List of footballers with 100 or more caps

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This is a list of association football players with 100 or more international appearances.

The all-time leader in senior caps for either gender, Kristine Lilly of the United States, had 354 caps and retired from football on 6 January 2011. Seventeen other women — ten of them American, two from China and one each from Germany, Sweden, Canada, Denmark and Japan — have 200 or more caps. No man has obtained 200 caps. The current active leaders in caps are Christine Sinclair of Canada, among women, with 268; and Bader Al-Mutawa of Kuwait, among men, with 164.

As of 16 October 2018, a total of 474 male and 275 female footballers have played 100 or more "A" international matches for their respective nation(s), according to FIFA's official documents.[1] Ahmed Hassan, Egypt international, currently holds the men's all-time record with 184 caps. The first footballer to win 100 international caps was Billy Wright of Wolverhampton Wanderers and England in 1959; in all, he appeared 105 times for England, 90 of them as captain.

FIFA criteria[edit]

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 1948 (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.

Men[edit]

Updated as of 17 October 2018.

Players who are currently internationally active are listed in bold.[1][2]

Indicates the most-capped player of the respective nation.
Rank Name Country Confederation Caps First cap Last cap Career span
1 Ahmed Hassan  Egypt CAF 184 29 December 1995 22 May 2012 16 years, 145 days
2 Mohamed Al-Deayea[3]  Saudi Arabia AFC 178 9 April 1993 11 May 2006 13 years, 32 days
3 Claudio Suárez  Mexico CONCACAF 177 26 July 1992 1 June 2006 13 years, 310 days
4 Gianluigi Buffon  Italy UEFA 176 29 October 1997 23 March 2018 20 years, 145 days
5 Hossam Hassan[4]  Egypt CAF 169 10 September 1985 7 February 2006 20 years, 150 days
6 Iván Hurtado  Ecuador CONMEBOL 168 24 May 1992 14 October 2014 22 years, 143 days
7 Vitālijs Astafjevs  Latvia UEFA 167 26 August 1992 17 November 2010 18 years, 83 days
= Iker Casillas  Spain UEFA 167 3 June 2000 1 June 2016 15 years, 364 days
9 Cobi Jones  United States CONCACAF 164 3 September 1992 9 October 2004 12 years, 36 days
= Bader Al-Mutawa  Kuwait AFC 164 4 September 2003 11 October 2018 15 years, 37 days
11 Adnan Al-Talyani  United Arab Emirates AFC 161 10 March 1984 17 December 1997 13 years, 282 days
12 Sergio Ramos  Spain UEFA 160 27 March 2005 15 October 2018 13 years, 203 days
13 Essam El-Hadary  Egypt CAF 159 25 March 1996 25 June 2018 22 years, 92 days
14 Martin Reim  Estonia UEFA 157 3 June 1992 6 June 2009 17 years, 3 days
= Landon Donovan  United States CONCACAF 157 25 October 2000 10 October 2014 13 years, 350 days
16 Sami Al-Jaber  Saudi Arabia AFC 156 11 September 1992 23 June 2006 13 years, 285 days
= Salman Isa  Bahrain AFC 156 6 February 2001 29 November 2012 11 years, 297 days
18 Ahmed Mubarak  Oman AFC 154 25 September 2003 27 March 2018 14 years, 183 days
= Cristiano Ronaldo  Portugal UEFA 154 20 August 2003 30 June 2018 14 years, 314 days
20 Yasuhito Endō  Japan AFC 152 20 November 2002 23 January 2015 12 years, 64 days
= Andrés Guardado  Mexico CONCACAF 152 14 December 2005 2 July 2018 12 years, 200 days
22 Javad Nekounam  Iran AFC 151 12 January 2000 31 March 2015 15 years, 78 days
23 Lothar Matthäus  West Germany
 Germany
UEFA 150 14 June 1980 20 June 2000 20 years, 6 days
24 Ali Daei  Iran AFC 149 6 June 1993 21 June 2006 13 years, 15 days
= Gabriel Gómez  Panama CONCACAF 149 9 February 2003 28 June 2018 15 years, 139 days
26 Anders Svensson  Sweden UEFA 148 27 November 1999 19 November 2013 13 years, 357 days
= Younis Mahmoud  Iraq AFC 148 19 July 2002 29 March 2016 13 years, 254 days
= Paulo da Silva  Paraguay CONMEBOL 148 25 April 2000 10 October 2017 17 years, 168 days
29 Javier Mascherano  Argentina CONMEBOL 147 16 July 2003 30 June 2018 14 years, 349 days
= Rafael Márquez  Mexico CONCACAF 147 5 February 1997 2 July 2018 21 years, 147 days
= Maynor Figueroa  Honduras CONCACAF 147 31 January 2003 11 October 2018 15 years, 253 days
32 Pável Pardo  Mexico CONCACAF 146 31 August 1996 6 June 2009 12 years, 279 days
= Gerardo Torrado  Mexico CONCACAF 146 9 June 1999 6 September 2013 14 years, 89 days
= Robbie Keane  Republic of Ireland UEFA 146 25 March 1998 31 August 2016 18 years, 159 days
35 Mohamed Husain  Bahrain AFC 145 18 March 1997 15 January 2015 17 years, 303 days
= Daniel Bennett  Singapore AFC 145 11 December 2002 14 November 2017 14 years, 338 days
37 Anatoliy Tymoshchuk  Ukraine UEFA 144 26 April 2000 21 June 2016 16 years, 56 days
38 Thomas Ravelli  Sweden UEFA 143 1 March 1981 11 October 1997 16 years, 224 days
= Marko Kristal  Estonia UEFA 143 3 June 1992 20 April 2005 12 years, 321 days
= Javier Zanetti  Argentina CONMEBOL 143 16 November 1994 16 July 2011 16 years, 242 days
= Michael Bradley  United States CONCACAF 142 26 May 2006 16 October 2018 12 years, 143 days
42 Mohammed Al-Khilaiwi  Saudi Arabia AFC 142 20 October 1992 5 October 2001 8 years, 350 days
= Abdullah Zubromawi  Saudi Arabia AFC 142 18 April 1993 11 June 2002 9 years, 54 days
