One month after the release of the FIFA ranking, FIFA announced a new ranking on Thursday, October 26, 2023, which maintained Ghana’s position at 60th in the world.

The Ghana Blacks had a tough time in their recent international friendly matches in America, suffering defeats against Mexico and the United States. As a result, Chris Hughton’s team lost 5.26 points, keeping their 60th position, the same as the previous three months, and they are currently 11th in Africa.

The past month witnessed 165 international matches, including FIFA World Cup 2026 qualifiers, continental competition qualifiers, and Concacaf Nations League matches. These events had a significant impact on the October FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, which was unveiled today.

In the world ranking, the top three positions remain unchanged, with Argentina at the top, followed by France in second place, but with an 8.18-point gap. However, the gap widens significantly to +40.91 points between France and Brazil, which is in third place. Brazil recently had mixed results, allowing England to get closer to the fourth position. Belgium maintains its fifth place, while Portugal gains two positions, moving closer to the top 5. Spain also climbs two spots, challenging the Netherlands, which is in seventh place. Italy holds the ninth position, followed by Croatia in the tenth position despite a four-place drop.

In Africa, Morocco 13th globally, remain leaders, followed by Senegal at 20th, Tunisia at 32nd, Algeria at 33rd, and Egypt at 35th. The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on November 30.
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