Algarve Cup

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Algarve Cup
Founded1994
Country Portugal
Most championshipsUnited States United States (10 titles)

The Algarve Cup is a yearly women's association football tournament that has international teams from around the world. It takes place in the Algarve area of Portugal.

The team with the most titles is the United States, with 10. Norway has also won the tournament four times, Germany three times, Sweden three times, China twice and Canada and Spain have won it once.

Even though the Algarve Cup is a very important tournament in women's football, there is no male version of the tournament.

Results[change | change source]

Year Final Third place match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd place Score 4th place
1994
Norway
1–0
United States

Sweden
1–0
Denmark
1995
Sweden
3–2 aet
Denmark

Norway
3–3 aet
4–2 (pen.)

United States
1996
Norway
4–0
Sweden

China PR
2–1
Denmark
1997
Norway
1–0
China PR

Sweden
0–0
6–5 (pen.)

Denmark
1998
Norway
4–1
Denmark

United States
3–1
Sweden
1999
China PR
2–1
United States

Norway
2–2 aet
4–1 (pen.)

Denmark
2000
United States
1–0
Norway

China PR
1–0
Sweden
2001
Sweden
3–0
Denmark

China PR
5–1
Canada
2002
China PR
1–0
Norway

Sweden
2–1
Germany
2003
United States
2–0
China PR

Norway
1–0
France
2004
United States
4–1
Norway

France
3–3
4–3 (pen.)

Italy
2005
United States
1–0
Germany

France
3–2
Sweden
2006
Germany
0–0 aet
4–3 (pen.)

United States

Sweden
1–0
France
2007
United States
2–0
Denmark

Sweden
3–1
France
2008
United States
2–1
Denmark

Norway
2–0
Germany
2009
Sweden
1–1
4–3 (pen.)

United States

Denmark
1–0
Germany
2010
United States
3–2
Germany

Sweden
2–0
China PR
2011
United States
4–2
Iceland

Japan
2–1
Sweden
2012
Germany
4–3
Japan

United States
4–0
Sweden
2013
United States
2–0
Germany

Norway
2–2 aet
3–2 (pen.)

Sweden
2014
Germany
3–0
Japan

Iceland
2–1
Sweden
2015
United States
2–0
France

Germany
2–1
Sweden
2016
Canada
2–1
Brazil

Iceland
1–1 aet
6–5 (pen.)

New Zealand
2017
Spain
1–0
Canada

Denmark
1–1 aet
4–1 (pen.)

Australia

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