Belgium has maintained its spot at the top of FIFA rankings in the latest update.
The Red Devils are atop the standings, with Brazil and France second and third respectively.
After winning their first-ever Africa Cup of Nations, Senegal have ascended further on the list, and currently sit 18th, their highest position ever.
Cameroon, who finished third at the bi-annual tournament, are second on the continent and 38th on the world map, having moved up 12 spots.
Gambia, who had an amazing AFCON tournament are the biggest climbers, moving 25 spots to sit 125, followed by Equatorial Guinea who displaced 15 teams to sit in the top 100.
AFCON runners-up Egypt also climbed 11 spots, with Malawi managing 10.
CAF has consolidated its third place in terms of confederation ranking having seen eight of its teams move into the top 50.