South Korea Men’s Soccer Ranked 28th in FIFA Rankings for Second Month in a Row

Klinsmann calls the plays

(Busan = Yonhap) Kim Dohun Kim = South Korea’s national soccer team trial match against Peru at the Asiad Stadium in Busan on Saturday. National team head coach Jürgen Klinsmann directs the game. 2023.6.16

SEOUL, June 16 (Yonhap) – South Korea’s men’s soccer team has maintained its 28th place in the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) world rankings.

The South Koreans were ranked 28th in the FIFA Men’s World Rankings released Tuesday, unchanged from last month.

South Korea was ranked 27th in April, dropped to 28th in June and remained unchanged in July.

Argentina, which won last year’s FIFA World Cup in Qatar, remains at the top of the rankings, followed by France, Brazil, England, and Belgium.

Mexico, which won the North and Central American Gold Cup, which concluded on Sunday, rises from 14th to 12th. Gold Cup runner-up Panama moved up from 57th to 45th.

Among Asian Football Confederation (AFC) nations, Japan (20th), Iran (22nd), Australia (27th), South Korea, 토토사이트 and Saudi Arabia (54th). North Korea is 115th.

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