2011 FIFA Women's World Cup knockout stage

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The knockout stage of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup consisted of the top two teams of each of the four groups. It began on July 9 and ended with the Final on July 17 2011.

Qualified teams[edit]

Group Winners Runners-up
A  Germany  France
B  England  Japan
C  Sweden  United States
D  Brazil  Australia

Bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
9 July — Wolfsburg        
  Germany  0
13 July — Frankfurt
  Japan (a.e.t.)  1  
  Japan  3
10 July — Augsburg
    Sweden  1  
  Sweden  3
17 July — Frankfurt
  Australia  1  
  Japan (pen.)  2 (3)
9 July — Leverkusen
    United States  2 (1)
  England  1 (3)
13 July — Mönchengladbach
  France (pen.)  1 (4)  
  France  1 Third place
10 July — Dresden
    United States  3  
  Brazil  2 (3)   Sweden  2
  United States (pen.)  2 (5)     France  1
16 July — Sinsheim

Quarterfinals[edit]

England vs. France[edit]

9 July 2011
18:00
England  1 – 1 (a.e.t.)  France
J. Scott Goal 59' Report Bussaglia Goal 87'
  Penalties  
Smith Penalty scored
Carney Penalty scored
Stoney Penalty scored
Rafferty Penalty missed
White Penalty missed
3 – 4 Penalty missed Abily
Penalty scored Bussaglia
Penalty scored Thiney
Penalty scored Bompastor
Penalty scored Le Sommer
BayArena, Leverkusen
Attendance: 26,395
Referee: Jenny Palmqvist (Sweden)[1]
England[2]
France[2]
England
ENGLAND:
GK 1 Karen Bardsley Booked 87'
RB 2 Alex Scott Substituted off 81'
CB 5 Faye White (c)
CB 6 Casey Stoney
LB 3 Rachel Unitt Substituted off 81'
CM 4 Jill Scott Booked 90+3'
CM 8 Fara Williams Booked 5'
RW 12 Karen Carney
AM 10 Kelly Smith
LW 11 Rachel Yankey Substituted off 84'
CF 9 Ellen White Booked 77'
Substitutions:
MF 16 Steph Houghton Substituted in 81'
DF 20 Claire Rafferty Substituted in 81'
MF 18 Anita Asante Substituted in 84'
Manager:
Hope Powell
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France
FRANCE:
GK 1 Céline Deville
RB 11 Laure Lepailleur
CB 4 Laura Georges
CB 20 Sabrina Viguier
LB 8 Sonia Bompastor
CM 6 Sandrine Soubeyrand (c) Substituted off 67'
CM 15 Élise Bussaglia
RW 10 Camille Abily
AM 14 Louisa Necib Substituted off 79'
LW 17 Gaëtane Thiney
CF 18 Marie-Laure Delie
Substitutions:
FW 12 Élodie Thomis Substituted in 67'
FW 19 Sandrine Brétigny Substituted in 79' Substituted off 106'
CF 9 Eugénie Le Sommer Substituted in 106'
Manager:
Bruno Bini

Player of the Match:
Camille Abily (France)

Assistant referees:
Anna Nyström (Sweden)[1]
Helen Karo (Sweden)[1]
Fourth official:
Christina W. Pedersen (Norway)[1]

Germany vs. Japan[edit]

