Antigua and Barbuda remains 126th in latest FIFA Men’s Ranking
For the second year straight the Antigua and Barbuda Benna bBoys have retained the 126th spot in the FIFA rankings released on November 26th.
The Benna Boys also retained their place in both CONCACAF and Caribbean Football Union (CFU) rankings. In CONCACAF, the island remains 12th and 5th in the CFU.
Mexico at 1st is the top ranked team CONCACAF followed by the U.S. 2nd and Jamaica 3rd.
In CFU rankings Jamaica placed 54th for the third year in a row making it the top ranked Caribbean team followed by Curacao, 80th and Trinidad and Tobago 92nd.
The Dutch territory of Curaçao was the biggest mover in the CONCACAF World Rankings table in the past month moving up five places to hold on tightly to second place in the CFU.
The biggest drop in CONCACAF on the World Rankings table was recorded by St. Kitts and Nevis. They fell three places to 140th, but they remained at number six in the CFU, whose standings were unchanged for November.
There was not much change at the top of the 211 country list. This was mostly credited to the delay of a number of international competitions and friendlies due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Belgium remains at the top of the rankings with World Cup champions France in 2nd place, Brazil 3rd, England 4th and European champions, Portugal round off the top 5.
San Marino bottomed out the list at 211th with the Bahamas one space ahead at 210th. Anguilla and the Turks and Caicos tied for 208th.