Which Team are you supporting in the World Cup? Here is the FIFA Ranking

By Juma Fred / June 12, 2018




The much awaited World Cup is here with us. We are now just counting hours to the kickoff of the global event.

Stats show that millions of people will be glued on the TV screens to watch this year’s World Cup that is happening in Russia.

This is the only season that people of other countries become loyal to teams from other countries and refer to them as ‘our teams’.

Kenyans, as usual, football diehards and with the World Cup less than 48 hours away, a lot is expected to go down together with people siding with different teams.

Which team will you be supporting during the FIFA World Cup?

According to the rankings by FIFA, Germany is in the first position followed by Brazil and Belgium. Portugal, Argentina, and Switzerland are in positions are in fourth, fifth and sixth positions respectively.

Here are the top 10 teams according to the ranking by FIFA:

  1. Germany
  2. Brazil
  3. Belgium
  4. Portugal
  5. Argentina
  6. Switzerland
  7. France
  8. Poland
  9. Chile
  10. Spain

If you were undecided about which team to support, there you have 10 teams to choose from but the list is still on. England is at position 12, Mexico at 15, Netherlands at position 17, Italy at 19 and USA at 25. Australia and Turkey are at position 36 and 38 respectively.

For those looking forward to supporting an African team, Nigeria is at position 48. This is amazing given that many Africans are banking on Nigeria as the only African team that will at least move further. But, will it reach the semis?

Japan is at position 61, Saudi Arabia at position 67, Russia, who is the host are at position 70, China at 75 and India at 97.

Which team are you supporting? Is it Germany, Brazil or Belgium?

Don’t forget that DStv and GOtv are airing all the 64 matches live and all you need to do is to purchase a decoder or upgrade.

 



About Juma Fred

Juma Fredrick is an enthusiastic journalist who believes that journalism has power to change the world either negatively or positively depending on how one uses it.You can reach him on: (020) 528 0222 or Email: [email protected]

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