List of women's footballers with 100 or more international caps

This list summarizes women's association football players with 100 or more international appearances.

Christine Sinclair of Canada is currently the most capped active women player with 311 caps in international football
Kristine Lilly of the United States is the all-time highest international capped player with 354 caps.

As of 1 July 2022, a total of 384 females have played 100 or more international matches for their respective nations. The all-time leader in senior caps, Kristine Lilly of the United States, had 354 caps and retired from international football on 6 January 2011.[1][2] Lilly is also fourth highest goal scorer in international football with 130 goals.[1]

The current active most capped women international football player is Christine Sinclair of Canada with 311 caps. She is also the leading active goal scorer in women international football with 189 goals.[3]

Three American players, Kristine Lilly, Carli Lloyd and Christie Pearce, and one from Canada, Christine Sinclair, have 300 or more caps. In total, 25 players — twelve of them American; three from Canada; two each from China, and Sweden; and one each from Brazil, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Japan, and Scotland — have 200 or more caps.

FIFA criteriaEdit

FIFA recognises only matches played within the FIFA World Cup (including qualifying competitions), continental competitions (including qualifiers), friendly matches between senior national teams and Olympic final and qualifying matches played up to and including 1960 (with certain exceptions[clarification needed]) as international "A" matches. This affects some players who were formerly included in FIFA's 'Century Club'. Therefore, the records established by the associations with regard to these players may differ from the FIFA Century Club.

CapsEdit

The names of currently active players are in bold. As of 12 April 2022.

