International football breaks can get boring, but data collection and analysis centre Transfermarkt put together a list of the 30 most valuable national teams in the world right now.
The FIFA world rankings were published for the first time in August 1993 and are updated on a monthly basis. They are intended to allow the performance of international teams to be assessed and compared.
Big European and South American sides dominate the upper echelons of player worth, while countries like Ukraine, Russia, and Cameroon dwell at the bottom of the list. In fact, the world's top three players - Neymar, Lionel Messi, and Cristiano Ronaldo - are worth more than the nine least valuable teams combined, an ING report calculated.
Cameroon are number 30 on the list with a valuation of €166million while Brazil tops the list valued at €1.14billion.