Bing on the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup!

The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup kicked off June 6 in Canada. With 24 teams competing, this is the largest Women’s tournament yet and Bing has gone big to bring you all the answers you need – from scores to schedules to player information and more. This is the largest single-sports women’s event in the world, which means people across the globe will be cheering on their country. We’re even getting in the game with Bing Predicts!

Scores, Schedule, and Standings

If you search for “Women’s World Cup” Bing displays the match schedule directly in the search results. You’ll also see on the side some interesting facts and context on the event, videos, and top players to know.

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Can’t watch a game live? Bing will keep you updated with live scores for all the games here. You’ll find scores at the top of your search results, organized by day, throughout the group stage. See the full bracket when we reach the knockout rounds. If you want to see information only about your country, search for it! We’ll keep you updated with their performances.

Curious to know how your team stacks up? Bing delivers continuous updates on standings, scores, and stats throughout the tournament.

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Bing Predicts the Women’s World Cup

When you search for a particular team you’ll not only find the schedule and scores about that team, but also Bing’s predictions for the team’s chances to win each game. In fact, Bing Predicts was 4-0 on opening weekend.

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The left half of the Bing bracket is overloaded with talent as the top three FIFA-ranked teams are all on the same half —Germany, United States and France, ranked in order.  Our models show Germany, currently ranked at No. 1, winning close games against No. 3-ranked France in the quarterfinals and the No. 2-ranked USA in the semifinals. Host team Canada will have a nice run, winning their Group and playing England in the quarterfinals.

In the end, we predict that the German women will join their male counterparts as World Cup champions, defeating Sweden (which will reach the finals despite a 2nd place finish in USA’s group). You can see the full Bing Predicts bracket below and be sure to follow our predictions on Bing throughout the tournament.

WWC Bracket

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You can learn more about how Bing comes up with its predictions and the model from our earlier blog post.

Brush up on players and teams

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You can read up on all the players on the U.S. team right on Bing. Within one click, Bing provides at-a-glance information on that player to the right of page, where you can learn everything from the biggest moments in their career to what college they played for.


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Let the games begin!

–          The Bing Team