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Top 20 National Women’s teams in the world according to FIFA’s world rankings 2022

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The women’s FIFA World Ranking is a ranking system for women’s national teams, currently led by USA National Team. The soccer body for international football, FIFA released the women’s rankings for the first time in 2003. These rankings are released four times a year and are dependent on the recent performances. Check Top 20 National Women’s teams in the world in FIFA’s world rankings 2022.

A points system is used, with points being awarded based on the results of all FIFA-recognised full international matches. The ranking system has been revamped on several occasions.

The women’s game has seen a rise in its audiences over the past couple of years with the recent world cup in 2019 generating more than 14 million viewers across the world. This number was very high considering the unfavorable time difference of the games in different countries.

It is a complex formula to calculate FIFA’s rankings. The overall score is based on factors. These are the importance of the match, the strength of the opposition, and the confederation. The ranking is currently sponsored by Coca-Cola.

Check out the top 20 ranked teams in the women’s football teams in FIFA World rankings of 2022. Also, check Top 20 Ranked Men’s Football Teams in FIFA World Rankings 2022.

Top 20 National Womens teams in the world in FIFAs world rankings 2022

Top 20 National Women’s teams in the world in FIFA’s world rankings 2022

The United States women’s national soccer team is currently considered the best women’s soccer team in the world. The team, which played its first game in 1985 has been the most successful side. They have won a total of four FIFA Women’s World Cups, the last time in France in 2019, as well as four Olympic women’s gold medals.

The US team has success not only on the pitch but also off the pitch as well. They have generated revenues of more than $50 million which is higher than their male teams. The vast majority of this income was generated by deals with Nike, McDonald’s, and Coca-Cola.

RankTeamsPoints
1USA2,119
2Sweden2,080
3Germany2,070
4Netherlands2,021
5France2,039
6Canada2,007
7Brazil1,978
8England1,974
9Korea DPR1,940
10Spain1,936
11Australia1,935
12Norway1,931
13Japan1,915
14Denmark1,880
15Italy1,872
16Finland1,834
17Switzerland1,832
18South Korea1,817
19China1,814
20Belgium1,808