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show your colors. A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™. THE WORLD’S BEST. host country. GERMANY. 16 teams from 6 regions compete for football glory. BERLIN. WOLFSBURG. BOCHUM. MONCHENGLADBACH. DEUTSCHLAND. LEVERKUSEN. DRESDEN. FRANKFURT. AUGSBURG.

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Show your colors

show your colors

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™


Show your colors

THE WORLD’S BEST

host country

GERMANY

16 teamsfrom6 regions compete for football glory.

BERLIN

WOLFSBURG

BOCHUM

MONCHENGLADBACH

DEUTSCHLAND

LEVERKUSEN

DRESDEN

FRANKFURT

AUGSBURG

SINSHEIM

= Game Venue

Germany is football country, and the world agrees.

Canada

England

Nigeria

Korea DPR

USA

France

Equatorial Guinea

Japan

Mexico

Sweden

In fact, over 52.9 million overnight stays were booked in the year of the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Norway

Australia

Columbia

Germany

New Zealand

Brazil


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Australia

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Australia will tackle the 2011 World Cup with a youthful squad. Seven teenagers have won spots on the squad. Can a team this young compete with the world’s best?

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of FIFA Women’s World Cup and Olympic football matches featuring now retired skipper Cheryl Salisbury.

AUS 1:1 a.e.t.(1:1, 1:0) 5:4 PSO PRK

JPN 0:1 (0:1) AUS

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Forward Lisa De Vanna is a key player on a team populated with determination and tenacity.

CHN 1:0 (1:0) AUS

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Brazil

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With runners-up finishes at the FIFA Women’s World Cup China 2007 and the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Beijing 2008, Brazil looks to be a favorite in this year’s tournament.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of goals scored by duo Marta and Cristiane at the South American Women’s Championship 2010

CHI 1:3 (1:2) BRA

BRA 5:0 (1:0) COL

17

Watch Number 10, Marta. She’s been elected FIFA World Player four years in a row: 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009.

BRA 4:0 (2:0) ARG

The former topped the scorers’ charts with nine goals, closely followed by the latter’s eight-goal tally.

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Canada

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Canada won all five of its matches at the Women’s World Cup Qualifyingin style, scoring 17 goals and conceding none. Can the Canucks do the same in Germany?

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of times Canada has gotten past the group phase in previous World Cup competitions.

MEX 0:1 (0:0) CAN

CAN 4:0 (0:0) CRC

1

Christine Sinclair scored six goals in the CONCACAF tournament, including the only goal in the final.

MEX 0:3 (0:2) CAN

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Columbia

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Making its first World Cup appearance, Columbia is promising to be strong competition in this year’s World Cup.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of goals the seventeen players scored during the qualifying competition. More than any other team, except for Brazil.

COL 1:0 (0:0) ARG

BRA 5:0 (1:0) COL

19

Yorley Rincon is just 17, but is a strong scorer and leads the Columbian team.

CHI 1:1 (0:1) ARG

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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England

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England is developing into one of the major forces in the game with a runners-up finish in the 2009 UEFA European Championship and an impressive qualifying for the 2011 World Cup.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of matches that England has

remained unbeaten.

SUI 2:3 (1:2) ENG

ENG 2:0 (2:0) SUI

10

Forward Kelly Smith has amassed

42 goals in the 15 years she’s led

the team.

AUT 0:4 (0:3) GER

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Equatorial Guinea

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In their first FIFA Women’s World Cup, this talented team from a small country known for producing oil may be this year’s big surprise.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of times that Equatorial Guinea won the African Championships, being the only team to ever defeat the Nigerians.

NGA 4:2 (1:0) EQG

RSA 1:3 a.e.t. EQG

1

Goalkeeper Miriam Paixao Silva is a consistent performer, vital to the team’s defense.

GHA 1:3 (1:1) EQG

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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France

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France is expected to shine in their second FIFA World Cup after an impressive qualifying where they won 11 of their 12 matches.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of goals scored in France’s recent shut-out against Estonia.

ITA 2:3 (1:0) FRA

FRA 0:0 ITA

12

The two goalkeepers, Celine Deville and Berangere Sapowicz, will be competing for the number 1 jersey.