= Cafu  Brazil CONMEBOL 142 12 September 1990 1 July 2006 15 years, 292 days
= Lilian Thuram  France UEFA 142 17 August 1994 13 June 2008 13 years, 301 days
= Fawzi Bashir  Oman AFC 142 18 February 2001 11 January 2013 11 years, 328 days
46 Clint Dempsey  United States CONCACAF 141 17 November 2004 10 October 2017 12 years, 327 days
48 Giorgos Karagounis  Greece UEFA 139 20 August 1999 29 June 2014 14 years, 313 days
= Amer Shafi  Jordan AFC 139 17 August 2002 13 June 2017 14 years, 300 days
50 Amado Guevara  Honduras CONCACAF 138 5 May 1994 21 June 2010 16 years, 47 days
= Osama Hawsawi  Saudi Arabia AFC 138 11 October 2006 25 June 2018 11 years, 257 days
52 Hussein Saeed  Iraq AFC 137 5 September 1976 3 March 1990 13 years, 179 days
= Walter Centeno  Costa Rica CONCACAF 137 27 September 1995 18 November 2009 14 years, 52 days
= Rigobert Song  Cameroon CAF 137 22 September 1993 24 June 2010 16 years, 275 days
= Jari Litmanen  Finland UEFA 137 22 October 1989 17 November 2010 21 years, 26 days
= Miroslav Klose  Germany UEFA 137 24 March 2001 13 July 2014 13 years, 111 days
= Jaime Penedo  Panama CONCACAF 137 29 June 2003 28 June 2018 14 years, 364 days
= Shahril Ishak  Singapore AFC 137 4 March 2003 16 October 2018 15 years, 226 days
59 Hong Myung-bo  South Korea AFC 136 4 February 1990 20 November 2002 12 years, 289 days
= Fabio Cannavaro  Italy UEFA 136 22 January 1997 24 June 2010 13 years, 153 days
= Hussein Abdulghani  Saudi Arabia AFC 136 22 September 1996 15 October 2018 22 years, 23 days
62 Waleed Ali  Kuwait AFC 135 9 May 2002 20 November 2014 12 years, 195 days
= Noel Valladares  Honduras CONCACAF 135 3 June 2000 10 February 2016 15 years, 252 days
64 Cha Bum-kun  South Korea AFC 134 7 May 1972 10 June 1986 14 years, 34 days
= Jeff Agoos  United States CONCACAF 134 10 January 1988 26 May 2003 15 years, 136 days
= Dorinel Munteanu  Romania UEFA 134 23 May 1991 12 September 2007 16 years, 112 days
= Kiatisuk Senamuang  Thailand AFC 134 8 April 1993 3 October 2007 14 years, 178 days
= Andres Oper  Estonia UEFA 134 19 May 1995 26 May 2014 19 years, 7 days
= Shay Given  Republic of Ireland UEFA 134 27 March 1996 31 May 2016 20 years, 65 days
= Darijo Srna  Croatia UEFA 134 20 November 2002 25 June 2016 13 years, 218 days
= Bashar Abdullah  Kuwait AFC 134 16 March 1996 25 May 2018 22 years, 70 days
= Taisir Al-Jassim  Saudi Arabia AFC 134 17 November 2004 20 June 2018 13 years, 215 days
= Wesley Sneijder  Netherlands UEFA 134 30 April 2003 6 September 2018 15 years, 129 days
= Michael Mifsud  Malta UEFA 134 10 February 2000 11 October 2018 18 years, 243 days
75 Xavi  Spain UEFA 133 15 November 2000 13 June 2014 13 years, 210 days
= Saud Kariri  Saudi Arabia AFC 133 23 July 2001 18 January 2015 13 years, 179 days
= Andreas Isaksson  Sweden UEFA 133 3 March 2002 22 June 2016 14 years, 111 days
= Carlos Ruiz  Guatemala CONCACAF 133 18 November 1998 6 September 2016 17 years, 293 days
= Baihakki Khaizan  Singapore AFC 133 4 August 2003 27 March 2018 14 years, 235 days
80 Sargis Hovsepyan  Armenia UEFA 132 14 October 1992 14 November 2012 20 years, 31 days
= Peter Jehle  Liechtenstein UEFA 132 14 October 1998 25 March 2018 19 years, 162 days
82 Ibrahim Hassan  Egypt CAF 131 3 February 1988 6 January 2002 13 years, 337 days
= Lee Woon-jae  South Korea AFC 131 11 June 1994 11 August 2010 16 years, 61 days
= Amer Deeb  Jordan AFC 131 13 February 2002 13 October 2014 12 years, 242 days
= Kim Källström  Sweden UEFA 131 1 February 2001 22 June 2016 15 years, 142 days
= Andrés Iniesta  Spain UEFA 131 27 May 2006 1 July 2018 12 years, 35 days
= Ahmed Fathy  Egypt CAF 131 16 December 2002 25 June 2018 15 years, 191 days
88 Jorge Campos  Mexico CONCACAF 130 20 November 1991 19 November 2003 11 years, 364 days
= Edwin van der Sar  Netherlands UEFA 130 7 June 1995 15 October 2008 13 years, 130 days
= Lukas Podolski  Germany UEFA 130 6 June 2004 22 March 2017 12 years, 289 days
91 Peter Schmeichel  Denmark UEFA 129 10 May 1988 25 April 2001 12 years, 350 days
= Juan Arango  Venezuela CONMEBOL 129 27 January 1999 8 September 2015 16 years, 224 days
93 Ian Goodison  Jamaica CONCACAF 128 3 March 1996 23 May 2009 13 years, 81 days
= Luis Marín  Costa Rica CONCACAF 128 23 June 1993 18 November 2009 16 years, 148 days
= Roberto Palacios  Peru CONMEBOL 128 24 November 1992 23 May 2012 19 years, 181 days
= Server Djeparov  Uzbekistan AFC 128 14 May 2002 5 September 2017 15 years, 114 days
= Lionel Messi  Argentina CONMEBOL 128 17 August 2005 30 June 2018 12 years, 317 days
98 Marcelo Balboa  United States CONCACAF 127 10 January 1988 16 January 2000 12 years, 6 days
= Linval Dixon  Jamaica CONCACAF 127 21 May 1993 2 April 2003 9 years, 316 days
= Luís Figo  Portugal UEFA 127 12 October 1991 8 July 2006 14 years, 269 days
= Lee Young-pyo  South Korea AFC 127 12 June 1999 28 January 2011 11 years, 230 days
= Ali Karimi  Iran AFC 127 13 October 1998 6 November 2012 14 years, 24 days
= Hassan Al-Ghilani  Oman AFC 127 16 September 2003 30 March 2015 11 years, 195 days
= Sergei Ignashevich  Russia UEFA 127 21 August 2002 7 July 2018 15 years, 320 days
