FIFA Women's World Cup


FIFA Women's World Cup

Der FIFA Women’s World Cup ist die Gewinntrophäe der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft der Frauen. Er existiert erst seit 1999 und wurde somit erst bei drei Weltmeisterschaften verliehen.

Aussehen, Maße und Gewicht

Der Weltpokal zeigt einen silbernen Fußball, der von einer goldenen Schleife getragen wird. Er ist mit 46,5 cm etwas höher als der Pokal der Herren, wiegt aber durch seine weniger massive Gestaltung statt 6,175 kg nur 3,55 kg.

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