Group stage

Group A

Group A Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Germany3210130+137→ Quarterfinals
2England312083+55→ Quarterfinals
3Japan311134-14
4Argentina3003118-170

Group B

Group B Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1United States321052+37→ Quarterfinals
2Korea DPR311154+14→ Quarterfinals
3Sweden311134-14
4Nigeria301214-31

Group C

Group C Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Norway3210104+67→ Quarterfinals
2Australia312074+35→ Quarterfinals
3Canada311174+34
4Ghana3003315-120

Group D

Group D Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Brazil3300100+109→ Quarterfinals
2China PR320156-16→ Quarterfinals
3Denmark31024403
4New Zealand300309-90

Knockout stage

Quarterfinals

Germany won match in normal time and advance to Semifinals.
Norway won match in normal time and advance to Semifinals.
Final
 Club Crest USA
USA won match in normal time and advance to Semifinals.
Brazil won match in normal time and advance to Semifinals.

Semifinals

Germany won match in normal time and advance to Final.
Norway advance to 3rd-place match.
Final
USA  Club Crest
Brazil won match in normal time and advance to Final.
USA advance to 3rd-place match.

3rd-place match

Final
 Club Crest USA
USA won match in normal time.

Final

Germany won match in normal time.

Leaders

Yellow Cards
1. Lori ChalupnyUnited States 2
Daniela Alves LimaBrazil 2
Simone LaudehrGermany 2
Kerstin GarefrekesGermany 2
Aline PellegrinoBrazil 2
KókiBrazil 2
Katie ChapmanEngland 2
Alex ScottEngland 2
Eva Nadia GonzálezArgentina 2
10. Ulunma JeromeNigeria 1
Liu YaliChina PR 1
Aminatu IbrahimGhana 1
Joanne PetersAustralia 1
Wang KunChina PR 1
Lotta SchelinSweden 1
Caitlin MunozAustralia 1
Hiromi IkedaJapan 1
Maia JackmanNew Zealand 1
Tomoe KatoJapan 1
Martina MüllerGermany 1
Mônica Angélica de PaulaBrazil 1
Anita AmankwaGhana 1
Katrine PedersenDenmark 1
Leni Larsen KaurinNorway 1
Gabriela Patricia ChávezArgentina 1
Maiken PapeDenmark 1
Jenny BindonNew Zealand 1
Hayley BowdenNew Zealand 1
Ria PercivalNew Zealand 1
Saskia BartusiakGermany 1
Priscilla DuncanNew Zealand 1
Randee HermusCanada 1
Fatmire AlushiGermany 1
Collette McCallumAustralia 1
Kelly SmithEngland 1
Kate McSheaAustralia 1
Ri Kum-sukKorea DPR 1
Cathrine Paaske-SørensenDenmark 1
Zhang TongChina PR 1
Rosana GómezArgentina 1
Fara WilliamsEngland 1
Therese SjögranSweden 1
Sarah WalshAustralia 1
Hong Myong-huiKorea DPR 1
Sheila OkaiGhana 1
Lilian ColeNigeria 1
Jong Pok-simKorea DPR 1
Kim Yong-aeKorea DPR 1
Ragnhild GulbrandsenNorway 1
Trine RønningNorway 1
Song Jong-sunKorea DPR 1
Abby WambachUnited States 1
Stina SegerströmSweden 1
Florencia QuiñonesArgentina 1
Tanya DennisCanada 1
Gunhild FølstadNorway 1
Olivia AmoakoGhana 1
Linda BresonikGermany 1
Ifeanyi ChiejineNigeria 1
Pu WeiChina PR 1
Annike KrahnGermany 1
Christie PearceUnited States 1
Cheryl SalisburyAustralia 1
Caroline SegerSweden 1
Gloria ForiwaGhana 1
Frida ÖstbergSweden 1
Abby ErcegNew Zealand 1
Red Cards
1. Shannon BoxxUnited States 1
Catalina PérezArgentina 1

League Notes

Rank Key

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