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Who will be The Best? FIFA has today announced the final contenders for The Best FIFA Football Awards™. The winners will be crowned in Zurich on 9 January 2017.

FIFA 1904

FIFA 1904 is a monthly magazine which is published as both a print edition and as a free online publication. The 68-page magazine contains in-depth stories and interviews about football from around the world, with a special focus on FIFA's development projects and activities, competitions, events and member associations. The print version is provided for free to FIFA's confederations and member associations, while the online version is available to all football fans right here on FIFA.com.

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RankTeamPoints+/-Positions
1ARGArgentina16340
2BRABrazil15441
3GERGermany1433-1
4CHIChile14042
5BELBelgium1368-1
6COLColombia1345-1
LAST UPDATE: Thursday 24 November 2016
  • A long wait ends for Namibia

    The Brave Warriors of Namibia have managed to fight their way into the top 100 of the FIFA Coca-Cola World Rankings for the first time in 15 years.

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Mamelodi Sundowns will surprice many in the CWC! the world must watch for the best football ever seen!
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Classic Football

Players

Leonel Sanchez, the elegant left-footer who packed a punch

On 25 April 1936, one of the most important figures in South American football history, the Chilean Leonel Sanchez, was born. FIFA.com pays tribute to the tough, yet silky left-footer who starred for Universidad de Chile and his country. 

World Cup Matches

Sizzling Brazil stun the Azteca

The fitting culmination to what was, in the eyes of most observers, the quintessential FIFA World Cup ™ tournament. This match had all the ingredients of a great final - goals, end-to-end football and star players. In the end, Pele, Jairzinho and Carlos Alberto got the better of Facchetti, Rivera and Riva in a match which, for over an hour, was much closer than the final score-line suggests.

Videos

Interview with Alan Kennedy and Phil Neal

We hear from former Liverpool players Alan Kennedy and Phil Neal, who discussed their time at Anfield, winning the European Cup and much more.

World Cup Qualifiers

The kick that changed the game Down Under

On the occasion's tenth anniversary, FIFA.com hears from John Aloisi on the penalty that secured Australia's FIFA World Cup return after a 32-year wait.

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