CWC Final: All-Time Results & Scorers
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(ABOVE) CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb presents the 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship trophy to U.S. captain Christie Rampone on October 26, 2014, in Chester,  Pennsylvania, USA. (Photo: Mexsport)

CHESTER, Pennsylvania – The United States improved to 5-0-0 in the final of CONCACAF Women’s Championships on Sunday with a 6-0 win over Costa Rica at PPL.

It was the Americans’ seventh title in the competition and their first since 2006. 

Here’s look at summaries from all the championship matches:

2014

October 26, 2014: Chester, Pennsylvania, USA – PPL Park (A: 11625)

Costa Rica 0

USA 6 (Abby Wambach 4’, 35’, 41’, 71; Carli Lloyd 17’; Sydney Leroux 73’)

2010

November 8, 2010: Cancun, Mexico – Estadio Andres Quintana Roo (A: 16005)

Canada 1 (Christine Sinclair 54’)

Mexico 0

2006

November 26, 2006: Carson, California, USA – Home Depot Center (A: 6749)

USA 2 (Leslie Osborne 6’, Kristine Lilly 120’ pen)

Canada 1 (Randee Hermus 45’+)

* after extra time

2002

November 9, 2002: Pasadena, California, USA – Rose Bowl (A: 6911)

USA 2 (Tiffeny Milbrett 27’; Mia Hamm 94’)

Canada 1 (Charmaine Hopper 45’+)

* after extra time

2000

July 3, 2000: Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA – Foxboro Stadium (A: 20123)

Brazil 0

USA 1 (Tiffeny Milbrett 44’)

1998

September 6, 1998: Etobicoke, Canada – Centenntial Stadium (A: 4971)

Canada 1 (Liz Smith 42’)

Mexico 0

1991

April 28, 1991: Port-au-Prince, Haiti -- Stade Sylvio Cator (A: 30000)

USA 5 (Michelle Akers 3’; 13’, 70’; Kristine Lilly 15’; April Heinrichs 66’)

Canada 0

** No final was held in either 1993 (played in New Hyde Park, New York, USA) or 1994 (played in Montreal, Canada).  The champion was the winner of a final group.  The USA won the title on both occasions.