Belgium’s Red Fiends will complete the year at the highest point of the world football positioning, FIFA reported on Thursday, making it the Group of the Year for the third year straight.
Belgium, with 1,780 focuses, is trailed by France (1,755) and Brazil (1,743), with Britain and Portugal finishing the best 5.
Every year, the team that finishes in first place is named Team of the Year. This is the third year in a row and the fourth time in all that Belgium clinches this title.
With its fourth year in first place, Belgium outperforms Germany, Argentina and France. They trail behind Spain, whose team has finished the year in first place a total of six times, and Brazil, whose squad was named Team of the Year 12 times.
The Red Devils have occupied the first place on the FIFA ranking since 20 September 2018, which is the fourth longest time for any country at the top, after Germany (1,148 days), Spain (1,959 days) and Brazil (4,699 days).
Belgium won’t play additional matches this year yet will return in Spring for World Cup qualifiers against Grains (24 Walk), the Czech Republic (27 Walk) and Belarus (30 Walk).