Spain won the title with a 1-0 victory over England
Spain secured their first-ever Women’s World Cup title with a 1-0 win over England at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup final in Sydney. The win marks a historic FIFA Women’s World Cup campaign for Spain who previously failed to make it past the Round of 16.
Young Player of the Tournament: Salma Paralluelo, Spain ( Spain’s 19-year-old star Salma Paralluelo was awarded Young Player of the Tournament after scoring as a substitute in both the semifinal and quarterfinal.)
Golden Glove: Mary Earps, England
Golden Boot: Hinata Miyazawa, Japan (Golden Boot for scoring a tournament-high five goals)
Silver Boot: Kadidiatou Diani, France
Bronze Boot: Alexandra Popp, Germany
Golden Ball: Aitana Bonmati, Spain
Silver Ball: Jennifer Hermoso, Spain
Bronze Ball: Amanda Ilestedt, Sweden
The most prestigious international football competition has wrapped up in Australia and New Zealand with Spain winning their first ever world title.
From 20 July to 20 August, the world’s best female footballers competed for glory in the ninth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. The 2023 event marked the first time that Oceania hosted the tournament.
The inaugural FIFA Women’s World Cup took place in 1991 with China as the host nation. The United States claimed gold by defeating Norway 2-1 in the final. The USWNT were also defending champions in 2023, having beaten the Netherlands in the final four years ago at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais in France.
USA and Germany are the only nations to have won multiple World Cup titles. Japan and Norway have each lifted the trophy once with Spain as the most recent addition to the select club.
FIFA World Cup Winners List 1991- 2023
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 teams and groups
|Group A||New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Switzerland|
|Group B||Australia, Canada, Nigeria, Republic of Ireland|
|Group C||Costa Rica, Japan, Spain, Zambia|
|Group D||People’s Republic of China, Denmark, England, Haiti|
|Group E||Netherlands, Portugal, United States, Vietnam|
|Group F||Brazil, France, Jamaica, Panama|
|Group G||Argentina, Italy, South Africa, Sweden|
|Group H||Colombia, Germany, Republic of Korea, Morocco|