2011 FIFA Women's World Cup knockout stage

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The knockout stage of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup consisted of the top two teams of each of the four groups. It began on July 9 and ended with the Final on July 17, 2011.

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.

2011 FIFA Womens World Cup Final 2011 Womens World cup final

The 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup Final was a football match that took place on 17 July 2011 at Commerzbank-Arena, in Frankfurt, Germany, to determine the winner of 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup. It was played between Japan and the United States. Japan won 3-1 on a penalty shoot-out following a 2–2 draw after extended time, becoming the first Asian team to win a FIFA World Cup final.

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Qualified teams

GroupWinnersRunners-up
A Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Flag of France.svg  France
B Flag of England.svg  England Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
C Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of the United States.svg  United States
D Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia

Bracket

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
9 July — Wolfsburg
 
 
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 0
 
13 July — Frankfurt
 
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan (a.e.t.)1
 
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 3
 
10 July — Augsburg
 
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 1
 
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 3
 
17 July — Frankfurt
 
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 1
 
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan (pen.)2 (3)
 
9 July — Leverkusen
 
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2 (1)
 
Flag of England.svg  England 1 (3)
 
13 July — Mönchengladbach
 
Flag of France.svg  France (pen.)1 (4)
 
Flag of France.svg  France 1
 
10 July — Dresden
 
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 3Third place
 
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 2 (3)
 
16 July — Sinsheim
 
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (pen.)2 (5)
 
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 2
 
 
Flag of France.svg  France 1
 

Quarterfinals

England vs. France

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France [2]
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ENGLAND:
GK1 Karen Bardsley Yellow card.svg 87'
RB2 Alex Scott Sub off.svg 81'
CB5 Faye White (c)
CB6 Casey Stoney
LB3 Rachel Unitt Sub off.svg 81'
CM4 Jill Scott Yellow card.svg 90+3'
CM8 Fara Williams Yellow card.svg 5'
RW12 Karen Carney
AM10 Kelly Smith
LW11 Rachel Yankey Sub off.svg 84'
CF9 Ellen White Yellow card.svg 77'
Substitutions:
MF16 Steph Houghton Sub on.svg 81'
DF20 Claire Rafferty Sub on.svg 81'
MF18 Anita Asante Sub on.svg 84'
Manager:
Hope Powell
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FRANCE:
GK1 Céline Deville
RB11 Laure Lepailleur
CB4 Laura Georges
CB20 Sabrina Viguier
LB8 Sonia Bompastor
CM6 Sandrine Soubeyrand (c)Sub off.svg 67'
CM15 Élise Bussaglia
RW10 Camille Abily
AM14 Louisa Necib Sub off.svg 79'
LW17 Gaëtane Thiney
CF18 Marie-Laure Delie
Substitutions:
FW12 Élodie Thomis Sub on.svg 67'
FW19 Sandrine Brétigny Sub on.svg 79'Sub off.svg 106'
CF9 Eugénie Le Sommer Sub on.svg 106'
Manager:
Bruno Bini

Player of the Match:
Camille Abily (France)

Assistant referees:
Anna Nyström (Sweden) [1]
Helen Karo (Sweden) [1]
Fourth official:
Christina W. Pedersen (Norway) [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.

Swedish Football Association association football governing body of Sweden

The Swedish Football Association also known as SvFF is the governing and body of football in Sweden. It organises the football leagues — Allsvenskan for men and Damallsvenskan for women — and the men's and women's national teams. It is based in Solna and is a founding member of both FIFA and UEFA. SvFF is supported by 24 district organisations.

Christina Westrum Pedersen is a Norwegian football referee.

