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FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings: August 1996
August 28th, 1996 12AM
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The following are FIFA's world rankings as of August 28, 1996.

RankCountryJuly Ranking
1Brazil1
2Germany2
3France3
4Czech Republic4
5Italy5
6Netherlands6
7Spain8
8Russia9
9Sweden7
10Denmark10
11Colombia12
12Portugal11
13England13
14Mexico14
15Zambia16
16South Africa18
17Bulgaria19
18Romania23
19Ghana20
20USA17
21Chile29
22Tunisia21
23Croatia22
24Argentina15
25Norway24
26Japan25
27Egypt27
28Ivory Coast28
29Turkey31
30Greece35
31Switzerland26
32Ecuador32
33Trinidad & Tobago34
34Morocco33
35Bolibia36
36Scotland30
37Ireland40
38Slovakia37
39Jamaica45
40Saudi Arabia41
41South Korea53
42Austria42
43Algeria44
--Belgium43
45Cameroon39
46Paraguay63
--Gabon46
48Honduras49
49Nigeria47
50Thailand61



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