indicates the most-capped player of all FIFA's confederations
indicates the most-capped player of the respective confederation
indicates the most-capped player of the respective nation
Rank Player Nation Confederation Caps First cap Last cap Ref.
1 Kristine Lilly   United States CONCACAF 354 3 August 1987 5 November 2010 [4]
2 Carli Lloyd   United States CONCACAF 316 10 July 2005 26 October 2021 [5]
3 Christie Pearce   United States CONCACAF 311 28 February 1997 20 September 2015 [6]
Christine Sinclair   Canada CONCACAF 12 March 2000 26 June 2022 [7][8]
5 Mia Hamm   United States CONCACAF 276 3 August 1987 8 December 2004 [2][4]
6 Julie Foudy   United States CONCACAF 274 29 July 1988 8 December 2004 [2][4]
7 Abby Wambach   United States CONCACAF 255 9 September 2001 16 December 2015 [9]
8 Joy Fawcett   United States CONCACAF 241 3 August 1987 26 August 2004 [2][4]
9 Formiga   Brazil CONMEBOL 234 11 April 1995 26 November 2021 [10][11][12][13]
10 Heather O'Reilly   United States CONCACAF 231 1 March 2002 15 September 2016 [14]
11 Caroline Seger   Sweden UEFA 229 9 March 2005 12 April 2022 [15][16]
12 Pu Wei   China PR AFC 219 1997 15 February 2014
13 Birgit Prinz   Germany UEFA 214 27 July 1994 9 July 2011 [17][18][19]
Therese Sjögran   Sweden UEFA 30 October 1997 20 June 2015 [20][18]
15 Sophie Schmidt   Canada CONCACAF 213 19 April 2005 26 June 2022 [21]
16 Katrine Pedersen   Denmark UEFA 210 14 September 1994 25 July 2013 [22][18]
17 Tiffeny Milbrett   United States CONCACAF 206 4 August 1991 23 October 2005 [2][4]
Diana Matheson   Canada CONCACAF 18 March 2003 10 March 2020 [23]
19 Homare Sawa   Japan AFC 205 6 December 1993 5 July 2015 [24]
20 Patrizia Panico   Italy UEFA 204 8 April 1996 27 November 2014 [25][18]
Becky Sauerbrunn   United States CONCACAF 204 16 January 2008 17 February 2022 [26]
21 Gemma Fay   Scotland UEFA 203 24 May 1998 27 July 2017 [27][18]
22 Hope Solo   United States CONCACAF 202 5 April 2000 12 August 2016 [28][29]
24 Kate Markgraf   United States CONCACAF 201 26 April 1998 17 July 2010 [25]
25 Li Jie   China PR AFC 200 1997 2008 [25]
26 Sherida Spitse   Netherlands UEFA 199 31 August 2006 22 February 2022 [30][31]
27 Sandrine Soubeyrand   France UEFA 198 12 April 1997 22 July 2013 [32]
28 Shannon Boxx   United States CONCACAF 195 1 September 2003 21 October 2015 [33]
29 Nilla Fischer   Sweden UEFA 194 12 January 2001 12 April 2022 [34]
30 Alex Morgan   United States CONCACAF 31 March 2010 26 October 2021 [35]
31 Brandi Chastain   United States CONCACAF 192 1 June 1988 8 December 2004 [25]
Fan Yunjie   China PR AFC 1992 2004 [25]
Élise Bussaglia   France UEFA 13 November 2003 28 June 2019 [36]
34 Kerstin Stegemann   Germany UEFA 191 13 April 1995 2009 [37]
Joanne Love   Scotland UEFA 1 March 2002 8 April 2019 [38]
38 Hege Riise   Norway UEFA 188 23 July 1990 27 May 2004 [39]
Han Duan   China PR AFC 2000 2011
Laura Georges   France UEFA 26 September 2001 6 April 2018 [40]
39 Megan Rapinoe   United States CONCACAF 187 23 July 2006 26 October 2021 [41]
Hedvig Lindahl   Sweden UEFA 25 January 2002 12 April 2022 [42][43]
41 Lotta Schelin   Sweden UEFA 185 16 March 2004 29 July 2017 [44]
42 Solveig Gulbrandsen   Norway UEFA 183 17 June 1998 22 June 2015 [39]
Camille Abily   France UEFA 26 September 2001 30 July 2017 [45][46]
44 Zhao Lihong   China PR AFC 182 1992 2003 [25]
45 Rhian Wilkinson   Canada CONCACAF 181 26 April 2003 4 February 2017 [47]
Tobin Heath   United States CONCACAF 18 January 2008 5 August 2021 [48]
47 Shannon MacMillan   United States CONCACAF 177 7 July 1993 23 October 2005 [2][4]
Fara Williams   England
  Great Britain
UEFA 24 November 2001 4 March 2018
49 Desiree Scott   Canada CONCACAF 176 24 February 2010 26 June 2022 [49]
50 Briana Scurry   United States CONCACAF 175 16 March 1994 5 November 2008 [2][4]
Eugénie Le Sommer   France UEFA 12 February 2009 13 April 2021 [50][51]
