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Women World Cup 2011

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"Westfield Matildas", 2009

The FIFA Women World Cup 2011 took place from June 26th to July 17th in Germany. Australia participated as the Asian Soccer Champion 2010 (Text only available in German!). The Australian team is called "Westfield Matildas".

Testmatches in Germany

Before starting the Wold Cup two matches were scheduled for last tests:

  • At 06/20/2011 in Göttingen versus Mexico (Australia won 3:2)
  • At 06/23/2011 in Wolfsburg versus England (Australia won 2:0)

Squad

Ih the following the name of the "Westfield Matildas" who arrived in Germany at 06/14/2011 far away in Europe:

From Sydney FC:

Teigen Allen, Caitlin Foord, Heather Garriock, Leena Khamis, Kyah Simon, Servet Uzunlar

From Brisbane Roar:

Laura Alleway, Tameka Butt, Kim Carroll, Lauren Colthorpe, Lisa De Vanna, Casey Dumont, Elise Kellond-Knight, Clare Polkinghorne

From Melbourne Victory:

Melissa Barbieri,

From Perth Glory:

Samantha Kerr, Collette McCallum

From Canberra United:

Ellyse Perry, Sally Shipard, Emily van Egmond, Lydia Williams

Groups

A B C D
Germany Japan USA Brazil
Canada New Zealand Korea DVR Australia
Nigeria Mexico Colombia Norway
France England Sweden Equatorial Guinea

Scheduler

First Round

Group A

Date Match Result Location
26.06. 15:00 Nigeria - France 0 : 1 Sinsheim
26.06. 18:00 Germany - Canada 2 : 1 Berlin
30.06. 18:00 Canada - France 0 : 4 Bochum
30.06. 20:45 Germany - Nigeria 1 : 0 Frankfurt
05.07. 20:45 France - Germany 2 : 4 Mönchengladbach
05.07. 20:45 Canada - Nigeria 0 : 1 Dresden

Group B

Date Match Result Location
27.06. 15:00 Japan - New Zealand 2 : 1 Bochum
27.06. 18:00 Mexico - England 1 : 1 Wolfsburg
01.07. 15:00 Japan - Mexico 4 : 0 Leverkusen
01.07. 18:15 New Zealand - England 1 : 2 Dresden
05.07. 18:15 England - Japan 2 : 0 Augsburg
05.07. 18:15 New Zealand - Mexico 2 : 2 Dresden

Group C

Date Match Result Location
28.06. 15:00 Colombia - Sweden 0 : 1 Leverkusen
28.06. 18:15 USA - Korea DVR 2 : 0 Dresden
02.07. 14:00 Korea DVR - Sweden 0 : 1 Augsburg
02.07. 18:00 USA - Colombia 3 : 0 Sinsheim
06.07. 20:45 Sweden - USA 2 : 1 Wolfsburg
06.07. 20:45 Korea DVR - Colombia 0 : 0 Bochum

Group D

Date Match Result Location
29.06. 15:00 Norway - Equatorial Guinea 1 : 0 Augsburg
29.06. 18:15 Brazil - Australia 1 : 0 Mönchengladbach
03.07. 14:00 Australia - Equatorial Guinea 3 : 2 Bochum
03.07. 18:15 Brazil - Norway 3 : 0 Wolfsburg
06.07. 18:00 Equatorial Guinea - Brazil 0 : 3 Frankfurt
06.07. 18:00 Australia - Norway 2 : 1 Leverkusen

Second Round

Quarter Final

Date Match Result Location #
09.07. 18:00 England - France 4 : 5 Leverkusen 1
09.07. 20:45 Germany - Japan 0 : 1 Wolfsburg 2
10.07. 13:00 Sweden - Australia 3 : 1 Augsburg 3
10.07. 17:30 Brasil - USA 5 : 7 Dresden 4

Semi Final

Date Match Result Location #
13.07. 18:00 France - USA 1 : 3 Mönchengladbach 1
13.07. 20:45 Japan - Sweden 3 : 1 Frankfurt 2

Match for third Place

Date Match Result Location
16.07. 17:30 Sweden - France 2 : 1 Sinsheim

Final

Date Match Result Location
17.07. 20:45 Japan - USA 5 : 3 Frankfurt

Match Locations

Locations of the matches in Germany

See also

  • Topic in our forum: "Who will win the World Cup 2011?"
Soccer - Australia at the World Cup 2011 (Woman) (Text only available in German!)
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