Women’s team reached seventh position in FIFA rankings and passed through Australia

Women's team reached seventh position in FIFA rankings and passed through Australia

Brazil upgraded a status in the update this Friday (16) – the first of 2021 – in category International Football Federation (FIFA) women’s teams. Brazil captured seventh place with 1,970 points, overtaking Australia (which fell to ninth place) and tie-breaking with Canada (which remains in eighth place).

The update calculated the results of the Pia Sundage technique coaches at the Shia Bills, a friendly tournament held in Orlando (United States) and which served as preparations for the Tokyo Olympics (Japan). Brazil were held back by the USA (0 to 2), but defeated Argentina (4 to 1) and Canada (2 to 0). The victory over the Canadians, who finished runners-up in the competition, was decisive for the Canary Islands team to outrank their rivals.

Do not get up category The situation changed in Brazil for the Tokyo Games group draw on the 21st. The national team moved to Pot Two, along with Sweden and Great Britain. Canada, Australia and China took Pot Three, while Pot Four has New Zealand, Chile and Zambia. The United States, the Netherlands and Japan (host countries) are in a seed pot. Since teams from the same continent cannot integrate the same keys, Brazilian teams may not face Chilean women in the first phase.

From August 2019 – after the World Cup in France, when Pia took over the national team – here, Brazil rose four places category Of fifa. The best place in history was the second place, reached in March 2009. The current situation is the best since March 2015, when Brazilians occupied sixth place on the list.

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A two-time champion and owner of four world titles, North American heads today categoryAfter this, Germany. The novelty in this Friday’s update is the third-placed Netherlands appearance, overtaking France. Sweden, England, Brazil, Canada, Australia and North Korea are in the top-10. Japan is 11th in hosting the Olympics.

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