Canada’s Men’s National Team slipped two spots in the latest FIFA rankings to 113th.
Having been inactive in the past two months, Canada’s Men’s National Team slipped two spots in the latest FIFA rankings to 113th, now sitting at 12 in CONCACAF.
The current ranking is a drop of two places from January’s rankings.
Canada’s Men’s National Team was in camp in January 2014 but did not compete in an official international friendly.
A full listing of the FIFA World Ranking is available at FIFA.com.
The FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking looks at each country’s international results from the last four years. The ranking takes into account the result, the importance of the match, the strength of the opponent, the regional strength, the time period, and the number of matches per year. Matches played more than a year ago are valued 50% of matches played in the last year; matches played more than two years ago are valued at 30% while matches played more than three years ago are valued at 20%.
The next rankings will be released on 13 March.
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