52 Ariane Hingst   Germany UEFA 174 27 August 1996 5 July 2011 [52]
53 Liu Ailing   China PR AFC 173 1987 2001 [25]
54 Bente Nordby   Norway UEFA 172 30 August 1991 27 October 2007 [39]
Marta   Brazil CONMEBOL 19 November 2002 22 February 2022
56 Carla Overbeck   United States CONCACAF 170 1 June 1988 17 December 2000 [2][53][4]
Janine van Wyk   South Africa CAF 3 December 2005 17 June 2019 [54]
58 Victoria Svensson   Sweden UEFA 166 9 October 1996 4 September 2009 [55]
59 Wen Lirong   China PR AFC 163 1987 2001 [25]
Sun Wen   China PR AFC 1990 2001 [25]
Gaëtane Thiney   France UEFA 28 February 2007 9 November 2019 [56]
62 Wang Liping   China PR AFC 162 1992 2004 [25]
Aya Miyama   Japan AFC 19 March 2003 2016 [57]
Trine Rønning   Norway UEFA 23 October 1999 9 March 2016 [39]
Jill Scott   England
  Great Britain
UEFA 31 August 2006 30 July 2021
66 Natalia Chatzigiannidou   Greece UEFA 161 2 November 1997 27 November 2020 [58][59][60][61]
67 Sanne Troelsgaard Nielsen   Denmark UEFA 160 10 March 2008 30 November 2021 [62]
68 Noko Matlou   South Africa CAF 159 2006 13 April 2021
69 Cindy Parlow   United States CONCACAF 158 14 January 1996 2004
Anja Mittag   Germany UEFA 31 March 2004 30 July 2017 [63]
Ria Percival   New Zealand OFC 14 November 2006 17 February 2022 [64][65]
72 Kristin Bengtsson   Sweden UEFA 157 26 February 1991 1 November 2005 [66]
73 Annemieke Griffioen   Netherlands UEFA 156 9 December 1995 18 May 2011 [67]
Sonia Bompastor   France UEFA 26 February 2000 2012 [68]
Kosovare Asllani   Sweden UEFA 27 September 2008 21 September 2021 [69]
Waraporn Boonsing   Thailand AFC 2009 21 January 2022
77 Tatiana Zorri   Italy UEFA 155 1994 2010
Christen Press   United States CONCACAF 9 February 2013 5 August 2021 [70]
79 Bettina Wiegmann   Germany UEFA 154 1989 2003 [71]
Bi Yan   China PR AFC 2004 2011
81 Carolina Morace   Italy UEFA 153 1978 1997
Michelle Akers   United States CONCACAF 18 August 1985 24 August 2000 [2]
Johanna Rasmussen   Denmark UEFA 17 October 2002 30 August 2018 [72]
84 Linda Medalen   Norway UEFA 152 7 October 1987 23 October 1999 [39]
Ma Xiaoxu   China PR AFC 2005 2016
86 Heidi Støre   Norway UEFA 151 10 July 1980 6 July 1997 [39]
Malin Andersson   Sweden UEFA 4 May 1994 24 September 2005
Cheryl Salisbury   Australia OFC/AFC 20 April 1994 31 January 2009
89 Lisa De Vanna   Australia OFC/AFC 150 18 February 2004 18 June 2019
Maren Mjelde   Norway UEFA 27 October 2007 27 October 2020 [39]
Cristiane   Brazil CONMEBOL 3 August 2003 24 February 2021 [73]
92 Renate Lingor   Germany UEFA 149 1995 2008 [74]
Mpumi Nyandeni   South Africa CAF 2002 2019
Zhang Rui   China PR AFC 2009 25 June 2019
Karen Carney   England
  Great Britain
UEFA 17 February 2005 6 July 2019 [75][76]
Sarah Bouhaddi   France UEFA 2004 4 March 2020 [77]
Kim Little   Scotland
  Great Britain
UEFA 14 February 2007 30 July 2021 [78]
98 Kelley O'Hara   United States CONCACAF 148 2010 21 October 2021
99 Sandra Minnert   Germany UEFA 147 1992 2007 [79]
100 Pia Sundhage   Sweden UEFA 146 15 June 1975 25 July 1996 [80]
Nadine Angerer   Germany UEFA 27 August 1996 4 July 2015 [81]
Dyanne Bito   Netherlands UEFA 14 October 2000 2015 [82]
103 Carla Couto   Portugal UEFA 145 1993 2012
Louisa Cadamuro   France UEFA 19 February 2005 2016 [83]
Alex Scott   England
  Great Britain
UEFA 18 September 2004 2017
Wang Shanshan   China PR AFC 2012 20 January 2022
107 Doris Fitschen   Germany UEFA 144 1986 2001 [84]
Svetlana Petko   Soviet Union
  Russia
UEFA 1985 2005 [25]
Ingvild Stensland   Norway UEFA 23 January 2003 7 June 2016 [39]
Abby Erceg   New Zealand OFC 14 November 2006 27 July 2021 [85][86]
111 Marleen Wissink   Netherlands UEFA 141 1989 2006 [87]
Pauline Hamill   Scotland UEFA 1992 25 August 2010 [88]
Élodie Thomis   France UEFA 2005 2017 [89]
114 Ali Riley   New Zealand OFC 140 6 February 2007 27 November 2021
