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Olympics

1996 Summer Olympics: Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

  • 1st Olympics for Women’s Soccer
  • Tish (Venturini) Hoch scored the first goal of Olympic competition
  • U.S.A. Gold Medal
  • China Silver Medal
  • Norway Bronze Medal
  • August 1st, 76,481 fans watch as the U.S.A. defeated China 2-1 in Athens, Georgia
  • Tiffeny Millbrett scored the winning goal for the U.S.

2000 Summer Olympics: Sydney, Australia

  • Norway Gold Medal
  • U.S.A. Silver Medal
  • Germany Bronze Medal
  • September 28th, 22,848 fans watched Norway defeat U.S.A in overtime 3–2 in Sydney, Australia
  • Dagny Mellgrem scored the winning goal for Norway

2004 Summer Olympics: Athens, Greece

  • U.S.A Gold Medal
  • Brazil Silver Medal
  • Germany Bronze Medal
  • August 26th 10,416 fans watched the U.S. beat Brazil 2–1 in overtime at Karaskaki Stadium in Athens, Greece
  • Abby Wambach scored the winning goal for the U.S.

2008 Summer Olympics: Beijing China

  • U.S.A. Gold Medal
  • Brazil Silver Medal
  • Germany Bronze Medal
  • August 21, 2008 USA beats Brazil 1–0 in overtime
  • Cari Lloyd scored the winning goal in front of 51,612 fans at the Workers Stadium in Beijing, China

2012 Summer Olympics: London England

  • U.S.A. Gold Medal
  • Japan Silver Medal
  • Canada Bronze Medal
  • August 9, 2012 U.S.A beats Japan 2-1
  • Carli Lloyd scored the two goals to give the U.S. the Gold Medal
  • There crowd of 80,203 at Wembley Stadium was the largest ever for a women’s soccer match at the Olympics
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