List of FIFA Women's World Cup own goals

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This is a list of all own goals scored during FIFA Women's World Cup matches (not including qualification games).

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The only player to score two own goals is Angie Ponce from Ecuador, scoring two in her own net against Switzerland in 2015. She later scored Ecuador's first World Cup goals in the same match. [1]

List

Key
Player's team won the match
Player's team drew the match
Seq.PlayerTimeRepresentingGoalFinal
score
OpponentTournamentRoundDateFIFA
report
1. Julia Campbell 30'  New Zealand 0–10–4  Norway 1991, China First round19 November 1991 report
2. Sayuri Yamaguchi 70'  Japan 0–80–8  Sweden 19 November 1991 report
3. Ifeanyi Chiejine 19'  Nigeria 0–11–7  United States 1999, United States 24 June 1999 report
4. Hiromi Isozaki 26'  Japan 0–20–4  Norway 26 June 1999 report
5. Brandi Chastain 5'  United States 0–13–2  Germany Quarter-finals1 July 1999 report
6. Dianne Alagich 39'  Australia 1–11–2  Russia 2003, United States First round21 September 2003 report
7. Eva González 9'  Argentina 0–11–6  England 2007, China 17 September 2007 report
8. Trine Bjerke Rønning 42'  Norway 0–10–3  Germany Semifinals26 September 2007 report
9. Leslie Osborne 20'  United States 0–10–4  Brazil 27 September 2007 report
10. Daiane 2'  Brazil 0–12–2 aet   United States 2011, Germany Quarter-finals10 July 2011 report
11. Desire Oparanozie 21'  Nigeria 0–13–3  Sweden 2015, Canada First round8 June 2015 report
12. Angie Ponce 24'  Ecuador 0–11–10   Switzerland 12 June 2015 report
13. Angie Ponce 71'  Ecuador 0–81–10   Switzerland 12 June 2015 report
14. Jennifer Ruiz 9'  Mexico 0–20–5  France 17 June 2015 report
15. Laura Bassett 90'+2  England 1–21–2  Japan Semi-final1 July 2015 report
16. Julie Johnston 52'  United States 4–25–2  Japan Final5 July 2015 report

Statistics

References

  1. "Records tumble, holders advance and heavyweights collide". FIFA. 13 June 2015. Retrieved 13 June 2015.