Jane Ross   Scotland UEFA 10 March 2009 19 February 2021 [90]
116 Daphne Koster   Netherlands UEFA 139 1997 2013
Shinobu Ohno   Japan AFC 2003 2016 [91]
Clare Polkinghorne   Australia AFC 2006 21 January 2022
119 Ingrid Hjelmseth   Norway UEFA 138 23 January 2003 3 September 2019 [39]
120 Annike Krahn   Germany UEFA 137 28 January 2005 19 August 2016 [92]
Heather Mitts   United States CONCACAF 1999 2012
Cho So-hyun   South Korea AFC 2007 30 January 2022
123 Merete Pedersen   Denmark UEFA 136 11 March 1993 11 March 2011 [93]
Manon Melis   Netherlands UEFA 25 April 2004 9 March 2016 [94]
Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir   Iceland UEFA 26 August 2007 1 December 2020
Cláudia Neto   Portugal UEFA 2006 13 April 2021
127 Cat Whitehill   United States CONCACAF 135 6 July 2000 31 March 2010
Casey Stoney   England
  Great Britain
UEFA 2000 2017
Anna Westerlund   Finland UEFA 2007 21 October 2021 [95]
Jen Beattie   Scotland UEFA 5 March 2008 21 October 2021 [96]
131 Tisha Venturini   United States CONCACAF 134 1992 2000 [2]
Rachel Yankey   England
  Great Britain
UEFA 23 August 1997 2015
Emma Byrne   Republic of Ireland UEFA 1996 2017
Lisa Dahlkvist   Sweden UEFA 12 February 2008 29 July 2017 [97][98]
Sofia Jakobsson   Sweden UEFA 17 May 2011 30 November 2021 [99]
136 Unni Lehn   Norway UEFA 133 31 August 1996 14 July 2007 [39]
Sandra Smisek   Germany UEFA 1995 2008 [100]
Liu Huana   China PR AFC  – 2011
Katrín Jónsdóttir   Iceland UEFA 9 May 1994 2013
Leanne Ross   Scotland UEFA 2006 27 July 2017 [101]
Alessia Tuttino   Italy UEFA 2002 16 February 2016
Isabell Herlovsen   Norway UEFA 11 March 2005 8 October 2019 [39]
Theresa Eslund   Denmark UEFA 5 March 2008 7 March 2020 [102]
Nothando Vilakazi   South Africa CAF 2007 17 June 2019
Lieke Martens   Netherlands UEFA 2011 22 February 2022 [103]
146 Liu Ying   China PR AFC 132  – 2004
Andrea Neil   Canada CONCACAF 19 April 1991 15 September 2007 [104]
Lauren Holiday   United States CONCACAF 26 January 2007 25 October 2015
Brittany Baxter   Canada CONCACAF 9 April 2002 26 November 2014 [105]
Sara Thunebro   Sweden UEFA 30 January 2004 17 June 2015 [106]
Edite Fernandes   Portugal UEFA 1998 2016
Yūki Nagasato   Japan AFC 2002 2016 [107]
Line Røddik Hansen   Denmark UEFA 25 February 2006 19 September 2017 [108]
Amy Rodriguez   United States CONCACAF 11 March 2005 8 June 2018
155 Aly Wagner   United States CONCACAF 131 1998 2009
Ana Borges   Portugal UEFA 2009 13 April 2021
Pernille Harder   Denmark UEFA 24 October 2009 21 October 2021 [109]
158 Hanna Ljungberg   Sweden UEFA 130 2 June 1996 20 July 2008 [110]
Kerstin Garefrekes   Germany UEFA 17 November 2001 9 July 2011 [92]
Laura Kalmari   Finland UEFA 11 March 1996 2011 [95]
Megan Sneddon   Scotland UEFA 2002 17 September 2014 [111]
Heather Garriock   Australia OFC/AFC 28 October 1999 11 September 2011
163 Wendie Renard   France UEFA 129 2011 22 February 2022 [112]
Charmaine Hooper   Canada CONCACAF 7 July 1986 30 July 2006 [113]
Martina Moser    Switzerland UEFA 20 August 2005 2017 [114][115]
Steph Houghton   England
  Great Britain
UEFA 8 March 2007 30 July 2021
167 Elise Thorsnes   Norway UEFA 128 10 May 2006 15 June 2021 [39]
Carole Costa   Portugal UEFA 2008 13 June 2021
169 Tatiana Skotnikova   Russia UEFA 127 2003 2011
Caroline Abbé    Switzerland UEFA 25 February 2006 2017 [114][116]
Katrine Veje   Denmark UEFA 22 July 2009 15 June 2021 [117]
Rachel Corsie   Scotland UEFA 5 March 2009 21 October 2021 [118]
173 Silke Rottenberg   Germany UEFA 126 1993 2008 [119]
Karolina Westberg   Sweden UEFA 21 May 1997 20 July 2008
Lindsay Tarpley   United States CONCACAF 12 January 2003 2011
Kozue Ando   Japan AFC 1999 2015 [120]
Ifeoma Dieke   Scotland
  Great Britain
UEFA 2004 27 July 2017 [121]
Linda Sembrant   Sweden UEFA 12 February 2008 10 April 2021 [122]
