Thursday, February 9, 2023

USA remains leader in FIFA women’s rankings; spain seventh

USA maintains top FIFA women’s rankingsWhich offers hardly any change in its top ten places, with Spain falling a step down to seventh place ahead of the Netherlands and Brazil.

FIFA publishes women’s “rankings” this FridayIn which Germany is now second behind Sweden, third behind England and France, who are fourth and fifth respectively, followed by Canada in sixth place.

The classification takes into account the results of 48 games played since last October.In which the United States has lost three of its last four games, one against Germany (1–2) and the other against Spain (2–0) at El Sadar in Pamplona.

This year’s World Cup hosts Australia are ranked 12th (1911.31) and New Zealand, the other hosts of the event, are ranked 24th (1738.93). Colombia (1703.37) and Argentina (1659.4) They remain in the top 30 at No. 27 and 29 respectively.

The most significant improvements include Portugal (22, +1) and the Republic of Ireland (23, +1)., Apart from Turkey (64, +3), who make the best progress in terms of points (+10.23), and Estonia (91, +5), who end the year in the positions they have held so far was not captured.

= Classification

.1. United States 2078.50 points

.Two. Germany 2073.73

.3. Sweden 2057.90

.4. England 2052.90

.5. France 2025.85

.6. Canada 2003.97

.7. Spain 2000.31

.8. Netherlands 1996.79

.9. Brazil 1983.32

10. Korea 1940,00.

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