EEUU lidera ranking femenino de FIFA; Inglaterra sube a 4to

El equipo de fútbol femenino de EEUU extiende su reinado de cinco años en la cima del ranking de la FIFA y el nuevo campeón europeo, Inglaterra, sube al cuarto puesto

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El equipo de fútbol femenino de Estados Unidos extendió su reinado de cinco años en la cima del ranking de la FIFA el viernes y el nuevo campeón europeo, Inglaterra, subió al cuarto puesto.

Estados Unidos ganó su torneo regional por tercera vez consecutiva en julio y se encuentra sobre el segundo lugar Alemania, que subió tres peldaños a pesar de perder la final de la Eurocopa 2022 el domingo.

Suecia, medallista de plata de los Juegos Olímpicos de 2020, cayó un lugar al tercero, tras caer frente a Inglaterra en las semifinales de la Eurocopa 2022.

El quinto lugar Francia y el sexto, Holanda, cayeron dos puestos. El campeón olímpico Canadá es séptimo.

La nueva campeona africana, Sudáfrica, saltó cuatro lugares hasta el puesto 54 en la clasificación, que ahora incluye un récord de 185 de las 211 federaciones miembros de la FIFA.

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