Premier League teams broke the record for overall European performance in one campaign.
This follows Chelsea, Manchester City, and Manchester United qualification for the finals of the two top competitions.
The coefficient score is an average of all an association’s teams in Europe over the course of the campaign.
English clubs’ coefficient this season will surpass the previous highest, set by La Liga in the 2015/2016 season when Real Madrid and Sevilla lifted the Champions League and Europa League respectively.
The Premier League has 23.928 points, but with the Champions League winners guaranteed to come from England, the score at the end of the season will be 24.214 at least.
The Premier League was already guaranteed to take over as the No. 1 ranked European league for the first time in nine years, displacing LaLiga from the top spot.