Women’s World Cup 2023 Australia vs New Zealand All Results |  Women’s World Cup

Women’s World Cup 2023 Australia vs New Zealand All Results | Women’s World Cup

Twelve nations represented Europe at the 2023 Finals in Australia and New Zealand, the first ever 32-team FIFA Women’s World Cup tournament, with Spain dominating the entire European podium 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼.

Jorge Vilda’s side were beaten in the quarter-finals of UEFA Women’s Championship 2022 by England, but this time they took revenge, with Olga Carmona scoring the winning goal in the 29th minute.H minute.

Then Jennifer Hermoso took advantage of a penalty kick that was saved by England goalkeeper Marie Erbes. It didn’t matter as Spain retained their first women’s title and became the third world champions in Europe after Norway (1995) and Germany (2003, 2007).

All matches

Thursday 20 July
Group A: New Zealand 1-0 Norway (Auckland).
Group B: Australia 1-0 Republic of Ireland (Sydney, Stadium Australia)

Ramona Bachmann after Switzerland beat the PhilippinesGetty Images

Friday 21st July
Group B: Nigeria 0-0 Canada (Melbourne).
Group A: Philippines 0-2 Switzerland (Dunedin).
Group C: Spain 3-0 Costa Rica (Wellington).

Saturday 22nd July
Group E: USA 3-0 Vietnam (Auckland).
Group C: Zambia 0-5 Japan (Hamilton).
Group D: England 1-0 Haiti (Brisbane).
Group D: Denmark 1-0 China (Perth)

Lyonnaise Melchy Dumornay, in the Haiti shirt, against the European champions, England

Lyonnaise Melchy Dumornay, in the Haiti shirt, against the European champions, EnglandFIFA via Getty Images

Sunday 23 July
Group G: Sweden 2-1 South Africa (Wellington).
Group E: Netherlands 1-0 Portugal (Dunedin).
Group F: France 0-0 Jamaica (Sydney Stadium Football Club)

Monday 24 July
Group G: Italy 1-0 Argentina (Auckland).
Group H: Germany 6-0 Morocco (Melbourne)
Group F: Brazil 4-0 Panama (Adelaide).

Kadidiato Diagne's header hit the Jamaican crossbar and will also hit the post

Kadidiato Diagne’s header hit the Jamaican crossbar and will also hit the postFIFA via Getty Images

Tuesday 25 July
Group H: Colombia 2-0 South Korea (Sydney, Football Stadium)
Group A: New Zealand 0-1 Philippines (Wellington).
Group A: Switzerland 0-0 Norway (Hamilton).

Spain did not go into details against Zambia

Spain did not go into details against ZambiaAFP via Getty Images

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Wed 26 Jul
Group C: Japan 2-0 Costa Rica (Dunedin).
Group C: Spain 5-0 Zambia (Wellington).
Group B: Canada 2-1 Republic of Ireland (Perth).

Thursday 27 July
Group E: USA 1-1 Netherlands (Wellington).
Group E: Portugal 2-0 Vietnam (Hamilton).
Group B: Australia 2-3 Nigeria (Brisbane).

Lauren James scored an early goal for England against Denmark

Lauren James scored an early goal for England against DenmarkGetty Images

Friday 28 July
Group G: Argentina 2-2 South Africa (Dunedin)
Group D: England 1-0 Denmark
Group D: China 1-0 Haiti (Adelaide).

Saturday 29 July
Group G: Sweden 5-0 Italy (Wellington).
Group F: France 2-1 Brazil (Brisbane)
Group F: Panama 0-1 Jamaica (Perth)

Sunday 30 July
Group H: South Korea 0-1 Morocco (Adelaide).
Group A: Switzerland 0-0 New Zealand (Dunedin).
Group A: Norway 6-0 Philippines (Auckland).
Group H: Germany 1-2 Colombia (Sydney Stadium Football Club)

Fatima Tagnaoutet and Morocco's French coach, Reynald Pedros, after Morocco's first victory in the competition

Fatima Tagnaoutet and Morocco’s French coach, Reynald Pedros, after Morocco’s first victory in the competitionAFP via Getty Images

Monday 31st July
Group C: Japan 4-0 Spain (Wellington).
Group C: Costa Rica 1-3 Zambia (Hamilton).
Group B: Canada 0-4 Australia (Melbourne).
Group B: Republic of Ireland 0-0 Nigeria (Brisbane).

Tuesday 1any August
Group E: Portugal 0-0 USA (Auckland).
Group E: Vietnam 0-7 Netherlands (Dunedin)
Group D: China 1-6 England (Adelaide)
Group D: Haiti 0-2 Denmark (Perth).

Kadidiato Diagne, the first French player to score a hat-trick in a World Cup, on August 2, against Panama

Kadidiato Diagne, the first French player to score a hat-trick in a World Cup, on August 2, against PanamaAFP via Getty Images

Wed 2 Aug
Group G: Argentina 0-2 Sweden (Hamilton).
Group G: South Africa 3-2 Italy (Wellington).
Group F: Panama 3-6 France (Sydney, Football Stadium)
Group F: Jamaica 0-0 Brazil (Melbourne).

Thursday, August 3
Group H: South Korea 1-1 Germany (Brisbane).
Group H: Morocco 1-0 Colombia (Perth).

