Real Madrid have been voted the best team in the world by Goal editors from our 38 editions across the globe.
Zinedine Zidane's men became the first side to successfully defend their Champions League title by routing Juventus 4-1 in Cardiff in May and were just as emphatic victors in our poll to decide the top 30 clubs on the planet, which was based upon squad strength and recent success.
PSG, of course, have yet to win the European Cup but they finished second in our vote, no doubt thanks to the recent acquisitions of Brazilian superstar Neymar and French sensation Kylian Mbappe.
RB Leipzig claimed 19th spot after their sensational second-placed finish in last season's Bundesliga but there are no non-European clubs in the top 20, with River Plate the highest-ranked South America side, in 22nd.
Juventus, who have made two Champions League finals in the past three seasons, came home third, just ahead of Barcelona, whom the Bianconeri eliminated at the quarter-final stage last season.
Bayern Munich ranked fifth, despite an uncertain start to their current Bundesliga campaign, while Atletico Madrid grabbed sixth place, just ahead of a Manchester United side that has strengthened its squad significantly since Jose Mourinho took charge last year.
English champions Chelsea only made eighth place but they still finished ahead of Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, in ninth, while Napoli are a surprise inclusion in the top 10.