Women FIFA World Cup 2023:
The Women FIFA World Cup 2023 jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand, featuring 32 teams concluded recently.
- The final match was held on 20 August 2023 where Spain defeated England 1-0 to lift their first-ever World Cup trophy.
- With this win, Spain also became only the second nation to clinch both the men’s and the women’s World Cups after Germany.
- Spain sealed a thrilling 1-0 win vs England in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 final, at the Accor Stadium in Sydney on Sydney.
- Spanish captain Olga Carmona’s first-half goal proved to be the difference maker as her side kept hold of the lead.
- Meanwhile, England came closest in the first-half when Lauren Hemp was denied by the woodwork.
- The win also helped Spain clinch their maiden WWC title.