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FIFA Women’s World Cup Records – Will They Be Broken in 2023?

The FIFA Women’s World Cup has been the stage for Thrilling or breathtaking moments and astonishing records that have left a lasting impression on football enthusiasts or Football fans across the globe/worldwide. As we eagerly awaited the 2023 edition, let’s start/embark on a journey to explore the most remarkable records ever achieved in this tournament’s or world cup history and ponder the possibility of new feats that may unfold this year.

Breaking Barriers: Most Goals Scored at a FIFA Women’s World Cup

In the enthusiastic & illustrious history of the FIFA Women’s Cup, one name shines brighter than the rest – Michelle Akers. In the inaugural 1991 tournament, Akers engrave or etched her name in the record books for most goal scored in a single women’s world cup match & tournament by scoring stunning or an awe-inspiring 5 goals[1 penalty] in a single match and ten goals in same or single Tournament. Her relentless pursuit of excellence propelled the United States to glory and set a standard that has stood the test of time. As we look to the 2023 edition, the stage is set for new legendry footballer to emerge, hoping to surpass Akers‘ remarkable feat and engrave or etch their names in football history. The Women’s World Cup has witnessed remarkable goal-scoring feats throughout its history. From record-breaking matches to outstanding tournament performances, here are some of the most notable records in the competition’s history:

Most Scored Goals in a Single Women’s World Cup Match & Tournament

DatePlayerScoreGoal[Penalty]CountryOpponent
Nov. 24, 1991Michelle Akers7-05[1]USAChina
Jun. 11, 2019Alex Morgan13-05USAThailand
Jun. 18, 2019Sam Kerr4-14AustraliaJamaica
Most Scored Goals in a Single Women’s World Cup Match
Note: Akers and Morgan hold the record for the most goals scored in a single Women's World Cup match, each netting five goals. Kerr's four-goal haul against Jamaica in 2019 is the only instance of a player scoring four goals in a Women's World Cup game.
PlayerGoalsYearCountry
Michelle Akers101991USA
Sissi71999Brazil
Sun Wen71999China
Birgit Prinz72003Germany
Marta72007Brazil
Most Goals in a Single Women’s World Cup Tournament
Note: Michelle Akers holds the record for the most goals scored in a single Women's World Cup tournament, with 10 goals in the 1991 edition. No other player has surpassed this remarkable achievement, with the highest goal tally in subsequent tournaments being seven.

Most Goals scored in a Women’s World Cup Career

PlayerGoalsyearsCountry
Marta172003, 2007, 2011, 2015, 2019Brazil
Birgit Prinz141995, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011Germany
Abby Wambach142003, 2007, 2011, 2015USA
Michelle Akers121991, 1995, 1999USA
Cristiane112003, 2007, 2011, 2015, 2019Brazil
Sun Wen111991, 1995, 1999, 2003China
Bettina Wiegmann111991, 1995, 1999, 2003Germany
Note: Marta, the legendary Brazilian forward, holds the record for the most goals scored in Women's World Cup career with 17 goals. Her impressive record spans multiple tournaments, and she will have the opportunity to add to her tally in the upcoming 2023 Women's World Cup.

Youthful Brilliance & Ageless marvels

Youthful Brilliance: Youngest Goal Scorer at a FIFA Women’s World Cup, Moments of brilliance can come from the unlikeliest of sources, and Elena Danilova proved just that in the 2003 Women’s World Cup. At the tender age of 16 years and 107 days, Danilova showcased her immense talent by scoring a goal for Russia. As we anticipate the 2023 edition, the footballing world eagerly awaits the rise of young stars who may shatter this record and capture the imagination of fans around the globe.

Ageless Marvels: Oldest Goal Scorer at a FIFA Women’s World Cup:- Formiga, a true legend of the game, defied age and engrave/etched her name in history during the 2015 Women’s World Cup. At the age of 37 years and 98 days, she showcased her enduring class by finding the back of the net for Brazil. In the forthcoming 2023 edition, players like Christine Sinclair, Megan Rapinoe, and Marta will strive to prove that age is merely a number as they aim to surpass Formiga’s record and inspire future generations.

Guardians of the Goal: Most Clean Sheets Kept at a FIFA Women’s World Cup

In the annals of the Women’s World Cup, Nadine Angerer’s name reverberates as a symbol of goalkeeping brilliance. In 2007, Angerer achieved an astonishing feat by keeping a clean sheet throughout the tournament, showcasing her unmatched skills and nerves of steel. As the 2023 edition approaches, the world’s best goalkeepers will endeavor to emulate Angerer’s extraordinary achievement, striving to etch their names alongside hers in the record books.

Conclusion

The FIFA Women’s World Cup has consistently provided us with unforgettable moments and astonishing records that have transcended the boundaries of the sport. As we eagerly await the 2023 edition,women’s world cup 2023 start date is 20 July, 2023. we anticipate the birth of new legends who will leave an indelible mark on the tournament’s history. The stage is set for remarkable achievements, inspiring performances, and groundbreaking records that will captivate the hearts and minds of football fans worldwide.

Let us celebrate the past, embrace the present, and anxiously await the extraordinary to unfold in the remarkable journey that is the FIFA World Cup 2023. As of Now a lot of questions arises in your mind i.e., women’s world cup odds? , women’s world cup standings and more, so let’s dive into the articles of FOOTBALL-FEEDS and, Till 20 Aug, 2023(women’s world cup final) we will discuss about the records, scores, News & more about football stuffs.

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