The points gained in their last two qualifying matches for the 2022 FIFA World Cup helping them remain in position.
India football team have 1187 points and have not lost or gained any in the FIFA rankings since the last update which took place in July.
No significant change in the FIFA ranking was noticed as international matches have been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic which has claimed more than 4 lakh lives across the world.
Retaining its year-end No. 1 spot, Belgium extended its lead over World Cup champion France going into a four-month break for the top national teams.
In April, India had jumped to 101. Before that, the Blue Tigers had dropped six spots to 103 in the February edition after ending last year on 97.
Indian women's football team has 1422 points to its kitty as compared to 1392 in the previous ranking list released on March 29.
India also dropped out of the top 16 in the AFC rankings, plummeting to 18th.
Brazil are No. 3 and World Cup runner-up Croatia is No. 4 in a mostly unchanged monthly ranking.
India, who are preparing for the upcoming AFC Asian Cup 2019, will take part in the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship in September.
The 2018 World Cup winner France top the FIFA rankings for the first time in 16 years.
Among Asian countries, the Indian team is now at the 13th spot, above the likes of Qatar, Oman, Jordan, Bahrain and North Korea.
The 'Blue Tigers' are now at the 105th spot in the latest FIFA rankings, courtesy their 4-1 win over Macau in the AFC Asian Cup 2019 qualifiers last week.
India had achieved one of their best rankings in recent history when the men in blue climbed the ladder to reach the 96th position two months earlier.
India are placed 13th position in Asia, sandwiched between Iran and Hong Kong.
Zurich: India on Thursday dropped 15 places to be 156th in the latest FIFA rankings while Copa America runners-up Argentina moved up two spots to top the list, ahead of Germany and Belgium, while Spain
New Delhi: The Indian football team reaped a rich harvest of a win and a draw against Nepal last month in the 2018 World Cup Qualifiers Round One as it made a huge jump of
Zurich: Belgium rose to its highest-ever spot at No. 3 in the latest FIFA monthly rankings, which are still led by World Cup winner Germany.Argentina is second and Belgium traded places with No. 4 Colombia.Brazil,