The New Zealand men's football team are the biggest movers in the latest FIFA world rankings, climbing 54 places to 93rd.
It is the highest ranking for the team under coach Anthony Hudson in his two years in charge.
The All Whites rose up the rankings thanks to their Oceania Nations Cup victory in Papua New Guinea in June.
The next highest ranked Oceania side is New Caledonia, who the All Whites beat 1-0 in the semi-final of the OFC Nations Cup.
They are now 161st.
The top five teams in the world are all unchanged with Argentina leading from Belgium, Colombia, Germany and Chile.
Argentina remain in top spot despite a loss to Chile in the Copa America final.
And France, despite also losing in the final of the Euros, moved up 10 places to be ranked seventh, while their conquerors Portugal advanced two places to be sixth.
Fernando Santos' Portugal won their first-ever major trophy at Euro 2016 on Sunday and gained two places to sixth.
Italy also moved back into the top 10 while Uruguay dropped from ninth to 11th and Austria suffered a collapse as they fell to 21st from 10th.
Mexico leads the North, Central American and Caribbean countries in 14th while Algeria are the best African side in 32nd.