9 July 2011
20:45
Germany  0 – 1 (a.e.t.)  Japan
Report Maruyama Goal 108'
Germany[3]
Japan[3]
Germany
GERMANY:
GK 1 Nadine Angerer
RB 10 Linda Bresonik Substituted off 65'
CB 5 Annike Krahn
CB 3 Saskia Bartusiak
LB 4 Babett Peter Booked 105+1'
CM 14 Kim Kulig Substituted off 8'
CM 6 Simone Laudehr
RW 18 Kerstin Garefrekes (c)
AM 13 Célia Okoyino da Mbabi
LW 7 Melanie Behringer
CF 8 Inka Grings Substituted off 102'
Substitutions:
DF 2 Bianca Schmidt Substituted in 8'
DF 20 Lena Goeßling Substituted in 65'
FW 11 Alexandra Popp Substituted in 102'
Manager:
Silvia Neid
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Japan
JAPAN:
GK 21 Ayumi Kaihori
RB 2 Yukari Kinga
CB 3 Azusa Iwashimizu Booked 55'
CB 4 Saki Kumagai Booked 115'
LB 15 Aya Sameshima
CM 6 Mizuho Sakaguchi Booked 72'
CM 10 Homare Sawa (c) Booked 87'
RW 11 Shinobu Ohno Substituted off 66'
LW 8 Aya Miyama
CF 7 Kozue Ando
CF 17 Yūki Nagasato Substituted off 46'
Substitutions:
FW 18 Karina Maruyama Substituted in 46'
FW 20 Mana Iwabuchi Substituted in 66' Substituted off 116'
MF 13 Rumi Utsugi Substituted in 116'
Manager:
Norio Sasaki

Player of the Match:
Homare Sawa (Japan)

Assistant referees:
Rita Munoz (Mexico)[1]
Mayte Chavez (Mexico)[1]
Fourth official:
Carol Anne Chenard (Canada)[1]

Sweden vs. Australia[edit]

10 July 2011
13:00
Sweden  3 – 1  Australia
Sjögran Goal 10'
Dahlkvist Goal 16'
Schelin Goal 52'
Report Perry Goal 40'
Impuls Arena, Augsburg
Attendance: 24,605
Referee: Silvia Reyes (Peru)[1]
Sweden[4]
Australia[4]
Sweden
SWEDEN:
GK 1 Hedvig Lindahl
RB 4 Annica Svensson Substituted off 90+2'
CB 7 Sara Larsson
CB 2 Charlotte Rohlin
LB 6 Sara Thunebro
CM 5 Caroline Seger (c)
CM 17 Lisa Dahlkvist
RW 16 Linda Forsberg Substituted off 67'
LW 15 Therese Sjögran Booked 67'
CF 8 Lotta Schelin
CF 14 Josefine Öqvist Substituted off 83'
Substitutions:
MF 18 Nilla Fischer Booked 81' Substituted in 67'
FW 19 Madelaine Edlund Substituted in 83'
DF 13 Lina Nilsson Substituted in 90+2'
Manager:
Thomas Dennerby
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Australia
AUSTRALIA:
GK 1 Melissa Barbieri (c)
RB 6 Ellyse Perry Substituted off 59'
CB 10 Servet Uzunlar
CB 3 Kim Carroll
LB 8 Elise Kellond-Knight
RM 9 Caitlin Foord
CM 12 Emily van Egmond Substituted off 58'
CM 14 Collette McCallum Substituted off 79'
LM 7 Heather Garriock Booked 80'
CF 17 Kyah Simon Booked 23'
CF 11 Lisa De Vanna
Substitutions:
DF 4 Clare Polkinghorne Substituted in 58'
MF 13 Tameka Butt Substituted in 59'
MF 15 Sally Shipard Substituted in 79'
Manager:
Scotland Tom Sermanni

Player of the Match:
Lotta Schelin (Sweden)

Assistant referees:
Mariana Corbo (Uruguay)[1]
Maria Rocco (Argentina)[1]
Fourth official:
Dagmar Damková (Czech Republic)[1]

Brazil vs. United States[edit]

