Best FIFA Women's World Cup Soccer Best Team Ever P14 : The Final Results - USA or Germany?

By kcity101us
Jul. 13, 2015

     Now that all the data has been gathered, it is time to see how good every team is. The first category was ranking the teams according to Group Standings. There were only three groups, and Women's World Cup Soccer is relatively new, so this can still be perceived as subjective, but the writer kept records and did the best he can. Group Charlie teams received 14,13,12, and 11 points (there were 14 teams that made it into the competition). These four teams were 2003 Germany, 2015 USA, 1995 USA, and 2003 USA. The next group of data was regular standings, which again, could be construed as subjective because all teams did not play every other team.  The four teams that received the top four points (14,13,12,11) were 2003 Germany (16-4), 2007 Germany (7-2), 1995 Norway (9-7) and 1991 Sweden (3-3). 2011 Japan was 4-4 and every other team was sub .500 because of the dominance of 2003 Germany. The third category was Tournament of Champions standings (1 Point for winning a season (quarterfinals), 2 Points for reaching semi-finals, 3 Points for reaching finals, and 4 Points for winning finals (26 Points total). Again, Germany dominated this category - 2003 Germany received 14 points, 2007 Germany received 6 points, 1995 Norway received 3 points, and 1991 USA received 2 points. The fourth category was the "Year Standings", adding all the teams' records from a particular year to discover the toughest year. There were only seven years of action so only 1-7 could be distributed. 2003 was the toughest year with a composite record of 19-11, so 2003 Germany, 2003 USA, and 2003 Sweden all received 7 points. The final category is the "Country Standings" so the data reflects which country is consistently in the mix and wins. No surprise here, Germany won again with a composite record of 25-11 so they received 6 points.

There is no doubt that the USA and Germany will be the two most prominent teams in 2019!

     The following charts should show how close this competition is between the USA and Germany. Germany dominates the top chart, but USA and Germany are tied on the bottom. Can not wait to see how these two jockey for position in 2019...

Final Computations

GS

RS

TOC

Y

C

TOT

2003 Germany

14

14

14

7

6

55

2007 Germany

10

13

6

6

6

41

1995 Norway

6

12

3

5

4

30

1991 Sweden

9

11

0

4

3

27

1995 USA

12

7

1

5

1

26

2015 USA

13

9

0

2

1

25

2003 USA

11

5

0

7

1

24

2011 Japan

5

10

0

3

5

23

1995 Germany

7

2

0

5

6

20

1991 Norway

8

3

0

4

4

19

1991 USA

4

8

2

4

1

19

2003 Sweden

2

4

0

7

3

16

1999 USA

3

6

0

1

1

11

2007 Brazil

1

1

0

6

2

10

     How can it be that Germany has three teams in the tournament and the USA has five, that results like this show up after computing the data? Well, there is a theory that the more teams that one country has actually makes it harder for the better teams. The information for games played is more evenly distributed amongst all the teams, and, at the end of the season, Team USA Teams were giving each other byes, because they do not play one another. This actually game the higher USA seeds a chance to play the lower seeds, and at the end, they won and advanced while leaving their "better" counterparts behind. Team USA was acting as a "team" by helping out their counterparts. When info comes in from 2019, it will balance out more evenly. The following chart is a chart that awards a country 14 points for finishing first, i.e. 2003 Germany from the previous chart, 13 for second, etc. Look how these results turned out>

Composite Final Ranking Composite by Country

Points

2003, 2007, and 1995 Germany (14+13+6)

33

1995, 2015, 2003, 1991, and 1999 USA (10+9+8+4+2)

33

1995 and 1991 Norway (12+5)

17

1991 and 2003 Sweden (11+3)

14

2011 Japan (7)

7

2007 Brazil (1)

1

     The USA and Germany have the highest scores here and they are tied at 33. So consistency, i.e., coming in the Top four every four years, pays dividends. The two countries with the most appearances are 1 and 2  (although backwards), the two countries with two appearances are 3 and 4, and the teams with one appearance are 5 and 6. This makes sense. Final thought - The win by the 2015 USA Team added to the continuing legacy established by the 1991 and 1999 teams, and as one can see here, the '95 and '03 teams were not bad either. 1995 USA Team finished as the Best USA Team most likely because they were "drawing information" from 1991 and 1999. 2007 and 2011 USA are next on the list for their respective years to be added. But let's not forget how good the 2003 and 2007 German teams were. They are the only country to win this event back-to-back. Let USA play Germany again in 2019 to break the tie! The 2019 WC Winner, 1999 China, 2003 Brazil, and 2003 Canada will "start" the tournament in 2019, hopefully we will meet again in 2019. Bon jour!

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