UEFA Coefficients system and picked the top 8 leagues.
- Only clubs who are in UCL places across the various leagues at any point in time will make it to the standings. Therefore, some big teams may be absent occasionally if they are on a bad patch.
- Clubs in UCL playoff positions won’t make it to the standing at any point in the season. We’re currently in the 2020/21 football season.
- The 22 positions in the standings came from automatic UCL qualification slots across the aforementioned European football leagues.
- The points-per-game average will be used to determine the most in-form teams and not the points garnered in their respective leagues.
- The points-per-game ratio is determined by dividing the points garnered thus far in the season by the number of games played at any time in the season by clubs in respective domestic leagues.
- The League table will be updated weekly at the end of every matchday.
THE BEST TEAM IN EUROPE RIGHT NOW
This system is ideal to know the top 20 best team in Europe 2021 based on points-per-game or better still the top 22 best teams in Europe at any point in the season, still based on PPG.
You’ll get access to the most consistent clubs in a season based on performances in their domestic leagues and this is welcome information.
There’ll be some changes in the future as the coefficients system is updated as clubs may be added or removed or even a particular league. It all depends on their placement in the UEFA Coefficients System.