Qatar Football AssociationNews
05.02.2016 19:09 in :

ZURICH: Qatar have jumped six spots to be ranked 78, according to
latest FIFA rankings released by the football governing body.

Coached by Daniel Carreno, Qatar have accumulated a tally of 444 points.

In Asia, Qatar are ranked 8 behind Iran (FIFA ranking 44), Korea
Republic (53), Saudi Arabia (55), Japan (58), the United Arab Emirates
(65), Australia (68) and Uzbekistan (71).

Jordan (82), Iraq (89), China PR (93), Korea DPR (95), Oman (97) and
Kyrgyzstan (105) are below Qatar in world and Asian rankings.

Meanwhile, Belgium has kept the No. 1 spot in the FIFA rankings among
an unchanged top 18 for February.

With no international matches played by the 20 best teams so far this
year, Belgium still leads second-place Argentina and third-place

World Cup champion Germany is No. 4, followed by Chile and Brazil in a
top 10 dominated by European and South American teams.

The three teams which made the biggest moves since the last rankings
all come from Asia: Palestine at No. 110 (up 21 spots), Saudi Arabia
at No. 55 (up 20 spots), and North Korea at No. 95 (up 18 spots).

Canada moved up three spots to No. 85 out of the 204 nations in the ranking.