The IFFHS has published the last list of the strongest football leagues in the world.
Wednesday, July 25 2012
Football leagues.- The International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) has published the last classification of the world football leagues updated to include data until this month of July.
The IFFHS is an international football body founded in 1984 and which develops lists, records and statistics on leagues, national teams, players and coaches, among others.
This classification in question shows the ranking of the stronger leagues in the world placing the Spanish Liga in the first position with a total of 761 points while the Argentinan and Brazilian leagues occupy numbers 2 and 3 on the list with a total of 613 and 590 points respectively.
At the meantime, during the last three years the English Premier League has slowly fallen to position number 4 obtaining 470 points and being in strong competence with the Italian “calico” (469 points) and the German Bundesliga (445 points) to hold the second place in the ranking of European leagues.