FIFA World Rankings and Their Leaders The FIFA World Ranking is a ranking structure for men’s national teams in association football, currently topped by Germany. The teams of FIFA’s member nations, football’s global governing body, are ranked as per their game results with the most victorious teams being ranked highest. The system was launched in December 1992, and eight teams, including Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain, have controlled the top spot, of which Brazil have spent longest ranked at # 1. When the system started, Germany d?buted as the # 1 team following their long period of supremacy in which they had reached the three prior FIFA World Cup finals, ruling one of them. Brazil led in the run up to the 1994 FIFA World Cup after eight victories and one loss out of nine qualification matches, while scoring along the way twenty goals and yielding but four. Italy then ruled for a short time on the back of their own equally successful World Cup qualifying campaign, after which Germany recovered the number one spot.
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Brazil’s victory in their extended qualifying campaign brought them back to the lead for a quick period. Germany was on top again during the 1994 World Cup, until Brazil’s win in that competition provided them a significant lead that would stay for at least seven years, until they were overpowered by a tough French team that grabbed not just the 1998 FIFA World Cup but also the 2000 European Football Championship.
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Brazil’s success at the 2002 FIFA World Cup put it back to the top position, where they stayed until February 2007, when Italy came back to the top for the first time since 1993 after their 2006 FIFA World Cup triumph in Germany. Only a month later, Argentina replaced them, achieving the top position for the first time, but Italy reclaimed its spot in April. Following their Copa Am?rica 2007 win in July, Brazil got back to the top, but was beaten by Italy in September and Argentina in October. In July 2008, Spain became number one for the first time, following its UEFA Euro victory in 2008. Brazil rallied for a sixth stint on top in July 2009 after it won the 2009 Confederations Cup, and Spain got the title back in November 2009 after it won all of its 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification matches. Brazil saw the top again in April 2010. Following its 2010 World Cup success, Spain went back to number one and held on to it until August 2011, when The Netherlands snatched the top spot for the very first time, only to hand it over it the next month. Germany snatched the lead back in July 2014 after its 2014 FIFA World Cup conquest. In July 2015, Argentina again soared to the top for the first time since 2008, after it reached the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final, as well as the 2015 Copa America Final. In November 2015, after ruling their Euro 2016 qualifying group, Belgium became the FIFA ranking leader for the first time until Argentina returned to the top in April 2016. Brazil drove back to the No.