Germany vs. Japan

Germany  Flag of Germany.svg0 – 1 (a.e.t.)Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
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Volkswagen-Arena, Wolfsburg
Attendance: 26,067
Referee: Quetzalli Alvarado (Mexico) [1]
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Germany [3]
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Japan [3]
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GERMANY:
GK1 Nadine Angerer
RB10 Linda Bresonik Sub off.svg 65'
CB5 Annike Krahn
CB3 Saskia Bartusiak
LB4 Babett Peter Yellow card.svg 105+1'
CM14 Kim Kulig Sub off.svg 8'
CM6 Simone Laudehr
RW18 Kerstin Garefrekes (c)
AM13 Célia Okoyino da Mbabi
LW7 Melanie Behringer
CF8 Inka Grings Sub off.svg 102'
Substitutions:
DF2 Bianca Schmidt Sub on.svg 8'
DF20 Lena Goeßling Sub on.svg 65'
FW11 Alexandra Popp Sub on.svg 102'
Manager:
Silvia Neid
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JAPAN:
GK21 Ayumi Kaihori
RB2 Yukari Kinga
CB3 Azusa Iwashimizu Yellow card.svg 55'
CB4 Saki Kumagai Yellow card.svg 115'
LB15 Aya Sameshima
CM6 Mizuho Sakaguchi Yellow card.svg 72'
CM10 Homare Sawa (c)Yellow card.svg 87'
RM11 Shinobu Ohno Sub off.svg 66'
LM8 Aya Miyama
CF7 Kozue Ando
CF17 Yūki Nagasato Sub off.svg 46'
Substitutions:
FW18 Karina Maruyama Sub on.svg 46'
FW20 Mana Iwabuchi Sub on.svg 66'Sub off.svg 116'
MF13 Rumi Utsugi Sub on.svg 116'
Manager:
Norio Sasaki

Player of the Match:
Homare Sawa (Japan)

Assistant referees:
Rita Munoz (Mexico) [1]
Mayte Chavez (Mexico) [1]
Fourth official:
Carol Anne Chenard (Canada) [1]

Mexican Football Federation governing body of association football in Mexico

The Mexican Football Federation is the governing body of association football in Mexico. It administers the Mexico national team, the Liga MX and all affiliated amateur sectors, and controls promoting, organizing, directing, expanding, and supervising competitive football in Mexico.

Canadian Soccer Association association football national governing body

The Canadian Soccer Association is the governing body of soccer in Canada. It is a national organization that oversees the Canadian men's and women's national teams for international play, as well as the respective junior sides. Within Canada, it oversees national professional and amateur club championships.

Sweden vs. Australia

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Impuls Arena, Augsburg
Attendance: 24,605
Referee: Silvia Reyes (Peru) [1]
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Sweden [4]
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Australia [4]
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SWEDEN:
GK1 Hedvig Lindahl
RB4 Annica Svensson Sub off.svg 90+2'
CB7 Sara Larsson
CB2 Charlotte Rohlin
LB6 Sara Thunebro
CM5 Caroline Seger (c)
CM17 Lisa Dahlkvist
RW16 Linda Forsberg Sub off.svg 67'
LW15 Therese Sjögran Yellow card.svg 67'
CF8 Lotta Schelin
CF14 Josefine Öqvist Sub off.svg 83'
Substitutions:
MF18 Nilla Fischer Yellow card.svg 81'Sub on.svg 67'
FW19 Madelaine Edlund Sub on.svg 83'
DF13 Lina Nilsson Sub on.svg 90+2'
Manager:
Thomas Dennerby
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AUSTRALIA:
GK1 Melissa Barbieri (c)
RB6 Ellyse Perry Sub off.svg 59'
CB10 Servet Uzunlar
CB3 Kim Carroll
LB8 Elise Kellond-Knight
RM9 Caitlin Foord
CM12 Emily van Egmond Sub off.svg 58'
CM14 Collette McCallum Sub off.svg 79'
LM7 Heather Garriock Yellow card.svg 80'
CF17 Kyah Simon Yellow card.svg 23'
CF11 Lisa De Vanna
Substitutions:
DF4 Clare Polkinghorne Sub on.svg 58'
MF13 Tameka Butt Sub on.svg 59'
MF15 Sally Shipard Sub on.svg 79'
Manager:
Flag of Scotland.svg Tom Sermanni

Player of the Match:
Lotta Schelin (Sweden)

Assistant referees:
Mariana Corbo (Uruguay) [1]
Maria Rocco (Argentina) [1]
Fourth official:
Dagmar Damková (Czech Republic) [1]

The Uruguayan Football Association is the governing body of football in Uruguay. It was founded in 1900, as The Uruguayan Association Football League, and affiliated to FIFA in 1923. It is a founding member of CONMEBOL and is in charge of the Uruguay national football team and the Campeonato Uruguayo de Fútbol, including the Uruguayan Primera División.

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.

