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FIFA World Rankings: Poland Rises to Record 15th Place

15th place is the highest place that Poland has been able to achieve since the introduction of the FIFA World Ranking system in 1992 / Bartłomiej Zborowski / PAP
FIFA World Rankings: Poland Rises to Record 15th Place

WARSAW, Poland. October 20 (PSN) – The Polish national team has never in its history been ranked so high up as they are now in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.

Adam Nawalka’s team has been promoted to fifteenth place in the latest FIFA World Ranking update.

In the previous edition, the Poles were placed two places below. Now after winning their latest FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier with Armenia (2:1), the bialo-czerwoni earned enough points to move up in the FIFA World Ranking system.

The top ranked nation is Argentina with second place occupied by World Champions Germany.

So far, the highest place the Polish national team had achieved thus far in the rankings was sixteenth.

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking listing will be published in November.


FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking: (October update)

1. Argentina 1621 points
2. Germany 1465
3. Brazil 1410
4. Belgium 1382
5. Colombia 1361
6. Chile 1273
7. France 1271
8. Portugal 1231
9. Uruguay 1175
10. Spain 1168
11. Wales 1113
12. England 1090
13. Italy 1082
14. Switzerland 1071
15. Poland 1029
20. The Netherlands 901

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