Fifa Women World Cup Winners List with year, champions and runners up, check names of countries securing 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the international soccer (football) tournament. The FIFA Women’s World Cup is held every four years for national women’s teams. It is organized by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the governing body of world soccer. The Women’s World Cup is the most prestigious tournament in women’s soccer and has grown in popularity and significance over the years.
The tournament features national teams from around the world competing in a series of matches to determine the champion. The competition format includes group stages followed by knockout rounds, leading up to the final match to decide the winner. The teams compete for the prestigious title of world champion and the FIFA Women’s World Cup trophy.
Fifa Women World Cup Winners List by Year
|Year||FIFA Women’s World Cup Winners||2nd Place, 3rd Place (Runner(s)-up)|
|1991||United States||Norway, Sweden|
|1995||Norway||Germany, United States|
|1999||United States||China, Brazil|
|2003||Germany||Sweden, United States|
|2007||Germany||Brazil, United States|
|2011||Japan||United States, Sweden|
|2015||United States||Japan, England|
|2019||United States||Netherlands, Sweden|
FIFA Women’s World Cup Results by Nation
|National Team||Wins (Years Won)||Runners-up (Years Runners-up)|
|United States||4 (1991, 1999, 2015, 2019)||1 (2011)|
|Germany||2 (2003, 2007)||1 (1995)|
|Japan||1 (20011)||1 (2015)|
|Norway||1 (1995)||1 (1991)|
About FIFA Women’s World Cup
The first FIFA Women’s World Cup was held in 1991 in China, and the United States won the inaugural tournament. The tournament has been held every four years since, with the most recent edition being the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup hosted by Australia and New Zealand. Spain has won the 2023 women world cup, securing their first ever Women’s World Cup title.
You can click the link – List of FIFA Women’s World Cup Finals to check the list of finals matches, their venues and locations, the finalists and final scores.