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FIFA World Rankings: Top 100 Men’s National Football Teams

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FIFA has released its latest world rankings of men’s national football or soccer teams across the world.

Belgium still keeps its position at the top with Brazil still occupying the second spot.

England moved to the third position which is the highest rank since they joined FIFA.

England was in 13th place when Gareth Southgate took charge in 2016.

The top two positions stay unchanged with Belgium the highest-ranked team in the world and Brazil placing second, ahead of England.

World champions France have dropped from third to fourth following mixed results in Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying this month.

Senegal leads the rankings when it comes to CAF (Africa), Iran leads AFC (Asia), Mexico leads CONCACAF (North America). Brazil leads CONMEBOL (South America), New Zealand leads OFC and Belgium leads UEFA (Europe).

FIFA World Rankings: Top 100 Men’s National Football Teams

Belgium
Brazil
England
France
Italy
Argentina
Portugal
Spain
Mexico
Denmark
Netherlands
Uruguay
USA
Germany
Switzerland
Colombia
Croatia
Sweden
Wales
Senegal
Peru
IR Iran
Chile
Poland
Tunisia
Japan
Ukraine
Serbia
Austria
Algeria
Czech Republic
Australia
Morocco
Nigeria
Paraguay
Korea Republic
Russia
Slovakia
Norway
Hungary
Turkey
Romania
Qatar
Costa Rica
Scotland
Greece
Northern Ireland
Egypt
Venezuela
Republic of Ireland
Canada
Ecuador
Ghana
Cote Divoire
Finland
Saudi Arabia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Cameroon
Jamaica
Iceland
Mali
Burkina Faso
Honduras
Slovenia
El Salvador
Albania
Congo DR
Panana
United Arab Emirates
Bulgaria
Montenegro
Iraq
South Africa
North Macedonia
China PR
Guinea
Cabo Verde
Oman
Caracao
Isreal
Syria
Benin
Bolivia
Uzbekistan
Zambia
Uganda
Haiti
Gabon
Armenia
Belarus
Bahrain
Congo
Jordan
Luxembourg
Vietnam
Georgia
Lebanon
Kyrgyzstan
Palestine
Madagascar

 

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