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Greece reaches its worst UEFA ranking in history

UEFA PAOK Granada

Greece dropped another place in the UEFA Ranking and is now in 18th, the worst in the history of Greek football… Only one point in nine games.

After the completion of the Europa League groups, Greek football is not looking good, especially after PAOK’s draw with Granada in Thessaloniki, AEK’s defeat to Leicester and Olympiacos’ loss to Porto.

Greece has fallen to 18th place in the UEFA  standings and things can get worse since only Olympiacos continues in the Europa League.

The UEFA Score

  • 15th Cyprus 27,750 0/4
  • 16th Serbia 26,000 1/4
  • 17th Switzerland 25,225 1/4
  • 18th Greece 25.200 1/5
  • 19th Czech Republic 25,000 3/5
  • 20th Croatia 24,875 1/5
  • 21st Israel 24,375 1/4

What does 16th and 17th place mean?

  • The champion in the 2nd qualifying round of the Champions League
  • The second, third and Cup Winner in the 2nd qualifying round of the Europa Conference League
  • Greece will not have a fifth team in Europe and will not have a team in the Europa League.

What does 18th place and below mean?

  • The champion in the 1st qualifying round of the Champions League
  • Second, third and Cup Winner in the 2nd qualifying round of the Europa Conference League
  • Greece will not have a fifth team in Europe and will not have a team in the Europa League
  • If the Cup winner has a secured place in the Champions League then the ticket goes to the team that has finished higher in the standings.