It's crunch time at the 2023 Women's World Cup.
Sixteen teams advanced to the knockout stage while all the other teams packed their bags directly from the tournament's group stage. Now, just two teams are left standing.
After two eventful semfinal matches, let's break down the teams that are still alive and the others that have been eliminated:
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Did the U.S. advance to the quarterfinals?
It was the earliest Women's World Cup exit in American history, as the USWNT advanced to at least the semifinals in the first eight tournaments.
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Which teams advanced to the Women's World Cup final?
Spain and England will play in the Women's World Cup final.
Spain punched the first ticket to the final with its 2-1 win over Sweden on Tuesday. Then, England defeated co-host Australia 3-1 in the other semifinal match on Wednesday.
Which teams advanced to the semifinals?
The teams that have advanced to the semifinals were Spain, Sweden, Australia and England.
Which teams advanced to the Round of 16?
The teams that had advanced to the Round of 16 are as follows:
- South Africa
Which teams did not make the Round of 16?
The teams that were eliminated before the Round of 16 are as follows:
- Costa Rica
- Republic of Ireland
- New Zealand
Who qualified from Group E to the Round of 16?
The Netherlands and the U.S. qualified for the Round of 16 from Group E. Both have since been eliminated from the tournament.