FIFA’s world rankings maintain Brazil’s fifth place

Argentina is sitting pretty at number one, with France (2nd), England (3rd), Belgium (4th), and Brazil (5th) right on their heels.

These rankings tell the story of triumphs, upsets, and the ever-changing landscape of international soccer.

FIFA has just updated its global soccer team rankings for the first time this year, and the results are in. The top 10 hasn’t changed since last year, which means the best teams are still holding strong. Why no changes at the top? Well, it’s because the big teams from Europe and South America, who hold the top spots, haven’t played yet this year.

Here’s a quick rundown of the top 10 and their points:

1. Argentina – 1855.20
2. France – 1845.44
3. England – 1800.05
4. Belgium – 1798.46
5. Brazil – 1784.09
6. Netherlands – 1745.48
7. Portugal – 1745.06
8. Spain – 1732.64
9. Italy – 1718.82
10. Croatia – 1717.57

Let’s get to the heart of it — the top 10. They’ve been steady since December 2023. It’s like a who’s who of soccer royalty. Argentina is sitting pretty at number one, with France (2nd), England (3rd), Belgium (4th), and Brazil (5th) right on their heels. Argentina’s success isn’t just luck; they’ve been dominating the South American World Cup qualifiers for 2026, proving they’re not to be messed with.Read More

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