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.

  • Nadeshiko awarded FIFA World Champions Badge

    Nadeshiko awarded FIFA World Champions Badge

    Japan’s success at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011™ has been recognised with the presentation of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Champions Badge.

    Standings

    TeamMPGFGAPts
    ENG3527
    JPN3636
    MEX3372
    NZL3461
    • Ellen White of England celebrates her first goal during the FIFA Women's World Cup 2011 group B match between England and Japan
    • Ria Percival of New Zealand leaps over Aya Miyama of Japan
    • A general view shows the dressing room of the English team
    • Aya Miyama of Japan (R) challenges Heather O'Reilly of USA (L)
    • Sofia Jakobsson of Sweden (R) challenges Saki Kumagai of Japan
    • Abby Wambach of USA celebrates
    • Holding the certification and plaque of the People's Honour Award, Japanese national women's football team head coach Norio Sasaki (front L) and captain Homare Sawa (front R) and other players pose with Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan
    • Japanese national women's football team captain Homare Sawa (L) holds the People's Honour Award plaque with Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan (C) as they pose for photographers with team head coach Norio Sasaki
    • Shinobu Ohno and Asuna Tanaka and Nahomi Kawasumi

    Statistics

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    612684330132375555501

    Tournaments
    FIFA Women's World Cup Final All editions