Day Four at the FIFA Women's World Cup 2015 - Group Stage (9 June)

Day Four at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 – Group Stage (9 June)

Group E and F get underway in day four’s FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 action!

Keep an eye on all the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 fixtures and results.


(Match 9) Full-time: Brazil 2-0 Korea Republic Formiga 33′, Marta 53′ (pen) – 19:00 | Group E | Montreal

Brazil won their sixth Copa America Championship to book their spot at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015. Preparations for this tournament has improved compared to previous editions as the Brazilians set up a permanent residency programme, arranged quality international friendly matches including participating in the prestigious Algarve Cup. Korea Republic qualified for Canada 2015 by finishing fourth at the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2014, they recently earned a goalless draw away to USA.

BRAZIL
RECENT RESULTS:
09 Mar 15 | LOSS – Brazil 1-3 Germany
11 Mar 15 | WIN – Brazil 4-1 Switzerland
08 Apr 15 | LOSS – Germany 4-0 Brazil

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
6 Appearances | Best Performance: Runners-up (2007)

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
7

KOREA REPUBLIC
RECENT RESULTS:
09 Mar 15 | LOSS – Scotland 2-1 Korea Republic
11 Mar 15 | DRAW – Korea Republic 1-1 Belgium
30 May 15 | DRAW – USA 0-0 Korea Republic

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
1 Appearance | Best Performance: Group stage (2003)

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
18


(Match 10) Full-time: Spain 1-1 Costa Rica (Losada 13′, Rodriguez R 14′) – 16:00 | Group E | Montreal

Spain finished top of the UEFA qualifying group 2 and booked their place at their first ever Women’s World Cup. Their first tournament opponents Costa Rica are also making their debut. They booked their place at the top women’s football tournament after beating Trinidad and Tobago on penalties during their qualfiication.

SPAIN
RECENT RESULTS:
03 Mar 15 | DRAW – Spain 2-2 New Zealand
05 Mar 15 | DRAW – Spain 0-0 New Zealand
08 Apr 15 | WIN – Spain 1-0 Republic of Ireland
WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:

0 Appearances

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
14

COSTA RICA
RECENT RESULTS:
17 Oct 14 | WIN – Costa Rica 1-0 Mexico
26 Oct 14 | LOSS – Costa Rica 0-6 USA
25 May 15 | LOSS – Mexico 2-1 Costa Rica
WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:

0 Appearances

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
37

 

(Match 11) Full-time: France 1-0 England (Le Sommer 29′) – 14:00 | Group F | Moncton

Both these European teams booked their place at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 comfortably. France won all of their Group 7 qualifying matches, scoring 54 goals and conceding just 3 in the process. England were guided by new manager Mark Sampson to win all of their ten qualifying matches to earn their fourth appearance at a Women’s World Cup.

FRANCE
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Mar 15 | LOSS – France 0-2 USA
09 Apr 15 | WIN – France 1-0 Canada
28 May 15 | WIN – France 1-0 Scotland

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
2 Appearances | Best Performance: Fourth (2011)

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
3

ENGLAND
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Mar 15 | WIN – England 1-0 Canada
09 Apr 15 | WIN – England 2-1 China PR
29 May 15 | LOSS – Canada 1-0 England

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
3 Appearances | Best performance: Quarter-finals (1995, 2007, 2011)

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
6


(Match 12) Full-time: Colombia 1-1 Mexico (Veronica Perez 36′, Daniela Montoya 82′) – 17:00 | Group F | Moncton

Mexico had a tough qualification run at the CONCACAF Women’s Championship 2014, after a defeat against USA in the semi-finals, the Mexicans had to beat Trinidad and Tobago, which they did after extra-time. Colombia put on a very impressive performance at the 2014 Copa America, earning four wins from four games and a second place finish that secured their place at the World Cup.

COLOMBIA
RECENT RESULTS:
28 Nov 14 | LOSS – Colombia 0-2 Mexico
11 Apr 15 | WIN – Ecuador 1-4 Colombia
15 Apr 15 | WIN – Colombia 2-1 Ecuador

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
1 Appearance | Best Performance: Group stage (2011)

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
28

MEXICO
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Mar 15 | WIN – Italy 2-3 Mexico
18 May 15 | LOSS – USA 5-1 Mexico
25 May 15 | WIN – Mexico 2-1 Costa Rica

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
2 Appearances | Best Performance: Group stage (1999, 2011)

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
25

 

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35 Comments
  1. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Full-time: Brazil 2-0 Korea Republic (Formiga 33′, Marta 53′(pen))

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    WSU 4 years ago

    53′ GOAL! Brazil 2-0 Korea Republic (Marta scores from the penalty spot and becomes all-time leading goalscorer in Women’s World Cup history!)

