Spain defeated England 1-0 on Sunday to win the FIFA Women's World Cup for the first time.
Spain broke the deadlock when Olga Carmona splendid a left-footed goal from close range in the 29th minute at Sydney's Stadium Australia.
In the 70th minute, Spain wasted a golden chance to double their lead against England when Jennifer Hermoso's penalty was saved by Mary Earps.
Spain receive record $10M
The prize pool for the 2023 tournament was $110 million, up from $30 million in the previous tournament in 2019.
Spain bagged a record $10 million in prize money as winners, while England received $7.5 million as runners-up.
The US is the most dominant force in women's football, having won four titles in the first eight editions – 1991, 1999, 2015, and 2019.
Meanwhile, Sweden tasted a 2-0 win over Australia on Saturday in the World Cup's third-place game as Kosovare Asllani and Fridolina Rolfo scored for the Swedish team at Brisbane Stadium.