Sara Gama   Italy UEFA 2006 10 June 2021
Ji So-yun   South Korea AFC 2006 21 January 2022
181 Martina Voss   Germany UEFA 125 3 October 1984 2000 [123]
Melissa Tancredi   Canada CONCACAF 26 February 2004 4 February 2017 [124]
Amber Hearn   New Zealand OFC 2005 2017
Katie Duncan   New Zealand OFC 2005 20 June 2019
Loes Geurts   Netherlands UEFA 2005 7 March 2020
Ana-Maria Crnogorčević    Switzerland UEFA 2009 13 April 2021
Dolores Silva   Portugal UEFA 2009 13 June 2021
188 Natalia Barbachina   Russia UEFA 124 1990 2011 [25]
Portia Modise   South Africa CAF 2000 2015 [125]
Lara Dickenmann    Switzerland UEFA 2002 2017
Mizuho Sakaguchi   Japan AFC 2006 11 November 2018 [126]
Margrét Lára Viðarsdóttir   Iceland UEFA 2003 8 October 2019
Annalie Longo   New Zealand OFC 2006 24 July 2021
Janice Cayman   Belgium UEFA 5 May 2007 12 April 2022
Wu Haiyan   China PR AFC 2012 8 April 2021
196 Ri Kum-suk   North Korea AFC 123 20 June 1999 2009 [25]
Anita Pádár   Hungary UEFA 1995 2015
Melanie Behringer   Germany UEFA 2005 2016 [127]
Marie-Laure Delie   France UEFA 2009 2017 [128]
Crystal Dunn   United States CONCACAF 13 February 2013 16 September 2021 [129]
Daniëlle van de Donk   Netherlands UEFA 15 December 2010 25 November 2021 [130]
202 Azusa Iwashimizu   Japan AFC 122 18 February 2006 2016 [131]
Gu Yasha   China PR AFC 2005 7 November 2019
Betsy Hassett   New Zealand OFC 2008 27 July 2021
205 Tamires   Brazil CONMEBOL 121 22 September 2013 22 February 2022
Corinne Diacre   France UEFA 9 March 1993 2005 [132]
Julie Fleeting   Scotland UEFA 1996 8 February 2015 [133]
Cathrine Paaske-Sørensen   Denmark UEFA 14 March 2000 7 October 2010 [134]
Kelly Smith   England
  Great Britain
UEFA 1995 2014
Saki Kumagai   Japan AFC 2008 21 January 2022 [135]
Li Ying   China PR AFC 2012 21 January 2022
212 Brit Sandaune   Norway UEFA 120 20 March 1995 16 November 2003
Irina Grigorieva   Soviet Union
  Russia
UEFA 1985 2005 [25]
Hanna Marklund   Sweden UEFA 30 August 1997 28 November 2007 [136]
Lorrie Fair   United States CONCACAF 1996 2008 [25]
Sanna Valkonen   Finland UEFA 1995 2010 [95]
Hallbera Guðný Gísladóttir   Iceland UEFA 2008 15 June 2021
Kim Jung-mi   South Korea AFC 2003 21 January 2022
Erin McLeod   Canada CONCACAF 3 March 2002 8 April 2022 [137][138]
220 Carin Jennings-Gabarra   United States CONCACAF 119 5 July 1987 1 August 1996 [2]
Antonella Carta   Italy UEFA 1984 1999
Gillian Coultard   England UEFA 1981 13 May 2000 [25]
Hiromi Ikeda   Japan AFC 1997 2011 [25]
Jess Fishlock   Wales UEFA 2006 15 June 2021
Kadeisha Buchanan   Canada CONCACAF 12 January 2013 26 June 2022 [139]
226 Anne Eggers Nielsen   Denmark UEFA 118 15 August 1993 28 November 2007 [140]
Ho Sun-hui   North Korea AFC 2003 2009 [25]
Jessica Julin   Finland UEFA 10 March 1997 3 September 2009 [95]
Anne Mäkinen   Finland UEFA 8 June 1991 3 September 2009 [95]
Babett Peter   Germany UEFA 2006 2018 [141]
Ramona Bachmann    Switzerland UEFA 2007 23 October 2021
232 Debinha   Brazil CONMEBOL 117 18 October 2011 22 February 2022
Marina Burakova   Soviet Union
  Russia
UEFA 1985 2004 [25]
Rhonda Jones   Scotland UEFA 1998 7 April 2013 [142]
Duangnapa Sritala   Thailand AFC 2008 2019
236 Maribel Domínguez   Mexico CONCACAF 116 1998 2016
Lou Jiahui   China PR AFC 2008 13 April 2021
Julie Ertz   United States CONCACAF 9 February 2013 5 August 2021
239 Stéphanie Mugneret-Béghé   France UEFA 115 1992 2005 [143]
Sun Qingmei   China PR AFC 1984 1997
Pitsamai Sornsai   Thailand AFC 2005 20 June 2019
Liu Shanshan   China PR AFC 2012 10 November 2019
Julie Nelson   Northern Ireland UEFA 2004 10 June 2021
244 Tomoe Kato   Japan AFC 114 1997 2008
Wang Shuang   China PR AFC 12 January 2013 21 January 2022
Candace Chapman   Canada CONCACAF 1 March 2002 9 August 2012 [144]
Melania Gabbiadini   Italy UEFA 2003 25 July 2017
Dóra María Lárusdóttir   Iceland UEFA 2003 2017
