2011 FIFA Women's World Cup Group C

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Group C of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup consisted of the teams from USA, North Korea, Colombia and Sweden. The games were played on 28 June, 2 July and 6 July 2011. The top two teams advanced to the knockout stage.

2011 FIFA Womens World Cup 2011 edition of the FIFA Womens World Cup

The 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup was the sixth FIFA Women's World Cup competition, the world championship for women's national association football teams. It was held from 26 June to 17 July 2011 in Germany, which won the right to host the event in October 2007. Japan won the final against the United States on a penalty shoot-out following a 2–2 draw after extra time and became the first Asian team to win a senior FIFA World Cup.

United States womens national soccer team womens national association football team representing the United States

The United States Women's National Soccer Team (USWNT) represents the United States in international women's soccer. The team is the most successful in international women's soccer, winning three Women's World Cup titles, four Olympic women's gold medals, eight CONCACAF Gold Cups, and ten Algarve Cups. It medaled in every single World Cup and Olympic tournament in women's soccer history from 1991 to 2015, before being knocked out in the quarterfinal of the 2016 Summer Olympics. The team is governed by United States Soccer Federation and competes in CONCACAF.

North Korea womens national football team womens national football team representing North Korea

The North Korea women's national football team represents North Korea in international women's football. North Korea won the AFC Women's Asian Cup in 2001, 2003, and 2008.

Contents

Standings

Key to colours in group tables
Group winners and runners-up advanced to the quarterfinals
TeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 330041+39
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 320162+46
Flag of North Korea.svg  North Korea 301203−31
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia 301204−41

All times are CEST (UTC+2).

Colombia vs. Sweden

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BayArena, Leverkusen
Attendance: 21,106
Referee: Carol Anne Chenard (Canada) [1]
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Sweden [2]
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COLOMBIA:
GK12 Sandra Sepúlveda
RB5 Nataly Arias
CB14 Kelis Peduzine
CB3 Natalia Gaitán (c)
LB8 Andrea Peralta Sub off.svg 79'
RM4 Diana Ospina
CM6 Daniela Montoya Sub off.svg 66'
CM10 Yoreli Rincón
LM9 Carmen Elisa Rodallega
CF16 Lady Andrade
CF7 Catalina Usme Sub off.svg 59'
Substitutions:
FW18 Katerin Castro Sub on.svg 59'
MF13 Yulieth Domínguez Sub on.svg 66'
FW17 Ingrid Vidal Sub on.svg 79'
Manager:
Ricardo Rozo
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SWEDEN:
GK1 Hedvig Lindahl
RB4 Annica Svensson
CB7 Sara Larsson
CB2 Charlotte Rohlin
LB6 Sara Thunebro
CM17 Lisa Dahlkvist
CM5 Caroline Seger (c)Yellow card.svg 29'Sub off.svg 69'
RW16 Linda Forsberg Sub off.svg 54'
LW15 Therese Sjögran
CF8 Lotta Schelin
CF9 Jessica Landström Sub off.svg 81'
Substitutions:
MF10 Sofia Jakobsson Sub on.svg 54'
MF18 Nilla Fischer Sub on.svg 69'
FW19 Madelaine Edlund Sub on.svg 81'
Manager:
Thomas Dennerby

Player of the Match:
Jessica Landström (Sweden)

Assistant referees:
Emperatriz Ayala (El Salvador) [1]
Cindy Mohammed (Trinidad and Tobago) [1]
Fourth official:
Therese Neguel (Cameroon) [1]

Assistant referee (association football) official in association football

In association football, an assistant referee is an official empowered with assisting the referee in enforcing the Laws of the Game during a match. Although assistants are not required under the Laws, at most organised levels of football the match officiating crew consists of the referee and at least two assistant referees. The responsibilities of the various assistant referees are listed in Law 6, "The Other Match Officials". In the current Laws the term "assistant referee" technically refers only to the two officials who generally patrol the touchlines, with the wider range of assistants to the referee given other titles.

