Points Table Women’S World Cup 2023
- 1 Who are the Favourites to win the Women’s World Cup?
- 2 Who is out of the Women’s World Cup 2023?
- 3 Who’s better Pele or Ronaldo?
- 4 Who scored hat-trick in 2 minutes?
- 5 Who is the best woman football player in the world 2023?
Who are the Favourites to win the Women’s World Cup?
Women’s World Cup Winner Odds 2023 – The USWNT are the favorites in the World Cup betting odds, but they could face intense competition from European opposition:
- England +333
- Spain +400
- U.S. +400
- Japan +800
- Germany +900
- Australia +1000
- Netherlands +1200
- France +1200
- Sweden +1800
- Columbia +2800
Odds courtesy of DraftKings as of August 2, 2023.
Who is out of the Women’s World Cup 2023?
Teams out of the Women’s World Cup: Every nation eliminated – The table below was updated throughout the 2023 tournament as teams are eliminated with the final entrant being the losing finalist on August 20. With the group stage completed, 16 of the 32 sides that began the World Cup were knocked out.
- A further eight followed in the Round of 16.
- The most high-profile team knocked out during the group stage was Olympic champions Canada, who began their final matchday in second spot before getting hammered 4-0 by Australia and suffering elimination.
- There was then a shock when South Africa won a Women’s World Cup match for the first time, eliminating Italy in the process.
However, a seismic upset came later on August 2, when Brazil were held to a 0-0 draw with Jamaica that meant they did not qualify for the next round. A day later, Germany — the No.2-ranked side in the world, twice World Cup winners, and the beaten finalists at last year’s Euros — were eliminated after drawing 1-1 with South Korea.
And just when it seemed as though the surprises would end, USA — winners of the past two tournaments — were eliminated on penalties by Sweden. The next Round of 16 match saw England scrape past Nigeria on penalties with star player Lauren James receiving a straight red card. Co-hosts Australia progressed in more convincing style, beating Denmark 2-0 and then defeated France on penalties to reach their first semifinal.
England overcame Colombia to set up a meeting with the Matildas. Spain edged a 1-0 win over England in the final with La Roja winning their first major trophy.
|Nation||FIFA Ranking||Date Eliminated||Stage Eliminated||How Eliminated|
|England||4||Aug.20||Final||Loss vs. Spain|
|Australia||10||Aug.16||Semifinals||Loss vs. England|
|Sweden||3||Aug.15||Semifinals||Loss vs. Spain|
|Colombia||25||Aug.12||Quarterfinals||Loss vs. England|
|France||5||Aug.12||Quarterfinals||Loss vs. Australia|
|Netherlands||9||Aug.11||Quarterfinals||Loss vs. Spain|
|Japan||11||Aug.11||Quarterfinals||Loss vs. Sweden|
|Morocco||72||Aug.8||Round of 16||Loss vs. France|
|Jamaica||43||Aug.8||Round of 16||Loss vs. Colombia|
|Denmark||13||Aug.7||Round of 16||Loss vs. Australia|
|Nigeria||40||Aug.7||Round of 16||PS loss vs. England|
|USA||1||Aug.6||Round of 16||PS loss vs. Sweden|
|South Africa||54||Aug.6||Round of 16||Loss vs. Netherlands|
|Norway||12||Aug.5||Round of 16||Loss vs. Japan|
|Switzerland||20||Aug.5||Round of 16||Loss vs. Spain|
|South Korea||17||Aug.3||Group Stage||Draw vs. Germany|
|Germany||2||Aug.3||Group Stage||Draw vs. South Korea|
|Brazil||8||Aug.2||Group Stage||Draw vs. Jamaica|
|Argentina||28||Aug.2||Group Stage||Losses vs. Italy, Sweden|
|Italy||16||Aug.2||Group Stage||Loss vs. South Africa|
|China||14||Aug.1||Group Stage||Loss vs. England|
|Haiti||53||Aug.1||Group Stage||Three losses|
|Portugal||21||Aug.1||Group Stage||Draw vs. USA|
|Canada||7||July 31||Group Stage||Loss vs. Australia|
|New Zealand||26||July 30||Group Stage||Draw vs. Switzerland|
|Philippines||46||July 30||Group Stage||Loss vs. Norway|
|Panama||52||July 29||Group Stage||Losses vs. Brazil, Jamaica|
|Vietnam||32||July 27||Group Stage||Losses vs. USA, Portugal|
|Costa Rica||36||July 26||Group Stage||Losses vs. Spain, Japan|
|Zambia||77||July 26||Group Stage||Losses vs. Japan, Spain|
|Rep. of Ireland||22||July 26||Group Stage||Losses vs. Australia, Canada|
Who are the favorites for the 2023 Women’s World Cup?
