FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011

It’s time for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011!

From June 26th to July 17th, 2011, folks are looking forward to the matches, and new records in terms of the number of spectators are to be expected as women’s football (a.k.a. soccer) is still fairly young.

So let me list the nine host cities (in alphabetical order) with the names of the stadiums and the schedule of the matches so you know where to go when.

Bookmark this page as I will update this page on a regular basis during the course of the World Cup!

Augsburg

The Impuls Arena in Augsburg will host four matches:

June 29th at 15:00: NorwayEquatorial Guinea (1:0)
July 2nd at 14:00: Korea DPRSweden (0:1)
July 5th at 18:15: EnglandJapan (2:0)
July 10th at 13:00: Quarter-Final 3: SwedenAustralia (3:1)

Berlin

The historical Olympiastadion in Berlin hosted one match only:

June 26th at 18:00: GermanyCanada (2:1)

Bochum

In Bochum it’ll be the Rewirpowerstadion that will proudly host four World Cup matches:

June 27th at 15:00: JapanNew Zealand (2:1)
June 30th at 18:00: CanadaFrance (0:4)
July 3rd at 14:00: AustraliaEquatorial Guinea (3:2)
July 6th at 20:45: Korea DPRColumbia (0:0)

Dresden

Historical Dresden is among the eleven host cities of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011, and its Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion is where you’ll want to go see the following four matches live:

June 28th at 18:15: USAKorea DPR (2:0)
July 1st at 18:15: New ZealandEngland (1:2)
July 5th at 20:45: CanadaNigeria (0:1)
July 10th at 17:30: Quarter-Final 4: BrazilUSA (7:5)

Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurt with its legendary Waldstadion (a.k.a. FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadium) is happy to host these matches here:

June 30th at 20:45: GermanyNigeria (1:0)
July 6th at 18:00: Equatorial GuineaBrazil (0:3)
July 13th at 20:45: Semi-Final 2: JapanSweden (3:1)
July 17th at 20:45: FINAL: USAJapan

Leverkusen

The Bay-Arena in Leverkusen is able to accomodate almost 30,000 fans for these four matches here:

June 28th at 15:00: ColumbiaSweden (0:1)
July 1st at 15:00: JapanMexico (4:0)
July 6th at 18:00: AustraliaNorway (2:1)
July 9th at 18:00: Quarter-Final 1: EnglandFrance (4:5)

Mönchengladbach

In Mönchengladbach, look out for the Stadion Im Borussia-Park to find these three matches here:

June 29th at 18:15: BrazilAustralia (1:0)
July 5th at 20:45: FranceGermany (2:4)
July 13th at 18:00: Semi-Final 1: FranceUSA (1:3)

Sinsheim

You’ve probably never heard of the town of Sinsheim yet, but for us Germans it became famous for its successful 1899 Hoffenheim football club which plays in the Bundesliga here in its Rhein-Neckar-Arena — and hosts/hosted the following four matches:

June 26th at 15:00: NigeriaFrance (0:1)
July 2nd at 18:00: USAColombia (3:0)
July 5th at 18:15: New ZealandMexico (0:1)
July 16th at 17:30: Third Place: SwedenFrance

Wolfsburg

In Wolfsburg, the Volkswagen city, it’s the Volkswagen-Arena that will happily greet tens of thousands of fans for these four matches:

June 27th at 18:00: MexicoEngland (1:1)
July 3rd at 18:15: BrazilNorway (3:0)
July 6th at 20:45: SwedenUSA (2:1)
July 9th at 20:45: Quarter-Final 2: GermanyJapan (0:1)

 

2 Responses to “FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011”

  1. Damien (1 comments) says:

    Are you going to go watch any of the games?

Leave a Reply

 

preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload preload