The second week of the BroJackson Euro 25 has seen quite a shakeup in the bottom half of the rankings as we throw in European results. The top three see no change, but Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund swap spots following Dortmund’s rough trip to Naples and an away draw in the Bundesliga. Arsenal and Napoli both surged up the rankings four spots as Arsenal went top of the Premier League and defeated French club Marseille away in the Champions League. The biggest mover was Steaua Bucharest, who came in at 13 last week, but dropped all the way to 21 this week after being pummeled by SchalkeManchester City moved up seven spots following its 3-0 away win in Plzen and its 4-1 dismantling of Manchester United, Sunday. Shakhtar Donetsk also moved up quite a bit, rising six spots to 19 after a 2-0 victory in Spain over Real Sociedad, Tuesday. FC Basel makes its debut in the top 25 after shocking Chelsea in a 2-1 comeback victory at Stamford Bridge earlier this week.  Liverpool dropped seven spots, not because of the magnitude of its home loss to Southampton, but because it was leapfrogged once we calculated European victories.

1. (1) Bayern Munich (Germany) *#

2. (2) Barcelona (Spain) *

3. (3) Juventus (Italy) *

4. (5) Real Madrid (Spain)

5. (4) Borussia Dortmund (Germany)

6. (6) Paris Saint-Germain (France) *

7. (11) Arsenal (England)

8. (12) Napoli (Italy)

9. (T8) Atletico Madrid (Spain)

10. (10) FC Porto (Portugal) *

11. (14) Fiorentina (Italy)

12. (T8) Chelsea (England)

13. (7) Manchester United (England) *

14. (15) Benfica (Portugal)

15. (16) Roma (Italy)

16. (18) Villareal (Spain)

17. (21) Bayer Leverkusen (Germany)

18. (23) Manchester City (England)

19. (T25) Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) *

20. (22) A.C. Milan (Italy)

21. (13) Steaua Bucharest (Romania) *

22. (NR) Tottenham (England)

23. (NR) FC Basel (Switzerland) *

24. (17) Liverpool (England)

25. (24) Olympiacos (Greece) *

*Indicates reigning Champion of domestic league

#Indicates reigning Champion of UEFA Champions League