The FIFA Women's World Cup™

The FIFA Women's World Cup™ is the largest women’s sporting tournament in the world. 

Matildas at FIFA WWC 2019
Australia at the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019™ (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

In 2023 it will bring together the top 32 women’s football nations of Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).  The tournament was first contested in 1991 and has been held every four years since.

A month-long festival of colour and excitement, the FIFA Women's World Cup™ showcases some of the best athletes in the world. 

Matildas fans
Australian fans at the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019™ (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

The FIFA Women's World Cup 2019™ saw unprecedented interest in the tournament with viewership, attendances and digital engagement reaching record heights across the globe.

  • 52 Matches in 30 days
  • Over 1 billion broadcast audience
  • Over 1.1 billion views on official WWC digital channels
  • Over 1.1 million attendees
     


FIFA Women's World Cup™ Honour Roll

Year

Host

Champion

Runner-up

Third

Fourth

Teams

1991

China

USA

Norway

Sweden

Germany

12

1995

Sweden

Norway

Germany

USA

China PR

12

1999

USA

USA

China PR

Brazil

Norway

16

2003

USA

Germany

Sweden

USA

Canada

16

2007

China

Germany

Brazil

USA

Norway

16

2011

Germany

Japan

USA

Sweden

France

16

2015

Canada

USA

Japan

England

Germany

24

2019

France

USA

Netherlands

Sweden

England

24

2023

-

-

-

-

-

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