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Women’s World Cup Winners and Important Stats

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FIFA Women’s World Cup Winners List

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup begins in late July and lasts through August. Women’s soccer has grown exponentially over the years, with the past two World Cups both surpassing 1,000,000 fans in attendance. The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup final between the United States and Japan had over 26,000,000 viewers in the United States, making it the most-watched soccer game on television in U.S. history.

This year, the Women’s World Cup will be played in Australia and New Zealand, and the United States is once again the favorite to win the tournament. How many times has the U.S. lifted the trophy? How can you watch the 2023 Women’s World Cup? Keep reading and find out.

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All FIFA World Cup Champions List

Below is a list of all the teams to have won the Women’s World Cup since it began in 1991.

YearWomen’s World Cup Champion
1991United States
1999United States
2015United States
2019United States

With four titles, the United States has won the most Women’s World Cups. Germany is the only other team with multiple titles during the first eight World Cup tournaments.

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Teams to Watch in 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup

This year’s Women’s World Cup will take place

Here are some teams to keep an eye on in this year’s event.

United States

The defending World Cup champions are looking to be the first country to win three Women’s World Cups in a row. They’ll compete in Group E in the group stage alongside the Netherlands, Portugal and Vietnam.

The USWNT enters this tournament as the No. 1 ranked team in the world. The team has been coached by Vlatko Andonovski since 2019, winning 86.7% of its matches under his leadership.

Notable players on this USWNT roster include Alex Morgan, who has scored 121 goals in her international career, and Megan Rapinoe, as well as rising stars in the sports such as Sophia Smith and Ashley Sanchez.


The England women’s national team will compete in one of the more difficult groups, Group D. The group features two other teams ranked in the top 15 in the FIFA rankings, China and Denmark, plus a solid Haiti squad.

The English side comes into this World Cup off a strong international campaign over the past year, as the team won Euro 2022 and then the Women’s Finalissima against Brazil earlier this year. The team suffered its first loss since 2021 back in April, falling to Australia in a friendly.

This England squad doesn’t feature a ton of players with international experience. No one has scored more than Ella Toone’s 16 international goals, and Toone is just 23 years old. But this young team has a lot of talent, with players like Alessia Russo and Georgia Stanway. Veteran players such as Rachel Daly and Lucy Bronze provide veteran leadership.

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The only non-USA team to win multiple Women’s World Cup titles, Germany enters this year’s tournament as the No. 2 ranked team in the world. It will compete in Group H, alongside Colombia, Morocco and South Korea.

Despite its high ranking, Germany has lost three times over the past year, falling in the Euro final to England and then losing friendlies to the United States and Brazil. Those were tough games though, and Germany brings a talented squad to Australia and New Zealand.

That squad features players such as Alexandra Popp, Lina Magull, Lea Schüller and Klara Bühl.


France enters this tournament as the No. 5 ranked team in the world and will play in Group F with Brazil, the No. 8 team. The two are joined by Panama and Jamaica, both of which are ranked outside the top 40, making Brazil and France heavy favorites to advance to the knockout phase.

The French side is making its fourth consecutive World Cup appearance and advanced to the quarterfinals or later in the last three. The team finished third in last year’s Euro tournament.

Notable players for France include Eugénie Le Sommer, who has 177 caps and 88 goals during her international career. Joining her on the World Cup squad is captain Wendie Renard and veterans such as Amandine Henry and Amel Majri.

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As mentioned above, Brazil plays in Group F with France. The matchup between the two teams on July 29 will be must-watch television and likely could be the deciding game in Group F.

Brazil, the 2007 World Cup runners-up, has made nine appearances in this tournament. The 2022 Copa America champions have been the class of South America, and the only thing missing from its mantle is a World Cup title.

Losses to Canada and the USWNT in the SheBelieves Cup earlier this year have dimmed some of that optimism, but this is still a very talented squad, full of great football players, such as Andressa Alves, Bia Zaneratto, Adriana and Tamires.


The No. 6 team in FIFA’s rankings, Spain is looking to get past the Round of 16 for the first time in team history. While Spain hasn’t historically been a great team, it’s made some major strides over the past decade and is set to appear in the World Cup for the third consecutive tournament.

This year, Spain has lost just once, losing to Australia in a Cup of Nations contest but winning its other four matches. It also defeated the United States last October in a friendly.

Notable players include Jennifer Hermoso, whose 48 international goals are the most in Spanish history. The team also includes Esther González, Alexia Putellas, and Aitana Bonmatí.


While Australia is only ranked 10th in the FIFA Women’s World Ranking, the team’s home-field advantage for this year’s tournament makes them one of the most intriguing teams in the field.

The Australian team will play in Group B alongside Canada, Ireland and Nigeria. They’re the second-ranked team in the group after Canada, the No. 7 team in the current rankings.

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The three-time World Cup quarterfinalists have won four of their five matches this year, including wins over Spain and England. Notable players include captain Sam Kerr, who has scored 63 international goals, as well as Caitlin Foord, Kyah Simon, Emily van Egmond and goalkeeper Lydia Williams, who has earned 102 caps.

Australia finished in fourth place at the 2020 Olympics, losing in the bronze medal game. The Olympic gold medal that year went to Canada.

Where to Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup?

The 2023 Women’s World Cup will be airing on FOX and FS1, with some games potentially going on FS2 during the group stage. This means that a subscription to Fubo will allow you to catch the entire Women’s World Cup. And with Fubo’s DVR feature, you can record any games that you’re unable to catch live and catch up with them later. So if you’re looking to catch the top action happening in Australia and New Zealand, make sure you’re a Fubo subscriber.

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Justin Carter
Justin Carter
Justin Carter is an editor and writer for Fubo.

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