The Harambee Stars national team has dropped four places from number 105 to 109 in the FIFA world rankings for September announced on Thursday.
Kenya beat Qatar 2-1 and was beaten by South Sudan one goal to the other in two friendly tournaments played in September.
In Africa, Harambee Stars ranks 25th.
Morocco’s Atlas Lions have climbed to the top in Africa holding the 13th position in the world, followed by the African champions Simba of Teranga from Senegal who dropped to 20th position, followed by Tunisia at number 29 while Algeria and Egypt are ranked 34th and 35th in the world.
Nigeria is 40th and 6th in Africa, Cameroon 41st, Mali 49th while Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso finish 9th and 10th respectively.
The top seven positions in the world have not changed, world champions Argentina leading followed by France, Brazil is third, England is fourth and Belgium is fifth.
Croatia holds the 6th place followed by the Netherlands which is seventh while Portugal rises to number eight and Italy drops to the 9th place and Spain is ranked tenth in the world.
By Keffas Ferdinand