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Knockout Theatre

Round of 16

Saturday 5th August
49: Switzerland 1-5 Spain (Auckland)
No. 50: Japan 3-1 Norway (Wellington)

Sunday 6th August
51: Netherlands 2-0 South Africa (Sydney)
52: Sweden 0-0 USA (5-4 kicks, Melbourne)

Aitana Bonmati celebrates Spain's third goal against Switzerland

Aitana Bonmati celebrates Spain’s third goal against SwitzerlandAFP via Getty Images

Monday 7 August
54: England 0-0 Nigeria (4-2 penalties, Brisbane)
53: Australia 2-0 Denmark (Sydney, Stadium Australia)

Tuesday 8 August
56: Colombia 1-0 Jamaica (Melbourne)
55: France 4-0 Morocco (Adelaide)

Quarterfinals

Eugenie Le Sommer and Vicki Pechoux (France)

Eugenie Le Sommer and Vicki Pechoux (France)FIFA via Getty Images

Friday 11th August
57: Spain 2-1 Netherlands (Wellington)
58: Japan 1-2 Sweden (Auckland)

Saturday 12th August
59: Australia 0-0 France (7-6 kicks, Brisbane)
60: England 2-1 Colombia (Sydney, Australia Stadium)

Solene Durand and France were eliminated despite both saving penalties

Solene Durand and France were eliminated despite both saving penaltiesFIFA via Getty Images

semi final

Tuesday 15 August
61: Spain 2-1 Sweden (Auckland)

Wed 16 Aug
62: Australia 1-3 England (Sydney, Stadium Australia)

Third place match

Saturday 19 August

Sweden 2-0 Australia (Brisbane).

last

Sunday 20 August

Spain 1-0 England (Sydney, Australia Stadium)

stadiums

Australia

Adelaide (Hindmarsh Stadium)
Brisbane (Brisbane Stadium)
Melbourne (Melbourne Rectangular Stadium)
Perth (Perth Rectangle Stadium)
Sydney (Sydney Football Stadium/Stadium Australia)

New Zealand

Auckland (Eden Park)
Dunedin (Dunedin Stadium)
Hamilton (Waikato Stadium)
Wellington (Wellington Regional Stadium)

European Qualifiers

Denmark

Finals played : 4
best result Quarter-finals (1991, 1995)
highest score
Bronn’s mark 13
Euro 2022 : groups

England

The final stage(s) are played : 4
best result : Third place (2015)
highest score: Beth Mead 13
Euro 2022 : victory

France

The final stage(s) are played : 4
best result : fourth place (2011)
highest score
: Marie Antoinette Catoto 10
Euro 2022 : semi final

Germany

The final stage(s) are played : 8 (maximum)
Best score: Victory (2003, 2007)
highest score
: Leah Shuler 15
Euro 2022 : last

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Italy

The final stage(s) are played : 3
best result Quarter-finalists (1991, 2009)
highest score: Christiana Gerelli 8
Euro 2022 : groups

Holland

The final stage(s) are played : 2
best result : Final (2019)
highest score
: Vivian Miedema 8
Euro 2022 : semi final

Norway

The final stage(s) are played : 8
best result : Victory (1995)
highest score
: Lisa Marie Outland 6
Euro 2022 : groups

Republic of Ireland

Start at this level
highest score
: Katie McCabe 7
Euro 2022
: not qualified

Spain

The final stage(s) are played : 2
best result : Eighth (2019)
highest score
: Amyur Sarigi 11
Euro 2022 : the quarter-finals

Sweden

The final stage(s) are played : 8
best result : Final (2003)
top scorers: Lena Hurtig, Fridolina Rulfo 5
Euro 2022 : semi final

Swiss

Finals played : 1
best result : Gangster (2015)
top scorers: Ana Maria Krnojorčević, Comba Su 8
Euro 2022
: groups

Portugal

previous final stages : no one
top scorers
: Carol Costa, Diana Silva 5
Euro 2022
: groups

World Cup finals (European teams in bold)

    2019: USA 2-0 Holland ; Lyon, France
    2015: USA 5-2 Japan; Vancouver, Canada
    2011: Japan 2-2 USA (3-1 on penalties); Frankfurt, Germany
    2007: Germany 2-0 Brazil; Shanghai, China
    2003: Germany 1-0 Sweden (AP, golden target); Carson, United States
    1999: USA 0-0 China (5-4 pens); Pasadena, United States
    1995: Norway 2-0 Germany ; Stockholm, Sweden
    1991: USA 2-1 Norway ; Guangzhou, China

    Olympic medals (Europeans in bold)
    2021: Canada (gold) Sweden (silver), United States (bronze); Yokohama, Japan 2016: Germany (gold), Sweden (silver), Canada (bronze); Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    2012: USA (gold), Japan (silver), Canada (bronze); London, UK
    2008: USA (gold), Brazil (silver), Germany (bronze); Beijing, China
    2004: USA (gold), Brazil (silver), Germany (bronze); Athens, Greece
    2000: Norway (gold), United States (silver), Germany (bronze); Sydney, Australia
    1996: USA (gold), China (silver), Norway (bronze); Atlanta, United States

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