Cameroonian Football Federation sports governing body

The Cameroonian Football Federation is the governing body of football in Cameroon. It is known as FECAFOOT. The acting President of FECAFOOT is Seydou Mbombouo Njoya elected in December 2018

United States vs. Korea DPR

United States  Flag of the United States.svg2–0Flag of North Korea.svg  North Korea
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United States [3]
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Korea DPR [3]
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UNITED STATES:
GK1 Hope Solo
RB11 Ali Krieger
CB3 Christie Rampone (c)
CB19 Rachel Buehler
LB6 Amy LePeilbet
DM7 Shannon Boxx
CM10 Carli Lloyd
RW9 Heather O'Reilly Sub off.svg 79'
LW12 Lauren Cheney
CF20 Abby Wambach
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Substitutions:
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MF15 Megan Rapinoe Sub on.svg 79'
Manager:
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KOREA DPR:
GK1 Hong Myong-Hui
RB5 Song Jong-Sun
CB17 Ri Un-Hyang
CB16 Jong Pok-Sim
LB3 Ho Un-Byol Sub off.svg 81'
CM10 Jo Yun-mi (c)
CM12 Jon Myong-Hwa Sub off.svg 68'
RW8 Kim Su-Gyong
LW11 Ri Ye-Gyong
CF9 Ra Un-Sim
CF7 Yun Hyon-Hi Sub off.svg 48'
Substitutions:
DF6 Paek Sol-Hui Sub on.svg 48'
MF13 Kim Un-ju Sub on.svg 68'
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Manager:
Kim Kwang-min

Player of the Match:
Abby Wambach (United States)

Assistant referees:
Katrin Rafalski (Germany) [1]
Marina Wozniak (Germany) [1]
Fourth official:
Gyöngyi Gaál (Hungary) [1]

German Football Association governing body of association football in Germany

The German Football Association is the governing body of football in Germany. A founding member of both FIFA and UEFA, the DFB has jurisdiction for the German football league system and is in charge of the men's and women's national teams. The DFB headquarters are in Frankfurt am Main. Sole members of the DFB are the German Football League, organising the professional Bundesliga and the 2. Bundesliga, along with five regional and 21 state associations, organising the semi-professional and amateur levels. The 21 state associations of the DFB have a combined number of more than 25,000 clubs with more than 6.8 million members, making the DFB the single largest sports federation in the world.

Hungarian Football Federation association football governing body in Hungary

The Hungarian Football Federation is the governing body of football in Hungary. It organizes the Hungarian league and the Hungarian national team. It is based in Budapest.

Korea DPR vs. Sweden

North Korea  Flag of North Korea.svg0–1Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
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Impuls Arena, Augsburg
Attendance: 23,768
Referee: Estela Álvarez (Argentina) [4]
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Korea DPR [5]
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Sweden [5]
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KOREA DPR:
GK1 Hong Myong-Hui
RB5 Song Jong-Sun
CB17 Ri Un-Hyang
CB16 Jong Pok-Sim
LB3 Ho Un-Byol
CM10 Jo Yun-mi (c)
CM12 Jon Myong-Hwa
RW8 Kim Su-Gyong Sub off.svg 68'
LW11 Ri Ye-Gyong Sub off.svg 83'
CF9 Ra Un-Sim
CF7 Yun Hyon-Hi Sub off.svg 80'
Substitutions:
MF13 Kim Un-ju Sub on.svg 68'
FW19 Choe Mi-Gyong Sub on.svg 80'
MF14 Kim Chung-Sim Sub on.svg 83'
Manager:
Kim Kwang-min
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SWEDEN:
GK1 Hedvig Lindahl
RB4 Annica Svensson
CB7 Sara Larsson
CB2 Charlotte Rohlin
LB6 Sara Thunebro
CM17 Lisa Dahlkvist
CM5 Caroline Seger (c)Yellow card.svg 60'
RW16 Linda Forsberg
LW15 Therese Sjögran Sub off.svg 87'
CF8 Lotta Schelin
CF9 Jessica Landström Sub off.svg 77'
Substitutions:
FW14 Josefine Öqvist Sub on.svg 77'
MF18 Nilla Fischer Sub on.svg 87'
Manager:
Thomas Dennerby

