How Much Do You Know About the Women’s World Cup?
Until 1991, the FIFA World Cup was strictly a men’s tournament. Since its inaugural tournament in 1991, the Women’s World Cup has emerged as one of the most exciting and highly anticipated events in sports in the world. As the popularity grew for the Women’s World Cup, so did the countries participating. From Central America to South America, it seems that every four years we are treated with another new country making its first appearance in the tournament, a commonality in a sport that is rapidly gaining prestige and popularity.
Take a look at the full list of the world’s best women’s soccer teams that are playing in the 2023 tournament, and you will see just how fast this sport has grown across the globe. Haiti, Zambia, Philippines, and Vietnam are four teams that are making their inaugural trip to the World Cup, and fans should be ready for a battle for each and every point. Even Costa Rica is back for their second appearance.
Are you ready to win the penalty shootout and see just how much you really know about the Women’s World Cup?
Women's World Cup
The FIFA Women's World Cup is an international football tournament held every four years, featuring the best women's soccer national teams in the world. It is the only women's tournament where you can see all the best women's soccer players showing off their talent at the same time while competing to become World Champions.
Since 1991, the women's game has grown in popularity and is now one of the premier events in women's soccer globally. As the world catches up to the United States in women's soccer, the sport will continue to grow until there is no longer a country that has not made it to the FIFA Women's World Cup at least once.