South American champions Brazil are the new leaders of the men's ranking
The results of the Copa América Fútbol Playa and the AFC Beach Soccer Asian Cup produced changes in the Beach Soccer Worldwide ranking.
After having won the South American showdown, Brazil took the first place from Portugal.Runner-ups Argentina have climbed six positions to now sit 13th while third-placed Colombia moved up 10 places and are now in the top 20.
Asian Cup champions Iran returned to the top 10 while finalists Japan have reached the fourth position of the ranking. Thailand, who made it into the quarter-finals, had the highest climb of the ranking climbing 45 positions to reach a place in the top 50.