105 Andoni Zubizarreta  Spain UEFA 126 23 January 1985 24 June 1998 13 years, 152 days
= Paolo Maldini  Italy UEFA 126 31 March 1988 18 June 2002 14 years, 79 days
= Dennis Rommedahl  Denmark UEFA 126 16 August 2000 11 June 2013 12 years, 299 days
= Mohamed Salmeen  Bahrain AFC 126 4 April 2000 19 November 2013 13 years, 229 days
= Yénier Márquez  Cuba CONCACAF 126 7 May 2000 15 July 2015 15 years, 69 days
= DaMarcus Beasley  United States CONCACAF 126 27 January 2001 5 September 2017 16 years, 221 days
= Enar Jääger  Estonia UEFA 126 12 October 2002 9 November 2017 15 years, 28 days
= Ismail Matar  United Arab Emirates AFC 126 27 September 2003 16 October 2018 15 years, 19 days
113 Peter Shilton  England UEFA 125 25 November 1970 7 July 1990 19 years, 224 days
= Roberto Carlos  Brazil CONMEBOL 125 26 February 1992 1 July 2006 14 years, 125 days
= Mario Frick  Liechtenstein UEFA 125 26 October 1993 12 October 2015 21 years, 351 days
= Musaed Neda  Kuwait AFC 125 18 December 2002 13 October 2015 12 years, 299 days
= Amad Al-Hosni  Oman AFC 125 17 December 2003 17 November 2015 11 years, 335 days
= Óscar Boniek García  Honduras CONCACAF 125 1 July 2005 5 September 2017 12 years, 66 days
= Maxi Pereira  Uruguay CONMEBOL 125 26 October 2005 7 June 2018 12 years, 224 days
= David Silva  Spain UEFA 125 15 November 2006 1 July 2018 11 years, 228 days
= Ragnar Klavan  Estonia UEFA 125 3 July 2003 11 September 2018 15 years, 70 days
= Diego Godín  Uruguay CONMEBOL 125 26 October 2005 16 October 2018 12 years, 355 days
= Khairul Amri  Singapore AFC 125 9 June 2004 16 October 2018 14 years, 129 days
124 Gheorghe Hagi  Romania UEFA 124 10 August 1983 24 June 2000 16 years, 319 days
= Carlos Salcido  Mexico CONCACAF 124 8 September 2004 29 June 2014 9 years, 294 days
= Petr Čech  Czech Republic UEFA 124 12 February 2002 21 June 2016 14 years, 130 days
127 Hany Ramzy  Egypt CAF 123 16 November 1988 12 February 2003 14 years, 88 days
= Thierry Henry  France UEFA 123 11 October 1997 22 June 2010 12 years, 254 days
= Didier Zokora  Ivory Coast CAF 123 23 April 2000 19 June 2014 14 years, 57 days
130 Masami Ihara  Japan AFC 122 27 January 1988 5 July 1999 11 years, 159 days
= David Carabott  Malta UEFA 122 15 November 1987 9 February 2005 17 years, 86 days
= Odelín Molina  Cuba CONCACAF 122 12 May 1996 20 July 2013 17 years, 69 days
= Walter Ayoví  Ecuador CONMEBOL 122 7 June 2001 28 March 2017 15 years, 294 days
= Blas Pérez  Panama CONCACAF 122 14 March 2001 24 June 2018 17 years, 102 days
= Alexis Sánchez  Chile CONMEBOL 122 27 April 2006 16 October 2018 12 years, 172 days
136 Adnan Dirjal  Iraq AFC 121 11 December 1978 3 March 1990 11 years, 82 days
= Mohamed Abd Al-Jawad  Saudi Arabia AFC 121 8 March 1981 3 July 1994 13 years, 104 days
= Ahmed Radhi  Iraq AFC 121 21 February 1982 20 June 1997 15 years, 119 days
= Ramón Ramírez  Mexico CONCACAF 121 4 December 1991 15 November 2000 8 years, 347 days
= Aide Iskandar  Singapore AFC 121 21 February 1995 12 September 2007 12 years, 203 days
= Bastian Schweinsteiger  Germany UEFA 121 6 June 2004 31 August 2016 12 years, 86 days
= Abdallah Deeb  Jordan AFC 121 7 September 2007 15 November 2016 9 years, 69 days
= Tim Howard  United States CONCACAF 121 10 March 2002 10 October 2017 15 years, 214 days
144 Theodore Whitmore  Jamaica CONCACAF 120 7 November 1993 17 November 2004 11 years, 10 days
= Yoo Sang-chul  South Korea AFC 120 11 September 1994 3 June 2005 10 years, 265 days
= Theodoros Zagorakis  Greece UEFA 120 7 September 1994 22 August 2007 12 years, 349 days
= Mart Poom  Estonia UEFA 120 3 June 1992 10 June 2009 17 years, 7 days
= Gilbert Agius  Malta UEFA 120 7 November 1993 18 November 2009 16 years, 11 days
= Subait Khater  United Arab Emirates AFC 120 20 August 1999 15 November 2011 12 years, 87 days
= Rüştü Reçber  Turkey UEFA 120 12 October 1994 26 May 2012 17 years, 227 days
= Cuauhtémoc Blanco  Mexico CONCACAF 120 1 February 1995 28 May 2014 19 years, 116 days
= Kolo Touré  Ivory Coast CAF 120 2 July 2000 8 February 2015 14 years, 221 days
= Justo Villar  Paraguay CONMEBOL 120 3 March 1999 12 June 2018 19 years, 101 days
154 Pat Jennings  Northern Ireland UEFA 119 15 April 1964 12 June 1986 22 years, 58 days
= Wayne Rooney  England UEFA 119 12 February 2003 11 November 2016 13 years, 273 days
= Sebastián Soria  Qatar AFC 119 15 November 2006 28 March 2017 10 years, 133 days
= Claudio Bravo  Chile CONMEBOL 119 11 July 2004 10 October 2017 13 years, 91 days
= Ali Al-Habsi  Oman AFC 119 20 February 2001 16 October 2018 17 years, 238 days
= Kennedy Mweene  Zambia CAF 119 22 May 2004 14 October 2018 14 years, 145 days
160 Heinz Hermann   Switzerland UEFA 118 6 September 1978 13 November 1991 13 years, 68 days
= Karel Poborský  Czech Republic UEFA 118 23 February 1994 22 June 2006 12 years, 119 days
= Geremi  Cameroon CAF 118 6 October 1996 24 June 2010 13 years, 261 days
= Samuel Eto'o  Cameroon CAF 118 9 March 1997 13 June 2014 17 years, 96 days
= Timur Kapadze  Uzbekistan AFC 118 14 May 2002 22 January 2015 12 years, 253 days
= Mohammad Al-Shalhoub  Saudi Arabia AFC 118 21 May 2000 28 February 2018 17 years, 283 days