10 July 2011
17:30
Brazil  2 – 2 (a.e.t.)  United States
Marta Goal 68' (pen.)92' Report Daiane Goal 2' (o.g.)
Wambach Goal 120+2'
  Penalties  
Cristiane Penalty scored
Marta Penalty scored
Daiane Penalty missed
Francielle Penalty scored
3 – 5 Penalty scored Boxx
Penalty scored Lloyd
Penalty scored Wambach
Penalty scored Rapinoe
Penalty scored Krieger
Brazil[5]
United States[5]
Brazil
BRAZIL:
GK 1 Andréia
CB 4 Aline (c) Booked 44'
CB 3 Daiane
CB 13 Érika Booked 117'
CM 8 Formiga Substituted off 113'
CM 7 Ester
RM 14 Fabiana
LM 2 Maurine Booked 112'
AM 11 Cristiane
AM 10 Marta Booked 45'
CF 6 Rosana Substituted off 85'
Substitutions:
FW 15 Francielle Substituted in 85'
DF 5 Renata Costa Substituted in 113'
Manager:
Kleiton Lima
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United States
UNITED STATES:
GK 1 Hope Solo Booked 67'
RB 11 Ali Krieger
CB 19 Rachel Buehler Red card 65'
CB 3 Christie Rampone (c)
LB 6 Amy LePeilbet
CM 7 Shannon Boxx Booked 113'
CM 10 Carli Lloyd Booked 29'
RW 9 Heather O'Reilly Substituted off 108'
LW 12 Lauren Cheney Substituted off 55'
SS 8 Amy Rodriguez Substituted off 72'
CF 20 Abby Wambach
Substitutions:
MF 15 Megan Rapinoe Booked 90' Substituted in 55'
FW 13 Alex Morgan Substituted in 72'
MF 17 Tobin Heath Substituted in 108'
Manager:
Sweden Pia Sundhage

Player of the Match:
Hope Solo (United States)

Assistant referees:
Allyson Flynn (Australia)[1]
Sarah Ho (Australia)[1]
Fourth official:
Etsuko Fukano (Japan)[1]

Semifinals[edit]

France vs. United States[edit]

13 July 2011
18:00
France  1 – 3  United States
Bompastor Goal 55' Report Cheney Goal 9'
Wambach Goal 79'
Morgan Goal 82'
France[7]
United States[7]
France
FRANCE:
GK 16 Bérangère Sapowicz
RB 11 Laure Lepailleur
CB 4 Laura Georges
CB 5 Ophélie Meilleroux
LB 8 Sonia Bompastor
CM 6 Sandrine Soubeyrand (c) Substituted off 78'
CM 15 Élise Bussaglia
RW 10 Camille Abily
AM 14 Louisa Necib
LW 17 Gaëtane Thiney
CF 18 Marie-Laure Delie Substituted off 46'
Substitutions:
FW 12 Eugénie Le Sommer Substituted in 46'
FW 19 Élodie Thomis Booked 90' Substituted in 78'
Manager:
Bruno Bini
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United States
UNITED STATES:
GK 1 Hope Solo
RB 11 Ali Krieger
CB 3 Christie Rampone (c)
CB 4 Becky Sauerbrunn
LB 6 Amy LePeilbet
RM 9 Heather O'Reilly Substituted off 87'
CM 10 Carli Lloyd Substituted off 65'
CM 7 Shannon Boxx
LM 12 Lauren Cheney
SS 8 Amy Rodriguez Substituted off 56'
CF 20 Abby Wambach
Substitutions:
FW 13 Alex Morgan Substituted in 56'
MF 15 Megan Rapinoe Substituted in 65'
MF 17 Tobin Heath Substituted in 87'
Manager:
Sweden Pia Sundhage

Player of the Match:
Abby Wambach (United States)

Assistant referees:
Tonja Paavola (Finland)[6]
Anu Jokela (Finland)[6]
Fourth official:
Christina W. Pedersen (Norway)[6]

Japan vs. Sweden[edit]

