Question 20: Choose the best answer fot these questions. The Women’s World Cup was originally the brainchild of the FIFA president joão Havelange. The first tournament was hosted in China in 1991, with twelve teams sent to represent their countries. The 1995 FIFA Women’s World Cup was held in Sweden with twelve teams. Over 650,000 spectators attended the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup in the United States and nearly one billion viewers from seventy countries tuned in to watch sixteen countries vie for the title. In the 1999 edition, one of the most famous moments of the tournament was American defender Brandi Chatain’s victory celebration after scoring the Cup-winning penalty shot against Cina. She took off her T-shirt and waved it over her head as men frequently do, showing her muscular torso. The 1999 final in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California had an attendance of 90,185, a world record for a women’s sporting event. The 1999 and 2003 Women’s World Cup were both held in the United States; in 2003 China was supposed to host it but the tournament was moved because of SARS. As compensation, China retained its automatic qualification to the 2003 tournament as host nation and was automatically chosen to host the 2007 Women’s World Cup. The host country for the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup will be delided by vote. In the first Women’s World Cup, there were _________ teams.
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Explanation: The first tournament was hosted in China in 1991, with twelve teams sent to represent their countries.
The first tournament was held in China in 1991, with twelve teams sent to represent their countries.