World Cup National Teams Rank

FIFA is ranking the world national teams every few months and after any big tournament. The World Cup 2010 is South Africa is maybe the biggest and going to re write the ranking table for the national teams all around the world. It’s not that the World Cup 2010 winning team will be rank as #1 for sure, but the top three national teams will be rank higher than today.

FIFA rank

As for today, 3 months before the World Cup is taking place in South Africa, the first national team on the rank table is Spain. Since this is one of the teams to be on top of all World Cup betting agencies, World cup national teams rank can stay the same at spot number one.

Brazil and Portugal are at the top 10 in the FIFA rank table, Brazil is number two and Portugal is number six, the interesting thing is that these two national teams are playing together win the World Cup Group G. The early game between them in the groups’ stage is one of the most interesting games in the World Cup 2010. This is the most expensive game to buy tickets for, from all the World Cup 2010 tickets in the groups stage.

Germany, Netherlands, France, England and Argentina is also on the top 10 in the World cup national teams rank, before the kick off. These national teams are playing the early groups against other soccer national teams and not against each others. The idea of these teams to locate higher in the list after the World Cup games, is a real thing that can happen, lowering the rank for the other teams.

Interesting piece of information is the North Korean national team, group of great players which are going to show the world some good North Korean soccer in South Africa. This national team is ranked 102 on the World cup national teams rank, but one draw or win in group G, and the North Korean national team is going to upgrade its location on FIFA rank.

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