Today, Thursday, the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) announced its new team classification in the world, the first in the new 2023 since the last classification was published by FIFA last December.
Argentina topped the world rankings, followed by France, while previous leaders Brazil dropped to third.
Belgium finished fourth, England fifth, followed by the Netherlands in sixth, then Croatia, followed by Italy, then Portugal and Spain in tenth.
The Russian team retained 37th place.
Arab teams in the FIFA rankings:
The Morocco national team is the leader among the Arab teams in the FIFA ranking for the current month of April, as it occupies the 11th place in the overall standings.
Tunisia is in 28th place, while Algeria is up 6 spots to 34th, followed by Egypt, which is up 4 spots to 35th.
While the Saudi Arabia national team is in 54th place, it is followed by Qatar (61), Iraq (67), UAE (72), Oman (73), Jordan (84), Bahrain (85), Syria (90) , Palestine (93). ) and Lebanon (99).