Spain stays atop new FIFA World Ranking

The March FIFA World Rankings have been released, with the only movement in the top ten ranked nations being Columbia rising above Portugal to take sixth place.  Spain, Germany and Argentina are still the top three nations with 1610, 1473 and 1309 points, but England and Italy are close behind them in fourth and fifth place.  The top movers were Afghanistan who moved up 48 places from 189th to 141st, and India who moved up 24 places from 167th to 143rd.  The worst movers were Sudan, who fell 23 places to 127th, and Chad fell 22 places to 162nd.  The worst teams have stayed the same, with San Marino, Bhutan and the Turks and Caicos Islands all on zero points, but San Marino have a (slim) chance to move up places in their match against England on March 22.  Here are the rankings at


New FIFA World Rankings Revealed

FIFA have released the FIFA World Rankings, with Spain staying in first, Germany staying in second, and Argentina staying in fourth.   England have moved up to fourth, with their win over Brazil helping, and the best mover was Mauritania, who went from 206th to 186th.  Here are the rankings at