Rankings

In the UFWC’s all-time ranking system sides are awarded one ranking point for every title match victory. Teams are ranked numerically by matches won, then alphabetically. See the notes section below. Scotland top the ranking table, having won more UFWC matches than any other nation. England are second, with the two British nations some way ahead of their opposition largely due to their dominance of the early game.

This table is updated periodically.

UFWC Ranking Table to 10/03/2014

1 scotland SCOTLAND 86
2 england ENGLAND 73
3 argentina ARGENTINA 57
4 netherlands NETHERLANDS 49
5 russia RUSSIA 41
6 brazil BRAZIL 29
7 sweden SWEDEN 28
8 germany GERMANY 27
8 italy ITALY 27
10 france FRANCE 25

11 URUGUAY 18
12 HUNGARY 17
12 SPAIN 17
14 CZECH REP 15
15 AUSTRIA 12
15 WALES 12
17 CHILE 11
17 GREECE 11
17 JAPAN 11
20 NORTH KOREA 10
20 SWITZERLAND 10
22 COLOMBIA 8
22 ROMANIA 8
24 ANGOLA 7
24 PARAGUAY 7
24 PERU 7
24 ZIMBABWE 7
28 BULGARIA 6
29 BELGIUM 5
29 BOLIVIA 5
29 COSTA RICA 5
29 N IRELAND 5
29 SERBIA 5
34 NIGERIA 4
34 POLAND 4
36 DENMARK 3
36 REP IRELAND 3
38 ECUADOR 2
38 GEORGIA 2
38 PORTUGAL 2
38 USA 2
42 AUSTRALIA 1
42 ISRAEL 1
42 MEXICO 1
42 CURACAO 1
42 SOUTH KOREA 1
42 TURKEY 1
42 VENEZUELA 1

Notes: One point is awarded for a title match win, no points are awarded for a draw or loss. Teams are ranked numerically then alphabetically. Point totals have been combined for sides that have officially played under different names and are recognised as doing so by FIFA, these being Germany and West Germany, Czech Republic and Czechoslovakia, Northern Ireland and Ireland, Russia and USSR, Serbia and Yugoslavia, and Curacao and Dutch Antilles.