FRA 7:0 (3:0) SRB

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Germany

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As the defending champions, everyone is watching Germany to see how they perform before a home crowd.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of matches and goals conceded by the German team in the 2007 FIFA World Cup.

GER n/a (n/a) GER

GER n/a (n/a) GER

0

As a three-time FIFA World Player of the Year and as a world leader in appearances and goals, Birgit Prinze is one to really watch.

GER n/a (n/a) GER

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Japan

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After winning four of their five qualifying matches in

the highly competitive Asian qualifying competition,

the Japanese team is ready to show the world what

it’s made of.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of goals scored in four of their five qualification matches.

JPN 2:0 (1:0) CHN

JPN 0:1 (0:1) AUS

2

Teen champion and Golden Ball winner, Mana Iwabuchi, is one to watch on a strong and talented team.

PRK 1:2 (0:2) JPN

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Korea DPR

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After narrowly missing the 2010 Asian crown and needing an extra-time victory to claim their ticket to Germany this year, Korean DPR is ready to prove it deserves a spot amongst the world’s elite.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of times that Korea DPR has won the Asian crown in their last five attempts.

AUS 1:1 a.e.t. (1:1,

1:0) 5:4 PSO PRK

CHN 0:1 a.e.t. PRK

3

As the most Valuable Player at the 2010 AFC Women’s Asian Cup,

Jo Yun-Mi is an indispensable part of this year’s team.

PRK 1:2 (0:2) JPN

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Mexico

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Defeating their archrivals, the United States, the Mexican team qualified directly for the tournament for the very first time.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of goals that Mexico has scored against the United States in qualifying tournaments.

MEX 1:0 (0:0) CAN

USA 1:2 (1:2) COL

2

At 33, Maribel Dominguez is

poised to lead the Mexican team

to a strong showing.

MEX 0:3 (0:2) COL

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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New Zealand

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Undisputed champions of Oceania, this New Zealand team qualified for Germany without conceding a single goal.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of goals that New Zealand scored without conceding a

single goal.

NZL 11:0 (6:0) PNG

NZL 8:0 (4:0) SOL

50

Having accrued over 50 caps, skipper and midfielder Hayley Moorwood

is one of the most experience

team members.

NZL 7:0 (1:0) TAH

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Nigeria

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They’ve been a dominant force in African women’s football for almost two decades, but, by their own admission, they’ve also been underachievers on the

world stage. Is this the year Nigeria turns it around?

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of times that Nigeria has won the African Women’s Championships.

NGA 4:2 (1:0) EQG

NGA 5:1 (2:0) CMR

6

The power duo of Stella Mbachu and Perpetua Nkwocha promises to be the most powerful weapon and champion talent of the

Nigerian team.

TAN 0:3 (0:2) NGA

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Norway

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Norway is strong, reaching the quarter-finals in each FIFA Women’s World Cup over the years. Is this the year they will finally take home the cup?

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of goals conceded during the 8 qualifying matches. This is one strong defense.

NOR 2:0 (1:0) UKR

UKR 0:1 (0:1) NOR

2

The team looks strong, led by

Ane Stangeland, Lene Mykjaland, Ingvild Stensland and

Isabell Lehn Herlovsen.

MKD 0:7 (0:4) NOR

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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Sweden

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While qualifying for every World Cup, the Swedish team has yet to bring home a trophy. With a new coach and a new core of players, can they get the job done in Germany?

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of points scored by Sweden when they shut-out Azerbaijan in qualifying matches.

DEN 2:2 a.e.t.

(2:1, 2:0) SWE

SWE 2:1 (1:0) DEN

17

In addition to a strong lineup, the players to watch this year are

Caroline Seger, Charlotte Rohlin,

and Lotta Schelin.

SWE 5:1 (2:0) WAL

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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United States

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The USA team is out to show the world they deserve to be a permanent fixture in world football by winning their third world crown.

The Stat

Latest Matches

STAR

PLAYER

The number of games the United States has lost in 66 outings since China 2007.

USA 1:0 (1:0) ITA

ITA 0:1 (0:0) USA

2

Shannon Boxx takes the lead and hops to inspire her team to greatness.

CRC 0:3 (0:2) USA

A Guide To The Teams Competing in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

Source: FIFA.com


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