today 11:52 The Slovak national football team has fallen beyond the top 50 in the ranking of the International Football Federation (FIFA) after the June association deadline. Compared to the March edition, it lost six places to 51st place. Two losses with Kazakhstan in the C-division of the League of Nations (0: 1 at home and 1: 2 away) contributed to this, in addition, the Slovaks defeated Belarus and Azerbaijan 1: 0 at the same time. The highest in the ranking was Slovakia in 14th place in August 2015. At the top of the ranking is Brazil, which overtook Belgium in March and returned to the post of leader after four years. The Belgians had previously held the leading position continuously since September 2018. The change in the current ranking took place in the third position, which puts Argentina ahead of the reigning world champion France. The Spaniards jumped to the sixth place Italy and the Dutch moved two positions to 8th place. The Danes penetrated the elite ten, Mexico fell out of it (currently 13th). FIFA ranking as of June 23, 2022: 1. (1.) Brazil 1837.56 p. 2. (2.) Belgium 1821.92 3. (4.) Argentina 1770.65 4. (3.) France 1764.85 5. (5.) England 1737.46 6. (7.) Spain 1716.93 7. (6.) Italy 1713.86 8. (10.) Netherlands 1679.41 9. (8.) Portugal 1674.78 10. (11.) Denmark 1665.46 … 51. (45.) SLOVAKIA 1439.99
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