FIFA ranking for the month of September has been announced, making a return after been halted for six months.
The global ranking of national teams was last announced in March and brought to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic that brought all football activities to a standstill.
With international games in Europe already resumed and gradually returning in all parts of the World. The ranking has made a return for the first time in six months.
Ghana, who were last involved in a football game in November and were placed 46th when the ranking was last released in March retain their position, occurring 1439 points.
On Continental level, Ghana sit 6th, behind Senegal who are 1st in Africa and 20th on the globe, followed by Tunisia who are 2nd in Africa and 26th in the World, Nigeria are 3rd in Africa and 29th on the globe, African champions Algeria are 4th in Africa and 35th on the globe. Morocco sit 5th in Africa and 43rd on the globe.
Meanwhile, Belgium are topping the global FIFA ranking, while world champions France are occupying second position on the table. Brazil are 3rd, followed by England in 4th and Portugal in 5th.
According to reports, Ghana will be back in action next month for a friendly match against Algeria as they prepare for the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers against Sudan in November.
The next edition of the rankings will be released on October 22.
Check below top 80 in the World: