Australia and New Zealand hosted the final game of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Sunday.
In the championship game, Spain prevailed against England by a score of 1-0.
Olga Carmona’s goal in the first half was the difference as Spain beat England 1-0 at the Stadium Australia.
Following the end of the Women’s World Cup on Sunday, BANKPAWA is pleased to present the following list of award recipients:
Hinata Miyazawa of Japan scored five goals to earn the Golden Boot as the tournament’s best scorer.
The Silver Boot went to Kadidiatou Diani of France, while the Bronze Boot went to Alexandra Popp of Germany.
After keeping three clean sheets and making numerous outstanding saves—including a penalty in the championship game against Spain—Mary Earps of England was chosen the recipient of the Adidas Golden Glove Award. Earps was previously voted the FIFA Best Women’s Goalkeeper this year.
Japan won the FIFA Fair Play Award for their outstanding performance in the competition.
After scoring game-winning goals in both the quarterfinals and semi-finals, Salma Paralluelo of Spain was named FIFA’s Best Young Player.
Aitana Bonmati, a member of her squad, was honored as the tournament’s most valuable player with the Golden Ball.
The Silver Ball went to Jennifer Hermoso, and the Bronze Ball went to Amanda Ilestedt of Sweden.