Knockout stage

Final (July 17, 2011)

Final
USA  Club Crest
Japan won on penalty kicks following extra time.

3rd-place match (July 16, 2011)

Sweden won match in normal time.

Semifinals (July 13, 2011)

Final
 Club Crest USA
USA won match in normal time and advance to Final.
France advance to 3rd-place match.
Japan won match in normal time and advance to Final.
Sweden advance to 3rd-place match.

Quarterfinals (July 9, 2011 to July 10, 2011)

France won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Semifinals.
Japan won match following extra time and advance to Semifinals.
Sweden won match in normal time and advance to Semifinals.
Final
 Club Crest USA
USA won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Semifinals.

Group stage (June 26, 2011 to July 6, 2011)

Group A

Group A Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1de Germany330073+49→ Quarterfinals
2fr France320174+36→ Quarterfinals
3ng Nigeria310212-13
4ca Canada300317-60

Group B

Group B Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1eng England321052+37→ Quarterfinals
2jp Japan320163+36→ Quarterfinals
3mx Mexico302137-42
4nz New Zealand301246-21

Group C

Group C Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1se Sweden330041+39→ Quarterfinals
2us United States320162+46→ Quarterfinals
3kp Korea DPR301203-31
4co Colombia301204-41

Group D

Group D Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1br Brazil330070+79→ Quarterfinals
2au Australia320154+16→ Quarterfinals
3no Norway310225-33
4gq Equatorial Guinea300327-50

League Table

Leaders

Yellow Cards
1. Heather GarriockAustralia 2
Nilla FischerSweden 2
Caroline SegerSweden 2
4. Hope SoloUnited States 1
Therese SjögranSweden 1
Lisa De VannaAustralia 1
Shannon BoxxUnited States 1
Megan RapinoeUnited States 1
Babett PeterGermany 1
Aline PellegrinoBrazil 1
Élise BussagliaFrance 1
Bruna Amarante da SilvaEquatorial Guinea 1
Laura GeorgesFrance 1
KókiBrazil 1
Amber HearnNew Zealand 1
Abby WambachUnited States 1
Sinforosa NguemaEquatorial Guinea 1
Diana MathesonCanada 1
Rebecca SmithNew Zealand 1
Annike KrahnGermany 1
Maribel DomínguezMexico 1
MartaBrazil 1
Katie BowenNew Zealand 1
Maren MjeldeNorway 1
Kyah SimonAustralia 1
Rosie WhiteNew Zealand 1
Onome EbiNigeria 1
Lena GoeßlingGermany 1
Élodie ThomisFrance 1
Genoveva AñonmaEquatorial Guinea 1
Jill ScottEngland 1
Casey StoneyEngland 1
FrancielleBrazil 1
Elise ThorsnesNorway 1
Kim CarrollAustralia 1
Blessing DialaEquatorial Guinea 1
Osinachi OhaleNigeria 1
Sonia BompastorFrance 1
Mizuho SakaguchiJapan 1
Annica SvenssonSweden 1
Wendie RenardFrance 1
Dúlcia Maria DaviEquatorial Guinea 1
Fatmire AlushiGermany 1
Carli LloydUnited States 1
Alina GarciamendezMexico 1
Maurine Dorneles GonçalvesBrazil 1
Amy LePeilbetUnited States 1
Aya MiyamaJapan 1
Ana Cristina da SilvaEquatorial Guinea 1
Homare SawaJapan 1
Karen BardsleyEngland 1
Fara WilliamsEngland 1
Azusa IwashimizuJapan 1
Saki KumagaiJapan 1
ÉrikaBrazil 1
Simone LaudehrGermany 1
Kim KuligGermany 1
Hedda Strand GardsjordNorway 1
Ellen WhiteEngland 1
Daiane RodriguesBrazil 1

League Notes

Rank Key

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