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Women's Soccer World Cup Winners

Here are the winners of each of the Women's FIFA World Cup events since the first in 1991.

The USA have won a record four Women's World Cups. Japan's win in 2011 was the first Asian team to win a FIFA World Cup (including both men and women).

Results Table

2023 Spain England 1-0
2019 United States Netherlands 2-0
2015 United States Japan 5-2
2011 Japan United States 2-2 AET (3-1 after pen)
2007 Germany Brazil 2-0
2003 Germany Sweden 2-1 (asdet)
1999 United States China 0-0 AET (5-4 pen)
1995 Norway Germany 2-0
1991 United States Norway 2-1

AET = after extra time
asdet = after sudden death extra time (golden goal)
p en = penalties

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