Lionel Messi's Argentina remain top of FIFA's world rankings, published on Thursday.
Wales manager Chris Coleman reflects on an incredible 2016 with the Dragons, a year that saw the team reach the semi-finals of the Euros.
Wales have ended 2016 one place above England in the FIFA world rankings, while Scotland finish below Uzbekistan in 67th.
England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have all been fined by FIFA for wearing poppies during World Cup qualifiers.
The Football Association of Wales has confirmed U21s manager Geraint Williams will not have his contract renewed.
The Royal British Legion has criticised FIFA's decision to open proceedings against the FAW and the IFA over the display of poppies.
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has been ruled out for up to three months with an ankle injury and will require surgery.
Wales and West Brom striker Hal Robson-Kanu has vowed to wear a poppy to the FIFA Puskas awards in January.
The FAW has been charged by FIFA over supporters wearing poppies in the crowd during their match against Serbia.
Gareth Bale could be facing a race against time to prove his fitness for El Clasico after suffering an ankle injury.
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale can become the best British footballing export, according to Wales manager Chris Coleman.
Hal Robson-Kanu’s strike for Wales against Belgium at Euro 2016 has been nominated for the FIFA Puskás Award.
Chris Coleman was on hand to compare his 3-4-3 formation with Wales to Antonio Conte's use at Chelsea on Monday Night Football.
Chris Coleman will join Ben and Kammy on the Goals on Sunday sofa to review the Premier League and international action.
Former Wales international Sam Ricketts has announced his retirement from the game due to a knee injury.
Wales manager Chris Coleman is wanted by two Chinese Super League clubs, according to Sky sources.
Wales captain Ashley Williams admits there is now no margin for error in the pursuit of World Cup qualification.
Gareth Bale insists Wales will keep fighting to secure World Cup qualification after a "disappointing" 1-1 draw with Serbia.
Serbia's Aleksandar Mitrovic headed an 85th minute equaliser to condemn Wales to their third straight draw in Group D.
Wales boss Chris Coleman refused to critisice his players and said they deserved more as they dropped points against Serbia.