|Full name||Chou Tai-ying (周台英)|
|Date of birth||August 16, 1963|
|Place of birth||Republic of China (Taiwan)|
|Playing position||Manager (former striker/midfielder)|
|1987–1989||SV Bergisch Gladbach 09|
|1989–1993||Suzuyo Shimizu F.C. Lovely Ladies|
|2005––present||Natl. Taiwan Normal Uni.|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Chou Tai-ying (Chinese: 周台英, born August 16, 1963) is a Taiwanese female football (soccer) coach and former player. She is considered the most successful Taiwanese footballer so far. She was Chinese Taipei's key player in the 1980s and early 1990s, winning three AFC Women's Asian Cups (1977, 1979, 1981) and two OFC Women's Championships (1986, 1989). She was also one of the few Taiwanese players who have played for foreign professional clubs. In 1987, she joined the German football club SV Bergisch Gladbach 09 and won two championships. She joined Suzuyo Shimizu F.C. Ladies of Japanese L. League in 1989, in which Shimizu F.C. Ladies won the first league season title and Chou herself scored 12 goals, making her the Golden Boot winner and member of Best XI. She retired from player career after 1994 Asian Games.
She was captain of Chinese Taipei women's national football team at the inaugural 1991 FIFA Women's World Cup. The team reached the quarter finals before being beaten 7–0 by eventual winners United States.
In 2005, Chou took over as the head coach of Chinese Taipei women's national football team.
- AFC Women's Asian Cup: 1977, 1979, 1981
- AFC Women's Asian Cup MVP: 1979
- OFC Women's Championship: 1986, 1989
- With Shimizu F.C. Ladies
- 木蘭隊揚威國際 球后周台英不讓鬚眉 (in Chinese).
- "Schnuppern am Pokal" (in German). Südwest Presse. 5 July 2011. Retrieved 15 May 2013.
- "JLSL & Women's Football 1989/90".
- 中國台北主帥周台英雄心萬丈 (in Chinese). Asian Football Confederation. July 23, 2006.
- "FIFA Women's World Cup China '91 - Technical Report & Statistics" (PDF). FIFA. p. 76. Retrieved 20 April 2013.
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