Women's World Cup 2011 (Germany)


Qualifying

Germany (hosts) qualified automatically.

UEFA (4): Norway, Sweden, England, France
AFC (3): Australia, North Korea, Japan
CAF (2): Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea
OFC (1): New Zealand
CONMEBOL (2): Brazil, Colombia
CONCACAF (3): Canada, Mexico; USA (after playoff against Italy)


Final Tournament

First Round

Group A

26 Jun Nigeria           0–1 France                          Sinsheim 
        [Delie 56] 
26 Jun Germany           2–1 Canada                          Berlin
        [Garefrekes 10, Okoyino da Mbabi 42; Sinclair 82]
30 Jun Canada            0–4 France                          Bochum
        [Thiney 24, 60, Abily 66, Thomis 83]
30 Jun Germany           1–0 Nigeria                         Frankfurt 
        [Laudehr 54] 
05 Jul France            2–4 Germany                         Mönchengladbach
        [Delie 56, Georges 72; Garefrekes 25, Grings 32, 
         68pen, Okoyino da Mbabi 88]
05 Jul Canada            0–1 Nigeria                         Dresden
        [Nkwocha 84]

1.Germany           3  3 0 0   7- 3   9
2.France            3  2 0 1   7- 4   6
3.Nigeria           3  1 0 2   1- 2   3
4.Canada            3  0 0 3   1- 7   0

Group B

27 Jun Japan             2–1 New Zealand                     Bochum
        [Nagasato 6, Miyama 68; Hearn 12]
27 Jun Mexico            1–1 England                         Wolfsburg
        [Ocampo 33; Williams 21]
01 Jul Japan             4–0 Mexico                          Leverkusen
        [Sawa 13, 39, 80, Ohno 15] 
01 Jul New Zealand       1-2 England                         Dresden
        [Gregorius 18; J. Scott 63, Clarke 81]
05 Jul England           2–0 Japan                           Augsburg
        [E. White 15, Yankey 66] 
05 Jul New Zealand       2–2 Mexico                          Sinsheim
        [Smith 90, Wilkinson 90+4; Mayor 2, Dominguez 29]

1.England           3  2 1 0   5- 2   7
2.Japan             3  2 0 1   6- 3   6
3.Mexico            3  0 2 1   3- 7   2
4.New Zealand       3  0 1 2   4- 6   1

Group C

28 Jun Colombia          0–1 Sweden                          Leverkusen
        [Landstrom 57]
28 Jun United States     2–0 North Korea                     Dresden
        [Cheney 54, Buehler 76] 
02 Jul North Korea       0–1 Sweden                          Augsburg
        [Dahlkvist 64]
02 Jul United States     3–0 Colombia                        Sinsheim
        [O'Reilly 12, Rapinoe 50, Lloyd 57] 
06 Jul Sweden            2–1 United States                   Wolfsburg
        [Dahlkvist 16pen, Fischer 35; Wambach 67]
06 Jul North Korea       0–0 Colombia                        Bochum

1.Sweden            3  3 0 0   4- 1   9
2.United States     3  2 0 1   6- 2   6
3.North Korea       3  0 1 2   0- 3   1
4.Colombia          3  0 1 2   0- 4   1

Group D

29 Jun Norway            1–0 Equatorial                      Augsburg
        [Haavi 84] 
29 Jun Brazil            1–0 Australia                       Mönchengladbach
        [Rosana 54] 
03 Jul Australia         3–2 Equatorial Guinea               Bochum
        [Khamis 8, van Egmond 48, De Vanna 51; Anonma 21, 83]
03 Jul Brazil            3–0 Norway                          Wolfsburg
        [Marta 22, 48, Rosana 46] 
06 Jul Equatorial Guinea 0–3 Brazil                          Frankfurt
        [Erika 49, Cristiane 54, 90+3pen]
06 Jul Australia         2–1 Norway                          Leverkusen
        [Simon 57, 87; Thorsnes 56]

1.Brazil            3  3 0 0   7- 0   9
2.Australia         3  2 0 1   5- 4   6
3.Norway            3  1 0 2   2- 5   3
4.Equatorial Guinea 3  0 0 3   2- 7   0


Quarterfinals

09 Jul England           1–1 France           [aet, 3-4 pen] Leverkusen
        [J. Scott 59; Bussaglia 88]
09 Jul Germany           0–1 Japan            [aet]          Wolfsburg
        [Maruyama 108]
10 Jul Sweden            3–1 Australia                       Augsburg
        [Sjogran 10, Dahlkvist 16, Schelin 52; Perry 40]
10 Jul Brazil            2–2 United States    [aet, 3-5 pen] Dresden
        [Marta 68pen, 92; Daiane 2og, Wambach 120+2]

Semifinals

13 Jul France            1–3 United States                   Mönchengladbach
        [Bompastor 55; Cheney 9, Wambach 79, Morgan 82]
13 Jul Japan             3–1 Sweden                          Frankfurt
        [Kawasumi 19, 64, Sawa 60; Oqvist 10]

Third Place Match

06 Jul Sweden            2–1 France                          Sinsheim
        [Schelin 29, Hammarstrom 82; Thomis 56]

Final

06 Jul Japan             2–2 United States    [aet, 3-1 pen] Frankfurt
        [Miyama 81, Sawa 117; Morgan 69, Wambach 104]

 
 

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