The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is well underway. The group stage having come to a dramatic close on Thursday as two-time champions Germany suffered a shock early exit from the competition. Their exit now leaves a gap to be filled when it comes to the teams most favored to win the tournament.
- At the top of the pile is currently England.
- After a slow but winning start, the Lionesses won their group as one of only three teams in the tournament to have picked up maximum points – alongside Japan and Sweden.
- As this chart based on average betting odds shows though, the bookmakers remain not totally convinced by these two teams’ chances to go all the way.
Behind England as joint second favorites are the United States and Spain. Four-time winners the U.S. have had a subdued World Cup by their standards so far, having picked up just one win and two draws before scraping out of their group won by the Netherlands. Description This chart shows the implied probability of teams to win the 2023 Women’s World Cup based on average betting odds. Report URL to be used as reference link :
Who is the best female World Cup team?
Leaders – As of the 25 August 2023 rankings release, Sweden is the number one ranked team. The United States holds the record for the longest consecutive period leading the rankings of nearly 7 years, from March 2008 to December 2014. Before the 2023 World Cup, the United States and Germany had been the only two teams to lead the women’s rankings, and these two teams also had held the top two spots in all but six releases, when Germany was ranked third (only Norway, Brazil, England and Sweden had reached second during this time).
|No.||Team||Confederation||Days at No.1|
|1||United States||CONCACAF||5,715 days|
Who is Favourite England or Spain?
Data Skrive Spain and England compete on Sunday, August 20 at 6:00 AM ET for the 2023 Women’s World Cup final in Australia and New Zealand. Spain is coming off a 2-1 win against Sweden, and England defeated Australia 3-1 in its semifinal match. Spain is listed as the favorite to win the World Cup, with +168 moneyline odds compared to England’s +185.
How many matches will James miss?
How long will Lauren James be banned for? – James has been banned for two games, meaning she will miss England’s quarter-final and potential semi-final, but could return for the final if the Lionesses make it. She was initially shown a yellow card following the incident, but it was upgraded to a straight red after a VAR check.
Who is the best women’s team in FIFA 2023?
Highest-ranked teams at the Women’s World Cup 2023 The United States entered the 2023 Women’s World Cup as the highest-ranked team, occupying the top spot in FIFA’s world rankings. Meanwhile, the lowest-ranked team to qualify was Zambia, ranked 77th. The tournament was eventually won by Spain, who ranked sixth.
Who’s better Pele or Ronaldo?
On the international stage – Ronaldo has recently set himself apart as the most prolific international player in history, surpassing the record previously held by Iran icon Ali Daei. He’s sat on 118 goals for Portugal, having made his debut back in 2003.
Messi, like Ronaldo, is his country’s leading scorer but his Argentina total sits at 98. Pele remains – just – Brazil’s joint-leading scorer. Neymar recently equalled his record of 77 goals in his 124th cap whilst at the World Cup in Qatar, albeit the legendary figure scored that many in far fewer games.
His haul came in 92 outings – giving him a strike ratio of 0.84. Ronaldo’s is 0.6 whilst Messi’s is 0.56. Pele claimed three World Cup triumphs ( Image: John Varley/REX/Shutterstock) The World Cup is the only stage all three can somewhat be compared on equal footing.
Messi recently joined Pele as a World Cup winner – a claim Ronaldo cannot match. The Argentine has scored more World Cup goals – 13 – than his two rivals, though he’s played more games. Pele hit 12 goals at the World Cup and Ronaldo has notched eight times. Pele’s ratio, though, sees him come out on top again; 0.86 compared to Messi on 0.5 and Ronaldo on 0.36.
This means that once the club and the international stages come together and the calculators are whipped out, across their careers, Ronaldo has scored more than Messi and Pele. He has notched 819 times, with Pele sat on 786 and Messi bagging on 793 occasions.
Who scored hat-trick in 2 minutes?
Goal Three (15:18, 0.10 xG) – Anyone working in the football data industry did not see this goal live, as they were heads down, working out the smallest gap between a player’s opening two goals, only to jolt with fear as they heard a third go in. Surely no But yes, it was Mané, scoring the least likely yet most normal of the three goals in his two-minute-56-second hat trick, from just inside the penalty area.
