USA remain top of the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Rankings, but France have climbed into the top 5 in the December edition released today.

The latest rankings reflects results of the recent FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying matches as well as many International friendly matches. 

There is no change in the top 4 but Brazil risk dropping out as France close the gap to just 10 points behind them.

Norway climbed up two places to 8th, this is their highest position since 2010. The biggest move by ranks is Israel (55th, up 6) and the biggest drop by ranks is Greece (65th, down 7).


Latest FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s Ranking (13 Dec 13)

Ranking Team Points +/- Pos
1 USA 2228 0
2 Germany 2156 0
3 Japan 2071 0
4 Brazil 2031 0
5 France 2027 1
6 Sweden 2021 -1
7 Canada 1978 0
8 Norway 1973 2
9 Australia 1957 -1
10 Korea DPR 1956 -2
11 England 1942 0
12 Italy 1892 0
13 Denmark 1872 -1
14 Netherlands 1868 0
15 Spain 1849 2
16 New Zealand 1834 3
17 Korea Republic 1829 0
18 China PR 1826 -2
19 Iceland 1822 -4
20 Scotland 1820 0

 

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

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3 Comments
  1. Ken Suzuki 6 years ago

    Thank you, Gromit.

    Well, maybe, FIFA provides more than one way to appreciate teams. World Cup is one. Ranking is another. I guess the latter is less dependent on chance?

  2. gromit 6 years ago

    France was eliminated by Denmark… France wins one place and Denmark loses one… FIFA’s calculations are extremely complex and don’t take all games in considerations…. But, once more, what’s the use of this ranking ? The only truth is World Cup to know who is the best team in the world… of the moment. USA has been #1 for 6 or 7 years, but they haven’t won a WC since 1999, that means 16 years when the next in Canada starts…

  3. Ken Suzuki 6 years ago

    A bit puzzled. Sweden was knocked out at SF in Euro while France at QF. Still they exchange positions?

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