FIFA says Belgium maintained first place in an unchanged top 10 of football’s world rankings.
This is contained in a statement issued on Thursday in Berlin by the football ruling body.
It said Belgium had 1,494 points to lead the way from Argentina (1,455), European champions Spain (1,370) and World Cup holders Germany (1,347).
FIFA said further that Chile, Brazil, Portugal, Colombia, England and Austria completed the top 10 of the rankings.
It said only 16 national team games were played around the world since the last rankings in December.
FIFA added that Uganda and Kyrgyzstan rose one place each for best ever 62nd and 107th rankings, respectively.
It said Thailand were the biggest movers, up 12 to 121st.