SOLOMON Islands has hit its lowest ranking ever since 1993.
In the latest FIFA Ranking released on March 12, Solomon Islands moved a spot down from 183 to 184 on the world FIFA ranking.
This has been dubbed as so far the worst ranking Solomon Islands has ever reached.
The ranking made a positive move at the beginning of the year jumping from 182 to 180 but could not continue the upward push seeing it fell back to 183 last month.
Solomon Islands has been out of international action since their March 2013 match against New Zealand’s All Whites, a 2-0 loss which closed out their 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Stage 3 Qualifiers campaign.
In the past decade for the Solomon Islands has been a roller-coaster of stunning highs and confronting lows.
The best ranking was made on 2007 hitting the 123 spot
Despite the drop in ranks Solomon Islands remained on fourth spot in the Oceania ranking with the top three spot holders, New Zealand, New Caledonia and Tahiti maintaining their positions despite New Zealand and Tahiti also experiencing a spot drop in their ranks.
New Caledonia and all other seven countries all remained unchanged.
By CARLOS ARUAFU