With the commencement of August, world football's offseason is coming to a close, shifting the focus from international competitions to the clubs.
It has been a busy summer for many of the world's most prestigious national teams.
Brazil's triumph over Spain in the Confederations Cup final made one wonder if there could be a shift in power come next year's World Cup.
The USA's Gold Cup victory was grand, but the story of that tournament was the complete collapse of Mexico, who twice lost to Panama and failed to reach the final for the first time since 2005.
While those two tournaments were the main attractions, many friendlies were sprinkled in as teams geared up for the final stretch of World Cup qualifying.
So where does every national team currently stand? And what can we expect to see from them with the World Cup less than a year away?
Here are the latest Wagner World Rankings for every international team.