RANGERS have earned the second-most UEFA coefficient points of any club since the 2018/19 season, according to newly compiled stats.

The Ibrox side have excelled in Europe in previous seasons culminating in an incredible run to the Europa League final last term.

And despite the bitter shoot-out loss to Eintracht Frankfurt in Seville, Rangers have been among the best in coefficient boosting sides.

UEFA use the coefficient for qualification and seeding purposes for the Champions League. Europa League and Europa Conference League.

Rangers' performances in the past four seasons have put them as the second-most successful sides in achieving coefficient points - only behind Ajax.

Data compiled by Swiss Football Data outlines Rangers' success with 16.825 coefficient points since the 2018/19 season - which is only bested by the 18.600 return of Ajax.

Rangers' European results have earned Scotland more points than that gained by Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain or Bayern Munich for their respective nations.

In 2018/19 Rangers reached the group stage of the Europa League competition, but the next season made it to the round of 16 before being knocked out by Bayer Leverkusen.

In 2020/21 the club again made the round of 16 where they were beaten by Slavia Prague 3-1 on aggregate. Rangers then of course made the final of the competition in 21/22.

Celtic also appear in Swiss Football Data's coefficient earners' table in 19th position in the same period.

The Parkhead side earned 11.700 coefficient points to help boost Scotland's overall UEFA position. 

Celtic reached the Europa League round of 32 in 2018/19 where they were beaten 3-0 on aggregate by Valencia.

The following year the club again achieved the round of 32 being knocked out by Copenhagen. The 2020/21 season Celtic were knocked out in the group stage of the competition.

And last season Celtic finished third in the group stage before dropping into the knockout round play-offs of the Europa Conference League where they were beaten by Bodo/Glimt.