On this page, you get the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Points Table, Team Standings, Ranking and Goals in real-time updated.
The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Standings show the country’s rankings in the eight groups. The Standings determine which countries are going to the tournament’s knockout stage.
On this page, you get the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 real-time standings with Tables, Points Race.
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Note: The abbreviations used in the table stand for the following:
- MP: Matches Played
- W-D-L: Win / Draw / Loss
- GF: Goals For
- GA: Goals Against
- GD: Goal Difference
- PTS: Points
How does the FIFA Women’s World Cup standings system work?
The FIFA Women’s World Cup standings system is based on a points system used to rank teams during the group stage of the tournament. Here’s how it works:
- Group Stage:
- The tournament begins with a group stage, where teams are divided into groups (usually six groups with four teams each, but this could change depending on the number of participating teams).
- Each team in a group plays against the other three teams in a round-robin format.
- Teams are awarded points based on their performance in each match: 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, and 0 points for a loss.
- Ranking Teams:
- Teams are ranked within their groups based on the total number of points they accumulate during the group stage.
- If two or more teams have the same number of points, the following tiebreakers are used in this order: a. Goal difference (total goals scored minus total goals conceded) b. Total goals scored c. Head-to-head results (points, goal difference, and goals scored) between the tied teams d. Fair play points (based on yellow and red cards received) e. Drawing of lots by FIFA
- Knockout Stage:
- The top two teams from each group, along with the best third-placed teams (usually the top four), advance to the knockout stage.
- The knockout stage consists of a round of 16, quarterfinals, semifinals, and the final match, as well as a third-place match between the losing semifinalists.
- During the knockout stage, there are no draws, and matches are decided by extra time and penalty shootouts if needed.
By following this system, the FIFA Women’s World Cup eventually determines the winning team, who are crowned world champions.