All-time UEFA Champions League club ranking by nation
Since the European Cup was rebranded, becoming the UEFA Champions League in the 1992-93 season, a glittering array of nations across the continent have been represented in the tournament through many different football clubs.
We’ve put together an all-time top 10 ranking of European nations’ performances since 1992, when the UEFA Champions League began in its current guise. This takes into account overall, wins, draws, losses, titles won and points accrued by the clubs within each nation, the latter dictating the order in which the nations appear in.
*Last updated on January 2023
Spain lead the way with 13 Spanish clubs having appeared in the UEFA Champions League, more than any other nation. A total of 12 UEFA Champions League titles have been won by Spanish clubs with 513 wins and 1,275 points accumulated. It’s also important to note than Spain are the only nation to have been represented in over 1,000 UEFA Champions League fixtures. England lie in second-place with 1,206 points accrued by the ten clubs who have representing them in European's football's marquee competition. However, English clubs have recorded six UEFA Champions League titles between them, which is only half the number managed by Spanish clubs.