The July 6 rankings released by FIFA have seen Uganda drop 3 places to 74th with a total of now 476 points.
Uganda was at 71 last month but drop in rankings despite an away 1-0 victory over Cape Verde in the 2019 AFCON qualifiers.
Uganda remains the best in East Africa with neighbours Kenya dropping ten slots to 84, Tanzania at 114, Burundi improving by 27 places to 121 and Rwanda moved up one place to 127.
Egypt is the best ranked nation in Africa at 24, Senegal follows closely at 27, DR Congo 28, Tunisia at 34 while African champions Cameroon at 36th completing the Africa’s top five countries.
Confederations Cup winners Germany regain their top spot with Brazil, Argentina, Portugal and Switzerland completing the top 5 in the world respectively.
Andorra was the most improved country after moving up by 57 slots to 129th with Namibia the worst after dropping 62 places to 156th.
The next Release of the FIFA rankings will be on 10 August 2017.