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2011 Women's World Cup this week ...
July 3rd, 2011 10:31PM

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[SCOREBOARD] Brazil became the sixth team to qualify for the quarterfinals of the Women's World Cup with a 3-0 win over Norway. Marta scored her first two goals of the tournament. Norway and Australia, a 3-2 winner over Equatorial Guinea, will fight it out for the other berth in the quarterfinals from Group D. For the complete schedule ...

Group A
June 26 in Berlin
Germany 2 Canada 1.
Goals: Garefrekes 10, Okoyino da Mbabi 42; Sinclair 82. Att.: 73,680.
June 26 in Sinsheim
France 1 Nigeria 0.
Goal: Delie 56. Att.: 25,475.
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June 30 in Bochum

France 4 Canada 0.
Goals: Thiney 24, 60, Abily 66, Thomis 83. Att.: 16,591.
June 30 in Frankfurt
Germany 1 Nigeria 0.
Goal: Laudehr 54. Att.: 48,817.
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July 5 in Moenchengladbach
France vs. Germany, 2:45 pm ET (ESPN/ESPN3.com)
July 5 in Dresden
Canada vs. Nigeria, 2:45 pm ET  (ESPN2/ESPN3.com)
 
Group B
June 27 in Bochum
Japan 2 New Zealand 1.
Goals: Nagasato 6, Miyama 68; Hearn 12. Att; 12,538.
June 27 in Wolfsburg
Mexico 1 England 1.
Goals: Ocampo 33; Williams 21. Att.: 18,702.

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July 1 in Leverkusen
Japan 4 Mexico 0.
Goals: Sawa 13, 39, 80, Ohno 15. Att.: 22,291.
July 1 in Dresden
England 2 New Zealand 1.
Goals: Scott 63, Clarke 81; Gregorius 18. Att.: 19,910.
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July 5 in Augsburg
England vs. Japan, 12:15 pm ET  (ESPN/ESPN3.com)
July 5 in Sinsheim
New Zealand vs. Mexico, 12:15 pm ET  (ESPN2/ESPN3.com/Galavision)

Group C
June 28 in Dresden
USA 2 North Korea 0.
Goals: Cheney 54, Buehler 76. Att.: 21,859.
June 28 in Leverkusen
Sweden 1 Colombia 0.
Goal: Landstrom 57. Att.: 21,859.
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July 2 in Sinsheim
USA 3 Colombia 0.
Goals: O’Reilly 12, Rapinoe 50, Lloyd 57. Att.: 25,475.
July 2 in Augsburg
North Korea 1 Sweden 0.
Goals: Dalhqvist 68. Att.: 23,768.
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July 6 in Wolfsburg
Sweden vs. USA, 2:45 pm ET (ESPN/ESPN3.com/Galavision)
July 6 in Bochum
North Korea vs. Colombia, 2:45 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPN3.com)

Group D
June 29 in Moenchengladbach
Brazil 1 Australia 0.
Goal: Rosana 54. Att.: 27,258.
June 29 in Augsburg
Norway 1 Equatorial Guinea 0.
Goal: Haavi 84. Att.: 12,928.
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July 3 in Wolfsburg
Brazil 3 Norway 0.
Goals: Marta 22, 48, Rosana 46. Att.: 26,067.
July 3 in Bochum
Australia 3 Equatorial Guinea 2.
Goals: Khamis 8, van Edmond 48, De Vanna 51;
Anonman 21, 83. Att.: 15,640.
July 6 in Frankfurt
Equatorial Guinea vs. Brazil, 12 pm ET  (ESPN/ESPN3.com)
July 6 in Leverkusen
Australia vs. Norway, 12 pm ET  (ESPN2/ESPN3.com)

Quarterfinals
July 9 in Wolfsburg
1A vs. 2B (#25), 2:45 pm ET (ESPN/ESPN3.com/Galavision)
July 9 in Leverkusen
1B vs. 2A (#26), 12 pm ET (ESPN/ESPN3.com)
July 10 in Augsburg
1C vs. 2D (#27), 7 am ET (ESPN/ESPN3.com)
July 10 in Dresden
1D vs. 2C (#28), 11:30 am ET (ESPN/ESPN3.com)
 
Semifinals
July 13 in Frankfurt
Winner 25 vs. Winner 27, 2:45 pm ET (ESPN/ESPN3.com)
July 13 in Moenchengladbach
Winner 26 vs. Winner 28, noon ET (ESPN/ESPN3.com/Galavision)

Third-Place Game
July 16 in Sinsheim
Loser 29 vs. Loser 30, 11:30 am ET (ESPN2/ESPN3.com)

Final
July 17 in Frankfurt
Winner 29 vs. Winner 30, 2:45 pm ET (ESPN/ESPN3.com/Galavision)



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  1. Robert Johnson
    commented on: July 5, 2011 at 2:24 p.m.
    Does anyone else find Tony DeCicco as annoying as I do? Does he think he is the God of all womens soccer? Arrogant talking over everyone all the time.


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