Roy Hodgson's side are at their lowest position since 2008, while Confederations Cup winners Brazil have climbed 13 places to ninth spotEngland have dropped from ninth to 15th place in Fifa's world rankings.
Roy Hodgson's side are now at their lowest position since 2008 and are now ranked lower than Ivory Coast and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Following their win in the Confederations Cup, Brazil have climbed 13 places to ninth spot.
Spain remain the No.1 ranked team in international football, ahead of second-placed Germany, while Colombia complete the top three.
Argentina (fourth), Netherlands (fifth), Italy (sixth), Portugal (seventh), Croatia (eighth) and Belgium (10th) make up the rest of the top 10.
Ivory Coast remain Africa's highest-ranked team in 13th position, while Mexico (20th) are the Concacaf's top representative, despite losing three places.
Senegal were the biggest climbers this month, rising 25 places to 74th spot, while Central African Republic were the biggest fallers, dropping 30 places to 89th.