Bermuda Biggest Mover In FIFA World Rankings

March 12, 2015

Bermuda, along with Barbados, was the biggest climber of the month in the FIFA Football World Rankings, with both Bermuda and Barbados rising by 11 places by virtue of a win and a draw each, with Bermuda now ranked 169th.

The ranking move follows after two international friendly matches against Grenada — who is ranked 158th — earlier this month, with the first match ending in a 2-2 draw, while the second saw Bermuda come away with a 2-0 victory.

There are 209 nations included in the rankings, and Bermuda moved up to 169th from our previous ranking of 180th in February 2015. Germany tops the rankings, with Argentina in second, and Colombia in third.

Screenshot from the FIFA website showing Bermuda’s rankings

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Bermuda is now set to take on the Bahamas — who is ranked 194th — in two matches later this month, with the first match to take place on March 25 in the Bahamas, while the second one will be played here in Bermuda on March 29.

The games against the Bahamas are part of the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 1st leg qualifying, and our team will include Nahki Wells, Reggie Lambe, Freddy Hall, Dale Eve, Jarreau Hayward, Tyrell Burgess, Jaylen Harvey, Dante Leverock, Jaylon Bather, Keshien Bean, Drewondae Bascome, Cecoy Robinson, Mauriq Hill, Tre Ming, Marco Warren, Zeiko Lewis, Jahnai Raynor, Justin Donawa, Rai Simons and Jonte Smith; while our standby players include Antwan Russell, Donte Brangman, Lejaun Simmons, Taurean Manders, Casey Castle, Stefan Dill, Terrance Webb and William White.

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  1. Longtaill says:

    Well done you bies. Top 100 coming soon

  2. JR says:

    gotta have more games to get up in fifa rankings.