Player of the Match:
Caroline Seger (Sweden)

Assistant referees:
Maria Rocco (Argentina) [4]
Yoly García (Venezuela) [4]
Fourth official:
Finau Vulivuli (Fiji) [4]

Argentine Football Association governing body of association football in Argentina

The Argentine Football Association is the governing body of football in Argentina based in Buenos Aires. It organises the lower divisions of Argentine league system, including domestic cups Copa Argentina and Supercopa Argentina. The body also manages all the Argentina national teams, including the Senior, U-20, U-17 and Olympic squads. Secondly, it also organizes the amateur leagues for women, children, youth, futsal, and other local leagues, as well as the national women's team.

Venezuelan Football Federation sports governing body

The Venezuelan Football Federation is the governing body of football in Venezuela. It was founded in 1926 and affiliated in 1952. It is a member of CONMEBOL as well as FIFA, and is in charge of the Venezuela national football team.

Fiji Football Association sports governing body

The Fiji Football Association is the governing body of football in Fiji. It came into existence in 1961, replacing the ethnically based Fiji Indian Football Association. The Indian Association was formed in 1938 but football in Fiji had a much humbler beginning.

United States vs. Colombia

United States  Flag of the United States.svg3–0Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
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United States [6]
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Colombia [6]
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UNITED STATES:
GK1 Hope Solo
RB11 Ali Krieger
CB3 Christie Rampone (c)
CB19 Rachel Buehler
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CM10 Carli Lloyd
CM16 Lori Lindsey
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LW12 Lauren Cheney
CF20 Abby Wambach Yellow card.svg 84'
CF8 Amy Rodriguez Sub off.svg 46'
Substitutions:
MF15 Megan Rapinoe Sub on.svg 46'
DF14 Stephanie Cox Sub on.svg 56'
MF17 Tobin Heath Sub on.svg 62'
Manager:
Flag of Sweden.svg Pia Sundhage
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COLOMBIA:
GK12 Sandra Sepúlveda
RB5 Nataly Arias
CB14 Kelis Peduzine
CB3 Natalia Gaitán (c)
LB19 Fatima Montaño
DM13 Yulieth Domínguez
RM4 Diana Ospina
LM9 Carmen Elisa Rodallega
AM11 Liana Salazar Sub off.svg 55'
CF18 Katerin Castro
CF7 Catalina Usme Sub off.svg 53'
Substitutions:
MF20 Orianica Velásquez Herrera Sub on.svg 53'
MF10 Yoreli Rincón Sub on.svg 55'
Manager:
Ricardo Rozo

Player of the Match:
Carli Lloyd (United States)

Assistant referees:
Maria Luisa Villa Gutierrez (Spain) [4]
Yolanda Parga Rodriguez (Spain) [4]
Fourth official:
Jacqui Melksham (Australia) [4]

Royal Spanish Football Federation governing body of association football in Spain

The Royal Spanish Football Federation is the governing body of football in Spain. It is based in La Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas, a municipality near Madrid.

Jacqui Melksham is an Australian football (soccer) referee.

Football Federation Australia sports governing body

Football Federation Australia (FFA) is the governing body of soccer, futsal, and beach soccer within Australia. The FFA is headquartered in Sydney. Although the first governing body of the sport was founded in 1911, FFA in its current form was only established in 1963 as the Australian Soccer Federation. It was later reconstituted in 2003 as the Australian Soccer Association before adopting its current name in 2005.

