FIFA world ranking of men's national soccer teams 2019

FIFA world ranking of men's national soccer teams as of April 4, 2019

FIFA world ranking of men's national soccer teams 2019 This statistic presents the world ranking of men's national soccer teams worldwide. In April 2019, the Belgian national team was ranked in first place with 1,737 points. More statistics and facts on soccer
Global soccer rankings – additional information

Brazil and Germany are among the all-time top ranking national teams that have participated in the World Cup between 1930 and 2018, with a total of 228 and 218 points, respectively. Since 1908, Germany’s national soccer team, governed by the German Football Association, has represented the nation in international soccer competitions. Based on World Football Elo Ratings, Germany obtained the highest rating ever for a World Cup Champion during the 2014 FIFA World Cup, starting the tournament with 2,046 points and ending it with 2,196. Elo Ratings account for team strength in starting a tournament, dominance during the tournament, quality of competition, and any aid from playing at home.

Germany has won the World Cup four times (1954, 1974, 1990, 2014) and the European Championships three times (1972, 1980, 1996). In the FIFA World Cup in 2014, Germany had one of the best goal differentials for a World Cup champion with 18 goals scored and only four allowed, a plus-14 difference. During this World Cup, there was an average of 2.7 goals scored per game.

Among national women’s soccer teams, the United States ranked first as of 2019. The United States women’s national soccer team has won four Olympic gold medals and nine Algarve Cups. The team is governed by United States Soccer Federation.
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FIFA world ranking of men's national soccer teams as of April 4, 2019

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Ranking points
Belgium1,737
France1,734
Brazil1,676
England1,647
Croatia1,621
Uruguay1,613
Portugal1,607
Switzerland1,604
Spain1,601
Denmark1,586
Argentina1,580
Colombia1,573
Germany1,570
Sweden1,567
Chile1,559
Netherlands1,554
Italy1,550
Mexico1,549
Wales1,539
Poland1,535
Peru1,516
Iran1,516
Senegal1,515
USA1,506
Romania1,496
Japan1,494
Ukraine1,493
Tunisia1,491
Serbia1,484
Venezuela1,484
Republic of Ireland1,484
Slovakia1,482
Northern Ireland1,481
Austria1,479
Bosnia and Herzegovina1,478
Paraguay1,467
Korea Republic1,462
Costa Rica1,458
Turkey1,457
Iceland1,450
Australia1,441
Nigeria1,435
Greece1,433
Scotland1,430
Morocco1,429
Congo DR1,425
Russia1,425
Czech Republic1,424
Ghana1,423
Norway1,420
Ranking points
Belgium1,737
France1,734
Brazil1,676
England1,647
Croatia1,621
Uruguay1,613
Portugal1,607
Switzerland1,604
Spain1,601
Denmark1,586
Argentina1,580
Colombia1,573
Germany1,570
Sweden1,567
Chile1,559
Netherlands1,554
Italy1,550
Mexico1,549
Wales1,539
Poland1,535
Peru1,516
Iran1,516
Senegal1,515
USA1,506
Romania1,496
Japan1,494
Ukraine1,493
Tunisia1,491
Serbia1,484
Venezuela1,484
Republic of Ireland1,484
Slovakia1,482
Northern Ireland1,481
Austria1,479
Bosnia and Herzegovina1,478
Paraguay1,467
Korea Republic1,462
Costa Rica1,458
Turkey1,457
Iceland1,450
Australia1,441
Nigeria1,435
Greece1,433
Scotland1,430
Morocco1,429
Congo DR1,425
Russia1,425
Czech Republic1,424
Ghana1,423
Norway1,420
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This statistic presents the world ranking of men's national soccer teams worldwide. In April 2019, the Belgian national team was ranked in first place with 1,737 points. More statistics and facts on soccer
Global soccer rankings – additional information

Brazil and Germany are among the all-time top ranking national teams that have participated in the World Cup between 1930 and 2018, with a total of 228 and 218 points, respectively. Since 1908, Germany’s national soccer team, governed by the German Football Association, has represented the nation in international soccer competitions. Based on World Football Elo Ratings, Germany obtained the highest rating ever for a World Cup Champion during the 2014 FIFA World Cup, starting the tournament with 2,046 points and ending it with 2,196. Elo Ratings account for team strength in starting a tournament, dominance during the tournament, quality of competition, and any aid from playing at home.

Germany has won the World Cup four times (1954, 1974, 1990, 2014) and the European Championships three times (1972, 1980, 1996). In the FIFA World Cup in 2014, Germany had one of the best goal differentials for a World Cup champion with 18 goals scored and only four allowed, a plus-14 difference. During this World Cup, there was an average of 2.7 goals scored per game.

Among national women’s soccer teams, the United States ranked first as of 2019. The United States women’s national soccer team has won four Olympic gold medals and nine Algarve Cups. The team is governed by United States Soccer Federation.
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