Biggest wins in FIFA Women's World Cup history

The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup debuts in Australia and New Zealand with 32 teams.

More qualifiers mean potential upsets and record-breaking margins for dominant teams.

The USWNT achieved a remarkable 13-0 win over Thailand in 2019, setting multiple World Cup records.

Alex Morgan's five goals matched Michelle Akers' record in a single World Cup match

The Golden Boot award goes to the top goal scorer; Megan Rapinoe aims to retain it.

Brazilian icon Marta leads the Women's World Cup top scorers list with 17 goals.

Excitement builds for the upcoming tournament with the prospect of memorable matches.

The 2023 World Cup promises thrilling contests as teams vie for football glory.

Australia and New Zealand are ready to host an unforgettable Women's World Cup.

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