/ Data Matchup: Showcasing Stats of the Women’s World Cup

The 9th FIFA Women’s World Cup marks some changes to the tournament: the number of teams grew from 24 to 32, and two countries will host this year’s competition: Australia and New Zealand.

This year’s Cup kicks off an interesting trend—the 2026 FIFA World Cup will be split among three host countries, and the 2027 Cup has already received multiple joint-country bids.

We’ve updated our World Cup Dashboard to include the Women’s World Cup historical data. The default filter for this dashboard is women’s historical data, but you can still view men’s data by selecting that as the “event.” You can also view all the data together by removing the filter.

3 insights we uncovered about the Women’s World Cup.

Here are the most interesting discoveries we made by looking through the women’s historical data.

1—The US and Germany are the winningest teams.

The US has been the most dominant, with four World Cup championships and an astounding 84% win rate in matches. They’ve never finished lower than 3rd in the tournament. Germany is second with two World Cup championships and a 70% win rate—their last victory was in 2007.

2—The highest scorer is Marta from Brazil.

Marta Vieira da Silva has scored more goals than any other player in World Cup history, and that includes the men.

3—The US women could make history as the first team to win three in a row.

Will they succeed? Only time will tell, so tune in to the Cup and get ready for some amazing soccer. In the meantime, take a look at Domo’s World Cup Dashboard:

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