Who scored hat-trick in 70 seconds?
Who scored a hat trick in 70 seconds? – Alex Torr, a player in a Sunday league, scored three goals in the shortest time ever. Referee Matt Tyers validated the goals and said he had never seen anything like it in his career.
Has a woman scored a hat-trick in the World Cup final?
Carli Lloyd: The 13-minute ‘out of this world’ World Cup final hat trick In a frenetic final, Carli Lloyd pounced on a loose pass midway inside her own half. was 3-0 up inside the opening 15 minutes in its match against Japan, and the game was being played at a frantic pace.
But for Lloyd, surrounded by the chaos around her, it looked like time stood still as she took a touch past an onrushing defender. Then, in a matter of milliseconds, the (USWNT) star looked up and launched a half-field shot towards the Japanese goal. “It was like nothing else around me was penetrating,” Lloyd explained to CNN Sport.
“It was me, the field, my teammates, the ball, and that was all I was thinking about. “That’s what happens when you are in that flow state – just being in that moment. A lot of good things happen when you’re in that space.” As the ball flew toward Japan’s goalkeeper, Ayumi Kaihori, she began to stumble and her flailing hands weren’t enough to prevent Lloyd from completing an incredible 13-minute hat trick. The US went on to win the final 5-2. Success that was built on years of hard work, as well as a desire to reverse the disappointment of four years prior. “2011 was a really difficult loss to swallow,” Lloyd explained. The US had fought its way to the 2011 Women’s World Cup final and Japan had stood between the team and glory.
- The US had already overcome the formidable Brazil on penalties, as well as beating France in the semifinals, and the team was confident heading into the biggest game of all.
- “We felt like the way the World Cup was going, our storyline as a team, hadn’t won a World Cup since 1999, we just really felt like it was our time to win,” said Lloyd of the 2011 final.
- Despite this inner feeling of confidence within the squad, the US came up short, falling to a devastating penalty shootout defeat.
- Along with Shannon Boxx and Tobin Heath, Lloyd was among the players that had missed during the shootout and this helped provide even more inspiration to the New Jersey native going into the 2015 tournament.
“I just was devastated. I felt really responsible and just really kind of took some of that blame for letting down my teammates and the country,” the two-time Olympic gold medalist said. Lloyd vividly remembered arriving back in the US after the tournament and being greeted by fans who were full of admiration for the team, even though she felt the team had failed. The expectations were high for the US heading into the 2015 Women’s World Cup and with the tournament hosted by neighbors Canada, US fans flocked to see their heroines in action. As they did four years ago, the US reached the final once more. The side came out of the ‘Group of Death,’ featuring Australia, Sweden and Nigeria, unbeaten before going past Colombia, China and Germany in the knockout stages without conceding a goal. Upon waking up, Lloyd thought it would be best to treat the occasion like every other gameday. The forward went for her traditional pre-match morning jog but even this could not take her mind away from the game. “I can vividly remember just the fans walking around in red, white and blue and wishing me good luck and waving,” Lloyd said of the day of the final.
- It was a really, really surreal moment.” The team made its way to the BC Place stadium in Vancouver and, despite the confidence flowing through the team four years prior, Lloyd said there was a different feeling altogether this time.
- When we got to that match, there was just something different about our team, the way that we were feeling.
We were light. We were ready. We were charged up. We were just excited for the moment.” “You always want to come out and start fast and furious, and we definitely did that,” Lloyd said, smiling. In this case, fast and furious would also be an understatement.
- The US was leading Japan 4-0 after just 16 minutes and Lloyd said that the early goals set the tone for the rest of the encounter.
- We got off to one of the best starts in a tournament that you could ever ask for,” Lloyd said.
- It sounds pretty crazy, but scoring the first goal, it was like, ‘okay, I want more, we need more.’ Then you score the second goal and then it’s like, ‘okay, we need to keep pressing on.'” This desire to constantly be better is one of the many reasons for the US’ success over the years and the team’s ruthlessness was plain to see.
Lloyd laughed as she remembered hearing stories of people tuning into the game late and missing the ferocious start.
- To complete her historic hattrick, the first in a Women’s World Cup final, Lloyd scored with the strike from over 50 yards out – a goal that players only tend to dream of scoring.
- “For whatever reason, in that particular moment, I decided to do something that was just out of this world,” Lloyd said.
- “I just couldn’t believe it, honestly, to be able to pull that off in a World Cup final and to be able to complete a hat trick in that fashion – you don’t get many moments like that.”
