A new club placed itself on the throne in the European club ranking based on the results in the Champions League of the last five years. Long time top club Umea IK from Sweden has to leave the place on top after a disappointing season and is moved down to second place by French champions Olympique Lyonnais. The current semifinalists are followed in spots 3 to 5 by Arsenal LFC, FCR Duisburg, and Turbine Potsdam. The two German clubs are the only ones in the current competition to win all of their games and collecting the maximum number of 18 points so far.
Five Year Club Ranking
1 Olympique Lyonnais (France), 66 pts
2 Umea IK (Sweden), 64 pts
3 Arsenal LFC (England), 61 pts
4 FCR Duisburg (Germany), 57 pts
5 Turbine Potsdam (Germany), 51 pts
2010/11 Club Ranking
1 FCR Duisburg (Germany), 18 pts
1 Turbine Potsdam (Germany), 18 pts
3 Olympique Lyonnais (France), 17 pts
4 Linkoping FC (Sweden), 15 pts
5 Arsenal LFC (England), 14 pts
In the club ranking, Germany extended its lead on top. With Linkoping dropping, Sweden is taking a cautious look at Olympique Lyonnais since France is about to endanger its second place. Also, England is about to change spots with Russia if Arsenal plays a good semifinal.