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The Latest FIFA Women’s World Ranking out 20th June 2014

Rnk Team Pts +/- Pos
1  USA 2193 0
2  Germany 2168 0
3  Japan 2081 0
4  France 2046 0
5  Sweden 2028 0
6  Brazil 2008 0
7  Canada 1976 0
8  England 1966 0
9  Australia 1957 2 MOVED UP
10  Norway 1955 0
11  Korea DPR 1954 -2 MOVED DOWN
12  Italy 1891 0
13  China PR 1873 3 MOVED UP
14  Netherlands 1872 0
15  Denmark 1868 -2 MOVED DOWN
16  Spain 1854 -1 MOVED DOWN
17  Iceland 1834 -1 MOVED DOWN
18  Korea Republic 1828 0
19  Switzerland 1814 3 MOVED UP
20  New Zealand 1811 0
21  Scotland 1809 -2 MOVED DOWN
22  Russia 1799 -1 MOVED DOWN
23  Finland 1780 0
24  Ukraine 1763 0
25  Mexico 1761 0
26  Austria 1691 3 MOVED UP
27  Belgium 1685 -1 MOVED DOWN
28  Czech Republic 1665 -1 MOVED DOWN
29  Thailand 1661 1 MOVED UP
30  Poland 1645 3 MOVED UP

The latest edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking shows some movement in almost every confederation following qualifiers for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ and for continental championships.

The top three of USA, Germany and Japan are unchanged and there has been only one alteration in the top ten, with Australia rising to ninth at the expense of Korea DPR (11th, down 2). Close on their heels are China PR (13th, up 3), who have reached their best position since 2011, while Denmark (15th, down 2) are still in freefall, having sunk to their lowest position since the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking was introduced.

On the back of their qualification for the Women’s World Cup for the first time, Switzerland have entered the top 20 by climbing from 22nd to 19th, achieving their best-ever ranking in the process.

The results of 154 matches have been taken into account for the current edition of the women’s ranking. Along with Switzerland, Austria (26th, up 3), Côte d’Ivoire (61st, up 7), Bosnia and Herzegovina (71st, up 9) and St Kitts and Nevis (110th, newly ranked) have all climbed to their highest-ever positions.

In addition to St Kitts and Nevis, eight other teams have returned to the ranking after lengthy periods of inactivity: Cuba, Suriname, Puerto Rico, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Antigua and Barbuda, and Aruba. However, Trinidad and Tobago, Congo DR, Armenia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bhutan are no longer in the list, which brings the total number of ranked teams to 124.

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking will be published on 19 September 2014.

Source courtesy of: FIFA.COM

  1. WSU 8 years ago

    The Latest FIFA Women’s World Ranking (20th June 2014) points table has been updated above now.

  2. Gerhard Schrenk 8 years ago

    that is the ranking of March 28 2014 – still the last on the FIFA ranking page.
    Points for all teams are the same as before.
    I too have been confused until I checked the given date at the head of the list.
    it seems that we have to be pacient until the new ranking is processed on the website.

    • WSU 8 years ago

      Thanks Gerhard. I will keep an eye on FIFA to see when the points have been updated and will make the changes on WSU.
      I wonder if they have forgotten to update that section?

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