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Monday, July 8, 2019

US beat Netherlands win record 4th Women's World Cup title.

USA defeat Netherlands win FIFA Women's World Cup 2019.




The 8th edition of the Women's Football tournament big gala is going to near and near now this time FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 will kick off in France from 7 June and Final will he schedule on 7 July.

 The United States won the Women's World Cup for a record fourth time as they eventually overpowered the Netherlands in Lyon.


  The USA, playing in their third consecutive final, continued their reign as the world's finest side as they added to their titles of 1991, 1999 and 2015.


 Rapinoe's goal also meant she won the Golden Boot after finishing with six goals and three assists, while she also took the Golden Ball award for the tournament's best player.




FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 schedule, Fixtures, dates, TV, Kick off times, Online live stream.




 The United States women's national team ( USWNT ) is one of the favorites team of the competition, having won the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada by beating Japan in the final.

 In the USWNT Schedule, they will open against Thailand in Group F on June 11. The defending World Cup champs will then play Chile on June 16. Group F play concludes on June 20 with a match against Sweden, the team that knocked the U.S. out of the 2016 Olympics.



FIFA Women's World Cup Winners: Full Champions List since 1991.




2019 Women's World Cup Groups, Teams




Group A: France, South Korea, Norway, Nigeria

Group B: Germany, China, Spain, South Africa

Group C: Australia, Italy, Brazil, Jamaica

Group D: England, Scotland, Argentina, Japan

Group E: Canada, Cameroon, New Zealand, Netherlands

Group F: United States, Thailand, Chile, Sweden





Where to watch the Women’s World Cup 2019 online Live Stream?




The tournament will broadcast in the United States English on FOX and FS1, while the Spanish broadcast rights are with Telemundo, with games also airing on Universo. You can watch the tournament on fuboTV (Try for free).


If you’re looking to Live TV Streaming of the Women’s World Cup 2019, FS1 is available on the major streaming providers: Playstation Vue, Sling, YouTube TV, Hulu, Fubo TV and DirecTV Now.

Telemundo is available on PS Vue, YouTube TV, Hulu, and DirecTV Now. If you receive FS1 or Telemundo via a cable or streaming provider, you can stream the matches through Fox Sports GO or LIVE Coverage on the NBC Sports app.



 Women’s World Cup 2019 Host cities, Locations



The 2019 Women’s World Cup will take place in France. The matches will play out in nine scenic host cities across the country:

Grenoble,   Le Havre,   Lyon,   Montpellier,   Nice,   Paris,   Reims,   Rennes,   Valenciennes.



Who won the most Women’s World Cup titles? 



The U.S. national team’s three World Cup titles make them the most successful team in Women’s World Cup history. Germany is right behind them with two titles.




 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 Prize Money



 At the last Women’s World Cup, the total prize money was USD$15 million, which was split between the 24 teams. Team USA, who won the tournament, walked away with $2 million of that. The complete breakdown is as follows:


Winner – $2 million
Runner-up – $1.4 million
Semi-finalists – $700,000 each
Quarter-finalists – $400,000 each
Round of 16 – $200,000 each
Group stage – $100,000 each
Plus all 24 teams received a $200,000 participation bonus.



Who won the last Women’s World Cup 2015?


The 2015 Women’s World Cup Final was won by tournament favorite USA, who defeated Japan to claim the title. The same two teams faced off in the 2011 Final, with Japan coming out on top.






2019 Women's World Cup: Full Match Schedule, Dates, Kick off time.




Friday, June 7 
GROUP A in Parc Des Princes, Paris

France   4  -  0   Korea Republic



Saturday, June 8
GROUP B in Roazhon Park, Rennes

Germany     1  -  0    China PR



Saturday, June 8 
GROUP B in Stade Oceane, Le Havre

Spain    3  -  1   South Africa



Saturday, June 8 at 3 pm ET
GROUP A in Stade Auguste Delaune, Reims

Norway    3  - 0    Nigeria



Sunday, June 9 
GROUP C in Stade Du Hainaut, Valenciennes

Australia   1 -  2   Italy



Sunday, June 9 
GROUP C in Stade des Alpes, Grenoble

Brazil    3  -  0    Jamaica



Sunday, June 9
GROUP D in Allianz Riviera, Nice

England    2  -  1    Scotland



Monday, June 10
GROUP D in Parc Des Princes, Paris

Argentina   0 - 0    Japan



Monday, June 10
GROUP E in Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier

Canada   1 - 0   Cameroon



Tuesday, June 11
GROUP E in Stade Oceane, Le Havre

New Zealand   0 -  1    Netherlands



Tuesday, June 11
GROUP F in Roazhon Park, Rennes

Chile    0  -  2    Sweden



Tuesday, June 11
GROUP F in Stade Auguste Delaune, Reims

United States    11  -  0    Thailand



Wednesday, June 12
GROUP A in Stade des Alpes, Grenoble

Nigeria    2  -  0    Korea Republic



Wednesday, June 12
GROUP B in Stade Du Hainaut, Valenciennes

Germany    1  -  0    Spain



Wednesday, June 12
GROUP A in Allianz Riviera, Nice

France    2  -  1    Norway



Thursday, June 13
GROUP C in Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier

Australia    3  -  2    Brazil



Thursday, June 13
GROUP B in Parc Des Princes, Paris

South Africa    0  -  1    China PR



Friday, June 14
GROUP D in Roazhon Park, Rennes

Japan    2  -  1    Scotland



Friday, June 14
GROUP C in Stade Auguste Delaune, Reims

Jamaica    0  -  5    Italy



Friday, June 14
GROUP D in Stade Oceane, Le Havre

England    1  -  0    Argentina



Saturday, June 15
GROUP E in Stade Du Hainaut, Valenciennes

Netherlands    3  -  1    Cameroon



Saturday, June 15
GROUP E in Stade des Alpes, Grenoble

Canada    2  -  0    New Zealand



Sunday, June 15
GROUP F in Allianz Riviera, Nice

Sweden    5  -  1    Thailand



Sunday, June 15
GROUP F in Parc Des Princes, Paris

United States    3  -  0    Chile



Monday, June 17
GROUP B in Stade Oceane, Le Havre

China PR    0  -   0    Spain



Monday, June 17
GROUP B in Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier

South Africa    0  -  4    Germany



Monday, June 17
GROUP A in Stade Auguste Delaune, Reims

Korea Republic    1  -  2    Norway


Monday, June 17
GROUP A in Roazhon Park, Rennes

Nigeria    0  -   1   France.



Tuesday, June 18
GROUP C in Stade Du Hainaut, Valenciennes

Italy    0  -  1    Brazil



Tuesday, June 18
GROUP C in Stade des Alpes, Grenoble

Jamaica    1  -  4    Australia



Wednesday, June 19
GROUP D in Parc Des Princes, Paris

Scotland    3  -  3    Argentina



Wednesday, June 19
GROUP D in Allianz Riviera, Nice

Japan   0  -  2    England



Thursday, June 20
GROUP E in Stade Auguste Delaune, Reims

Netherlands   2  -  1    Canada



Thursday, June 20
GROUP E in Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier

Cameroon    2  -  1    New Zealand



Thursday, June 20

GROUP F in Stade Oceane, Le Havre

Sweden   0  -  2   United States



Thursday, June 20

GROUP F in Roazhon Park, Rennes

Thailand   0  -  2    Chile



ROUND OF 16 (Knockout stage begins.)



Saturday, June 22

Germany  3  -   0   Nigeria    -   



Saturday, June 22

Norway   4  - 1  (pen)  Australia  -   



Sunday, June 23

England     3  -  0     Cameroon   --    



Sunday, June 23

France     2  -  1     Brazil   --   



Monday, June 24

  Spain   1  -   2     USA    --    



Monday, June 24

Sweden   1  -  0        Canada   --    



Tuesday, June 25

Italy    2  -  0      China PR   --    



Tuesday, June 25

Netherlands     2  -   1    Japan   --    



WWC Quarters Finals


Thursday, June 27

Norway   0  -  3     England   -   Stade Oceane, Le Havre



Friday, June 28

France   1  -  2     United Stats    --    Parc Des Princes, Paris



Saturday, June 29

Italy   0  -  2    Netherland    --   Stade Du Hainaut, Valenciennes



Saturday, June 29

Germany    1  -  2     Sweden    --  In Roazhon Park, Rennes



SEMI-FINALS (All teams confirmed)





Tuesday, July 2 
England     1   -  2     United Stats   --   (goals  -  C.Press,  Alex Morgan).



Wednesday, July 3 
Netherlands     1  -  0      Sweden    --    



THIRD PLACE PLAYOFF (Teams )



Saturday, July 6 

England     1  -  2     Sweden   -    In Stade de Nice, Nice




FIFA Women's World Cup FINAL 2019




Sunday, July 7 

The United States     2  -  0      Netherlands   -   In Stade de Lyon, Lyon






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