13 July 2011
20:45
Japan  3 – 1  Sweden
Kawasumi Goal 19'64'
Sawa Goal 60'
Report Öqvist Goal 10'
Japan[8]
Sweden[8]
Japan
JAPAN:
GK 21 Ayumi Kaihori
RB 2 Yukari Kinga
CB 3 Azusa Iwashimizu
CB 4 Saki Kumagai
LB 15 Aya Sameshima
CM 6 Mizuho Sakaguchi
CM 10 Homare Sawa (c)
RW 11 Shinobu Ohno Substituted off 86'
LW 8 Aya Miyama Substituted off 89'
CF 7 Kozue Ando
CF 9 Nahomi Kawasumi Substituted off 74'
Substitutions:
FW 17 Yūki Nagasato Substituted in 74'
FW 19 Megumi Takase Substituted in 86'
DF 14 Megumi Kamionobe Substituted in 89'
Manager:
Norio Sasaki
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Sweden
SWEDEN:
GK 1 Hedvig Lindahl
RB 4 Annica Svensson Booked 70'
CB 7 Sara Larsson
CB 2 Charlotte Rohlin (c)
LB 6 Sara Thunebro
CM 20 Marie Hammarström Substituted off 69'
CM 17 Lisa Dahlkvist
RW 16 Linda Forsberg Substituted off 65'
LW 15 Therese Sjögran
CF 8 Lotta Schelin
CF 14 Josefine Öqvist Substituted off 75'
Substitutions:
MF 10 Sofia Jakobsson Substituted in 65'
FW 9 Jessica Landström Substituted in 69'
MF 11 Antonia Göransson Substituted in 75'
Manager:
Thomas Dennerby

Player of the Match:
Aya Miyama (Japan)

Assistant referees:
Rita Munoz (Mexico)[6]
Mayte Chavez (Mexico)[6]
Fourth official:
Therese Neguel (Cameroon)[6]

Third place play-off[edit]

16 July 2011
17:30
Sweden  2 – 1  France
Schelin Goal 29'
M. Hammarström Goal 82'
Report Thomis Goal 56'
Sweden[10]
France[10]
Sweden
SWEDEN:
GK 1 Hedvig Lindahl
RB 4 Annica Svensson
CB 7 Sara Larsson
CB 2 Charlotte Rohlin
LM 6 Sara Thunebro
CM 18 Nilla Fischer (c) Substituted off 73'
CM 17 Lisa Dahlkvist
RW 16 Linda Forsberg Substituted off 62'
LW 15 Therese Sjögran
CF 8 Lotta Schelin
CF 14 Josefine Öqvist Red card 68'
Substitutions:
FW 20 Marie Hammarström Substituted in 62'
MF 3 Linda Sembrant Substituted in 73'
Manager:
Thomas Dennerby
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France
FRANCE:
GK 16 Berangere Sapowicz Substituted off 32'
RB 7 Corine Franco Substituted off 84'
CB 4 Laura Georges
CB 2 Wendie Renard
LB 8 Sonia Bompastor
CM 6 Sandrine Soubeyrand (c)
CM 15 Elise Bussaglia
RW 10 Camille Abily
AM 14 Louisa Necib Substituted off 32'
LW 17 Gaëtane Thiney
CF 9 Eugenie Le Sommer
Substitutions:
GK 1 Celine Deville Substituted in 32'
FW 14 Élodie Thomis Substituted in 32'
DF 9 Caroline Pizzala Substituted in 84'
Manager:
Bruno Bini

Player of the Match:
Sara Larsson (Sweden)

Assistant referees:
Marlene Duffy (United States)[9]
Veronica Perez (United States)[9]
Fourth official:
Quetzalli Alvarado (Mexico)[9]

Final[edit]

17 July 2011
20:45
Japan  2 – 2 (a.e.t.)  United States
Miyama Goal 81'
Sawa Goal 117'
Report Morgan Goal 69'
Wambach Goal 104'
  Penalties  
Miyama Penalty scored
Nagasato Penalty missed
Sakaguchi Penalty scored
Kumagai Penalty scored
3 – 1 Penalty missed Boxx
Penalty missed Lloyd
Penalty missed Heath
Penalty scored Wambach

References[edit]

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