The new men’s football world rankings: Argentina No. 1, Brazil down to No. 2, France No. 3
After the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the Dutch media vi revealed the new men’s football world rankings. The FIFA rankings of the top 32 in the world have all undergone major or minor changes. Argentina, which won the World Cup, rose to the first place in the world ranking. Brazil fell to No. 2, France ranked No. 3, and the latest rankings of the Netherlands and Portugal were No. 4 and No. 5 respectively. Spain ranked 6th in the latest world ranking, Italy, England, Germany and Croatia ranked 7th-10th in the latest FIFA rankings respectively. Morocco, the dark horse of this World Cup, rose to 16th in the world ranking due to its eye-catching performance.
Before the latest world rankings revealed, Brazil was the No. 1 national team in the world, Belgium ranked No. 2, Argentina ranked No. 3, France, England and Spain ranked No. 4 to No. 7 respectively. The World Cup ranking is 22nd, and the world ranking in the latest list has risen by 6 places. Comparing this brand new World Cup latest men’s football world ranking list, the latest FIFA rankings of most teams are showing an upward trend.
The latest World Cup men’s football world rankings: (before the newest after the previous)
1. Argentina: No. 1 in the world (No. 3)
2. Brazil: No. 2 in the world (No. 1)
3. France: No. 3 in the world (No. 4)
4. Netherlands: Ranked No. 4 in the world (No. 8)
5. Portugal: Ranked 5th (9th) in the world
6. Spain: ranked 6th (7th) in the world
7. Italy: No. 7 in the world (not qualified for the 2022 World Cup)
8. England: No. 8 in the world (No. 5)
9. Germany: Ranked 9th (11th) in the world
10. Croatia: ranked 10th in the world (12th)
16. Morocco: Ranked 16th in the world (22nd)