There were no modifications in the first five places of the rankings, Argentina retaining the top spot despite losing the Copa America Centenario final against fifth placed Chile.
Belgium remained on second place even though they did not met the initial expectations, being eliminated in the quarter-finals of the Euro 2016.
Colombia remained in third position, reaching the semi-finals at the Copa America, where they lost against Argentina. On fourth place it's still World Champions Germany, who reached the semi-finals at the Euro 2016, where they were eliminated by the home side, France.
New European Champions Portugal, runners-up France, Spain, Brazil and Italy completing the top 10.
Looking at the top 50 countries Venezuela, Peru, Wales, Poland, Iceland and Croatia climbed the most places after impressing in the Copa America or Euro 2016. In the other hand Austria, Ukraine and Netherlands dropped the most places.
Venezuela moved up 31 places until the 46th place after reaching the quarter-finals at the Copa America, Peru with the same performances climbed 14 positions until the 34th place. Wales moved up 15 places and they now sit in 11th position, after a great Euro tournament reaching the semi-final.
Iceland was another surprise of the Euros reaching the quarter-finals, they have climbed 12 places until the 22nd position. Croatia started the competition as one of the favourites but they were eliminated by eventual winners Portugal but despite this fact they moved up to the 15th place, jumping 12 places.
Ukraine and Austria dropped 11 places both after exiting the competition early, both finishing last in their groups despite having high hopes. Netherlands is another team that dropped over 10 places. 12 more precisely, they are now 26th in the rankings, after failing to qualify to the European Championship.
The top 50:
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