Which female team has won the most FIFA Women’s World Cup

The Women’s World Championship is held much later than the men’s soccer tournament. It was not until 1991 that this tournament was held in China for the first time, bringing together 12 teams.

In the first organization, the United States won 2-1 over Norway in the dramatic final, to win the championship for the first time. While the Norwegian women’s team won 4-0 over Germany to win third place.

In the years 1991 and 1995 – the number of teams at the tournament was only 12. In the second time being held in Sweden, the Norwegian women’s team won the championship after beating Germany 2-0 in the match final. While the defending US women’s championship won the third prize after a 2-0 win over China.

In 1999, the United States female was crowned again after beating the Chinese female 5-4 after the penaty series. While Brazil also won third place after beating Norway with the same 5-4 score also on the 11m mark.

The US team for the second time was crowned and was the first to take the throne in the home country. In 2013, the tournament continued to be held in the US, the German team won the championship for the first time after beating Sweden 2-1 in the final. While the defending US champions only finished 3rd after beating Canada 3-1.

In 2017, the tournament was re-held in China. Germany took the throne for the second time after beating Brazil 2-0 in the final. While the United States continued on to 3rd after beating Norway 4-1. Particularly, the Chinese host continues to empty hands in both times as the host country.

From 2015 and this year, the FIFA Women’s World Cup has been raised to 24 teams with the hope of more countries participating. Countries are also organized to host alternately, instead of focusing only in the US or China as before.

In 2019, the tournament held by France for the first time also promises to have many exciting matches, good balls and especially new elements. That will appear at the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

There is also certain interest in men’s and women’s football. In the opposite direction, if the Brazilian male players have won the World Cup five times. Their female players have never been crowned.