World Cup 2010 Teams: FIFA Ranking

The latest FIFA ranking of the 32 teams that qualified for World Cup 2010 in South Africa.There are no changes in the top five with Brazil on top followed by Spain, Portugal, Holland and Italy. South Africa moved from 90th to 83rd. The lowest-ranked of the 32 World Cup finalists are North Korea who climb one place to 105th.

FIFA ranking of the 32 World Cup teams:

1 Brazil (1,611 points)
2 Spain (1,565)
3 Portugal (1,249)
4 Holland (1,231)
5 Italy (1,184)
6 Germany (1,082)
7 Argentina (1,076)
8 England (1,068)
9 France (1,044)
13 Greece (964)
14 USA (957)
15 Serbia (947)
16 Uruguay (899)
17 Mexico (895)
18 Chile (888)
19 Cameroon (887)
20 Australia (886)
21 Nigeria (883);
24 Switzerland (866)
25 Slovenia (860)
27 Ivory Coast (856)
30 Algeria (821)
31 Paraguay (820)
32 Ghana (800)
34 Slovakia (777)
36 Denmark (767)
38 Honduras (734)
45 Japan (682)
47 South Korea (632)
78 New Zealand (410)
83 South Africa (392)
105 North Korea (285)

The full ranking can be found on the official FIFA website.

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