This summer down under has seen many history makers and record breakers, so here'e just 5 memorable moments:
1. Most attended Women's sporting event.
This tournament became the most attended women's sporting event ever, as 1.978 million attended. This had increased greatly from the 1.13 million that attended the 2019 Women's World Cup.
2. Sinclair became the captain with the most appearances.
Although Canada's World Cup journey was cut short, the three group stage games the squad played took Christine Sinclair's total as captain to an impressive 18 fixtures.
3. Paralluelo became the first player to win all FIFA-designated competitions.
Salma Paralluelo became the first player, male or female, to win the u17, u20 and are recently the senior Women's World Cup with spain- all before the age of 20!
4. All African countries recorded a win.
Nigeria, South Africa, Morocco and Zambia all gain at least 3 points during this summer campaign.
5. Phair became the youngest player to compete at the WWC.
At just 16 years and 26 days old, Casey Phair came on for Korea Republic against Colombia on July 25th, which made her the youngest player to compete at a Women's World Cup!
There are many more historical moments that took place this summer for the women's game.
What is your favourite?