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FIFA Africa rankings

Monthly Africa football rankings released Wednesday by world governing body FIFA (Africa ranking, world ranking)

AFP, Wednesday 9 Mar 2011
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01. Ghana 16
02. Ivory Coast 25
03. Egypt 35
04. Nigeria 39
05. Burkina Faso 40
06. Cameroon 42
07. Guinea 44
08. Tunisia 45
09. South Africa 46
10. Algeria 55
11. Gabon 60
12. Morocco 66
13. Botswana 67
14. Senegal 69
15. Libya 71
16. Cape Verde Islands 73
17. Benin 80
18. Mali 85
19. Uganda 86
20. Malawi 88
21. Mozambique 93
22. Zambia 97
23. Togo 102
24. Angola 104
25. Niger 104
26. Sudan 106
27. Gambia 107
28. Central African Republic 112
29. Congo 120
30. Tanzania 121
31. Sierra Leone 122
32. Democratic Republic of Congo 123
33. Ethiopia 124
34. Zimbabwe 127
35. Kenya 128
36. Rwanda 133
37. Guinea Bissau 136
38. Namibia 140
39. Chad 142
40. Burundi 144
41. Equatorial Guinea 148
42. Madagascar 156
43. Swaziland 159
44. Liberia 160
45. Lesotho 168
46. Mauritania 174
47. Eritrea 178
48. Somalia 186
49. Comoros Islands 187
50. Mauritius 191
51. Djibouti 192
52. Seychelles 195

Note: African Football Confederation members not rated were Sao Tome e Principe (insufficient matches), Reunion and Zanzibar (not FIFA members)

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