The Moroccan national football team has moved up one place in the latest monthly ranking issued by the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA). They have risen from the fourteenth position to the thirteenth place with a total of 1958.32 points.
With this ranking, Morocco maintains its top position in African football, ahead of Senegal by a margin of 61 points. They are followed by Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Nigeria, Cameroon, Mali, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Ghana, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Africa, Cape Verde, Guinea, Zambia, Gabon, and Uganda.
On the global scale, the Argentine national team retains its top spot with 1851.41 points, followed by France with 1840.76 points and Brazil with 1837.61 points. England, Belgium, Croatia, the Netherlands, Portugal, Italy, Spain, the United States, and Mexico complete the top rankings.
While Morocco has climbed to thirteenth place in the overall rankings, the Swedish national team remains in fourteenth place with 1654 points, followed by Germany, Colombia, Uruguay, Denmark, Japan, and Senegal.