What Countries Have Qualified For The Women’s World Cup? Complete And Updated List

The 2023 Women’s World Cup is quickly approaching. Co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, the tournament will feature 32 teams for the first time, eight more than the previous high. Let’s take a closer look at what countries have qualified for the Women's World Cup.

Brazilian Players Celebrating For Japanese Golden Ball Winner Is Most Wholesome Thing You’ll See Today

Spain beat Japan 3-1 to claim the 2022 U-20 Women’s World Cup crown in front of 29,891 fans on Sunday night in Costa Rica. Spain was superb and a deserved winner led by Golden Boot winner Inma Gabarro, whose eight goals were double the next highest scorer. But arguably the most memorable moment of the night came after the match as awards were given out and Japan’s Maika Hamano was awarded the Golden Ball (Gabarro took silver).

USWNT U-20s Crash Out Of World Cup With Worst Tournament Performance In Team History

The USWNT U-20s were bounced out of 2022 U-20 Women’s World Cup in the group stage on Wednesday after suffering a 3-1 defeat to reigning champions Japan in Alajuela, Costa Rica. The U.S. finished the group stage with one victory and two losses, the team’s worst showing in the 10 editions of the tournament.

The Americans finished third in Group D ahead of Ghana but behind Japan and the Netherlands. The U.S. opened the tournament with a 3-0 victory vs. Ghana but then followed that game with a 3-0 defeat to the Dutch.

How To Watch The U.S. And México In The Women's U-20 World Cup?

We all know you can't wait until the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, but while you wait, you should know that it is not the only FIFA WC being played this year. In fact, this Wednesday, Aug. 10, we will be witnesses to a new big-stage tournament: the Women's U-20 World Cup.

Yep. New stars, new dreams and all that is happening inside the Concacaf neighborhood. Costa Rica hosts the event, while another three teams from the region – Canada, Mexico and United States – are among the 16 countries seeking the glory.

NWSL Player Proposes To Partner On Pitch, Gets A ‘Yes’

For all the BS NWSL players have had to put up with recently, it’s nice to have a good piece of news from the league for a change. On Monday, Washington Spirit forward Kumi Yokoyama proposed to their girlfriend on Audi Field — and got a “yes.”

FIFA 22 Still Refuses To Treat Women’s Soccer As Anything More Than A Gimmick

FIFA 22 announced the full list of squads available in the latest edition of the world’s preeminent soccer video game. Sadly, EA Sports has once again failed to put any real effort into the women’s portion of the game, which remains a sad little diversion instead of a meaningful game mode. 

We Tried These Totally Real PB&J Sandwiches From The 12 Countries Competing In Women’s Soccer This Summer

Twelve different countries are competing in women’s soccer this summer and are putting on one of the greatest shows ever seen. What if this clash of culture and competition was decided on the kitchen counter instead of the field? 

Great Britain Is Coming Home Early After Australia Comes Alive Late

TOKYO — Canada reached the semifinals in women's soccer for the third consecutive Olympic Games as goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe saved two Brazil penalties in a 4-3 shootout win on Friday. Australia smashed Great Britain in extra time and Sweden knocked out host Japan.

After Canada captain Christine Sinclair's penalty was saved by Barbara, Labbe rescued her side with two diving saves to keep out Brazil's final two spot kicks from Andressa and Rafaelle.

Vivianne Miedema, La Máquina De Goles Que Amenaza A Estados Unidos En Los JJ.OO.

Se acabó la fase de grupos del fútbol femenil en los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio y entre las conclusiones no hay dudas de que Estados Unidos fue una verdadera y sonora decepción. Las actuales campeonas del mundo avanzaron a los cuartos de final, pero detrás dejaron una imagen bastante vulnerable: derrota ante Suecia (0-3), triunfo ante Nueva Zelandia (6-1) y un extremadamente aburrido 0-0 ante Australia.

¿Fue Gol O No? La Polémica Jugada Que Dejó A Chile Fuera De Los Juegos Olímpicos

Sin puntos y con una sensación amarga contra el arbitraje. Así dejó Chile la primera participación de su historia en el fútbol femenil de los Juegos Olímpicos.

La Roja había perdido, como era de esperarse, sus dos primeros partidos -Gran Bretaña (0-2) y Canadá (1-2)-, pero aún tenía esperanzas de clasificar a cuartos de final como mejor tercera, en caso de vencer a Japón en el último duelo del grupo.

Por supuesto, la tarea no iba a ser fácil. Japón posee un ecosistema en el fútbol femenil mucho más desarrollado que el chileno y además son las anfitrionas del torneo.