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2019 Women's World Cup

Monday Morning Wakeup: All 24 WWC qualifiers and their histories

The following 24 countries will take part in the eighth Women’s World Cup next June and July in France. Here they are along with their history at the event.

Host

France
2003: Group Stage
2011: Fourth Place (l. United States in semifinal)
2015: Quarterfinals (l. Germany)

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UEFA (8)

England
1995: Quarterfinals (l. Germany)
2007: Quarterfinals (l. United States)
2011: Quarterfinals (l. France)
2015: Third Place (l. Japan in semifinal)

Germany
1991: Fourth Place (l. United States in semifinal)
1995: Runners-up (l. Norway)
1999: Quarterfinals (l. United States)
2003: WORLD CHAMPIONS
2007: WORLD CHAMPIONS
2011: Quarterfinals (l. Japan)
2015: Fourth Place (l. United States in semifinal)

Italy
1991: Quarterfinals (l. Norway)
1999: Group Stage

Netherlands
2015: Round of 16 (l. Japan)

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Norway
1991: Runners-up (l. United States)
1995: WORLD CHAMPIONS
1999: Fourth Place (l. China in semifinal)
2003: Quarterfinals (l. United States)
2007: Fourth Place (l. Germany in semifinal)
2011: Group Stage
2015: Round of 16 (l. England)

Scotland
First appearance

Spain
2015: Group Stage

Sweden
1991: Third Place (l. Norway in semifinal)
1995: Quarterfinals (l. China)
1999: Quarterfinals (l. Norway)
2003: Runners-up (l. Germany)
2007: Group Stage
2011: Third Place (l. Japan in semifinal)
2015: Round of 16 (l. Germany)

Asia (5)

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Australia
1995: Group Stage
1999: Group Stage
2003: Group Stage
2007: Quarterfinals (l. Brazil)
2011: Quarterfinals (l. Sweden)
2015: Quarterfinals (l. Japan)

China
1991: Quarterfinals (l. Sweden)
1995: Fourth Place (l. Germany in semifinal)
1999: Runner-up (l. United States)
2003: Quarterfinals (l. Canada)
2007: Quarterfinals (l. Norway)
2015: Quarterfinals (l. United States)

Japan
1991: Group Stage
1995: Quarterfinals (l. United States)
1999: Group Stage
2003: Group Stage
2007: Group Stage
2011: WORLD CHAMPIONS
2015: Runner-up (l. United States)

South Korea
2003: Group Stage
2015: Round of 16 (l. France)

Thailand
2015: Group Stage

Concacaf (3)

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Canada
1995: Group Stage
1999: Group Stage
2003: Fourth Place (l. Sweden in semifinal)
2007: Group Stage
2011: Group Stage
2015: Quarterfinals (l. England)

Jamaica
First appearance

United States
1991: WORLD CHAMPIONS
1995: Third Place (l. Norway in semifinal)
1999: WORLD CHAMPIONS
2003: Third Place (l. Germany in semifinal)
2007: Third Place (l. Brazil in semifinal)
2011: Runners-up (l. Japan)
2015: WORLD CHAMPIONS

South America (3)

Argentina
2003: Group Stage
2007: Group Stage

Brazil
1991: Group State
1995: Group Stage
1999: Third Place (l. United States in semifinal)
2003: Quarterfinals (l. Sweden)
2007: Runners-up (l. Germany)
2011: Quarterfinals (l. United States)
2015: Round of 16 (l. Australia)

Chile
First appearance

Africa (3)

Cameroon
2015: Round of 16 (l. China)

Nigeria
1991: Group Stage
1995: Group Stage
1999: Quarterfinals (l. Brazil)
2003: Group Stage
2007: Group Stage
2011: Group Stage
2015: Group Stage

South Africa
First appearance

Oceania (1)

New Zealand
1991: Group Stage
2007: Group Stage
2011: Group Stage
2015: Group Stage

World WoSo Tables

England


W

L

D

GF

GA
PTS
Arsenal 9 1 0 42 7 27
Manchester City 7 0 3 32 6 24
Birmingham City 7 2 1 14 7 22
Chelsea 5 1 4 11 5 16
Reading 5 3 2 15 11 17
West Ham United 4 5 1 11 19 13
Bristol City 3 4 2 7 14 11
Liverpool 3 7 0 6 17 9
Everton 1 6 2 7 18 5
Brighton and Hove Albion WFC 1 8 1 7 24 4
Yeovil Town 1 9 0 6 30 3

The latest: Manchester City saved any suspense on the championship by cutting down previously unbeaten/untied Arsenal 2-0 on a brace from Georgia Stanway. Man City are now within three points of Arsenal with Birmingham City two points further back. Meanwhile Everton beat Liverpool 2-1 for their first win of the season. The three points moved them off the bottom by two spaces over Brighton and Hove and new bottom dwellers, Yeovil Town. There is one relegation spot in the FA WSL this season.

