Publish button
Download
Login to download. Need an ID and password? Register now!
SOCCER: United States break Women’s World Cup goals record infographic
Responsive button
Adapt

United States crush Thailand 13-0 in Women’s World Cup

06/12/2019
Graphic News

June 12, 2019 -- The FIFA Women’s World Cup takes place in France, with 24 teams competing to be crowned World Champions. Reigning champions United States opened their World Cup campaign with a 13-0 demolition of Thailand, setting a new record for the biggest victory at the FIFA Women's World Cup.

The 2019 tournament marks the first showpiece since a remarkable rise in popularity in the women’s game, with increased participation numbers and steady growth of supporter bases.

Since the first Women’s World Cup in 1991, there have have been seven tournaments; the United States is aiming to lift the trophy for a record-extending fourth time in France after their triumph in 2015. Three other nations have been crowned World Champions: Germany (2003, 2007), Norway (1995) and Japan (2011).

A total of 52 matches will be played at 9 venues over four weeks, with the final taking place at Parc Olympique Lyonnais in Lyon on July 7.


NEW GRAPHIC NEWS - a new website for a new era, coming soon…

And it will be worth the wait! The Graphic News website is undergoing a complete redesign. The new site will not only see improvements in terms of speed and user experience, but will also include many new features. For example, existing subscribers will be able to manage their accounts online via a group dashboard, and add selected graphics to lists for project planning (and which can be shared across the group).

Existing users will need to register individually - we’ll be sending instructions to our main contacts at each group and will be on hand to help you through the process, which we hope will be seamless!


If you don’t already have an account but are interested in the service, just click on the button below and we’ll get back to you within 24 hours.


Further information to follow over the coming weeks. Any questions, please contact us at helpdesk @ graphicnews.com



Cookies