Women’s World Cup quarterfinals, 11 days to go…Japan is the only country with a winning record

By Park Ji-hyuk = The quarterfinals of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023 have been drawn.

France and Colombia were the last teams to qualify on Monday, completing the quarterfinals of the tournament.

Sweden (3rd)-Japan (11th), Spain (6th)-Netherlands (9th), England (4th)-Colombia (25th), and France (5th)-Australia (10th).

Of the eight nations, five are represented by UEFA, while two are represented by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), Japan and Australia. Colombia is the only South American representative.

Japan is the only country to have won a World Cup. They reached the pinnacle in 2011 in Germany.

The United States, the most decorated nation (four) and the first to win three consecutive Women’s World Cups, was eliminated in the round of 16 by Sweden on penalties.온라인카지노

Germany (2x) didn’t even make it out of Group H, while Norway (1x) packed their bags early with a 1-3 loss to Japan in the Round of 16.

Japan, led by top scorer Hinata Miyazawa with five goals, will play Sweden in the semifinals on Nov. 11.

European powerhouse Spain will look to reach their first ever quarterfinal when they take on defending champions Netherlands on the same day.

Co-hosts Australia will face France and Colombia will take on England on Dec. 12, both looking for their first quarterfinal berths.