= John O'Shea  Republic of Ireland UEFA 118 15 August 2001 2 June 2018 16 years, 291 days
167 Angus Eve  Trinidad and Tobago CONCACAF 117 12 April 1994 12 July 2005 11 years, 91 days
= Andrejs Rubins  Latvia UEFA 117 10 November 1998 11 October 2011 12 years, 335 days
= Olof Mellberg  Sweden UEFA 117 23 February 2000 19 June 2012 12 years, 117 days
= Daniele De Rossi  Italy UEFA 117 4 September 2004 10 November 2017 13 years, 67 days
= Ildefons Lima  Andorra UEFA 117 22 June 1997 16 October 2018 21 years, 116 days
172 Majed Abdullah  Saudi Arabia AFC 116 9 December 1978 29 June 1994 15 years, 202 days
= Ahmad Madani  Saudi Arabia AFC 116 25 February 1986 4 May 1998 12 years, 68 days
= Roland Nilsson  Sweden UEFA 116 1 May 1986 11 October 2000 14 years, 163 days
= Marcel Desailly  France UEFA 116 22 August 1993 17 June 2004 10 years, 300 days
= Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi  Japan AFC 116 15 March 1997 19 November 2008 11 years, 249 days
= Abdulrahim Jumaa  United Arab Emirates AFC 116 25 November 1998 1 April 2009 10 years, 127 days
= Kostas Katsouranis  Greece UEFA 116 20 August 2003 16 June 2015 11 years, 300 days
= Andrea Pirlo  Italy UEFA 116 7 September 2002 3 September 2015 12 years, 361 days
= Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden UEFA 116 31 January 2001 22 June 2016 15 years, 143 days
= Celso Borges  Costa Rica CONCACAF 116 21 June 2008 27 June 2018 10 years, 6 days
= Shinji Okazaki  Japan AFC 116 9 October 2008 28 June 2018 9 years, 262 days
= Luka Modrić  Croatia UEFA 116 1 March 2006 12 October 2018 12 years, 225 days
184 Björn Nordqvist  Sweden UEFA 115 4 May 1963 4 October 1978 15 years, 153 days
= Kinnah Phiri  Malawi CAF 115 8 July 1973 20 November 1981 8 years, 135 days
= David Chabala  Zambia CAF 115 10 April 1983 25 April 1993 10 years, 15 days
= Gheorghe Popescu  Romania UEFA 115 20 September 1988 29 March 2003 14 years, 190 days
= Noureddine Naybet  Morocco CAF 115 9 August 1990 28 January 2006 15 years, 172 days
= Shunmugham Subramani  Singapore AFC 115 27 June 1996 4 February 2007 10 years, 222 days
= David Beckham  England UEFA 115 1 September 1996 14 September 2009 13 years, 13 days
= José Rey  Venezuela CONMEBOL 115 8 June 1997 7 October 2011 14 years, 121 days
= Stern John  Trinidad and Tobago CONCACAF 115 15 February 1995 11 November 2011 16 years, 269 days
= Kristen Viikmäe  Estonia UEFA 115 26 January 1997 3 June 2013 16 years, 128 days
194 Khaled Al-Muwallid  Saudi Arabia AFC 114 17 February 1988 18 June 1998 10 years, 121 days
= Roberto Ayala  Argentina CONMEBOL 114 16 November 1994 15 July 2007 12 years, 241 days
= Wael Gomaa  Egypt CAF 114 26 April 2001 15 October 2013 12 years, 172 days
= Xabi Alonso  Spain UEFA 114 30 April 2003 23 June 2014 11 years, 54 days
= Stipe Pletikosa  Croatia UEFA 114 10 February 1999 23 June 2014 15 years, 133 days
= Steven Gerrard  England UEFA 114 31 May 2000 24 June 2014 14 years, 24 days
= Nawaf Al-Khaldi  Kuwait AFC 114 18 February 2000 20 November 2014 14 years, 275 days
= Raio Piiroja  Estonia UEFA 114 21 November 1998 31 March 2015 16 years, 130 days
= Dmitri Kruglov  Estonia UEFA 114 13 October 2004 9 June 2018 13 years, 239 days
= Makoto Hasebe  Japan AFC 114 10 February 2006 2 July 2018 12 years, 142 days
= Román Torres  Panama CONCACAF 114 17 July 2005 11 September 2018 13 years, 56 days
= Bryan Ruiz  Costa Rica CONCACAF 114 19 June 2005 16 October 2018 13 years, 119 days
= Gary Medel  Chile CONMEBOL 114 18 April 2007 16 October 2018 11 years, 181 days
207 Carmel Busuttil  Malta UEFA 113 5 June 1982 25 April 2001 18 years, 324 days
= Viktor Onopko[5]  CIS
 Russia
UEFA 113 29 April 1992 18 August 2004 12 years, 111 days
= Ahmad Al-Dokhi  Saudi Arabia AFC 113 2 March 1997 15 November 2006 9 years, 258 days
= Rolando Fonseca  Costa Rica CONCACAF 113 27 May 1992 26 March 2011 18 years, 303 days
= Abdulla Al-Marzooqi  Bahrain AFC 113 3 February 2001 15 January 2013 11 years, 347 days
= Nashat Akram  Iraq AFC 113 5 October 2001 4 June 2013 11 years, 242 days
= Hawar Mulla Mohammed  Iraq AFC 113 31 August 2001 18 June 2013 11 years, 291 days
= Indra Sahdan  Singapore AFC 113 26 April 1997 10 September 2013 16 years, 137 days
= Juris Laizans  Latvia UEFA 113 6 February 1998 15 November 2013 15 years, 282 days
= Martin Stocklasa  Liechtenstein UEFA 113 31 August 1996 5 March 2014 17 years, 186 days
= Philipp Lahm  Germany UEFA 113 18 February 2004 13 July 2014 10 years, 145 days
= Ali Rehema  Iraq AFC 113 8 June 2005 29 March 2016 10 years, 295 days
= Răzvan Raț  Romania UEFA 113 13 February 2002 15 June 2016 14 years, 123 days
= Sayed Mohammed Jaffer  Bahrain AFC 113 17 November 2004 13 June 2017 12 years, 208 days
= Jalal Hosseini  Iran AFC 113 7 February 2007 18 May 2018 11 years, 100 days
= João Moutinho  Portugal UEFA 113 17 August 2005 25 June 2018 12 years, 312 days
223 Dino Zoff  Italy UEFA 112 20 April 1968 29 May 1983 15 years, 39 days
= Oleg Blokhin  Soviet Union UEFA 112 16 July 1972 21 September 1988 16 years, 67 days
= Alain Geiger   Switzerland UEFA 112 19 November 1980 8 June 1996 15 years, 202 days
= Ahmed El-Kass  Egypt CAF 112 4 April 1987 6 April 1997 10 years, 2 days
= Zuhair Bakheet  United Arab Emirates AFC 112 23 January 1988 16 December 2002 14 years, 327 days
= Frank de Boer  Netherlands UEFA 112 26 September 1990 26 June 2004 13 years, 274 days
= Claudio Reyna  United States CONCACAF 112 15 January 1994 22 June 2006 12 years, 158 days
= Hakan Sükür  Turkey UEFA 112 25 March 1992 17 October 2007 15 years, 206 days
= Abdulsalam Jumaa  United Arab Emirates AFC 112 18 March 1997 6 January 2010 12 years, 294 days
= Abdel-Zaher El-Saqqa  Egypt CAF 112 8 June 1997 20 January 2010 12 years, 226 days
= Jon Dahl Tomasson  Denmark UEFA 112 29 March 1997 24 June 2010 14 years, 87 days
= Li Weifeng  China PR AFC 112 22 November 1998 15 November 2011 12 years, 358 days
= Yasser Al-Qahtani  Saudi Arabia AFC 112 17 December 2002 12 January 2013 10 years, 26 days
= Édison Méndez  Ecuador CONMEBOL 112 8 March 2000 20 June 2014 14 years, 104 days
= Diego Forlán  Uruguay CONMEBOL 112 27 March 2002 28 June 2014 12 years, 93 days
= Wesam Rizik  Qatar AFC 112 18 October 2001 13 November 2014 13 years, 26 days
= Roque Santa Cruz  Paraguay CONMEBOL 112 28 April 1999 10 November 2016 17 years, 196 days
= Nani  Portugal UEFA 112 1 September 2006 2 July 2017 10 years, 304 days
= Ismail Abdul-Latif  Bahrain AFC 112 27 October 2005 10 October 2017 11 years, 348 days
= Franz Burgmeier  Liechtenstein UEFA 112 5 September 2001 25 March 2018 16 years, 201 days
= Aaron Hughes  Northern Ireland UEFA 112 24 March 1998 3 June 2018 20 years, 71 days
= Baha' Abdel-Rahman  Jordan AFC 112 7 September 2007 10 October 2018 11 years, 33 days
245 Godfrey Chitalu  Zambia CAF 111 29 June 1968 12 December 1980 12 years, 166 days
= Carlos Valderrama  Colombia CONMEBOL 111 27 October 1985 26 June 1998 12 years, 242 days
= Andriy Shevchenko  Ukraine UEFA 111 25 March 1995 19 June 2012 17 years, 86 days
= Ricardo Gardner  Jamaica CONCACAF 111 12 February 1997 12 December 2012 15 years, 304 days
= Jarah Al Ateeqi  Kuwait AFC 111 3 August 2001 19 November 2013 12 years, 108 days
= Hussain Ali Baba  Bahrain AFC 111 13 December 2001 1 September 2016 14 years, 263 days
= Rashad Sadygov  Azerbaijan UEFA 111 7 October 2001 5 October 2017 15 years, 363 days
= Igor Akinfeev  Russia UEFA 111 27 April 2004 7 July 2018 14 years, 71 days
253 Paul Caligiuri  United States CONCACAF 110 9 October 1984 16 November 1997 13 years, 38 days
= Fernando Couto  Portugal UEFA 110 19 December 1990 30 June 2004 13 years, 194 days
= Mauricio Solís  Costa Rica CONCACAF 110 23 September 1993 20 June 2006 12 years, 270 days
= Carlos Gamarra  Paraguay CONMEBOL 110 3 March 1993 7 October 2006 13 years, 218 days
= Totchtawan Sripan  Thailand AFC 110 16 February 1993 28 March 2009 16 years, 40 days
= Mehdi Mahdavikia  Iran AFC 110 7 December 1996 17 June 2009 12 years, 192 days
= Yuji Nakazawa  Japan AFC 110 8 September 1999 4 September 2010 10 years, 361 days
= Kevin Kilbane  Republic of Ireland UEFA 110 6 September 1997 4 June 2011 13 years, 271 days
= Carlos Bocanegra  United States CONCACAF 110 9 December 2001 14 November 2012 10 years, 341 days
= John Arne Riise  Norway UEFA 110 31 January 2000 22 March 2013 13 years, 50 days
= Fernando Torres  Spain UEFA 110 6 September 2003 23 June 2014 10 years, 290 days
= Cesc Fàbregas  Spain UEFA 110 1 March 2006 27 June 2016 10 years, 118 days
= Gonzalo Jara  Chile CONMEBOL 110 25 April 2006 10 October 2017 11 years, 168 days
= Jozy Altidore  United States CONCACAF 110 17 November 2007 10 October 2017 9 years, 327 days
= Alaa Abdul-Zahra  Iraq AFC 110 8 June 2007 2 January 2018 10 years, 208 days
= Mahdi Karim  Iraq AFC 110 12 October 2001 28 February 2018 16 years, 139 days
= Cristian Rodríguez  Uruguay CONMEBOL 110 14 October 2003 6 July 2018 14 years, 265 days
= Jan Vertonghen  Belgium UEFA 110 2 June 2007 11 September 2018 11 years, 101 days
= Sergio Busquets  Spain UEFA 110 1 April 2009 15 October 2018 9 years, 197 days
= Yuto Nagatomo  Japan AFC 110 24 May 2008 16 October 2018 10 years, 145 days
273 Rabie Yassin  Egypt CAF 109 1 October 1982 3 December 1991 9 years, 63 days
= Wael Sulaiman  Kuwait AFC 109 1 October 1986 27 December 1998 12 years, 87 days
= Alberto García Aspe  Mexico CONCACAF 109 26 April 1988 17 June 2002 14 years, 52 days
= Álex Aguinaga  Ecuador CONMEBOL 109 5 March 1987 13 July 2004 17 years, 130 days
= Niclas Alexandersson  Sweden UEFA 109 10 November 1993 10 June 2008 14 years, 213 days
= Nohair Al-Shammari  Kuwait AFC 109 16 March 1996 14 January 2009 12 years, 304 days
= Mark Schwarzer  Australia OFC/AFC 109 31 July 1993 7 September 2013 20 years, 38 days
= Rafael van der Vaart  Netherlands UEFA 109 6 October 2001 19 November 2013 12 years, 44 days
= Odai Al-Saify  Jordan AFC 109 18 June 2007 10 October 2017 10 years, 114 days
= Marek Hamšík  Slovakia UEFA 109 7 February 2007 16 October 2018 11 years, 251 days
= Didier Ovono  Gabon CAF 109 29 March 2003 16 October 2018 15 years, 201 days
284 Bobby Moore  England UEFA 108 20 May 1962 14 November 1973 11 years, 178 days
= Jürgen Klinsmann  West Germany
 Germany
UEFA 108 12 December 1987 4 July 1998 10 years, 204 days
