The rankings were the first to be issued since France beat Croatia 4-2 in the World Cup final on July 15 and also the first since Federation Internationale de Football Association replaced its much-criticised previous formula.
The previous update to the standings had been back in early June.
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In the rankings, France are number one in the world due to their World Cup triumph, Belgium are ranked second and Croatia made a huge leap from 16th in the world to fourth.
Gareth Southgate's men have moved up six places from 12th following their unexpected run to the semi-finals, where they lost to Croatia before missing out on a bronze medal in the third-place play-off against Belgium.
At the global scene, Uruguay moved to 5th place sending Argentina to 11th place in the world, while Croatia have moved up to 4th place from 20th.
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Defending champion Germany's surprise elimination from the group stage dropped it from first to 15th.
The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 20 September 2018.
Australia's winless tournament saw the side drop seven places - among the worst falls from the teams who flopped in Russian Federation - to No.43 in the world. Host nation Russian Federation were the biggest climbers in the rankings, up 21 places to 49th after making it to the quarter finals. Italy - who failed to qualify for the World Cup - dropped out of the top 20, down from 19th to 21st.
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Wales have fallen one to 19th, while Northern Ireland climb two places to 27th.