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Discussion in 'Women's International' started by mcruic, Apr 14, 2006.
And evidentally, Sudan is playing a qualifier for tha All-African cup 2011.
If they don't withdraw.....
Strangely, Kenya v Sudan is the only preliminary match not shown on FIFA.com, and maybe both teams have withdrawn, because if one had withdrawn, the 2nd Round match would be shown (Kenya or Sudan v Tanzania), but this is also missing.
Albania - no national team
Andorra - has a national team, but has only played against Spanish club teams
Liechtenstein - no national team
Montenegro - no national team
San Marino - has a national team, but has only played against Italian club teams
Burundi - has played against Rwanda (and possibly Uganda) in the past, but the results of these matches are not known
Cape Verde - no national team
Chad - no national team
Gambia - has a national team, which has played against a Senegalese regional select (Ziguinchor)
Libya - no national team
Madagascar - has a youth national team, and a senior national team is planned for 2013
Mauritania - no national team
Mauritius - has a youth national team
Rwanda - has played against Burundi and Uganda in the past, but the results of these matches are not known. Has also played against German club teams
Seychelles - has a youth national team, and has had a national team in the past, playing against a visiting Swedish club
Somalia - no national team
Sudan - no national team, but may form a team to play Kenya in the All-Africa Games qualifiers in February 2011
Brunei - no national team
Cambodia - has a youth national team
Macau - has a national team, but has only played against Hong Kong clubs
Mongolia - no national team
Oman - no national team, but club teams from Oman have competed at tournaments in the past, and they may field a national team in the GCC Games next spring
Saudi Arabia - no national team
Tajikistan - has a national team, but has only played against Central Asian club teams
Timor-Leste - has a youth national team
Turkmenistan - has a national team, but has only played against Central Asian club teams
Yemen - no national team
Montserrat - no national team, but see this photo, dated 12th October 2002:
Montserrat Women's football team, with coach Paul Morris
Madagascar are planning to play their first ever international next month against Comoros... So, in April, we should see Sudan and Madagascar as new additions to the list of teams who have played international matches, making 182 FIFA members in all.
Also, Chad plans to field its first national team in the UNIFFAC Women's Championship this year (no dates announced yet).
The CECAFA Women's Championship appears to have been cancelled (again). Rwanda were due to participate in this.
Albania have played their first international match: a 1-0 win against FYR Macedonia. (UEFA source)
UEFA was a bit slack with their reporting - it was Macedonia's U-19 team (same team that took part in U-19 Euro qualifying).
Macedonia U-19: Nikolovska, Georgeva, Taivmoski (Gulokovick 60 '), Ginuska, Stoyanov (Vesilonova 60 '), Dogleva, Roci, Naomoska (Adjulevska 58 '), Petrova, Naceva, Jakovska.**Trainer: Ivan Mihallovski**
Albania had 13 players from Albania and 11 from Kosovo in their squad. They are preparing for 2015 World Cup qualifying, which will be their first official tournament.
Will note that it lacked Natasha Andonova (17) who played the qualifiers and was signed by Potsdam. So not quite as strong as it could have been.
Albania is playing Macedonia today ?
Great start for Albania , they won 4-1 away against Macedonia
Did Madagascar ever play that match against Comoros?? Any word on the UNIFFAC Championship??
I think Madagascar v Comoros was cancelled. There was no news about it in Madagascar or Comoros. Madagascar news reported on U-20 women's national team, so I think they would have reported on the full national team had they played.
There has been no news about the UNIFFAC Championship since it was announced it would happen. Chad's first ever women's football league finished in July this year - so something is moving - and there was some kind of tournament with a view to picking players for a national team in June:
But there is no news of whether the national team is going to play any matches.
27.10 Kyrgyzstan 'Youth' 0-0 Tajikistan 'Youth' in Bishkek.
Looks like Tajikistan may have a national team soon.
Good news: Montenegro's first women's national team
Hopefully there will be some friendly matches this year.
Since looks like that 3 of the girls are currently playing in Italy, I Googled a bit and found out that:
Marija Vukcevic should be the team captain, and actually is playing for Real Marsico, a Serie A2 team in the south of Italy.
Here is the only photo of her I found
but there are a couple of clips on youtube about her, looks like a quality player...
the other 2 players in the list are too playing in Italy for Salandra, in serie A, but in the Fussball League
I wonder about the other girls, may be there aren't enough football (11) players to fill the roaster, who knows...
What does that mean?
What is the "Fussball League"? Why do they use the German word for football?
Sorry, my mistake, I meant "futsal", indoor soccer...
Ahh, now it makes perfext sense.
Have you ever heard of a Palestinian WNT?
Italian U20NT will play 2 friendlies against them next month
source (in italian): http://www.figc.it/it/204/30801/2012/01/News.shtml
(note that hasn't yet updated the U20WC location)
there you go.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUfHTHZtqjw"]Sereias da Vila e Seleção da Palestina treinam juntas em Santos - YouTube[/ame]
Palestine's WNT was started in the mid-00's. They've been competing since around 2005 and attempted to qualify for the 2011 WWC (Wikipedia article, CNN article from 2009).
And, regarding the politically delicate issue of Palestine, perhaps the topic/list should be "Countries and Football Federations Who Have Not Played Women's Internationals."
Thank you both of you (Mr. Crossbar and Newsouth) for the info, I'll keep you updated about this event.
Agree about the change of thread title, that way should be possible posting info about others possible WNT of not-fully recognized countries
The thread is about countries who have not played women`s International matches. Palestine been playing many matches. Stay on topic please
And another country to strike off the list: Montenegro
First ever matches will be played next week:
13.03.12 Montenegro v Bosnia & Herzegovina in Bar
15.03.12 Montenegro v Bosnia & Herzegovina in Podgorica
Preparation for Bosnia & Herzegovina for their EURO 2013 qualifier against Italy at the end of the month.
Senegal want to play a friendly match against Gambia to prepare for their African Championship Qualifier with Morocco. This would be Gambia's first international match if they accept.
I find it interesting that Gambia has not yet played an international match, yet their U-17 team is on the verge of qualifying for the World Cup.