Socceroos rise again in latest FIFA World Rankings

The Socceroos have climbed three places to 32nd in the latest FIFA World Rankings released on Thursday, September 16.

After another two FIFA World Cup Qualifying victories over China and Vietnam, Graham Arnold's side continue to rise in the global standings. 

Improving upon last month's rise to 35th spot, the new position means Australia are now enjoying their highest ranking in over a decade, since they were placed 23rd in the world back in 2011. 

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Back-to-back wins to kick off round 3 of Asian Qualifying has seen the Socceroos climb the FIFA World Rankings again

Australia's highest ever position in the Men's rankings was in 2009, when the Socceroos were positioned 14th in the world under the late Pim Verbeek. 

The Socceroos continue their Road to Qatar 2022 next month, where they will look to continue their record-breaking streak of ten-straight qualifying victories in a single campaign, taking on Oman on October 7 and Japan on October 12. 

READ MORE: What's next for the Socceroos in FIFA World Cup Qualifying?

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