Teams

  • Closing the gap

    Closing the gap

    The official technical report into this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup™ highlights a number of marked improvements in the women’s game and suggests that the competitive gap has become narrower than ever.

  • Japan claim maiden title

    Japan claim maiden title

    The FIFA Women's World Cup 2011™ in Germany took the feminine side of the world’s most popular sport to a whole new level and will remain forever in the memory.

    First stage - Group C
    28 June COL0:1 (0:0)SWE
    02 July PRK0:1 (0:0)SWE
    06 July SWE2:1 (2:0)USA
    Quarter-finals
    10 July SWE3:1 (2:1)AUS
    Semi-finals
    13 July JPN3:1 (1:1)SWE
    Match for third place
    16 July SWE2:1 (1:0)FRA

    Standings

    TeamMPGFGAPts
    SWE3419
    USA3626
    PRK3031
    COL3041
    • Josefine Oqvist of Sweden during the FIFA portrait session on June 25, 2011
    • Sofia Jakobsson of Sweden (R) challenges Saki Kumagai of Japan
    • Marie Hammarstrom of Sweden celebrates with team mates
    • Kirstin y Marie Hammarstrom
    • Coach Thomas Dennerby of Sweden gives instructions
    • Lotta Schelin of Sweden celebrates
    • Annica Svensson of Sweden celebrates
    • The Sweden players celebrate
    • SINSHEIM, GERMANY - JULY 16:  The Sweden players celebrate after victory over France in the FIFA Wom

    Statistics

    MPGFGASSOGPENOFFFKCKFCFSY2YCR
    610665281254308227601

    Tournaments
    FIFA Women's World Cup Final All editions