France


W

L

D

GF

GA

PTS
Lyon 11 0 1 49 3 34
Paris Saint-Germain 10 0 2 29 5 32
Montpellier 6 4 2 30 11 20
Paris 5 4 3 23 17 18
Bordeaux 5 5 2 12 15 17
Guingamp 4 5 3 13 21 15
Dijon 4 6 2 18 22 14
Fleury 91 3 4 5 12 17 14
Soyaux 3 5 4 9 22 13
Lille 2 5 5 9 24 11
Metz 3 8 1 10 35 10
Rodez 0 10 2 8 30 2

The latest: Lyon smashed Guingamp 7-0 while Paris Saint-Gemanin took care of Soyaux 2-0 to maintain perpetual status quo atop the league. Montpellier rose to third by winning for a fourth straight time (d. Fleury 91, 3-1) and are now unbeaten in five after withstanding five straight without a victory. Lille knocked off Paris, 2-1 and are a point clear of Metz for the drop zone. That leaves winless Rodez nearly certain to go down a full nine points off the pace.

Germany


W

L

D

GF

GA

PTS
Wolfsburg 10 0 0 48 2 30
Bayern Munich 7 1 2 29 13 23
Turbine Potsdam 7 2 1 32 7 22
SGS Essen 5 2 3 20 14 18
Hoffenheim 5 4 1 24 15 16
FFC Frankfurt 5 4 1 22 18 16
SC Sand 4 4 2 12 14 14
Freiburg 3 5 2 16 17 11
Duisburg 3 6 1 14 27 10
Bayer Leverkusen 2 7 1 10 37 7
Werder Bremen 1 8 1 6 24 4
Borussia Monchengladbach 0 9 1 6 51 1

The latest: Wolfsburg conceded for only the second time this season but two quick goals just before halftime created a 3-1 cushion over Hoffenheim that stuck until the final whistle. The goals were scored by Pernille Harder and Ewa Pajor who are running 1-2 in the Golden Boot race. It was a brace for Harder who trails Pajor 14-9.

Spain


W

L

D

GF

GA
PTS
Atletico Madrid 10 1 0 40 8 30
Barcelona 9 0 2 35 6 29
Levante 8 1 2 27 6 26
Real Betis 6 4 1 19 12 19
Athletic Club 5 2 4 17 11 19
Rayo Vallecano 5 5 1 14 19 16
Granadilla Tenerife 5 5 1 14 20 16
Valencia 3 2 6 14 13 14
Real Sociedad 4 5 2 18 21 14
Espanyol 4 6 1 7 16 13
Malaga 4 6 1 10 25 13
Albacete 3 5 3 20 28 11
Logrono 2 6 3 12 24 9
Madrid 2 8 1 12 26 7
Sevilla 2 9 0 12 25 6
Sporting de Huelva 1 8 2 7 18 5

The latest: While the usual suspects keep winning there is now a five-way tie for the league lead in goals. Aitana Bonmati (Barcelona), Priscila Borja Moreno (Real Betis), Charlyn Corral (Levante), Jennifer Hermoso (Atletico Madrid), and Alba Redondo (Albacete) are all on eight goals for the season. No one else has seven.

Australia


W

L

D

GF

GA

PTS
Melbourne Victory 4 0 1 9 4 13
Perth Glory 2 0 2 13 7 8
Adelaide United 2 0 2 4 1 8
Canberra United 2 2 1 8 7 7
Brisbane Roar 2 1 1 3 2 7
Newcastle Jets 2 2 0 3 3 6
Melbourne City FC 1 3 1 6 11 4
Sydney FC 1 3 0 6 8 3
Western Sydney Wanderers 0 5 0 1 10 0

The latest: Melbourne Victory opened up a five-point lead at the top of the table with a 2-1 victory over Western Sydney Wanderers. It was the first goal of the season for the Wanderers who are still looking for their first point. Sydney FC dropped to eighth meaning the Sydney clubs occupy the bottom two positions. Look for Tim Grainey’s full review of Week 5 on Tuesday.

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