African Fifa Rankings - August 2012

The August Fifa rankings for African squads see Cote d' Ivoire retain first position, while Egypt and Tunisia continue their slow climb up the top ten, slotting in at 6 and 7 respectively. Nigeria exits the top 10, entering 11th place as Zambia plummets three places from 6th to 9th.
Photo: La Presse

Tunisian players attempt to gain possession of the ball (file photo).

  • Nigeria/Sierra Leone:  Salone Surpasses Nigeria, Cameroon in Fifa Ranking

    Concord Times, 9 August 2012

    Sierra Leone has once again surpassed Nigeria, Cameroon and Senegal in the latest world football governing body, FIFA monthly ranking; climbing eight places upwards to 57th from ... read more »

  • Zambia:  Zambia Slump on Fifa Rankings

    The Times of Zambia, 9 August 2012

    ZAMBIA has dropped three rungs on the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World ranking released yesterday which has seen the Chipolopolo slumped to 44th on the globe from last month's 41st and ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  Amavubi Unmoved in Latest Fifa Ranking

    Rwanda Focus, 9 August 2012

    Amavubi remain a disappointing 125th in the latest FIFA/Coca World Ranking. read more »

  • Nigeria:  Nigeria Retains 58 Spot On Fifa Ranking

    Daily Trust, 9 August 2012

    For the second time in two successive months, Nigeria yesterday retained number 58 on the monthly FIFA ranking. However, unlike last month's edition in which the country was ranked ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  National Team Remains Static On Fifa Rankings

    The New Times, 9 August 2012

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  • Tanzania:  Stars Suffer Setback in Fifa Rankings

    Tanzania Daily News, 9 August 2012

    AFTER taking a huge leap in July's FIFA World rankings, Tanzania suffered a slight setback in the latest status, slipping down one position. read more »