The FIFA global rankings were updated on Thursday, and the top five remained the same after the international break, with world champions Argentina solidifying their hold on the top spot.
After defeating Ecuador and Bolivia in their 2026 World Cup qualifiers earlier this month, Argentina, who had dethroned Brazil at the summit in April, held the top spot.
Second position Following Brazil in third position, England in fourth, Belgium in fifth, and France in second place after losing to Germany in a friendly last week, the order was unchanged.
After a 1-1 loss with North Macedonia in a Euro 2024 qualifying match, Italy slid to ninth position, while Portugal was the only team in the top 10 to move up to eighth place.
The top 10 is completed by Croatia (sixth), the Netherlands (seventh), and Spain (10th), while Morocco (13th), Colombia (16th), Denmark (18th), and Japan (19th) also rose in rank.
The top ten countries ranked:
Argentina No. 1
No. 2- France
No. 3: Brazil
6. – Hungary
Netherlands (7 –