Super Eagles Drop In Latest FIFA Ranking

Nigeria, Brazil Friendly Could Be Rescheduled Over Huge Setbacks

The Super Eagles of Nigeria dropped one spot in the latest FIFA Men’s ranking, while the Super Falcons climbed two places up in the latest Women ranking published by FIFA on Thursday.

In the latest ranking, Gernot Rohr’s men slipped to 34th in the World, but maintain the third spot in Africa.

Meanwhile, while they hold firm to top spot on the continent, the Super Falcons gained two places in the World ranking to climb to 36th.

Africa’s biggest climber in the latest ranking is Djibouti. The minnows stunned Eswatini in the World Cup qualifiers and gained in the ranking moving 9 spots to 186th.


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The next FIFA World Ranking will be published on 24 October 2019.

See FIFA MEN’S World Rankings for September below:

FIFA rankings for September (last rankings in parentheses):

  1. Belgium (1)
  2. France (3)
  3. Brazil (2)
  4. England (4)
  5. Portugal (6)
  6. Uruguay (5)
  7. Spain (9)
  8. Croatia (7)
  9. Colombia (8)
  10. Argentina (10)
  11. Switzerland (11)
  12. Mexico (12)
  13. Netherlands (16)
  14. Denmark (13)
  15. Italy (16)
  16. Germany (15)
  17. Chile (14)
  18. Sweden (18)
  19. Peru (19)
  20. Senegal (20)

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