Uganda rises four places in the latest FIFA World Rankings


Uganda have moved up four places in the latest FIFA World Men’s Rankings for the month of October.

The Cranes, who were ranked 86th in the world in  rankings released in September, rises to 82nd.

The rise in the rankings was largely due to the two wins against Rwanda in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers early this month.

Micho’s boys beat Rwanda 1-0 both home and away in their double-header.

Amongst the African countries, Uganda is now up to 16th from 18th and remain the best ranked in CECAFA region followed by Kenya(104)

Meanwhile, Belgium remain the number one ranked side despite losing two matches in the UEFA Nations League.

Brazil are second, with France moving ahead of England into third position. Italy also moved up one spot into fourth place, while The Three Lions round up the top five spots.

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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  1. Thanks karmadhin shero

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