= Warren Barrett  Jamaica CONCACAF 108 18 March 1990 14 February 2000 9 years, 333 days
= Zinedine Zidane  France UEFA 108 17 August 1994 9 July 2006 11 years, 326 days
= Thomas Helveg  Denmark UEFA 108 20 April 1994 17 October 2007 13 years, 180 days
= Joseph Musonda  Zambia CAF 108 6 July 2002 6 June 2014 11 years, 335 days
= Bilal Mohammed  Qatar AFC 108 4 September 2003 19 November 2014 11 years, 76 days
= Francisco Rodríguez  Mexico CONCACAF 108 18 February 2004 26 July 2015 11 years, 158 days
= Álvaro Saborío  Costa Rica CONCACAF 108 1 October 2002 7 June 2016 13 years, 250 days
= Gábor Király  Hungary UEFA 108 25 March 1998 15 November 2016 18 years, 235 days
= Luis Tejada  Panama CONCACAF 108 5 August 2001 28 June 2018 16 years, 327 days
= Konstantin Vassiljev  Estonia UEFA 108 31 May 2006 15 October 2018 12 years, 137 days
= Ki Sung-yueng  South Korea AFC 108 7 June 2008 16 October 2018 10 years, 131 days
297 Ahmed Shobair  Egypt CAF 107 17 December 1984 8 November 1996 11 years, 327 days
= Jamal Mubarak  Kuwait AFC 107 13 November 1994 11 October 2006 11 years, 332 days
= Andy Williams  Jamaica CONCACAF 107 12 February 1997 14 December 2008 11 years, 306 days
= Patrick Vieira  France UEFA 107 26 February 1997 2 June 2009 12 years, 96 days
= Aaron Mokoena  South Africa CAF 107 20 February 1999 10 October 2010 11 years, 232 days
= Miroslav Karhan  Slovakia UEFA 107 6 September 1995 7 October 2011 16 years, 31 days
= Ashley Cole  England UEFA 107 28 March 2001 5 March 2014 12 years, 342 days
= Joel Lindpere  Estonia UEFA 107 1 November 1999 1 June 2016 16 years, 213 days
= Dani Alves  Brazil CONMEBOL 107 10 October 2006 27 March 2018 11 years, 168 days
= Giovani dos Santos  Mexico CONCACAF 107 9 September 2007 23 June 2018 10 years, 287 days
= Tim Cahill  Australia OFC/AFC 107 30 March 2004 26 June 2018 14 years, 88 days
= Sebastian Larsson  Sweden UEFA 107 6 February 2008 11 October 2018 10 years, 247 days
= Edinson Cavani  Uruguay CONMEBOL 107 6 February 2008 16 October 2018 10 years, 252 days
310 Bobby Charlton  England UEFA 106 19 April 1958 14 June 1970 12 years, 56 days
= Muhsin Musabah  United Arab Emirates AFC 106 12 April 1985 27 August 1999 14 years, 137 days
= Eric Wynalda  United States CONCACAF 106 2 February 1990 19 February 2000 10 years, 17 days
= Fan Zhiyi  China PR AFC 106 22 August 1992 4 June 2002 9 years, 286 days
= Hao Haidong  China PR AFC 106 22 August 1992 17 November 2004 12 years, 87 days
= Imants Bleidelis  Latvia UEFA 106 19 May 1995 21 November 2007 12 years, 186 days
= Henrik Larsson  Sweden UEFA 106 13 October 1993 10 October 2009 15 years, 362 days
= Giovanni van Bronckhorst  Netherlands UEFA 106 31 August 1996 11 July 2010 13 years, 314 days
= Guillermo Ramírez  Guatemala CONCACAF 106 16 April 1997 25 May 2012 15 years, 39 days
= Frank Lampard  England UEFA 106 10 October 1999 24 June 2014 14 years, 257 days
= Óscar Sonejee  Andorra UEFA 106 22 June 1997 12 November 2015 18 years, 148 days
= Asamoah Gyan  Ghana CAF 106 16 November 2003 1 September 2017 13 years, 289 days
= Aleksandr Dmitrijev  Estonia UEFA 106 18 February 2004 27 March 2018 14 years, 37 days
= Javier Hernández  Mexico CONCACAF 106 30 September 2009 2 July 2018 8 years, 275 days
= Hugo Lloris  France UEFA 106 19 November 2008 16 October 2018 9 years, 331 days
325 Billy Wright  England UEFA 105 28 September 1946 28 May 1959 12 years, 242 days
= Héctor Chumpitaz  Peru CONMEBOL 105 3 April 1965 6 September 1981 16 years, 156 days
= Jürgen Kohler  West Germany
 Germany
UEFA 105 24 September 1986 4 July 1998 11 years, 283 days
= Khamis Al-Dosari  Saudi Arabia AFC 105 1 October 1994 17 December 2004 10 years, 77 days
= Mihails Zemlinskis  Latvia UEFA 105 8 April 1992 8 October 2005 13 years, 183 days
= Radhi Jaïdi  Tunisia CAF 105 2 June 1996 6 June 2009 13 years, 4 days
= Jonatan Johansson  Finland UEFA 105 16 March 1996 7 September 2010 14 years, 175 days
= Sami Hyypiä  Finland UEFA 105 7 November 1992 12 October 2010 17 years, 339 days
= Lúcio  Brazil CONMEBOL 105 15 November 2000 5 September 2011 10 years, 294 days
= Stiliyan Petrov  Bulgaria UEFA 105 23 December 1998 11 October 2011 12 years, 292 days
= Josip Šimunić  Croatia UEFA 105 10 November 2001 19 November 2013 12 years, 9 days
= Hatem Aqel  Jordan AFC 105 27 February 2000 7 January 2014 13 years, 314 days
= Didier Drogba  Ivory Coast CAF 105 8 September 2002 24 June 2014 11 years, 289 days
= Tomáš Rosický  Czech Republic UEFA 105 23 February 2000 17 June 2016 16 years, 115 days
= Lee Dong-gook  South Korea AFC 105 16 May 1998 5 September 2017 19 years, 112 days
= Branislav Ivanović  Serbia and Montenegro
 Serbia
UEFA 105 8 June 2005 22 June 2018 13 years, 14 days
= Steven Davis  Northern Ireland UEFA 105 9 February 2005 15 October 2018 13 years, 248 days
= Fernando Muslera  Uruguay CONMEBOL 105 10 October 2009 16 October 2018 9 years, 6 days
= Ismail Al Hammadi  United Arab Emirates AFC 105 23 September 2007 16 October 2018 11 years, 23 days
344 Thorbjørn Svenssen  Norway UEFA 104 11 June 1947 16 May 1962 14 years, 339 days
= Raad Hammoudi  Iraq AFC 104 8 February 1976 21 February 1987 11 years, 13 days
