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FIFA Women’s World Cup Winners: Listed from 1991 to date

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FIFA Women’s World Cup Winners

The FIFA Women’s World Cup started in 1991 and the tournament has taken place every four years since then.

France hosted the most recent World Cup in 2019, which was won by the United States, defeating the Netherlands 2–0 to win their second consecutive and fourth overall title.

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Let me now take you back to see Women’s soccer World Cup winners in the history of the competition.

List of FIFA Women’s World Cup Winners

YearWinnerRunner-upScore
1991United StatesNorway2–1
1995NorwayGermany2–0
1999United StatesChina0–0 (3-1 on penalties)
2003GermanySweden2–1 won by golden goal rule
2007GermanyBrazil2–0
2011JapanUnited States2–2 (5-4 on penalties)
2015United StatesJapan5–2
2019United StatesNetherlands2–0
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