Uganda Retains 86th Position In FIFA Ranking

generic geneva; font-size: small;”>Uganda has 395 points, find a position above Gabon (386 points). Uganda still remains the best rated nation in tthis geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>he entire CECAFA region.

Ivory Coast is the top ranked country on the African Continent, maintaining their 21st position with 830 points.

Uganda’s opponents in the second round of the AFCON 2015 Qualifiers, Madagascar is ranked 189th.

Uganda’s other likely opponent in the next round of qualifiers, Mauritania from north-west Africa is ranked 139th, up by 13 places -thanks to two wins in CAF Africa Cup of Nations qualifying.

Equatorial Guinea who play Mauritania are ranked 113th with 261 points.


Ghana is 38th with 713 points, Guinea ranks at 51st position (580 points) while Togo is 3 places below Uganda in 89th with 374 points.

Spain, German and Portugal are 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Spain has now held the top spot since September 2011.

There was little activity before the final round of friendlies ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, and the May edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking reflects the results of just 13 new matches.

No fewer than 143 teams have retained their April ranking. There has been some notable movement in the top ten, however, with Brazil climbing two places to fourth to lead the pack of four South American teams ahead of Colombia (5th, down 1), Uruguay (6th, down 1) and Argentina (7th, down 1).

Selected rankings:

1st – Spain (1460 points)
2nd- Germany (1340 points)
3rd –Portugal (1245 points)
4th – Brazil (1210 points)
21st – Ivory Coast (830 Points)

38th – Ghana (713 points)

51st – Guinea (580 Points)
86th – Uganda (395 points)

89th – Togo (374 Points)
189th- Madagascar (32 points)
207th- San Marino, Bhutan, Turks and Caicos Islands (0 points)

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