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Womens World Cup Final 2019

1)When is Womens World Cup Final 2019?


The FIFA Womens World Cup Final 2019 is on July 7th at 8:30 pm (IST)



2) Who won the Last Womens World Cup Final?


United states Womens Soccer team won the last World Cup.



3) Where is Womens World Cup Final 2019 held?


The Womens World Cup Final 2019 will be held in Stade de Lyon, France



Here is a list of all the Women’s World Cup Final matches until today


S.NoYearWinnersRunnersHost
12019USANetherlandsFrance
22015USAJapanCanada
32011JapanUSAGermany
42007GermanyBrazilChina
52003GermanySwedenUSA
61999USAChinaUSA
71995NorwayGermanySweden
81991USANorwayChina


Womens World Cup Final 2019



United States of America v Netherlands : Final - 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup France


United States beat Netherlands 2-0 in the Final to lift Womens World Cup 2019. United States dominated the game with 17 shots and 10 shots on target while Netherlands managed only 5 shots overall and 1 shot on target. M. Rapinoe scored the first goal for United States at 61st minute and R. Lavelle Scored the winning goal at 69th minute to make sure United States win World Cup titles.



Club Atletico de Madrid Training Session - UEFA Europa League Final Previews



Lyon’s Stade de Lyon has been selected to host the Women’s World Cup Final 2019. Stade de Lyon will be the most featured stadium of the tournament, as it will host both the semi final and the final. It is France's highest capacity venue and can hold up to 59,186 spectators. It is one of the few stadiums in France which is actually owned by the club that plays in it, with Lyon spending around 400 million euros to develop a complex that can sustain it’s aspirations to be one of Europe’s elite clubs.


The stadium was designed by the same architects who built the Emirates and the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium. The stadium was opened in time for Euro 2016 and has hosted the 2017 Coupe de la Ligue final and last year’s Europa League final. It will also be one of the venues for the 2024 Summer Olympics.

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