Liberia climbed one spot above its previous world ranking and one above its previous Africa ranking, according to the latest FIFA Coca-Cola world ranking.
FIFA’s latest ranking for November showed that Liberia climbed to 134th position in the world and to 37th position in Africa.
Last month, Lone Star was ranked as 135th in the world and 38th in Africa. Liberia was ranked one spot above Sudan and one spot below Swaziland.
Back in August, Liberia moved up to 133rd in the world ranking – 17 places above its previous rank (150th) in July, and maintained the position in both August and September, but later dropped in the October rankings after being kicked out of the World Cup qualifiers and the African Nations Cup. Despite winning 1-0 away in Mauritania, Lone Star dropped from the competition on away goals after losing 2-1 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.