As unlikely as it may seem, being the star player in a World Cup final has its downsides. “I missed the majority of the locker room celebrations. I was being ushered all over the place. I remember having to walk to the press conference, doing interviews, doing all sorts of things,” said Lloyd, who was unsurprisingly named the player of the match. However, after arriving back in the US having won the Women’s World Cup for a record third time, a far more exciting prospect was waiting the US squad. Lloyd talked of the team being viewed as “heroes,” welcomed with an incredible ticker-tape parade in New York – the first women’s team to make their way through the – as the USWNT solidified its status as one of the nation’s favorite sports team. The World Cup final hat trick has become synonymous with Lloyd’s career – a brilliant player, capable of producing brilliant moments on the biggest stage of all. “There’s a lot of other moments in there, too. I think that one just kind of blew everything out of the water,” Lloyd said of her star-studded career.
Who is the best woman football player in the world 2023?
1. Alexia Putellas – Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Images Taking the number one spot is two-time Ballon d’Or winner, Champions League winning skipper – ‘La Reina’ – Alexia Putellas. Despite missing out on the Euros and suffering an ACL injury on the eve of the tournament, the 18 months being considered for this list means Putellas still tops the rankings.
Putellas is one of the most clinical finishers in the game, finishing the 21/22 domestic season as the top goalscorer with 18 goals and 15 assists and returned to Barcelona’s pitch in time for the end of the 22/23 season and earned minutes during the emphatic Champions League final that saw the trophy return to the Catalans after a 4-2 victory.
As one of the greats of her generation, Putellas undoubtedly tops the list. Read more:
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Who has the most goals in women’s soccer?
For men’s footballers, see List of men’s footballers with 50 or more international goals, Christine Sinclair of Canada is currently the active player (among both women and men) with the most goals in international football with 190 goals. She also holds the highest record of all time. Association football at the professional level is a low scoring sport (see article Association football for more detail). Abby Wambach is the second top scorer with 184. She scored her 100th goal on 20 July 2009. Mia Hamm held the goal scoring record for women’s international matches from May 1999, when she surpassed Italy ‘s Elisabetta Vignotto by scoring her 108th goal for the United States, until 20 June 2013 when fellow American Abby Wambach passed her with goal 159.
Who will win the Golden Boot 2023?
European Golden Shoe / Here you find the complete table with 21 of the top players who challenged to win the European Golden Shoe 2023. The winner of the European Golden Shoe 2023 was Erling Braut Haaland, Manchester City, scroring 36 goals and reaching 72 points.
|1.||Erling Braut Haaland Manchester City||Premier League||36||2||72|
|2.||Harry Kane Tottenham||Premier League||30||2||60|
|3.||Kylian Mbappé Paris Saint-Germain||Ligue 1||29||2||58|
|4.||Alexandre Lacazette Lyon||Ligue 1||27||2||54|
|5.||Victor Osimhen Napoli||Serie A||26||2||52|
|6.||Jonathan David Lille||Ligue 1||24||2||48|
|7.||Robert Lewandowski Barcelona||La Liga||23||2||46|
|8.||Enner Valencia Fenerbahce||Süper Lig||29||1.5||43.5|
|9.||Loïs Openda Lens||Ligue 1||21||2||42|
|Lautaro Martinez Inter||Serie A||21||2||42|
|Folarin Balogun Reims||Ligue 1||21||2||42|
|12.||Ivan Toney Brentford||Premier League||20||2||40|
|Habib Diallo Strasbourg||Ligue 1||20||2||40|
|14.||Karim Benzema Real Madrid||La Liga||19||2||38|
|Wissam Ben Yedder Monaco||Ligue 1||19||2||38|
|Elye Wahi Montpellier||Ligue 1||19||2||38|
|Mohamed Salah Liverpool||Premier League||19||2||38|
|18.||Amahl Pellegrino Bodø/Glimt||Eliteserien||25||1.5||37.5|
|19.||Artem Dovbyk SK Dnipro-1||Premjer-Liha||24||1.5||36|
|Callum Wilson Newcastle||Premier League||18||2||36|
|Terem Moffi Lorient||Ligue 1||18||2||36|
NOTE! The European Golden Shoe have a point system where the five highest ranked leagues according to UEFA gets 2 points per scored goal. Leagues ranked 6-22 gets 1.5 points per goal and the remaining leagues 1 point per goal. The top five ranked leagues year 2023 were the leagues in the countries Spain, England, Italy, Germany and France.