RankCountryAdvancementPointsView Team
1 Thailand730view-team-button
2 Malaysia-1690view-team-button
3 Korea+2610view-team-button
4 Singapore600view-team-button
5 Myanmar-2580Team Profile NA
6 Indonesia560view-team-button
7 Japan510view-team-button
8 China490Team Profile NA
Ranking Updated on 28 April 2015
RankCountryAdvancementPointsView Team
1 Thailand3170view-team-button
2 Malaysia2685view-team-button
3 Singapore2130view-team-button
4 Indonesia2110view-team-button
5 Korea+12045 view-team-button
6 Myanmar2000Team Profile NA
7 Japan-11350view-team-button
8 India1315view-team-button
9 Brunei1080view-team-button
10 USA1045view-team-button
11 China+1940Team Profile NA
12 Iran-1785view-team-button
13 Philippines670view-team-button
14 Germany605Team Profile NA
15 Laos270Team Profile NA
16 Vietnam240Team Profile NA
17 Chinese Taipei230Team Profile NA
18 France200Team Profile NA
19 Cambodia75Team Profile NA
20 Sri Lanka70Team Profile NA
21 Switzerland60Team Profile NA
22 Bangladesh55Team Profile NA
23 Australia50Team Profile NA
24 Pakistan45Team Profile NA
Ranking Updated on 28 April 2015

Ranking Overview

Position Points
1st Place250 Points
2nd Place230 Points
3rd Place210 Points
4th Place200 Points
5th Place190 Points
6th Place180 Points

If there is one thing that unites all sports fans, it is their often-obsessive desire to debate the relative strengths and weaknesses of their favourite sports stars.


Sepaktakraw fans are no exception to this rule, but the lack of a defined international circuit has, until now, prevented true comparisons to be made between the sport’s greatest exponents. With the advent of the ISTAF World Cup and the ISTAF SuperSeries, this is all about to change. Inspired by statistics-rich exploration of playing performance in other sports, a brand new Sepaktakraw World Ranking system will, for the first time, be introduced to determine the world greatest team and players.

Complete Metrics

The new World Ranking system will not, however, be limited solely to a conventional team-based international ranking index. Employing a state-of-the-art electronic data collection system (which was successfully used at several international multi-sport games such as the National Rugby League, Australia Open Tennis, and the Melbourne Cup), comprehensive tournament data and statistics, based on a host of wide-ranging parameters, will be constantly collected and processed. The new World Ranking system will instead encompass and present, an extensive variety of tournament performance measurements and indicators


All processed data will be available to the general public, so that one thing is sure; it will only fuel the debates among die-hard Sepaktakraw fans. This system will also be mirrored by a performance-ranking index for all players and teams, reflecting their performances in the ISTAF SuperSeries.