Canadian men jump Greece, sit at No. 49 in the latest FIFA world rankings

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Canada has moved up one place to No. 49 in the latest FIFA men's rankings, jumping over Greece.

Apr 04, 2024 at 09:08 AM ETCanada has moved up one place to No. 49 in the latest FIFA men's rankings, jumping over Greece.

FIFA says there were 174 matches played in the recent international window. Canada played just one of those, defeating Trinidad and Tobago 2-0 on March 23 in Frisco, Texas, in a key Copa America playoff.Argentina continues to top the rankings ahead of France. Belgium climbed one spot to No. 3, dropping England to No. 4. Brazil remained fifth with Portugal moving up one place to No. 6 and the Netherlands down one spot to seventh.

The U.S. moved up two places to No. 11 after defeating Mexico 2-0 in the CONCACAF Nations League final. Colombia also rose two spots to No. 12, dropping Morocco one rung to No. 13. Mexico climbed one place to No. 14 while Uruguay dropped four places to No. 15.Ukraine , Poland , Czechia , Palestine and Kyrgyz Republic were all on the move among the top 100 teams.Libya and Afghanistan both moved up the table. But the most progress came from No.

 

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