77 days to go

Norway have scored 77 goals over the past six editions of the FIFA Women's World Cup™, the third highest scoring country in tournament history behind USA (98 goals) and Germany (91 goals).

Norway accumulated 23 goals en route to winning Sweden 1995, including beating Germany 2-0 in the Final in Solna. On the other hand, the Norwegians only scored twice in a disappointing 2011 campaign in Germany.

Even Pellerud’s side are now hoping to increase that tally at Canada 2015 against Germany, Côte d'Ivoire and Thailand in Group B.