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Welcome to FBref. Please see our note below about the leagues and countries we cover and future plans.

Group Stage

Group E

Group E Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Brazil321081+77Beatriz - 3Bárbara→ Quarterfinals
2China PR311123-14Gu Yasha, Tan Ruyin - 1Zhao Lina→ Quarterfinals
3Sweden311125-34Stina Blackstenius - 2Hedvig Lindahl
4South Africa301203-31Roxanne Barker

Group F

Group F Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Canada330072+59Christine Sinclair, Janine Beckie - 3Stephanie Labbé→ Quarterfinals
2Germany311195+44Melanie Behringer - 5Almuth Schult→ Quarterfinals
3Australia311185+34Michelle Heyman - 2Lydia Williams
4Zimbabwe3003315-120Mavis Chirandu, Emmaculate Msipa... - 1Chido Dzingirai

Group G

Group G Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1United States321052+37Alex Morgan, Carli Lloyd - 2Hope Solo→ Quarterfinals
2France320171+66Eugénie Le Sommer, Louisa Cadamuro - 2Sarah Bouhaddi→ Quarterfinals
3New Zealand310215-43Amber Hearn - 1Erin Nayler
4Colombia301227-51Catalina Usme - 2Sandra Sepúlveda

Knockout Stage


USA  Club Crest
Sweden won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Semifinals.
Germany won match in normal time and advance to Semifinals.
Canada won match in normal time and advance to Semifinals.
Brazil won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Semifinals.


Sweden won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Gold-medal match.
Brazil advance to Bronze-medal match.
Germany won match in normal time and advance to Gold-medal match.
Canada advance to Bronze-medal match.

Bronze-medal match

Canada won match in normal time.

Gold-medal match

Germany won match in normal time.


Yellow Cards
1. Kadeisha BuchananCanada 4
2. AndressaBrazil 3
3. Josée BélangerCanada 2
Ali RileyNew Zealand 2
Sofia JakobssonSweden 2
MartaBrazil 2
Shiela MakotoZimbabwe 2
Liana SalazarColombia 2
9. Pang FengyueChina PR 1
Linda SembrantSweden 1
TamiresBrazil 1
Nichelle PrinceCanada 1
Crystal DunnUnited States 1
Rhian WilkinsonCanada 1
Caitlin FoordAustralia 1
Wang ShanshanChina PR 1
Josephine HenningGermany 1
Nothando VilakaziSouth Africa 1
AndressinhaBrazil 1
Katie DuncanNew Zealand 1
Amel MajriFrance 1
Magdalena ErikssonSweden 1
Wu HaiyanChina PR 1
Nobuhle MajikaZimbabwe 1
Chido DzingiraiZimbabwe 1
Leonie MaierGermany 1
Elin RubenssonSweden 1
Caroline SegerSweden 1
Noko MatlouSouth Africa 1
Ashley LawrenceCanada 1
Kosovare AsllaniSweden 1
Ali KriegerUnited States 1
Laura AllewayAustralia 1
Lisa DahlkvistSweden 1
Hannah WilkinsonNew Zealand 1
Rafaelle SouzaBrazil 1
BrunaBrazil 1
BeatrizBrazil 1
Chloe LogarzoAustralia 1
Dzsenifer MarozsánGermany 1
Ingrid VidalColombia 1
FormigaBrazil 1
Rutendo MakoreZimbabwe 1
Jessie FlemingCanada 1
Melissa TancrediCanada 1
Betsy HassettNew Zealand 1
Natalia GaitánColombia 1
Sophie SchmidtCanada 1
Griedge Mbock BathyFrance 1
Amandine HenryFrance 1
Lotta SchelinSweden 1
Alexandra PoppGermany 1
Ria PercivalNew Zealand 1
Alanna KennedyAustralia 1
Carli LloydUnited States 1
Svenja HuthGermany 1
Jasmine PereiraNew Zealand 1
Red Cards
1. Shelina ZadorskyCanada 1
Abby ErcegNew Zealand 1

Rank Key

About launched (June 13, 2018) with coverage for England (5 leagues), France (2 leagues), Germany (3 leagues), Italy (2 leagues), Spain (2 leagues), and United States (3 leagues). We have many more leagues, but are vetting them and will release them as they are prepared.

We have also added: Netherlands (July 16, 2018), Scotland (July 23, 2018), Portugal (July 30, 2018), Mexico (Oct 29, 2018), Belgium (Oct 29, 2018), Austria (Oct 29, 2018), Australia (Nov 5, 2018), Russia (Nov 5, 2018), Poland (Nov 12, 2018), Turkey (Nov 12, 2018), Denmark (Nov 28, 2018), Switzerland (Dec 4, 2018), Ukraine (Dec 17, 2018), Croatia (Dec 21, 2018), Greece (Jan 15, 2019), Bulgaria (Jan 29, 2019), Romania (Feb 18, 2019), Serbia (Mar 1, 2019), Czech Republic (Mar 1, 2019), Hungary (Mar 14, 2019), Norway (Apr 9, 2019), Sweden (Apr 9, 2019), Finland (Apr 18, 2019)

On April 12, 2019, we released what we believe is one of the most complete sources for women's soccer data on the internet. This includes: FIFA Women's World Cup (1991-present), Women's Olympic Soccer (2016), UEFA Women's Champions League (2016-present), NWSL (USA) (2017-present), Women's Super League (ENG) (2017-present), Division 1 Féminine (FRA) (2017-present), Division 1 Féminine (GER) (2016-present), W-League (AUS) (2018-2019), Eredivisie Vrouwen (NED) (2018-2019), Toppserien (NOR) (2017-present), Damallsvenskan (SWE) (2017-present)

Note that player records are likely not complete for their careers. Players may come from or move to leagues we don't currently cover. This issue will go down over time, as we add new leagues and seasons. Eventually, you'll be able to see Alexis Sanchez's stats in the Chilean Primera or maybe even Johan Cruyff's career stats. We will never in the future have less data than we do today. Because we are launching with a small set of countries, FBref will be ad-free for the entire year after its launch. The only payment we will ask for is that you let us know if you find an issue, so we can get better and better.

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For more information, see our Launch Blog Post, the overall leagues/competition page with details on leagues and seasons we include, or our About Page. Let us know if you find an issue or have a suggestion.

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