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Awards and New Records in FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019

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USA Women’s National Team holds the golden trophy for their back to back championship in FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in France today July 7th. The nation celebrates with them!

See the list of awards and new records set this FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019.

FWWC Awards:

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Megan Rapinoe 15 (USA) – Golden Boot and Golden Ball awardee.

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Alex Morgan 13 (USA) – Silver Boot awardee.

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Ellen White 18 (ENG) – Bronze Boot awardee.

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Lucy Bronze 2 (ENG) – Silver Ball awardee.

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Rose Lavelle 16 (USA) – Bronze Ball awardee.

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Sari Van Veenendaal 1 (NED) – Golden Glove awardee

New List of Records for FWWC:

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– This is the fourth World Cup title for the USA (1991, 1999, 2015, 2019).

– USA set a new record for the most scored goals in FWWC with 26 goals.

– Jill Ellis USA head coach is the first coach to won two FWWC title.

– Megan Rapinoe as the oldest player to score in the finals of FWWC.

Congratulations to USA and to all awardees!

Spain Wins First World Cup Game vs South Africa

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Spain was down 0-1 vs South Africa but came back scoring 3 goals to get their first win in the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019!

Giulia Gwinn Ready for FIFA Women’s World Cup

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Giulia Gwinn the teenage phenom of Germany is ready to take on the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019. They are playing against China in their first match today.

Giulia Gwinn Germany FIFA Womens World Cup
Giulia Gwinn of Germany for FIFA Womens World Cup. (Photo by Maja Hitij – FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Qatar May Lose Hosting Privilege

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Qatar may lose hosting privileges

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