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Latest FIFA Football Rankings July 2010

Spain has secured the first position in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking which has been published last week. Finalists Netherlands came second followed by Brazil, Germany and Argentina.

The Top 25 Rankings as of 14 July 2010 is as follows:

Rank Team Points Confederation +/−
1 Spain 1883 UEFA ▲
2 Netherlands 1659 UEFA ▲
3 Brazil 1536 CONMEBOL ▼
4 Germany 1464 UEFA ▲
5 Argentina 1289 CONMEBOL ▲
6 Uruguay 1152 CONMEBOL ▲
7 England 1125 UEFA ▲
8 Portugal 1062 UEFA ▼
9 Egypt 1053 CAF ▲
10 Chile 988 CONMEBOL ▲
11 Italy 982 UEFA ▼
12 Greece 975 UEFA ▲
13 United States 969 CONCACAF ▲
13 Serbia 969 UEFA ▲
15 Croatia 968 UEFA ▼
16 Paraguay 961 CONMEBOL ▲
17 Russia 956 UEFA ▼
18 Switzerland 940 UEFA ▲
19 Slovenia 917 UEFA ▲
20 Australia 911 AFC ▬
21 France 890 UEFA ▼
22 Norway 878 UEFA ▬
23 Ghana 874 CAF ▲
24 Mexico 872 CONCACAF ▼
25 Ukraine 870 UEFA ▼


Old rankings April 2010
Ranking Team Points
1 Brazil 1611
2 Spain 1565
3 Portugal 1249
4 Netherlands 1231
5 Italy 1184
6 Germany 1082
7 Argentina 1076
8 England 1068
9 France 1044
10 Croatia 1041
11 Russia 1015
12 Egypt 967
13 Greece 964
14 USA 957
15 Serbia 947
16 Uruguay 899
17 Mexico 895
18 Chile 888
19 Cameroon 887
20 Australia 886
21 Nigeria 883
22 Norway 882
23 Ukraine 875
24 Switzerland 866
25 Slovenia 860
26 Israel 857
27 Côte d'Ivoire 856
28 Romania 853
29 Turkey 830
30 Algeria 821
31 Paraguay 820
32 Ghana 800
33 Czech Republic 793
34 Slovakia 777
35 Colombia 776
36 Denmark 767
37 Sweden 761
38 Honduras 734
39 Bulgaria 711
40 Costa Rica 710
41 Republic of Ireland 709
42 Gabon 700
43 Scotland 699
44 Ecuador 694
45 Japan 682
46 Latvia 652
47 Korea Republic 632
48 Burkina Faso 611
49 Venezuela 608
49 Lithuania 608

The FIFA World rankings were introduced in 1992, and six teams (Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy and Spain) have held the top position, of which Brazil have spent longest ranked first.

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