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Discussion in 'Women's International' started by mcruic, Apr 14, 2006.
Mongolia set to make their debuts in the AFC Olympic qualifiers this November.
Liechtenstein, San Marino, South Sudan & Turkmenistan all have youth teams. Oman's national team has played friendlies against club teams.
Turkmenistan set to participate in the Turkish Women's Cup in March. Turkmenistan has played in futsal matches and youth tournaments. This would be the national team's debut.
Turkmenistan played their first match (lost 6-0 to Kazakhstan in Turkey in a friendly match on 24 February).
Cape Verde played their first match last year (lost 1-0 at home to Guinea-Bissau on 16th November)
Montserrat is advertising for players for a national team, so it looks like they could play in something soon (though, going back a bit in this thread, they did have a national team in 2002, but it's not clear if they played any matches).
Sint Maarten national team played against Anguilla U-20 national team in 2013 (lost 5-0).
Bonaire national team played in the Dutch Caribbean Championship last year (againsat club teams, unfortunately).
So, Bonaire and Sint Maarten have national teams, but haven't played against another national team.
Actually, that Sint Maarten team was just the Oualichi women's team (which was the first women's team in Sint Maarten). There are now other clubs in Sint Maarten as well. So Sint Maarten doesn't have a national team.
Saint Martin is aiming to set up a women's senior team (at least they were in 2017) - https://www.stmartinweek.fr/2017/01/27/saint-martin-ligue-de-football-feminin/10700
Saint Barthélemy (which will probably be the next CONCACAF member) also has women's football, but no national team.
it's hard to find fixtures & results now since they're not on FIFA's page anymore.
apparently Cape Verde will play Guinea-Bissau again on March 8.
My website has all the fixtures and results since 2010, including matches that FIFA does not have, and has done so for several years.
FIFA's results are available, but only if you download an app. Anyway, they do not count all matches, as they are not always properly notified by the FAs (they can only count matches that they have authorised).
You won't find a more complete set of results/fixtures than the one on my site.
Mauritania forming women's team.
I'm not aware of your website, what's the link?
The website address is at the bottom of each one of my posts.
Chad should make their début next month - they have been drawn against Algeria in the Olympic qualifiers. Let's hope they don't withdraw.
Liechtenstein planning forming a women's NT.
Believe it or not, the Vatican City is forming a national team to take on FC Mariahilf of Austria between 21 and 23 June.
I was wondering how many women citizens Vatican City could possibly have. Probably not enough.
Indeed, this page explains that "the Vatican team is not an actual "National Team" because its players aren't Vatican citizens, they are just people working in Vatican City instead; also, they're not professional footballers. So, it's more of a representative of the best Vatican workers who play in Vatican City League" (you can find the clubs from that league here).
In fact it's also said that: "Vatican City is one of eight independent and recognized countries who are not recognized by FIFA".
Now, the page is obviously talking about the men's representative only, but I assume that what's been said counts for the women's representative also (i.e., the women in the team are Vatican workers and not Vatican citizens; most probably Italian citizens instead). Anyway, the page linked by @mcruic unequivocally indicates that the women's representative (Rappr. Femminile SCV) exists or should exist soon.
All the best for the players of Vatican's Rappr. Femminile SCV team in their maiden game
It's funny though...Vatican City has only 32 women citizens. Yet hierarchs want to form national womens football team.... So in order for it to happen...Vatican administration is calling for women "mercenaries" from outside the state to come and play under Pope's banner....
I can see the headlines...
"In times of rising pedophilia crisis inside catholic church, Vatican City warms it's image by sporting women's football team."