Dutch go fifth, quartet reach personal bests
Wed Jun 7
The top four on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking remain unchanged, with Spain retaining a comfortable lead over Germany, Argentina and Croatia.
Meanwhile, in the top 20, Belgium (12th, up 3) and Bosnia-Herzegovina (15th, up 6) have reached their highest-ever position since the introduction of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking. Belgium’s leap is thanks to a 4-2 win away to USA (28th, up 1) at the end of May, while Bosnia-Herzegovina’s unbeaten run now stretches back over a year and comprises eight matches.
The upcoming FIFA Confederations Cup and the latest round of qualifiers for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ will ensure plenty of movement in the next edition of the FIFA Ranking. After almost two years of playing only friendlies, Brazil are finally playing competitive football again and will therefore have a chance of making progress.
The results of 30 friendlies up to 2 June have been taken into account for the current edition of the FIFA Ranking, with the results of the FIFA World Cup qualification matches on 4 June to be included in the next edition.
You can see current ranking at the bottom of our National Team section
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