Ghana has dropped to 50th from the 45th position in the latest FIFA Rankings released for the month of July on Thursday.
Ghana now drops from eighth position to ninth in the African rankings.
Egypt remained the Africa No.1 country though they dropped 4 places to 24th on the table, followed by Senegal, DR Congo, Tunisia, Cameroon, Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Algeria.
Germany leads the FIFA rankings again after the 2014 World Cup winner added the Confederations Cup title on Sunday. Victory by a second-string squad lifted Germany up two places, and Brazil and Argentina fell to Nos. 2 and 3, respectively.
Portugal rises four to No. 4 after its third-place finish in Russia. Switzerland climbs to No. 5 by beating the Faeroe Islands to extend its perfect record in World Cup qualifying.
Poland rises to No. 6, above Confederations Cup runner-up Chile. Colombia, France and Belgium complete the top 10 though all fell three places.
Mexico, fourth-placed at the Confederations Cup, leads CONCACAF teams at No. 16. The United States falls 12 to No. 35 and Iran leads Asia at No. 23.
The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on August 10, 2017.