Dagmar Damková Czech soccer player, soccer referee, educator and sports official

Dagmar Damková is a former Czech football referee and ex-chair of the FAČR referees committee, chair of the Czech Women's Football committee, member of the UEFA referees committee, member of the FIFA referees committee.

Brazil vs. United States

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Marta Soccerball shade.svg 68' (pen.), 92' Report Daiane Soccerball shade.svg 2' (o.g.)
Wambach Soccerball shade.svg 120+2'
Penalties
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Brazil [5]
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United States [5]
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BRAZIL:
GK1 Andréia
CB4 Aline (c)Yellow card.svg 44'
CB3 Daiane Rodrigues
CB13 Érika Yellow card.svg 117'
CM8 Formiga Sub off.svg 113'
CM7 Ester
RM14 Fabiana
LM2 Maurine Yellow card.svg 112'
AM11 Cristiane
AM10 Marta Yellow card.svg 45'
CF6 Rosana Sub off.svg 85'
Substitutions:
FW15 Francielle Sub on.svg 85'
DF5 Renata Costa Sub on.svg 113'
Manager:
Kleiton Lima
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UNITED STATES:
GK1 Hope Solo Yellow card.svg 67'
RB11 Ali Krieger
CB19 Rachel Buehler Red card.svg 65'
CB3 Christie Rampone (c)
LB6 Amy LePeilbet
CM7 Shannon Boxx Yellow card.svg 113'
CM10 Carli Lloyd Yellow card.svg 29'
RW9 Heather O'Reilly Sub off.svg 108'
LW12 Lauren Cheney Sub off.svg 55'
SS8 Amy Rodriguez Sub off.svg 72'
CF20 Abby Wambach
Substitutions:
MF15 Megan Rapinoe Yellow card.svg 90'Sub on.svg 55'
FW13 Alex Morgan Sub on.svg 72'
MF17 Tobin Heath Sub on.svg 108'
Manager:
Flag of Sweden.svg Pia Sundhage

Player of the Match:
Hope Solo (United States)

Assistant referees:
Allyson Flynn (Australia) [1]
Sarah Ho (Australia) [1]
Fourth official:
Etsuko Fukano (Japan) [1]

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.

Sarah Ho Australian soccer referee

Sarah May Yee Ho is an Australian soccer referee. She has been an assistant referee in both the W-League and the A-League competitions.

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.

Semifinals

France vs. United States

France  Flag of France.svg1 – 3Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Bompastor Soccerball shade.svg 55' Report Cheney Soccerball shade.svg 9'
Wambach Soccerball shade.svg 79'
Morgan Soccerball shade.svg 82'
Borussia-Park, Mönchengladbach
Attendance: 25,676
Referee: Kirsi Heikkinen (Finland) [6]
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France [7]
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United States [7]
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FRANCE:
GK16 Bérangère Sapowicz
RB11 Laure Lepailleur
CB4 Laura Georges
CB5 Ophélie Meilleroux
LB8 Sonia Bompastor
CM6 Sandrine Soubeyrand (c)Sub off.svg 78'
CM15 Élise Bussaglia
RW10 Camille Abily
AM14 Louisa Necib
LW17 Gaëtane Thiney
CF18 Marie-Laure Delie Sub off.svg 46'
Substitutions:
FW12 Eugénie Le Sommer Sub on.svg 46'
FW19 Élodie Thomis Yellow card.svg 90'Sub on.svg 78'
Manager:
Bruno Bini
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UNITED STATES:
GK1 Hope Solo
RB11 Ali Krieger
CB3 Christie Rampone (c)
CB4 Becky Sauerbrunn
LB6 Amy LePeilbet
RM9 Heather O'Reilly Sub off.svg 87'
CM10 Carli Lloyd Sub off.svg 65'
CM7 Shannon Boxx
LM12 Lauren Cheney
SS8 Amy Rodriguez Sub off.svg 56'
CF20 Abby Wambach
Substitutions:
FW13 Alex Morgan Sub on.svg 56'
MF15 Megan Rapinoe Sub on.svg 65'
MF17 Tobin Heath Sub on.svg 87'
Manager:
Flag of Sweden.svg Pia Sundhage

Player of the Match:
Abby Wambach (United States)

Assistant referees:
Tonja Paavola (Finland) [6]
Anu Jokela (Finland) [6]
Fourth official:
Christina W. Pedersen (Norway) [6]

Football Association of Finland sports governing body in Finland

The Football Association of Finland is the governing body of football in Finland. It was founded in Helsinki on 19 May 1907.