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    WSU 4 years ago

    Second half is underway: Brazil 1-0 Korea Republic

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    WSU 4 years ago

    Half-time: Brazil 1-0 Korea Republic (Formiga 33′)

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    WSU 4 years ago

    GOAL! Brazil 1-0 Korea Republic (Formiga scores!)

  6. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    3′ Fabiana with a fantastic long-range effort is denied by the crossbar! Brazil 0-0 Korea Republic

  7. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Match underway: Brazil 0-0 Korea Republic

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    WSU 4 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    Luciana, Fabiana, Mônica, Rafaelle, Tamires, Formiga, Andressa, Thaisa, Marta (c), Cristiane, Andressa Alves

    KIM Jungmi, LEE Eunmi, SHIM Seojeon, KIM Doyeon, KIM Hyeri, CHO Sohyun (c), KWON Hahnul, JEON Gaeul, Ji Soyun, Kang Yumi, Yoo Younga

  9. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Full-Time: Colombia 1-1 Mexico (Veronica Perez 36′, Daniela Montoya 82′)

  10. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    82′ GOAL! Colombia 1-1 Mexico (D.Montoya scores!)

  11. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Second half underway: Spain 1-1 Costa Rica

  12. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Second half underway: Colombia 0-1 Mexico

  13. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Half-time: Spain 1-1 Costa Rica (Losada 13′, Rodriguez Cedeno 14′)

  14. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Half-time: Colombia 0-1 Mexico (Perez 35′)

  15. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    35′ GOAL! Colombia 0-1 Mexico (Perez scores!)

  16. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    14′ GOAL! Spain 1-1 Costa Rica (Rodriguez Cedeno scores the equaliser!)

  17. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    13′ GOAL! Spain 1-0 Costa Rica (Losada scores!)

  18. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Match underway: Colombia 0-0 Mexico

  19. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Match underway: Spain 0-0 Costa Rica

  20. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    Spain line-up: Tirapu, Jimenez, Landa, Pablos, Bermudez, Boquete (c), Hermoso, Losada, Torrejon, Paredes, Putellas

    Costa Rica line-up: Diaz, Saenz, Sanchez, Herrera, Venegas, Cruz (c), Rodriguez Cedeno, Rodriguez, Barrantes, Alvarado, Acosta

  21. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    Colombia line-up: Castano, Gaitan (c), Ospina, Montoya, Velasquez, Rincon, Usme, Clavijo, N.Arias, Andrade, C.Arias

    Mexico line-up: C.Santiago, K.Robles, CH.Murillo, A.Garciamendez, V.Miranda, N,Rangel (c), CH.Corral, S.Mayor, Ocampo, Perez, Cuellar

  22. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Full-time: France 1-0 England (Le Sommer 29′)

  23. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    87′ France sub: Lavogez IN, Necib OUT

  24. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    81′ France sub: Élise Bussaglia IN, Le Sommer OUT

  25. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    76′ England sub: Moore IN, Chapman OUT

  26. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    71′ France sub: Dali IN, Thomis OUT

  27. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    68′ England sub: Kirby IN, A.Scott OUT

  28. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    60′ England sub: Duggan IN, White OUT

  29. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Second half is underway: France 1-0 England

  30. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Half-time: France 1-0 England (Le Sommer 29′)

  31. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    29′ GOAL! France 1-0 England (Le Sommer with a great strike!)

  32. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    4′ Weather is taking a turn for the worse in Moncton. France 0-0 England

  33. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Group F match underway: France 0-0 England

  34. Asa 4 years ago

    England line up: BARDSLEY, A.SCOTT, RAFFERTY, WILLIAMS, HOUGHTON, BASSETT, J.SCOTT, ALUKO, BRONZE, CHAPMAN, WHITE

  35. Asa 4 years ago

    France Line up: BOUHADDI, RENARD, BOULLEAU, GEORGES, HENRY, HOUARA, LE SOMMER, ABILY, THOMIS, NECIB, THINEY

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