The Vietnamese national team concluded the year in 98th place in the FIFA rankings, a total of 17 spots higher than regional rivals Thailand, according to the global rankings released by FIFA on December 23.
The Vietnamese national men’s football team has fallen out of the Top 15 in the Asian region following their recent defeats in the final round of Asian qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The World Football Federation (FIFA) has announced the rankings of national teams for September 2021.
The Vietnamese national men’s football team finished 92nd globally in the latest FIFA rankings for August, leaving local rivals Thailand far behind and staying atop Southeast Asia.
The national men’s football team of Vietnam is ranked 92nd in the latest FIFA rankings, with 1,258 points, unchanged from April.
The Vietnamese men’s national football team have remained in 94th position following the release of the world rankings for October by FIFA.
Vietnam has maintained their position as the Southeast Asian No 1 team in the latest FIFA rankings, the Vietnam Football Federation said on February 20.
Vietnam national squad wrapped up a successful 2019 as they firmly stand in 94th place in the latest FIFA world rankings as announced on December 19. This is their highest standing in the last two decades.
Vietnam will likely slide from its current place at 97th to 99th place in the FIFA Rankings after the scoreless tie with Thailand in its first World Cup 2022 qualifier on September 5.
The world’s football governing body FIFA has approved the expansion of the women's World Cup from the existing 24 teams to 32, starting from the 2023 tournament.
The Vietnamese women's football team have dethroned the Thai team to return to the No. 1 position in Southeast Asia, according to the latest rankings released by FIFA on July 12.
Vietnam has targeted booking a place in the 2026 World Cup, according to the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) deputy chairman Tran Quoc Tuan.
The Vietnamese men’s national football team have dropped on 3 place and are now ranked 97th in the world, according to the latest FIFA rankings released for June.