Uganda drop two places in the latest FIFA World Rankings


The Uganda National Football Team, the Cranes have fallen to 86th in the FIFA World Rankings.

The updated rankings- which are used to decide seedings for qualification draws- we’re published on Thursday after the most recent window. Within, the Cranes played two World Cup qualifiers, drawing both of them goalless with Kenya and Mali.

Uganda has also dropped to 18th amongst African countries but remain the best ranked in CECAFA region followed by Kenya who have risen to 102, Sudan(127), Rwanda(128), Tanzania (132), Ethiopia(134), Burundia(141), South Sudan (165), Djibouti (185), Somalia (195) and Eritrea (204) as the least ranked country in the world.

Senegal remain Africa’s number one as they sit 20th in the world rankings.

In the top 10, all but three teams — Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico — are European.

Belgium continue to lead the way in first, followed by Brazil, England, France, Italy Argentina, Portugal, Spain, Mexico and Denmark in that order.

Libya are the biggest climbers, gaining 12 places to now sit 110th. This follows two wins in World Cup qualifying, over Angola and Gabon.

Kamardin Shero
Senior sports Editor at The Touchline Sports | Am down to earth person with a great heart of always wanting to assist where possible.

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