RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday, October 22nd, the International Football Federation (FIFA) released another edition of its ranking of the world's national soccer teams. The ranking has not undergone major changes, particularly in the top ten positions, where Belgium remains in the lead, current world champion France remains in second, and the Brazilian team in third.
The ranking was released following the recent rounds of World Cup and League of Nations qualifiers (competition between European teams).
Among the top 10 in the ranking, there were few changes, with Spain taking sixth place in place of Portugal (seventh), and . . .