Rio 2016 Gold Medal match

Gold medal match: Sweden v Germany | Rio 2016 Olympic Games (19 August)

Our Rio 2016 Olympic Women’s Football Gold Medallists will be crowned today! Will it be Sweden or Germany?

Two European nations will contest the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Gold medal match today (Friday, 19 August) at 17:30 local time at Maracanã.

Road to the Gold medal match

Sweden beat South Africa (1-0), drew against China PR (0-0) and suffered a 5-1 defeat against Brazil during the group stage. They knocked out the world champions USA in the quarter-finals on penalties before beating the hosts Brazil on penalties.

Germany beat Zimbabwe (6-1), drew with Australia (2-2) and were defeated by Canada (2-1). In the quarter-final they beat China PR (1-0), and knocked out Canada in the semi-final with a 2-0 win.

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Live updates from Rio 2016 Olympic Women’s Football – Gold medal match

2 Comments
  1. Harry 3 years ago

    Sorry apologies for the timing first of all

    Carol Anne Chenard will lead the Olympic Final of 2016! Fully deserved for the Canadian team to my eyes, having lead two previous matches, Brazil – Sweden & Brazil – Australia showing acomplished performances. For Chenard it is a first senior final, she took charge of Japan – Sweden in the 2011 World Cup Semifinal, and has refereed two Under20 World Cup Finals. She is joined by her usual team of Canadian Assistant Referees. The team is completed by a CONMEBOL duo

    Rio de Janeiro, 22:30 CET
    Sweden – Germany
    REF: Carol Anne Chenard (CAN)
    AR1: Marie-Josee Charbonneau (CAN)
    AR2: Suzanne Morisset (CAN)
    4th: Olga Miranda (PAR)
    Res. AR: Yoleida Lara (VEN)

    All the best to the team tonight!

    • Author
      WSU 3 years ago

      Thank you Harry.

      And thank you for all your articles about the officiating at Rio 2016. It was very interesting to read and gave us a much more detailed insight into that side of the tournament, we appreciate it.

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