Argentina tops latest FIFA world rankings, USMNT tied for 29th

The United States is tied with the Czech Republic at No. 29.
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Argentina has reclaimed the top spot in the latest FIFA World Rankings.

Belgium, who topped the table with the No. 1 ranking for the last five months, has dropped to No. 2. Chile and Colombia have taken the third and fourth positions on the rankings, respectively. Germany, the 2014 FIFA World Cup champions, round out the top five.

South America claims five of the top 10 spots.

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The U.S. men’s national team is tied with the Czech Republic at No. 29. The USMNT defeated Guatemala 4–0 on March 29 after dropping a 2–0 contest to Los Chapines. The USMNT is the third highest-ranked team in the CONCACAF behind Mexico and Costa Rica.

April FIFA World Ranking (Top 25)

1. Argentina

2. Belgium

3. Chile

4. Colombia

5. Germany

6. Spain

7. Brazil

8. Portugal

9. Uruguay

10. England

11. Austria

12. Ecuador

13. Turkey

14. Switzerland

15. Italy

16. Mexico

17. Netherlands

18. Hungary

19. Romania

20. Bosnia and Herzegovina

21. France

22. Ukraine

23. Croatia

24. Wales

25. Costa Rica


29. USA