Germany women's national football team

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August 12, 2022

The German women's national football team (German: Deutsche Fußballnationalmannschaft der Frauen) is the women's national football team representing Germany and is operated by the German Football Association. Together with the United States, the team is considered one of the strongest women's soccer teams in the world, and on November 10, 1982, in their international debut match against Switzerland, they won 5-1.

Overview

It is also the first country to win two consecutive FIFA Women's World Cups and the only country to have won both the FIFA Men's World Cup and the FIFA Women's World Cup, as well as the UEFA European Men's Football Championship and the UEFA European Women's Football Championship.

International competition experience

FIFA Women's World Cup

From 1991 to 2019, he participated in all 8 finals of the competition, and among them, he rose to the top twice in a row in 2003 and 2007, and was runner-up in the previous 1995 competition. Without being eliminated from the group stage, they have consistently recorded more than the quarterfinals.

UEFA European Women's Football Championship

After making her first appearance at the UEFA European Women's Football Championship in 1989, she has competed in the finals of the Women's Euro Championship 10 times in a row until 2017. .

Summer Olympics

He participated in the Olympic soccer finals five times and won an Olympic gold medal for the first time in 2016, and won a bronze medal in the previous three tournaments (2000, 2004, 2008). succeeded in acquiring

Other International Competition Experience

In 2007, he was ranked 8th in the Algarve Cup, where he participated 12 times and won 3 championships (2006, 2012, 2014) and 3 runners-up (2005, 2010, 2013) in 6 competitions. Except for that, in 10 competitions, he finished 4th or higher.

grades

FIFA Women's World Cup

1991: 4th place 1995: Runner-up 1999: Quarterfinals 2003: Winner 2007: Winner 2011: Quarterfinals 2015: 4th place 2019: Quarterfinals

Olympics

1996: Group stage 2000: 3rd place 2004: 3rd place 2008: 3rd place 2012: Failed to advance 2016: Winner 2020: Failure to advance

UEFA European Women's Football Championship

West Germany 1984-1987: Failed to advance 1989: Winner Germany 1991: Winner 1993: 4th place 1995: Winner 1997: Winner 2001: Winner 2005: Winner 2009: Winner 2013: Winner 2017: Quarterfinals

See also

Germany national football team

External Links

official website