ST GEORGE’S, April 7, 2016 – Grenada’s Men’s and Women’s national senior football teams moved up the latest FIFA World Rankings released on Thursday.
The Spice Boyz moved up four places to 157th in the world but 25th in CONCACAF. The three games played in March were partly responsible for the slight improvement in the rankings including their drawn game against Trinidad and Tobago.
But there was good news for Antigua and Barbuda and St Kitts and Nevis. Antigua moved five places up to 85th in the global rankings and eighth in CONCACAF while St Kitts jumped 29th places to 92nd in the world and 11th among CONCACAF.
Mexico, the number one ranked team in CONCACAF is 16th in the world while Argentina regained the number spot in the world at the expense of Belgium.
On the women’s side, Grenada is ranked 128th in the world, up three places and 17th in CONCACAF.
The United States remain the number one ranked team in the world and hold that spot in CONCACAF ahead of Canada, Mexico and Costa Rica.