Aya Sameshima   Japan AFC 2008 8 April 2021 [145]
Katrin Loo   Estonia UEFA 2008 23 October 2020
Sarah Puntigam   Austria UEFA 4 March 2009 27 November 2021
Dorianne Theuma   Malta UEFA 2003 2022
253 Rumi Utsugi   Japan AFC 113 2005 2 June 2019 [146]
Malin Moström   Sweden UEFA 26 July 1998 24 September 2006 [147]
Randee Hermus   Canada CONCACAF 12 March 2000 9 August 2008 [148]
Rachel Buehler   United States CONCACAF 5 March 2008 2015
Hólmfríður Magnúsdóttir   Iceland UEFA 2003 27 October 2020
Elise Kellond-Knight   Australia AFC 2007 11 March 2020
Linda Sällström   Finland UEFA 31 May 2007 21 October 2021 [149]
Emily van Egmond   Australia AFC 2010 21 January 2022
261 Elisabeth Leidinge   Sweden UEFA 112 27 July 1974 13 June 1995 [150]
Marinette Pichon   France UEFA 1994 2006 [151]
Tiffany Roberts   United States CONCACAF 1994 2009 [2]
Sara Larsson   Sweden UEFA 8 September 2000 15 September 2012
Rosana   Brazil CONMEBOL 25 June 2000 2015 [152]
Tuija Hyyrynen   Finland UEFA 2007 11 April 2021 [95]
267 Hoda Lattaf   France UEFA 111 1997 2008 [153]
Giorgia Brenzan   Italy UEFA 1987 1992
Silvia Neid   Germany UEFA 1982 1996 [154]
Lena Videkull   Sweden UEFA 12 May 1984 31 August 1996 [155]
Ann Kristin Aarønes   Norway UEFA 2 September 1990 23 October 1999 [39]
Maria Lazarou   Greece UEFA 1991 2004 [25]
Steffi Jones   Germany UEFA 3 July 1993 26 March 2007 [156]
Maria Makowska   Poland UEFA 1986 2008
Guadalupe Worbis   Mexico CONCACAF 2004 2013
Célia Šašić   Germany UEFA 28 January 2005 4 July 2015 [157][158]
Aline Zeler   Belgium UEFA 2005 2018 [159]
Áine O'Gorman   Republic of Ireland UEFA 2006 25 November 2021
Nanna Christiansen   Denmark UEFA 4 March 2009 10 June 2021
Kethy Õunpuu   Estonia UEFA 2008 13 June 2021
Lucie Martínková   Czech Republic UEFA 8 June 2003 21 September 2021 [160]
Alexandra Popp   Germany UEFA 2010 13 April 2021 [161]
283 Elisabetta Vignotto   Italy UEFA 110 19 September 1970 15 November 1989
Gunn Nyborg   Norway UEFA 7 July 1978 10 October 1992 [39]
Joanne Peters   Australia OFC/AFC 1996 7 February 2009 [25]
Karina LeBlanc   Canada CONCACAF 21 July 1998 13 January 2015 [162]
Lyudmyla Pekur   Ukraine UEFA 1997 2016
Rosie White   New Zealand OFC 2009 10 March 2020 [163]
Ashley Hutton   Northern Ireland UEFA 5 March 2005 13 April 2021
Sophie Ingle   Wales
  Great Britain
UEFA 28 October 2009 30 July 2021
291 Jane Törnqvist   Sweden UEFA 109 30 August 1995 18 July 2006 [164]
Lene Jensen   Denmark UEFA 7 September 1996 1 April 2010 [165]
Đoàn Thị Kim Chi   Vietnam AFC 1998 2010
Angela Hucles   United States CONCACAF 27 April 2002 2009
Refiloe Jane   South Africa CAF 2012 10 November 2019
Fanndís Friðriksdóttir   Iceland UEFA 2009 10 March 2020
Dzsenifer Marozsán   Germany UEFA 28 October 2010 30 November 2021 [166]
Ellen White   England
  Great Britain
UEFA 2010 30 November 2021
299 Þóra Björg Helgadóttir   Iceland UEFA 108 1998 2014
Nina Burger   Austria UEFA 2005 2019
Kristine Minde   Norway UEFA 6 July 2011 22 September 2020
Agnieszka Winczo   Poland UEFA 2004 27 October 2020
Ali Krieger   United States CONCACAF 16 January 2008 22 January 2021
Sílvia Rebelo   Portugal UEFA 23 September 2009 10 June 2021
Lindsey Horan   United States CONCACAF 8 March 2013 5 August 2021
Jana Vojteková   Slovakia UEFA 2010 22 February 2022
307 Ane Stangeland Horpestad   Norway UEFA 107 12 May 1999 2 October 2008 [39]
Mariann Gajhede Knudsen   Denmark UEFA 5 October 2003 26 November 2015 [167]
Eniola Aluko   England
  Great Britain
UEFA 2004 2016
Kaire Palmaru   Estonia UEFA 2001 7 November 2019 [168]
311 Sylvia Smit   Netherlands UEFA 106 2004 2013 [169]
Lori Chalupny   United States CONCACAF 7 March 2001 25 October 2015 [170]
Lena Goeßling   Germany UEFA 2008 12 June 2019 [171]
Pikul Khueanpet   Thailand AFC 2009 10 February 2020
Loren Dykes   Wales UEFA 2007 6 March 2020
