LAHORE The current set-up of Pakistan Football Federation met another milestone when FIFA announced inclusion of Pakistan Women football team in the FIFA/Coca-Cola Womens World Ranking. Under dynamic leadership of PFF President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, we have worked hard for five years to build up womens football and the appreciation from FIFA means very much to us and will inspire us to do even better, said Robina Irfan Chairperson of PFF Women Wing that was transformed to Womens Committee during August 7 PFF Congress. The PFF has been highly active in boosting womens football since 2005. FIFA and AFC has assured all kind of support and inclusion of our national women team in FIFA/Coca-Cola Womens World Ranking is great achievement for us and one day we will be able to get title of AFC Association of the Year, an award given to country in recognition of its exceptional contribution to the development and promotion of the game, she added. The FIFA Womens World Rankings for football were introduced in March 2003, as a follow-on to the existing FIFA World Rankings for men. FIFA Womens World Rankings attempt to compare the strength of internationally active teams at any given time. Womens football is arguably the fastest growing sport in Asia and it is time women practitioners of the game received separate and suitable recognition - on par with the men. Gone are the days when the womens version was considered a pale and inferior shadow of the mens game in our continent, added Robina. Meanwhile, there has been little movement in the latest Womens World Ranking published on August 13 2010. The USA remains on top, followed by world and European champions Germany, and Brazil, neither of whom were in action in the past three months. The only change in the top ten is at number 10, with Denmark dislodging China, who now occupy their lowest-ever position in the ranking. This brings the total number of teams in the womens world ranking to 117. The footballing world has of course mainly been focused on the 19th Mens World Cup in South Africa over the past few months. Nevertheless, 75 womens A matches have also been played, the majority qualifying matches for next years main event, the Womens World Cup Germany 2011. Womens Rankings are not weighted to emphasize recent results, whereas the mens results are weighted on a sliding scale, thus emphasizing recent results. Womens Rankings are published four times a year as compared to monthly Mens Rankings. The next Womens World Ranking will be published on November 19, 2010.