= Michael Laudrup  Denmark UEFA 104 15 June 1982 3 July 1998 16 years, 18 days
= Diego Simeone  Argentina CONMEBOL 104 14 July 1988 7 June 2002 13 years, 328 days
= Kim Tae-young  South Korea AFC 104 21 October 1992 19 July 2004 11 years, 272 days
= Rúnar Kristinsson  Iceland UEFA 104 28 October 1987 18 August 2004 16 years, 295 days
= Nader El-Sayed  Egypt CAF 104 20 November 1992 19 June 2005 12 years, 211 days
= Hassouneh Al-Sheikh  Jordan AFC 104 19 April 1997 28 September 2010 13 years, 162 days
= Gustavo Cabrera  Guatemala CONCACAF 104 19 May 2000 25 April 2012 11 years, 342 days
= Māris Verpakovskis  Latvia UEFA 104 9 June 1999 29 May 2014 14 years, 354 days
= Per Mertesacker  Germany UEFA 104 9 October 2004 13 July 2014 9 years, 277 days
= Dirk Kuyt  Netherlands UEFA 104 3 September 2004 4 September 2014 10 years, 1 day
= Ivica Olić  Croatia UEFA 104 13 February 2002 13 October 2015 13 years, 242 days
= Luis Suárez  Uruguay CONMEBOL 104 8 February 2007 8 September 2018 11 years, 212 days
= Stephan Lichtsteiner   Switzerland UEFA 104 15 November 2006 11 September 2018 11 years, 300 days
= Jakub Błaszczykowski  Poland UEFA 104 28 March 2006 14 October 2018 12 years, 200 days
360 Franz Beckenbauer  West Germany UEFA 103 26 September 1965 23 February 1977 11 years, 150 days
= Falah Hassan  Iraq AFC 103 22 July 1970 14 March 1986 15 years, 235 days
= Mahboub Mubarak  Kuwait AFC 103 28 March 1976 9 March 1990 13 years, 346 days
= Didier Deschamps  France UEFA 103 29 April 1989 2 September 2000 11 years, 126 days
= Mohammed Al-Jahani  Saudi Arabia AFC 103 1 October 1994 11 June 2002 7 years, 253 days
= Hwang Sun-hong  South Korea AFC 103 6 December 1988 20 November 2002 13 years, 349 days
= Andreas Herzog  Austria UEFA 103 6 April 1988 30 April 2003 15 years, 24 days
= Joe Brincat  Malta UEFA 103 14 October 1987 14 February 2004 16 years, 123 days
= Stéphane Chapuisat   Switzerland UEFA 103 21 June 1989 17 June 2004 14 years, 362 days
= Marvin Andrews  Trinidad and Tobago CONCACAF 103 10 January 1996 5 September 2009 13 years, 238 days
= Indrek Zelinski  Estonia UEFA 103 7 May 1994 21 May 2010 16 years, 14 days
= Ioannis Okkas  Cyprus UEFA 103 15 February 1997 11 October 2011 14 years, 238 days
= Emad Mohammed  Iraq AFC 103 31 January 2001 28 May 2012 11 years, 118 days
= Dejan Stanković Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FR Yugoslavia
 Serbia and Montenegro
 Serbia
UEFA 103 22 April 1998 11 October 2013 15 years, 172 days
= Jaroslav Plašil  Czech Republic UEFA 103 31 March 2004 21 June 2016 12 years, 82 days
= Faouzi Aaish  Bahrain AFC 103 23 December 2004 11 October 2016 11 years, 293 days
= Joseph Kamwendo  Malawi CAF 103 16 August 2003 29 April 2017 13 years, 256 days
= Michael Umaña  Costa Rica CONCACAF 103 4 June 2004 10 October 2017 13 years, 128 days
= Felipe Baloy  Panama CONCACAF 103 23 May 2001 24 June 2018 17 years, 32 days
= Vedran Ćorluka  Croatia UEFA 103 16 August 2006 11 July 2018 11 years, 329 days
= Sunil Chhetri  India AFC 103 12 June 2005 13 October 2018 13 years, 123 days
= Mauricio Isla  Chile CONMEBOL 103 7 September 2007 16 October 2018 11 years, 39 days
= Arturo Vidal  Chile CONMEBOL 103 7 February 2007 16 October 2018 11 years, 251 days
383 Joachim Streich  East Germany UEFA 102 8 December 1969 20 October 1984 14 years, 317 days
= Alex Chola  Zambia CAF 102 30 March 1975 8 October 1985 10 years, 192 days
= Kenny Dalglish  Scotland UEFA 102 10 November 1971 12 November 1986 15 years, 2 days
= László Bölöni  Romania UEFA 102 24 September 1975 1 June 1988 12 years, 251 days
= Morten Olsen  Denmark UEFA 102 23 September 1970 18 June 1989 18 years, 268 days
= Emmanuel Kundé  Cameroon CAF 102 18 March 1979 23 January 1992 12 years, 311 days
= Borislav Mikhailov  Bulgaria UEFA 102 4 May 1983 5 June 1998 15 years, 32 days
= Durrant Brown  Jamaica CONCACAF 102 23 May 1992 26 July 1998 6 years, 64 days
= Steve Staunton  Republic of Ireland UEFA 102 19 October 1988 16 June 2002 13 years, 240 days
= Bülent Korkmaz  Turkey UEFA 102 17 October 1990 17 August 2005 14 years, 304 days
= Raúl  Spain UEFA 102 9 October 1996 6 September 2006 9 years, 332 days
= Kasey Keller  United States CONCACAF 102 4 February 1990 2 July 2007 17 years, 148 days
= Savo Milošević Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FR Yugoslavia
 Serbia and Montenegro
 Serbia
UEFA 102 23 December 1994 19 November 2008 13 years, 332 days
= Mohamed Omar  United Arab Emirates AFC 102 14 August 1996 28 January 2009 12 years, 167 days
= Michał Żewłakow  Poland UEFA 102 19 June 1999 29 March 2011 11 years, 283 days
= Peter Mponda  Malawi CAF 102 3 January 1998 8 October 2011 13 years, 278 days
= Martin Jørgensen  Denmark UEFA 102 25 March 1998 15 November 2011 13 years, 235 days
= Bashar Bani Yaseen  Jordan AFC 102 27 August 1999 3 June 2012 12 years, 281 days
= Alyaksandr Kulchy  Belarus UEFA 102 14 February 1996 11 September 2012 16 years, 210 days
= Mario Yepes  Colombia CONMEBOL 102 9 February 1999 4 July 2014 15 years, 145 days
= Hosny Abd Rabo  Egypt CAF 102 31 March 2004 10 September 2014 10 years, 163 days
= Hani Al-Dhabit  Oman AFC 102 25 March 1997 14 November 2014 17 years, 234 days