Kyah Simon   Australia AFC 4 August 2007 21 January 2022
Tessa Wullaert   Belgium UEFA 20 August 2011 12 April 2022 [172]
Vivianne Miedema   Netherlands UEFA 26 September 2013 22 February 2022 [173]
Ashley Lawrence   Canada CONCACAF 12 January 2013 26 June 2022 [174]
320 Gro Espeseth   Norway UEFA 105 2 March 1991 28 September 2000 [39]
Lene Terp   Denmark UEFA 9 March 1993 25 May 2003 [175]
Ciara Grant   Republic of Ireland UEFA 1995 2012
Anna-Kaisa Rantanen   Finland UEFA 6 July 1996 27 October 2011 [95]
Mamello Makhabane   South Africa CAF 2005 9 November 2019
Davina Philtjens   Belgium UEFA 17 February 2008 12 April 2022
Andressa Alves   Brazil CONMEBOL 2012 30 July 2021
Samantha Kerr   Australia AFC 7 February 2009 21 January 2022 [176]
Tinja-Riikka Korpela   Finland UEFA 7 March 2007 8 April 2022
329 Heidi Mohr   Germany UEFA 104 19 May 1984 29 September 1996 [177]
Sarina Wiegman   Netherlands UEFA 23 May 1987 2001
Juana López   Mexico CONCACAF 1993 2011
Suzanne Grant   Scotland UEFA 29 November 2000 7 April 2013 [178]
Kirsty Yallop   New Zealand OFC 2004 2017
Amanda Dlamini   South Africa CAF 2007 2017
Carina Wenninger   Austria UEFA 5 May 2007 14 June 2021
Warunee Phetwiset   Thailand AFC 2014 2022
Carolina Mendes   Portugal UEFA 2007 23 February 2022
Mária Korenčiová   Slovakia UEFA 2006 8 April 2022
Henrietta Csiszár   Hungary UEFA 2012 11 April 2022
340 Bai Jie   China PR AFC 103 1997 2003
Edda Garðarsdóttir   Iceland UEFA 1999 2013
Sanna Talonen   Finland UEFA 2004 2014 [95]
Kwon Hah-nul   South Korea AFC 2006 2016
Anouk Hoogendijk   Netherlands UEFA 2004 2017 [179]
Simone Laudehr   Germany UEFA 2007 2017 [180]
Hayley Lauder   Scotland UEFA 26 February 2010 10 March 2020
Rakel Hönnudóttir   Iceland UEFA 5 March 2008 1 December 2020
Lucia Ondrušová   Slovakia UEFA 7 March 2006 14 June 2021 [181]
Dominika Škorvánková   Slovakia UEFA 2009 14 June 2021 [182]
Alexandra Bíróová   Slovakia UEFA 14 June 2021 [182]
Alanna Kennedy   Australia AFC 24 June 2012 21 January 2022
Diana Bartovičová   Slovakia UEFA 2010 8 April 2022
353 Anissa Tann   Australia OFC 102 1 June 1988 9 October 2002
Pia Wunderlich   Germany UEFA 1993 2006 [183]
Amy Walsh   Canada CONCACAF 19 July 1998 12 March 2009 [184]
Paula Cristina   Portugal UEFA 15 June 1995 2010
Rachel Unitt   England UEFA 2000 2013
Tameka Yallop   Australia AFC 4 August 2007 30 November 2021
Elvira Todua   Russia UEFA 28 August 2005 30 November 2021 [185]
Wilaiporn Boothduang   Thailand AFC 2009 4 February 2022
Niamh Fahey   Republic of Ireland UEFA 7 March 2007 12 April 2022
Steph Catley   Australia AFC 24 June 2012 12 April 2022
363 Maureen Mmadu   Nigeria CAF 101 1993 2011
Luz Saucedo   Mexico CONCACAF 2003 2012
Martina Müller   Germany UEFA 2000 2012 [186]
Kaylyn Kyle   Canada CONCACAF 16 January 2008 27 June 2015 [187]
Saskia Bartusiak   Germany UEFA 2007 2016 [188]
Jeon Ga-eul   South Korea AFC 2007 6 April 2019
Petra Bertholdová   Czech Republic UEFA 24 March 2002 21 September 2021 [189]
Signy Aarna   Estonia UEFA 29 April 2009 8 April 2022
Dagný Brynjarsdóttir   Iceland UEFA 24 February 2010 12 April 2022
Glódís Perla Viggósdóttir   Iceland UEFA 4 August 2012 12 April 2022
Caitlin Foord   Australia AFC 12 May 2011 12 April 2022
374 Katri Mattsson   Finland UEFA 100 1999 2015 [95]
Petra Hogewoning   Netherlands UEFA 2004 2015 [190]
Yukari Kinga   Japan AFC 2005 2016 [191]
Elena Morozova   Russia UEFA 7 September 2005 6 December 2018
Leandra Smeda   South Africa CAF 2012 10 November 2019
Sarah Gregorius   New Zealand OFC 29 September 2010 4 March 2020
Hannah Wilkinson   New Zealand OFC 17 February 2010 27 July 2021
Helen Ward   Wales UEFA 30 September 2008 8 April 2022
Natasha Harding   Wales UEFA 8 May 2008 12 April 2022
Jessie Fleming   Canada CONCACAF 15 December 2013 26 June 2022
Alexia Putellas   Spain UEFA 28 June 2013 1 July 2022

