Jamaica slip 3 places in FIFA Rankings, England move to 3rd
Jamaica’s Reggae Boys have for the third consecutive month seen themselves move backward in the FIFA Coca Cola World Rankings.
The Theodore Whitmore coached team after being ranked 51st in May, have dropped another 3 places to 66 in the latest publication of the monthly release.
The drop sees the Reggae Boys as the highest ranked Caribbean team and the 6th placed team in CONCACAF.
Gold Cup winners Mexico leads all CONCACAF nations at 18 followed by the United States 36, Costa Rica 62, El Salvador 64, and Honduras 65.
The rankings in the meantime continue to be led by reigning World and European champions Spain with Germany second and England third, their highest ever placing on the FIFA Rankings.
South American champions Uruguay and Portugal close out the top 5.
The top 10 is completed by beaten Euro 2012 finalists Italy, Argentina, Netherlands, Croatia and Denmark.
Five time world champions Brazil who last month fell out of the top 10 for the first time in 20 years, fell another two places to 13.
Ivory Coast is the only African nation in the top 20 at 16.