Kenya sinks further in latest Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings

Kenya sinks further in latest Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings

Kenya sinks further in latest Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings

The Super Eagles on Thursday moved from 52 to 47 in the latest world rankings released by Federation Internationale de Football Association on Thursday.

Nigeria's spot has been boosted by their friendly victory over Poland as they climb five places to 47th in the world.

In Africa, the Super Eagles are now in the sixth position.

World football governing body FIFA have announced their latest FIFA rankings, with lots of changes among the top 10 and an African side climbing into the top 15.

Germany and Brazil are unmoved in the World top two in that order.


Argentina fell one place in the latest ranking and are now fifth while Croatia fell three places from 15t h to 18th. Iceland are now 22nd dropping four spots from their 18th position in March.

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 17 May 2018.

Proposals for the new-look tournament suggest the opening phase will consist of 16 three-team groups, with the top two in each group moving forward to a 32-nation knock-out tournament.

Kyrgyz Republic (75th, up 40) stole the show on the world's most populous continent last month, qualifying for their inaugural Asian Cup after defeating Myanmar and leaping up the ranking as a result. Belgium climb to third while Portugal dropped to fourth.

Switzerland is sixth, France seventh, Spain eight, Chile ninth and Poland dropped to tenth after losing to Nigeria.

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