USMNT Climbs to 11th in FIFA Men’s World Rankings, England Drops to Fourth Position

The United States men’s national soccer team (USMNT) has made a significant climb in the latest FIFA World Rankings, moving up to 11th place following their victories over Jamaica and Mexico during the CONCACAF Nations League in March. This marks a two-place improvement for Gregg Berhalter’s squad, just behind Croatia who are ranked 10th.

Meanwhile, England has experienced a drop in the rankings, falling to fourth place after losing to Brazil during the March international break and drawing with Belgium. Despite this setback, Germany remains in 16th place as they prepare to host the European Championship this summer.

Argentina, the reigning World Cup champions, remain at the top of the rankings with only one loss in their last 12 games. France follows closely behind in second place, while Belgium has moved up to third after being unbeaten in their last 13 games.

Indonesia has seen an impressive climb of eight places to 134th on the FIFA Men’s World Rankings Top 15, which also includes Argentina, France, Belgium, England, Brazil, Portugal, Netherlands, Spain, Italy

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