UEFA statistics confirms whether Rangers or Celtic are Scotland’s’most successful club’ in Europe.

UEFA statistics confirms whether Rangers or Celtic are Scotland's'most successful club' in Europe.
UEFA statistics confirms whether Rangers or Celtic are Scotland's'most successful club' in Europe.

UEFA statistics confirms whether Rangers or Celtic are Scotland’s’most successful club’ in Europe.

UEFA statistics confirms whether Rangers or Celtic are Scotland’s’most successful club’ in Europe.

It’s one of many long-running arguments between Rangers and Old Firm rivals Celtic.

Heck, that may be the biggest one.With Celtic closing up on Rangers’ world record league title sweep, European football remains a heated topic of debate.

Both clubs have one European trophy each and have been regulars in European competition for the past seven decades.

However, only one of Glasgow’s Old Firm duopoly can be named Scotland’s most successful club on the European arena, and according to a leading Swiss data football site, it’s barely a contest.

UEFA statistics confirms whether Rangers or Celtic are Scotland's'most successful club' in Europe.
UEFA statistics confirms whether Rangers or Celtic are Scotland’s’most successful club’ in Europe.

Rangers & Celtic’s UEFA history ranked

Swiss Football Data is one of the most trusted UEFA coefficient data providers on X.The account rates teams from throughout Europe based on their previous record in European competition and has recently released a genuine list of the continent’s’most successful clubs’.

This is accomplished by gathering all of the relative coefficient scores from every team that has competed in a European competition since the 55/56 season And the results will please one side of Glasgow, while the other will most certainly bury their heads.

Rangers are by far Scotland’s highest performing side in the history of European competition, ranking 11th overall (113.667 points).

That is higher than Inter Milan (12th – 110.341), Liverpool (14th – 106.432), and Celtic (15th – 104.250).Real Madrid is the best-performing European team in history (189.184), with arch rivals Barcelona in second place (178.156).

Interestingly, Manchester United (8th – 123.213) is the only English team to have ranked higher than Rangers in the history of European competition.

Rangers are Scotland’s number one

Rangers had one of the highest UEFA coefficients in Europe during the last five seasons Rangers’ achievement on the European stage in recent years has been amazing, especially given the club’s financial difficulties in 2012, and it is just not recognized enough in Scottish football.

Reaching Seville was an incredible achievement, and Rangers’ outstanding contribution to the coefficient has ensured Champions League football for a Scottish club for the past three years.

It’s really a shame that our domestic failures have brought such rewards to Celtic, a team that has consistently underperformed on the European stage for a generation.

Celtic have not won a European knockout encounter since 2004, despite Rangers reaching two European finals during that period. They have received both fawning media coverage and routine skelpings at Parkhead.

Rangers, however, continue to fight above their weight despite a tsunami of hostility at home.We predict the same thing next season, with history indicating that it is Rangers, not Celtic, who wave the saltire the most on foreign soil.

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