In February 2009, the team went to Jordan again, but this time for a training camp. The Netherlands' Women's Football Federation has shown interest in helping the team and has invited them for a training camp in Netherlands.
Due to the conditions in Afghanistan and the controversy surrounding the female Muslim football teams, it has been difficult for the Afghanistan Football Federation to obtain long-term sponsorship. In May 2010, Danish sports brand Hummel International signed up the male, female and youth teams of Afghanistan. In October 2010 the team played a friendly match against ISAF on the NATO ground in Kabul. The Afghans won 1-0.
Currently, the Afghan team has 22 members coached by Abdul Saboor Walizada. There are around 25 women's football teams around the country and the Football Federation considers to hold the first national football tournament in the country this year. In December 2010, the team played its first official international game, against Nepal, during the South Asian Football Federation Women's Championships in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. On 16 February 2012 they completed a 2-0 win against Qatar, their first official international victory.