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FIFA: Poland Make Record Push to 5th Place in World Ranking

Poland have never been this high up in the FIFA World Rankings list / Twitter
FIFA: Poland Make Record Push to 5th Place in World Ranking

WARSAW, Poland. Aug 13 (PSN) – The Polish national team has recorded another step forward in The FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking system.

Adam Nawalka’s team now sees themselves holding down the prestigious fifth place.

The Poles have never been this high up in the world rankings list in history. Last July, they were in the sixth position which already was a monumental jump from past years achievements. Now, in August, Poland have overtook European champions Portugal’s spot in the world list of top teams.

Ahead Poland not far off point wise are two other national teams – Switzerland and Argentina, who like the bialo-czerwoni hold 13xx points.

Meanwhile, Brazil have over taken the current world champions, Germany, for first place on the list.

Latest FIFA Ranking (as of August 13):

1. Brazil 1604
2. Germany 1549
3. Argentina 1399
4. Switzerland 1329
5. Poland 1319
6. Portugal 1267
7. Chile 1250
8. Colombia 1208
9. Belgium 1194
10. France 1157
….
11. Spain 1114
12. Italy 1059
13. England 1051
36. Netherlands 734

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