Group Stage

Group E

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

Group F

Group F Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1ca Canada330072+59Christine Sinclair, Janine Beckie - 3Stephanie Labbé→ Quarterfinals
2de Germany311195+44Melanie Behringer - 5Almuth Schult→ Quarterfinals
3au Australia311185+34Michelle Heyman - 2Lydia Williams
4zw Zimbabwe3003315-120Mavis 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
1us United States321052+37Alex Morgan, Carli Lloyd - 2Hope Solo→ Quarterfinals
2fr France320171+66Eugénie Le Sommer, Louisa Cadamuro - 2Sarah Bouhaddi→ Quarterfinals
3nz New Zealand310215-43Amber Hearn - 1Erin Nayler
4co Colombia301227-51Catalina Usme - 2Sandra Sepúlveda

Knockout Stage

Quarterfinals

Final
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.

Semifinals

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

Bronze-medal match

Canada won match in normal time.

Gold-medal match

Germany won match in normal time.

Leaders

Yellow Cards
1. Kadeisha BuchananCanada 4
2. AndressaBrazil 3
3. Liana SalazarColombia 2
Josée BélangerCanada 2
Wang ShanshanChina PR 2
Ali RileyNew Zealand 2
Sofia JakobssonSweden 2
Shiela MakotoZimbabwe 2
MartaBrazil 2
10. Betsy HassettNew Zealand 1
Melissa TancrediCanada 1
Sophie SchmidtCanada 1
Natalia GaitánColombia 1
Amandine HenryFrance 1
Griedge Mbock BathyFrance 1
Lotta SchelinSweden 1
Ria PercivalNew Zealand 1
Alexandra PoppGermany 1
Carli LloydUnited States 1
Alanna KennedyAustralia 1
Jasmine PereiraNew Zealand 1
Svenja HuthGermany 1
Pang FengyueChina PR 1
Linda SembrantSweden 1
TamiresBrazil 1
Nichelle PrinceCanada 1
Crystal DunnUnited States 1
Rhian WilkinsonCanada 1
Caitlin FoordAustralia 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
Rafaelle SouzaBrazil 1
Hannah WilkinsonNew Zealand 1
BeatrizBrazil 1
BrunaBrazil 1
Dzsenifer MarozsánGermany 1
Chloe LogarzoAustralia 1
FormigaBrazil 1
Ingrid VidalColombia 1
Jessie FlemingCanada 1
Rutendo MakoreZimbabwe 1
Red Cards
1. Shelina ZadorskyCanada 1
Abby ErcegNew Zealand 1

League Notes

Rank Key

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