(VOV) -Vietnam has climbed one place to 137th in the International Federation of Football Association's (FIFA) rankings for December, despite losing to Malaysia in the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup’s semi-final round.
(VOV) -Vietnamese men’s team came to a shattering climax on the monthly FIFA rankings for July, sliding six places to 129th in the world.
(VOV) - The Vietnam national men’s football team slid down to 123rd spot in the latest FIFA rankings published on June 5.
(VOV) -According to the latest FIFA rankings for May 2014, Vietnam has retained its No.1 position in Southeast Asia and 116th in the world.
(VOV) -Vietnam climbed 9 notches in the latest FIFA rankings for April and retained its number one position in Southeast Asia, according to the Vietnam Football Federation on April 11.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s female footballers maintained their 28th position in the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA)’s latest ratings.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s national football squad is placed 158th in the latest FIFA rankings, seven notches lower than in the previous month.
(VOV) -The national men’s football squad’s 139 points have dropped it 11 places to 156th in the International Federation of Football Association’s (FIFA) August rankings.
The Vietnam women's national football team retained their 30th position in the latest FIFA rankings for the first quarter of the year.
(VOV) -Vietnam has claimed first position in the South East Asian region despite its unconvincing performance at the 2012 ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup.
(VOV) -Vietnam’s men’s football team has advanced six positions to 140th in the latest FIFA rankings.
The Vietnamese team is still placed second in the Southeast Asia region on 146 points, 61 points less than Thailand, according to the latest FIFA rankings.
The Vietnamese football team has lost 89 points and is now placed 146th in the world, according to the latest FIFA rankings for August.
Vietnam’s national football team stands at number 97 in the May rankings, announced the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA).
Vietnam has risen by one place to 97th in the FIFA rankings, despite playing no matches in March.
With a total of 347 points in February, the Vietnamese football team has jumped two places to 98th in the FIFA rankings.
In the FIFA rankings for men’s teams in November, announced on November 23, Vietnam’s position remained unchanged at 134th.
Vietnam’s national football team has jumped from 144th to 129th in the August rankings, announced the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA).
Despite thrashing Macau 13-1 in the first qualifying round of the 2014 World Cup, the Vietnamese team only earned four points in FIFA rankings in July to drop to 144th, four positions lower than the previous month.
Vietnam continues to stand at 134th in the world, according to the May rankings recently revealed by FIFA.