FIFA Women’s world cup is the most popular football competition by the Senior Women’s national teams. The first time, FIFA Women’s World Cup winners were the United States in 1991.
In fact, first Women’s football world cup when the inaugural tournament, that’s called FIFA Women’s World Championship was held in China. Women’s world cup soccer last or current winners United states they won the world cup against Japan.
FIFA women’s world cup winners list
Actually, the seven FIFA Women’s world cup from 1991, tournaments have been won by the four national women’s teams. Present Champions of the FIFA Women’s World Cup is in the United States in 2015. They won three Women’s World Cup with a fantastic career.
During the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015, both Formiga of Brazil and Homare Sawa of Japan and made a record of playing in six World Cups.
FIFA awarded France the right to crowd the FIFA women’s World Cup 2019 over South Africa. Last Fifa women’s World Cup 2019 winners are the United States. They won against the Netherlands (USA-2 and Netherlands-0).
From February 2020 all sports was off for covid-19 but, all women’s football will start soon.
Women’s world cup soccer winners list from 1991 to 2015 is given here.
|Winning Years||Winners team||Runner-Up||Results|
|1999||United States||China||0-0 AET(5-4 Penalty)|
|2011||Japan||United States||2-2 AET (3-1 aft)|
|2015||United States||Japan team||5-2|
FIFA women’s world cup trophy
You can check here and you will get an idea of the Women’s World Cup trophy details.
Founded women’s World Cup: 1991 (28 years ago)
Region: FIFA International
Trophy Designer: William Sawaya, Sawaya and Moroni, Milan, and Italy
Year of the original model: 1998
Weight: 4.6 kg
Construction’s Material: Gold-plated, Polished aluminum, bronze, Verde Candeias Granite.
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