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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

EURO 2012: Final draw coefficients (30 June 2010)

The coefficients for the EURO 2012 final draw will take into account results from:

EURO 2008 (qualifiers and final tournament) - 20% of total weighting
2010 World Cup (qualifiers and final tournament) - 40% of total weighting
EURO 2012 (qualifiers) - 40% of total weighting

Click here for more info on the coefficient system.

Hosts Poland (23806) and Ukraine (28029) will be seeded for the final draw, along with 2008 winners, Spain, if they qualify.

Rank - Previous rank - Team - Total points

 1  1 Spain              28315
2 2 Netherlands 27808
3 3 Germany 26647
4 6 England 24262
5 4 Russia 23751
6 5 Croatia 23702
7 7 Italy 23596
8 9 Portugal 22976
9 8 Greece 22674
10 14 Switzerland 22194
11 13 Serbia 21954
12 11 France 21888
13 10 Sweden 21674
14 17 Denmark 21479
15 12 Czech Republic 21381
16 19 Slovakia 21094
17 15 Turkey 20761
18 16 Finland 20672
19 18 Israel 20501
20 27 Slovenia 19962
21 20 Bulgaria 19939
22 21 Ireland 19642
23 22 Northern Ireland 19439
24 23 Romania 19288
25 24 Bosnia-Herzegovina 19018
26 25 Norway 19018
27 26 Scotland 18951
28 28 Latvia 18844
29 29 Austria 18465
30 30 Hungary 18349
31 31 Lithuania 17431
32 32 Belarus 17418
33 33 Wales 17232
34 34 Belgium 16418
35 35 Cyprus 15836
36 36 Macedonia 15684
37 37 Albania 14444
38 38 Montenegro 14375
39 39 Estonia 13934
40 40 Iceland 13542
41 41 Kazakhstan 13398
42 42 Moldova 12902
43 43 Armenia 12705
44 44 Georgia 12602
45 45 Azerbaijan 12450
46 46 Luxembourg 11905
47 47 Liechtenstein 11355
48 48 Faroe Islands 10975
49 49 Malta 10539
50 50 Andorra 8947
51 51 San Marino 8622

2 comments:

  1. Edgar, how is it possible that my calculations are different from yours? My mistake, I assume...

    Example for Spain:
    Coefficient Euro2008: 41835, 20% is 8367
    Coefficient WC2010 (including 2nd Round result): 42002, 40% is 16801.

    Adding those figures, makes a total of 25168.

    Only explanation I can think of is that you already calculated the 10 matches for the Euro2012 campaign of Spain. In that case, my calculations are 29078, still a bit different...

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  2. Yes, I've already included the 10 matches for EURO 2012, but I think the difference comes from the 2010 WC.

    I think you already gave Spain 18000 for the upcoming QF match. I did the same, but I also increased the number of matches by 1. Thus, you have 588033/14 = 42022.35, I have 598033/15 = 39868.86

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