Carli Lloyd still lead all women’s teams in the FIFA rankings. (Andy Mead/YCJ Photo)

The United States will finish atop the FIFA Women’s World Rankings for 2017.

The world champions will finish with 2,114 points, 52 more than second-place Germany (2,052) as the Americans will cap its third successive year in first place.

England (2,033) was third, followed by Australia (2,019) and Canada (2,027). The Matildas, sparked by Sky Blue FC striker Sam Kerr, cracked the top five for the first time.

Rounding out the top 10 were France (2,030), the Netherlands (1,979), which captured the UEFA crown, Brazil (1,955), Japan (1,964) and Sweden (1,934).

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