England women's national football team

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August 20, 2022

The England women's national football team is the women's football team representing England and is operated by the England Football Association. A European football powerhouse known by the nickname 'The Lioness', they won their international debut 3-2 against Scotland on 19 November 1972.

International competition experience

FIFA Women's World Cup

Participated in 5 women's World Cup finals, and finished 3rd in 2015 and 4th in 2019.

UEFA European Women's Football Championship

Participated in 9 women's Euro tournament finals and lifted the first Euro championship trophy at home in 2022, the second major event for both men's and women's national teams in 56 years since the men's national team won the 1966 FIFA World Cup. reached the top They finished runners-up in 1984 and 2009, reached the semifinals in 1995 and 2017, and of course finished 4th in 1987, but at that time there were only 4 teams in the finals. Competition records are meaningless.

Other International Competition Experience

He made 2 appearances in the Algarve Cup and placed 8th in the 2005 competition, and 7 appearances in the Cyprus Cup, 4 of which were won 3 times (2009, 2013, 2015) and 1 runner-up (2014). ), along with Canada, holds the title of the most winning country in the Cyprus Cup. In addition, she won 2 of the 4 Mundialito competitions called the Little World Cup (1985 and 1988), reached the semi-finals of the 1979 unofficial European Women's Football Championships, and won the Sheviliv Cup once (2019). It also achieved good results in various international competitions, such as winning the 1st runner-up (2018).

Past World Cup results

1991: Elimination of qualifying rounds 1995: Quarterfinals 1999: Elimination of qualifying rounds 2003: Elimination of qualifying rounds 2007: Quarterfinals 2011: Quarterfinals 2015: 3rd place 2019: 4th place

UEFA European Women's Football Championship results

1984: Runner-up 1987: 4th place 1989: Elimination of qualifying rounds 1991: Elimination of qualifying rounds 1993: Elimination of qualifying rounds 1995: Quarterfinals 1997: Elimination of qualifying rounds 2001: Group stage 2005: Group stage 2009: Runner-up 2013: Group stage 2017: Quarterfinals 2022: Winner

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External Links

England Football Association official website