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UEFA uses two rankings each year, one to allocate the teams to the cups, another to seed the teams for the draws. UEFA Country Coefficiency Rankings (CCR): CCR is made using the results of each game at UCL and UEFA Cup. UIC game results have no effect on CCR. A win at Qualification Rounds is awarded 1 point, a tie is awarded 1/2. A win after the Qualification Rounds will get 2 and a tie will get 1. Reaching the quarter-finals, semi-finals, and the final in both competition and reaching the league round in the UCL will also get one points each. The points obtained in a year are added at the end of the year for each country. These total points are divided by the number of teams played that year for that country. The result is the yearly CCR ratio for a country. In order to normalize the standings, UEFA adds up the last five years' country CCR ratios alltogether to make a five-year CCR standing. Five-year CCR standing decides the entry allocations to the countries. CCR standing made for a season is not used the following season, but the next season in UCL and UEFA Cup entry allocations and second next season in UIC entry allocations. UEFA Team Rankings: UEFA makes another ranking for the teams. This rankings is used for seeding the teams in the UCL and UEFA Cup. The Qualification Rounds in these cups and the UIC has no effect on this ranking. A win will be awarded with 2 and a tie with 1 for each team. The points are added at the end of the year for each team. Reaching the quarter-finals, semi-finals, and the final in both competition and reaching the league round in the UCL will also get one points each. In order to normalize the standings, UEFA adds up the last five years' team totals alltogether to make a five-year team total. UEFA then adds half of the CCR ratios to each team total points. All teams are ranked according to these final total points. A team which has not played in the cups during the last five year gets the half of the CCR only.