The Romanian national football team is stationary in the FIFA table, being 56th, its poorest place in history. World title holder Spain continues to top the standings, followed by world runner-up Netherlands and by Germany, the team that won the Bronze metal at the World Cup in South Africa. Romania’s League I is 28th in the world’s strongest championships table in 2010, a table compiled by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS). Spain’s championship overcame England’s Premiere League at the top of the table. Italy’s Serie A is third. Romania’s Steaua Bucharest has dropped 20 places and is now 126th in the clubs’ table.