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Super Falcons Maintain 36th Position in Latest FIFA Ranking

Nigeria’s Super Falcons have retained their 36th position in the latest FIFA women’s ranking.

Under the leadership of coach Randy Waldrum, the team continues to hold the top spot in Africa.

In the continental rankings, the Banyana Banyana of South Africa are in second place, holding the 51st position globally. The Atlas Lionesses of Morocco are the third highest-ranked team in Africa, positioned at 56th in the world.

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Globally, Spain’s La Roja, the reigning world champions, have solidified their place as the number one team. France’s Les Bleues have moved up to the second spot, causing England to drop to third. Germany has also made a significant leap, overtaking the United States to claim the fourth position.

The next update to the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking is scheduled for August 16, 2024.