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US win Women's World Cup: at a glance

The US beat Japan to win their third title, England took bronze and Carli Lloyd and Celia Šašić received individual awards: UEFA.com's at-a-glance guide to Canada 2015.

2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: review in photos ©Getty Images

Winners: United States
Runners-up: Japan
Third place: England
Fair Play award: France

Roll of honour: finals
2015: United States 5-2 Japan; Vancouver, Canada
2011: Japan 2-2 United States (aet, 3-1 pens); Frankfurt, Germany
2007: Germany 2-0 Brazil; Shanghai, China
2003: Germany 2-1 Sweden (aet, golden goal); Carson, United States
1999: United States 0-0 China (aet, 5-4 pens); Pasadena, United States
1995: Norway 2-0 Germany; Stockholm, Sweden
1991: United States 2-1 Norway; Guangzhou, China

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Best player
Golden Ball: Carli Lloyd (US)
Silver Ball: Amandine Henry (France)
Bronze Ball: Aya Miyama (Japan)
Golden Glove (best goalkeeper): Hope Solo (US)
Young Player Award: Kadeisha Buchanan (Canada)

Roll of honour: Golden Ball
2015: Carli Lloyd (US)
2011: Homare Sawa (Japan)
2007: Marta (Brazil)
2003: Birgit Prinz (Germany)
1999: Sun Wen (China)
1995: Hege Riise (Norway)
1991: Carin Jennings (US)

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Top scorers
Golden Boot: Celia Šašić (Germany) 6 goals, 1 assist, 553 minutes played
Silver Boot: Carli Lloyd (US) 6 goals, 1 assist, 630 minutes played
Bronze Boot: Anja Mittag (Germany) 5 goals, 2 assists
Most assists: Solveig Gulbrandsen (Norway) 3
Most penalties scored: Fara Williams (England) 3
Team: Germany 20

Roll of honour: Golden Boot
2015: Celia Šašić (Germany) 6 goals
2011: Homare Sawa (Japan) 5
2007: Marta (Brazil) 7
2003: Birgit Prinz (Germany) 7
1999: Sissi (Brazil), Sun Wen (China) 7
1995: Ann-Kristin Aarønes (Norway) 6
1991: Michelle Akers (US) 10

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Other feats
Most minutes played: Stephanie Houghton (England) 660
Most saves: Karen Bardsley (England) 23
Fastest Women's World Cup hat-trick: Fabienne Humm (Switzerland, 5 minutes v Ecuador)
Improved previous best performance: England (third), Netherlands (round of 16), Switzerland (round of 16), Costa Rica (group stage), Ecuador (group stage), Ivory Coast (group stage), Spain (group stage), Thailand (group stage)
Appeared in every final tournament (7): Brazil, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, Norway, Sweden, US
Most tournaments played: Formiga (Brazil), Homare Sawa (Japan) 6
Most goals in any FIFA football final: Carli Lloyd (US, 3 v Japan) – equals Geoff Hurst (England, 1966 FIFA World Cup v West Germany), Kim Song-Hui (North Korea, 2006 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup v China), Oscar (Brazil, 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup v Portugal)

UEFA Women's EURO 2017
Hosts: Netherlands*

Qualifying group stage (begins 17 September)
Group 1:
Iceland, Scotland, Belarus, Slovenia, FYR Macedonia
Group 2: Spain*, Finland, Republic of Ireland, Portugal, Montenegro
Group 3: France*, Ukraine, Romania, Greece, Albania
Group 4: Sweden*, Denmark, Poland, Slovakia, Moldova
Group 5: Germany* (holders), Russia, Hungary, Turkey, Croatia
Group 6: Italy, Switzerland*, Czech Republic, Northern Ireland, Georgia
Group 7: England*, Belgium, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Estonia
Group 8: Norway*, Austria, Wales, Israel, Kazakhstan
*competed in Canada

• Matches will be played home and away from 17 September 2015 to 20 September 2016.

• The group winners and the six best runners-up will join the hosts, the Netherlands, in the final tournament in summer 2017.

• The other two runners-up will play off in October 2016 for the remaining berth in the expanded 16-team finals to be held the following summer.

Road to the Netherlands
Qualifying group stage: 17 September 2015–20 September 2016
Play-off draw: 23 September 2016, Nyon
Play-offs: 17–25 October 2016
Finals draw: late 2016, Netherlands
Finals: July/August 2017, Netherlands

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