USA still lead the way at the top of the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Rankings, Brazil drop to fifth as a result of recent defeats to Japan, USA and Canada.

 

This edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s Rankings, takes into account results of 62 international matches (majority of which were qualification matches). Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Venezuela, Guyana and Bolivia are no longer ranked as they have been inactive for 18 months. Senegal have re-entered the ranking and bring the total number of teams to 129.

 

The top 20 positions as of June 1st 2012:

 

1. USA  (2178 points)

2. Germany (2168 points)

3. Japan (2120 points)

4. Sweden (2066 points)

5. Brazil (2060 points)

6. France (2021 points)

7. Canada (1981 points)

8. Korea DPR (1970 points)

9. England (1966 points)

10. Australia (1956 points)

11. Italy (1947 points)

12. Denmark (1923 points)

13. Norway (1908 points)

14. Netherlands (1887 points)

15. Korea Republic (1843 points) 

16. Spain (1841 points)

17. Iceland (1835 points)

18. China PR (1828 points)

19. Finland (1803 points)

19. Russia (1803 points)

21. Scotland (1777 points)

 

Check out the full FIFA / Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking on the official FIFA website.

 

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2 Comments
  1. Mia Mon 7 years ago

    the new recruits are now in the Philippines! still incomplete though, a bunch more making their way across the ocean lol.

    here’s the team posing with the spoils of war from the last international tournament (and first international title, i believe?). afterwards they had a chat with the philippine football federation chief 🙂

  2. Sebastian Kanty 8 years ago

    I think on the contrary that much has changed in these five years…Japan, Norway and Australia for one..Norway has plummeted as a rock, while both Japan and Australia has risen quite well… I can’t quite understand your reasoning. Only the top two teams seems to be able defend and hold their respective places, but other than that, I think the rankings show how much has happened over these past five years.

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