Brazil, who dethroned Belgium in the FIFA ranking in March, consolidated her position as number one in the world in June, according to the new ranking published this Thursday, while the world champion France he fell off the podium and dropped to fourth place.
Five months before the World Cup in Qatar (November 21-December 18), the Seleçao (1,837.56 pts) widens the gap with the Red Devils (1,821.92 pts), who had dominated the world hierarchy between October 2018 and March 2022. Spain, after its good UEFA Nations League, rises to 6th place.
Lionel Messi’s Argentina, holder of the Copa América and winner in June of the ‘Finalissima’ against Italy, European champion (3-0), is installed on the third step of the podium with 1770, 65 points.
This progression of the Albiceleste is at the expense of the Blues, ousted from the top three after a very heterogeneous month of June.
Didier Deschamps’ team, exhausted after a long season, has not won any of its four Nations League games in the period and already has 1,764.85 points in this ranking wanted by the president of the French Federation Noël Le Graët.
The other big change in the top 10 is the fact that Mexico loses three places and falls to 12th place, which allows Denmark, executioner of the Blues (2-1) at the beginning of June and future opponent of France in Qatar , to be invited to 10th place, ahead of Germany (11th).