Japan vs. Sweden

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Sawa Soccerball shade.svg 60'
Report Öqvist Soccerball shade.svg 10'
Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt
Attendance: 45,434
Referee: Carol Anne Chenard (Canada) [6]
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Japan [8]
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Sweden [8]
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JAPAN:
GK21 Ayumi Kaihori
RB2 Yukari Kinga
CB3 Azusa Iwashimizu
CB4 Saki Kumagai
LB15 Aya Sameshima
CM6 Mizuho Sakaguchi
CM10 Homare Sawa (c)
RM11 Shinobu Ohno Sub off.svg 86'
LM8 Aya Miyama Sub off.svg 89'
CF7 Kozue Ando
CF9 Nahomi Kawasumi Sub off.svg 74'
Substitutions:
FW17 Yūki Nagasato Sub on.svg 74'
FW19 Megumi Takase Sub on.svg 86'
DF14 Megumi Kamionobe Sub on.svg 89'
Manager:
Norio Sasaki
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SWEDEN:
GK1 Hedvig Lindahl
RB4 Annica Svensson Yellow card.svg 70'
CB7 Sara Larsson
CB2 Charlotte Rohlin (c)
LB6 Sara Thunebro
CM20 Marie Hammarström Sub off.svg 69'
CM17 Lisa Dahlkvist
RW16 Linda Forsberg Sub off.svg 65'
LW15 Therese Sjögran
CF8 Lotta Schelin
CF14 Josefine Öqvist Sub off.svg 75'
Substitutions:
MF10 Sofia Jakobsson Sub on.svg 65'
FW9 Jessica Landström Sub on.svg 69'
MF11 Antonia Göransson Sub on.svg 75'
Manager:
Thomas Dennerby

Player of the Match:
Aya Miyama (Japan)

Assistant referees:
Rita Munoz (Mexico) [6]
Mayte Chavez (Mexico) [6]
Fourth official:
Therese Neguel (Cameroon) [6]

Third place play-off

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Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsheim
Attendance: 25,515
Referee: Kari Seitz (United States) [9]
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France [10]
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SWEDEN:
GK1 Hedvig Lindahl
RB4 Annica Svensson
CB7 Sara Larsson
CB2 Charlotte Rohlin
LM6 Sara Thunebro
CM18 Nilla Fischer (c)Sub off.svg 73'
CM17 Lisa Dahlkvist
RW16 Linda Forsberg Sub off.svg 62'
LW15 Therese Sjögran
CF8 Lotta Schelin
CF14 Josefine Öqvist Red card.svg 68'
Substitutions:
FW20 Marie Hammarström Sub on.svg 62'
MF3 Linda Sembrant Sub on.svg 73'
Manager:
Thomas Dennerby
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FRANCE:
GK16 Berangere Sapowicz Sub off.svg 32'
RB7 Corine Franco Sub off.svg 84'
CB4 Laura Georges
CB2 Wendie Renard
LB8 Sonia Bompastor
CM6 Sandrine Soubeyrand (c)
CM15 Elise Bussaglia
RW10 Camille Abily
AM14 Louisa Necib Sub off.svg 32'
LW17 Gaëtane Thiney
CF9 Eugenie Le Sommer
Substitutions:
GK1 Celine Deville Sub on.svg 32'
FW14 Élodie Thomis Sub on.svg 32'
DF9 Caroline Pizzala Sub on.svg 84'
Manager:
Bruno Bini

Player of the Match:
Sara Larsson (Sweden)

Assistant referees:
Marlene Duffy (United States) [9]
Veronica Perez (United States) [9]
Fourth official:
Quetzalli Alvarado (Mexico) [9]

Final

Japan  Flag of Japan.svg 2 – 2 (a.e.t.)Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Miyama Soccerball shade.svg 81'
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Report Morgan Soccerball shade.svg 69'
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Penalties
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Soccerball shad check.svg Wambach
Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt
Attendance: 48,817
Referee: Bibiana Steinhaus (Germany) [11]

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