Uganda is now ranked 63rd in the latest FIFA Coca Cola World rankings released on Thursday 3rd December 2015.
The improvement is due to the double wiping of Togo on October 12th and 15th in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Uganda now on 550 points comfortably sits in the 63rd position worldwide and 13th on the continent, a seat that sends them to equal their 2010 position in the FIFA archives.
In the CECAFA region, Neighbours, Kenya, is in 98th with 345 points, Rwanda dropped to 101th (338 points), Burundi 112th (307), Ethiopia is 120th with 293 points, and Tanzania improved by three places to 132 with (264), Sudan fell by 6 places to 134 and South Sudan went down from 134th to 138th with 246 points.
For Togo who bowed out of the World Cup qualifiers have fallen eight places to 96th on the rankings.
Belgium maintains the number one slot with 1494 points, followed by Argentina (1455), Spain (1370), world champions, Germany (1347) and Chile (1273) in the top five positions.
Uganda AFCON 2017 Qualifiers opponents:
West Africans, Burkina Faso is 89th with 381 points, Botswana is ranked 95th (364 points) and Comoros is a distant 172nd with 120 points.