Sweden vs. United States

Sweden  Flag of Sweden.svg2–1Flag of the United States.svg  United States
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Volkswagen-Arena, Wolfsburg
Attendance: 23,468
Referee: Etsuko Fukano (Japan) [7]
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Sweden [8]
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United States
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SWEDEN:
GK1 Hedvig Lindahl
RB4 Annica Svensson
CB7 Sara Larsson
CB2 Charlotte Rohlin
LB6 Sara Thunebro
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CM17 Lisa Dahlkvist Sub off.svg 77'
RW16 Linda Forsberg
LW15 Therese Sjögran Sub off.svg 65'
CF8 Lotta Schelin
CF14 Josefine Öqvist
Substitutions:
MF11 Antonia Göransson Sub on.svg 65'
MF20 Marie Hammarström Sub on.svg 77'
DF3 Linda Sembrant Sub on.svg 88'
Manager:
Thomas Dennerby
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UNITED STATES:
GK1 Hope Solo
RB11 Ali Krieger
CB19 Rachel Buehler
CB3 Christie Rampone (c)
LB6 Amy LePeilbet Yellow card.svg 14'Sub off.svg 59'
RM15 Megan Rapinoe Sub off.svg 73'
CM10 Carli Lloyd
CM7 Shannon Boxx
LM12 Lauren Cheney
CF20 Abby Wambach
CF8 Amy Rodriguez Sub off.svg 46'
Substitutions:
FW13 Alex Morgan Sub on.svg 46'
DF14 Stephanie Cox Sub on.svg 59'
MF5 Kelley O'Hara Sub on.svg 73'
Manager:
Flag of Sweden.svg Pia Sundhage

Player of the Match:
Lotta Schelin (Sweden)

Assistant referees:
Saori Takahashi (Japan) [7]
Zhang Lingling (China) [7]
Fourth official:
Therese Neguel (Cameroon) [7]

Japan Football Association sports governing body

The Japan Football Association or Japan FA is the governing body responsible for the administration of football in Japan. It is responsible for the national team as well as club competitions.

Chinese Football Association governing body of association football in China

The Chinese Football Association (CFA) is the governing body of football in the People's Republic of China. Original formed in Beijing during 1924, the association would affiliate itself with FIFA in 1931 before relocating to Taiwan following the end of Chinese Civil War. During 1955 in Beijing, the CFA refused to affiliate itself with any other major association until it joined the Asian Football Confederation in 1974, followed up with FIFA once more in 1979. Since rejoining FIFA, the CFA claims to be a non-governmental and a nonprofit organization, but in fact the CFA is the same bureau with Management Center of Football, which is a department of the Chinese State General Administration of Sports.

Korea DPR vs. Colombia

North Korea  Flag of North Korea.svg0–0Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
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Attendance: 7,805
Referee: Christina W. Pedersen (Norway) [7]
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Korea DPR [9]
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Colombia
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KOREA DPR:
GK1 Hong Myong-Hui
RB5 Song Jong-Sun
CB17 Ri Un-Hyang
CB16 Jong Pok-Sim
LB3 Ho Un-Byol
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CM10 Jo Yun-mi (c)
CM12 Jon Myong-Hwa
LM11 Ri Ye-Gyong
CF9 Ra Un-Sim Sub off.svg 56'
CF13 Kim Un-ju
Substitutions:
MF14 Kim Chung-Sim Sub on.svg 48'
FW7 Yun Hyon-Hi Sub on.svg 56'Sub off.svg 76'
FW19 Choe Mi-Gyong Sub on.svg 76'
Manager:
Kim Kwang-min
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COLOMBIA:
GK12 Sandra Sepúlveda
RB5 Nataly Arias
CB3 Natalia Gaitán (c)
CB14 Kelis Peduzine
LB19 Fatima Montaño
CM6 Daniela Montoya Sub off.svg 89'
CM13 Yulieth Domínguez
RW4 Diana Ospina
LW9 Carmen Elisa Rodallega
CF18 Katerin Castro Sub off.svg 88'
CF20 Orianica Velásquez Herrera
Substitutions:
FW17 Ingrid Vidal Sub on.svg 88'
MF11 Liana Salazar Sub on.svg 89'
Manager:
Ricardo Rozo

Player of the Match:
Orianica Velásquez Herrera (Colombia)

Assistant referees:
Hege Steinlund (Norway) [7]
Lada Rojc (Croatia) [7]
Fourth official:
Quetzalli Alvarado (Mexico) [7]

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