Following their most recent results, Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz have climbed two places on the FIFA world rankings to 56th.
This means Jamaica maintains its spot as the number one team in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU), ahead of other regional contenders such as Haiti (87th) and Curacao (90th).
While the Reggae Boyz are undoubtedly the CFU’s top-performing team, it’s worth noting that the Caribbean region as a whole has witnessed some interesting developments in the rankings.
Trinidad and Tobago, eight-time Caribbean Cup champions, have also made a notable ascent, moving up four places to 98th in the world.
This achievement marks their return to the top 100 after almost five years, positioning them as the fourth highest-rated team in the CFU.
Further changes within the CFU’s top 10 rankings include Guyana’s rise to the 10th position, climbing three places to 165th globally.
Unfortunately, Barbados has slipped out of the top 10 due to recent losses in the Nations League, falling six places to 172nd in the world.
On the global stage, the reigning world champions, Argentina, have continued to assert their dominance, further solidifying their position at the summit of the FIFA World Rankings.
The Argentines recently secured crucial victories in their 2026 World Cup qualifiers against Ecuador and Bolivia, underlining their credentials as the world’s top footballing nation.
Despite a friendly defeat to Germany, France maintains their stronghold on the second spot, followed by Brazil in third place, England in fourth, and Belgium rounding out the top five.
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