USMNT Climbs to 11th in FIFA Men’s World Rankings, England Drops to Fourth Position

The USMNT has made a significant climb in the latest FIFA men’s world rankings, reaching 11th place after their victories against Jamaica and Mexico during the CONCACAF Nations League in March. This marks a two-place improvement for Gregg Berhalter’s side, just behind Croatia who hold the top 10 spot. Meanwhile, England has dropped to fourth place in the rankings after failing to secure a victory in their last three games, drawing with Belgium and losing to Brazil.

Germany, who will host the European Championship this summer, remain in 16th place in the rankings. Argentina, the reigning World Cup champions, are still ranked as the world’s number one side, having lost only one of their last 12 games. France remains in second place, while Belgium has moved up to third after being unbeaten in their last 13 games.

Indonesia has seen the biggest climb in the rankings, moving up eight places to 134th, while Vietnam suffered the biggest drop, going down ten places to 115th. The FIFA Men’s World Rankings Top 15 include Argentina, France, Belgium, England, Brazil, Portugal, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Croatia

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