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Super Falcons maintain 36th spot in latest FIFA ranking

Super Falcons maintain 36th spot in latest FIFA ranking

Nigeria’s women’s national team, the Super Falcons, continue their reign as Africa’s top team, holding steady at 36th in the global FIFA rankings.

South Africa remains in second place for Africa at 51st in the world. Morocco holds onto the third spot on the continent despite dropping a position in the global rankings, now sitting at 59th worldwide.

Zambia makes a jump in the rankings, climbing one spot to 64th globally and overtaking Ghana. Ghana falls one position in both continental and world rankings, placing fifth in Africa and 65th overall.

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Spain remains number one in the FIFA Women’s World Rankings but faces fresh challenges. France surges to second place, knocking England down to third. This is the highest ranking ever for France (Les Bleues). Germany also climbs a spot to fourth, pushing the United States down to fifth. The US continues to struggle with a downward trend.

Sweden and Japan hold steady at sixth and seventh respectively. Canada, Brazil, and North Korea (Korea DPR) all move up one position each, taking eighth, ninth, and tenth. This pushes the Netherlands out of the top ten for the first time in seven years. They now sit in eleventh place.

The Super Falcons’ group-stage opponents at the 2024 Paris Olympics maintained good positions in the latest rankings. Spain remained at the top spot globally, Japan retained their 7th place position, and Brazil climbed one spot from 10th to 9th in the latest rankings

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