Netherlands Lowest Ever FIFA Ranking- Dutch fall to 33rd in World

2010 World Cup runners up and 2014 World Cup semifinalists Holland have dropped to their lowest ever position since the inception of the FIFA rankings after being placed at 33rd in the latest list released. That is a fall of eleven spots from the March rankings

The Dutch, who missed out on Euro 2016, are also in serious danger of missing out on the 2018 World Cup in Russia and sacked coach Danny Blind (father of United star Daley) after a poor run of results.

Top 40 FIFA ranked nations as per April 2017 list.

Brazil (+1) 1.661
Argentina (-1) 1.603
Germany (0) 1.464
Chile (0) 1.403
Colombia (+2) 1.348
France (0) 1.294
Belgium (-2) 1.281
Portugal (0) 1.259
Switzerland (+2) 1.212
Spain (0) 1.204
Poland (+1) 1.183
Italy (+3) 1.165
Wales (-1) 1.119
England (0) 1.103
Uruguay (-6) 1.097
Mexico (+1) 1.072
Peru (+1) 1.042
Croatia (-2) 1.016
Egypt (-1) 910
Costa Rica (-1) 902
Iceland (+2) 872
Turkey (+4) 863
Slovakia (+2) 846
USA (+6) 846
Ecuador (-3) 839
Ireland (-2) 823
Northern Ireland (+8) 823
Iran (+5) 820
Bosnia (0) 815
Senegal (-2) 805
Hungary (-4) 801
Netherlands (-11) 792
Cameroon (-1) 779
Sweden (+11) 768
Burkina Faso (+1) 765
Austria (-2) 762
Ukraine (-6) 761
Paraguay (+5) 738
Greece (+7) 730
Nigeria (+1) 726

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