Most women with 100 or more caps by countryEdit

As of 1 July 2022.
Number
Nation Confederation
41   United States CONCACAF
27   Germany UEFA
23   China PR AFC
22   Sweden UEFA
18   Norway UEFA
  Canada CONCACAF
16   France UEFA
14   Australia OFC through 2005
AFC 2006–present
  Denmark UEFA
  Netherlands UEFA
  Scotland/  Great Britain UEFA
13   Japan AFC
12   England/  Great Britain UEFA
  Iceland UEFA
11   Finland UEFA
  New Zealand OFC
9   Italy UEFA
  Portugal UEFA
  South Africa CAF
7   Brazil CONMEBOL
  Soviet Union/  Russia UEFA
6   Slovakia UEFA
  Thailand AFC
5   South Korea AFC
   Switzerland UEFA
  Wales/  Great Britain UEFA
4   Belgium UEFA
  Estonia UEFA
  Republic of Ireland UEFA
  Mexico CONCACAF
3   Austria UEFA
2   Czech Republic UEFA
  Hungary UEFA
  Greece UEFA
  Northern Ireland UEFA
  North Korea AFC
  Poland UEFA
1   Malta UEFA
  Nigeria CAF
  Spain UEFA
  Ukraine UEFA
  Vietnam AFC
384 42 FIFA

Most women with 100 or more caps by ConfederationsEdit

As of 1 July 2022.
Footballers Confederation
229 UEFA
63 AFC
63 CONCACAF
12 OFC
10 CAF
7 CONMEBOL
384 Total

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