The Kenya national team Harambee Stars has a massive drop by 12 places in the latest world rankings released on Thursday 7 April.
The national team has dropped from number 103 in the February rankings but after the March international activity, the team has dropped to position 115, having played two matches during the rankings period.
In the month of March, Harambee Stars lost twice to Guinea Bissau in the 2017 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers. Guinea Bissau, ranked below Harambee Stars at the time of the matches rose by 45 places to number 102.
Kenya is however static in the CECAFA region as the country is still placed third in the region behind Uganda who have dropped five places in the world rankings to land at number 72 and Rwanda who registered a drop by two places in the world rankings to land at number 87.
The other CECAFA countries, Burundi, Ethiopia, Sudan and Tanzania follow in that order being placed below Kenya at number 122, 123, 129 and 130 respectively.
Algeria remains the top ranked nation on the continent.