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When calculating matches between teams from different confederations, the mean value of the confederations to which the two competing teams belong is used. The strength of a confederation is calculated on the basis of the number of victories by that confederation at the last three FIFA World Cup™ competitions (see following page). Their values are as follows: CONMEBOL 1.00 UEFA 0.99 AFC/CAF/OFC/CONCACAF 0.85
Calculation of points for a single match P = M x I x T x C
FYR Macedonia began competing on the international stage in 1994 but have yet to finish in the top three in a qualifying group. Read more
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Friendly match (including small competitions): I = 1.0 FIFA World Cup™ qualifier or confederation-level qualifier: I = 2.5 Confederation-level final competition or FIFA Confederations Cup: I = 3.0 FIFA World Cup™ final competition: I = 4.0
Teams gain 3 points for a victory, 1 point for a draw and 0 points for a defeat. In a penalty shoot-out, the winning team gains 2 points and the losing team gains 1 point.
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At today’s press conference that was held a day before our national team travels to Slovakia, the national head coach, Ljubinko Drulovikj, and the national team players Tome Pachovski and Agim Ibraimi shared their impressions and expectations of thei
The Macedonian A National Team is playing Ukraine on 9 October at 20.45 h. at the Philip Second National Arena in Skopje. This is the last home game for the Macedonian team in the Euro Qualifiers for the championship in France in 2016.
The National Arena Philip II will host the October Qualifiers of the A National Team and the U21 National Team.
The strength of the opponents is based on the formula: 200 – the ranking position of the opponents.As an exception to this formula, the team at the top of the ranking is always assigned the value 200 and the teams ranked 150th and below are assigned a minimum value of 50. The ranking position is taken from the opponents’ ranking in the most recently published FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.
Each update of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking includes the international 'A' matches played in the previous four years (48 months). This section shows the matches that are not included in this month’s Ranking.