The FIFA (www.FIFA.com) Women’s World Cup Australia&New Zealand 2023™ Final was held at the iconic Stadium Australia in Sydney/Wangal on Sunday, with Spain emerging as the fifth winner in the history of the tournament following a 1-0 win over England.
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Following the match, FIFA President Gianni Infantino was joined on stage for the Official Awards Ceremony. Please find below the list of representatives on stage following the Final.
- Gianni Infantino – FIFA President
- Her Majesty Queen Letizia of Spain
- HON David John Hurley – Governor-General of Australia
- HON Anthony Albanese – Prime Minister of Australia
- RT HON James Cleverly – Secretary of State UK
- Ms Debbie Hewitt – Chair of the Football Association and FIFA Vice-President
- Mr Luis Rubiales – President of the Royal Spanish Football Federation
- Johanna Wood – FIFA Council Member
- Fatma Samoura – FIFA Secretary General
Please find below the list of Official FIFA Awards for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia&New Zealand 2023™
FIFA Fair Play Award presented by McDonald’s: Japan
FIFA Best Young Player Award: Salma Paralluelo (ESP)
adidas Golden Glove Award: Mary Earps (ENG)
adidas Golden Boot Award: Hinata Miyazawa (JPN) – 5 goals, 1 assist
adidas Silver Boot Award: Kadidatou Diani (FRA) – 4 goals, 1 assist
adidas Bronze Boot Award: Alexandra Popp (GER) – 4 goals
adidas Golden Ball Award: Aitana Bonmati (ESP)
adidas Silver Ball Award: Jennifer Hermoso (ESP)
adidas Bronze Ball Award: Amanda Ilestedt (SWE)
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