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FIFA: Poland now Ranked Sixth in the World

The Poland national team have placed a historic rank surpassing even some footballing powers / Twitter
FIFA: Poland now Ranked Sixth in the World

WARSAW, Poland. July 11 (PSN) – The Poland national team have even further ascended in the The FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking system, seeing them now in sixth place.

The bialo-czerwoni are now ranked higher over footballing powers such as Spain, France and Italy.

In comparison with previous rankings, Adam Nawalka’s team has advanced four places upward. In the last ranking layout, the Chileans, Spaniards, Colombans, French and Belgians were all ahead of Poland.

Sixth place is the highest the Poland national team have ever found themselves ranked by FIFA’s system.

The leaders of the current ranking are Germany and second place is taken by Brazil.

Just before Poland is the Switzerland national team, who lost out to the Poles on penalties in UEFA EURO 2016.

Latest FIFA Ranking (as of July 6):

1. Germany 1609 pts
2. Brazil 1603
3. Argentina 1413
4. Portugal 1332
5. Switzerland 1329
6. Poland 1319
7. Chile 1250
8. Colombia 1208
9. France 1199
10. Belgium 1194

12. Italy 1059
13. England 1051
32. Netherlands 782

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