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Lions and Scorpions on the rise

The other confederations have the same number of representatives as in the December 2021 Ranking

Belgium keep top spot in FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking; Senegal and Gambia progress after Cup of Nations; change to Top 5. After winning their first CAF Africa Cup of Nations title last weekend, Senegal continued their ascent into the upper echelons of world football. In fact, the Lions of Teranga have…

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Top 20 holds, small gains for African minnows

With many club seasons nearing their climax, it was a quiet month on the international front – a fact reflected in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking. Seeing just seven games played, the top 20 places remained static following April, with a one-place drop for Slovakia (24th) accounting for the only…

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FIFA awards 2017-2018 media rights for sub-Saharan Africa

Following an open tender process for 42 territories* in sub-Saharan Africa, FIFA has granted media rights to five major broadcasting entities in the region. The tender was launched on 21 October 2016 and included the media rights to all 2017-2018 FIFA events**, including the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 and the 2018…