Football is not just about scoring goals and winning matches; it also emphasizes fair play, sportsmanship, and respect for the game. In recognition of these values, FIFA awards the Fair Play Trophy to the team that gives exceptional fair play during the event.
This article delves into the history and impact of the Fair Play Trophy in women’s football.
FIFA Women’s World Cup Fair Play Trophy Winners
Over the years, several teams have been honored with the Fair Play Trophy for their exceptional fair play in the contest. Let’s take a look at some of the past winners:
|Australia & New Zealand
England | 2019
England’s team shows outstanding fair play, setting a positive example for future generations.
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France | 2015
France showcased their dedication to fair play and the spirit of the game, leading them to win the Fair Play Trophy.
Japan | 2011
Japan’s spirit of fair play and outstanding conduct on and off the field helped them to win the Fair Play Trophy.
Norway | 2007
Norway’s team displayed great sportsmanship and respect, making them deserving recipients of the Fair Play Trophy.
United States | 2003
Once again, the United States exemplified the values of fair play, securing its third Fair Play Trophy and second trophy in a row.
United States | 1999
The USA shows skill and fair play, solidifying its position as a leading force in the game and winning its second trophy.
Japan | 1995
Japan exhibited remarkable sportsmanship and fair play, earning them the Fair Play Trophy.
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United States | 1991
The United States set the standard by winning the first-ever Fair Play Trophy, demonstrating its commitment to fair play.