= Seydou Keita  Mali CAF 102 4 October 1998 28 January 2015 16 years, 116 days
= Christopher Katongo  Zambia CAF 102 7 June 2003 4 June 2016 12 years, 363 days
= Robin van Persie  Netherlands UEFA 102 4 June 2005 31 August 2017 12 years, 88 days
= Yossi Benayoun  Israel UEFA 102 18 November 1998 9 October 2017 18 years, 325 days
= Ronald Raldes  Bolivia CONMEBOL 102 3 June 2001 9 June 2018 17 years, 6 days
= Gerard Piqué  Spain UEFA 102 11 February 2009 1 July 2018 9 years, 140 days
= Zheng Zhi  China PR AFC 102 7 December 2002 10 September 2018 15 years, 277 days
= Pepe  Portugal UEFA 102 21 November 2007 11 October 2018 10 years, 324 days
= Armando Cooper  Panama CONCACAF 102 7 October 2006 16 October 2018 12 years, 9 days
= Gao Lin  China PR AFC 102 31 July 2005 16 October 2018 13 years, 77 days
415 József Bozsik  Hungary UEFA 101 17 August 1947 18 April 1962 14 years, 244 days
= Hassan Farhan  Iraq AFC 101 15 September 1973 26 March 1982 8 years, 192 days
= Leonel Álvarez  Colombia CONMEBOL 101 14 February 1985 7 September 1997 12 years, 205 days
= Fandi Ahmad  Singapore AFC 101 22 September 1979 18 October 1997 18 years, 26 days
= Claudio Taffarel  Brazil CONMEBOL 101 7 July 1988 12 July 1998 10 years, 5 days
= Thomas Häßler  West Germany
 Germany
UEFA 101 31 August 1988 20 June 2000 11 years, 294 days
= Earnie Stewart  United States CONCACAF 101 19 December 1990 18 August 2004 13 years, 243 days
= Jorge Soto  Peru CONMEBOL 101 25 November 1992 12 October 2005 12 years, 321 days
= Phillip Cocu  Netherlands UEFA 101 24 April 1996 25 June 2006 10 years, 62 days
= Elijah Tana  Zambia CAF 101 10 June 1995 27 January 2009 13 years, 231 days
= Harold Wallace  Costa Rica CONCACAF 101 27 September 1995 12 August 2009 13 years, 319 days
= Ulises de la Cruz  Ecuador CONMEBOL 101 28 May 1995 16 May 2010 14 years, 353 days
= Carlos Pavón  Honduras CONCACAF 101 17 July 1993 16 June 2010 16 years, 334 days
= Thomas Sørensen  Denmark UEFA 101 17 November 1999 26 May 2012 12 years, 191 days
= Husain Ali Ahmed  Bahrain AFC 101 3 October 1998 19 November 2013 15 years, 47 days
= Joseph Yobo  Nigeria CAF 101 24 March 2001 30 June 2014 13 years, 98 days
= Vincent Enyeama  Nigeria CAF 101 4 May 2002 13 June 2015 13 years, 40 days
= Vasiliy Berezutskiy  Russia UEFA 101 7 June 2003 9 October 2016 13 years, 124 days
= Andranik Teymourian  Iran AFC 101 24 August 2005 11 October 2016 11 years, 48 days
= Jermaine Taylor  Jamaica CONCACAF 101 2 October 2004 7 October 2017 13 years, 5 days
= Cristian Riveros  Paraguay CONMEBOL 101 5 May 2005 27 March 2018 12 years, 326 days
= Boštjan Cesar  Slovenia UEFA 101 12 February 2003 27 March 2018 15 years, 43 days
= Rainford Kalaba  Zambia CAF 101 11 June 2005 8 September 2018 13 years, 89 days
= Ivan Rakitić  Croatia UEFA 101 8 September 2007 12 October 2018 11 years, 34 days
= Robert Lewandowski  Poland UEFA 101 10 September 2008 14 October 2018 10 years, 34 days
= Martin Škrtel  Slovakia UEFA 101 9 July 2004 16 October 2018 14 years, 99 days
441 Grzegorz Lato  Poland UEFA 100 17 November 1971 17 April 1984 12 years, 152 days
= Hans-Jürgen Dörner  East Germany UEFA 100 22 June 1969 18 May 1985 15 years, 330 days
= Lakhdar Belloumi  Algeria CAF 100 22 October 1978 17 November 1989 11 years, 26 days
= Ari Hjelm  Finland UEFA 100 16 March 1983 16 March 1996 13 years, 0 days
= Piyapong Pue-on  Thailand AFC 100 21 April 1981 18 October 1997 16 years, 180 days
= Ulf Kirsten[6]  East Germany
 Germany
UEFA 100 8 May 1985 20 June 2000 15 years, 43 days
= Joe-Max Moore  United States CONCACAF 100 3 September 1992 14 June 2002 9 years, 284 days
= Luis Capurro  Ecuador CONMEBOL 100 6 February 1985 9 February 2003 18 years, 3 days
= Henning Berg  Norway UEFA 100 13 May 1992 27 May 2004 12 years, 14 days
= Nazri Nasir  Singapore AFC 100 13 September 1990 12 July 2004 13 years, 303 days
= Tony Meola  United States CONCACAF 100 10 June 1988 11 April 2006 17 years, 305 days
= Dario Šimić  Croatia UEFA 100 13 March 1996 20 August 2008 12 years, 160 days
= Angelos Basinas  Greece UEFA 100 18 August 1999 1 April 2009 9 years, 226 days
= Goce Sedloski  Macedonia UEFA 100 27 March 1996 29 May 2010 14 years, 63 days
= Denis Caniza  Paraguay CONMEBOL 100 10 November 1996 7 September 2010 13 years, 301 days
= Park Ji-sung  South Korea AFC 100 5 April 2000 25 January 2011 10 years, 295 days
= Roberto Acuña  Paraguay CONMEBOL 100 3 March 1993 11 June 2011 18 years, 100 days
= Igors Stepanovs  Latvia UEFA 100 26 April 1995 10 August 2011 16 years, 106 days
= Levan Kobiashvili  Georgia UEFA 100 1 September 1996 11 October 2011 15 years, 40 days
= Damien Duff  Republic of Ireland UEFA 100 15 March 1998 18 June 2012 14 years, 95 days
= Carles Puyol  Spain UEFA 100 15 November 2000 6 February 2013 12 years, 83 days
= Donovan Ricketts  Jamaica CONCACAF 100 28 March 1999 6 September 2013 14 years, 162 days
= Mohamed Aboutrika  Egypt CAF 100 19 March 2001 19 November 2013 12 years, 245 days
= Yaya Touré  Ivory Coast CAF 100 28 April 2004 29 March 2015 10 years, 335 days
= Siaka Tiéné  Ivory Coast CAF 100 9 April 2000 14 June 2015 15 years, 66 days
= Fahad Awadh  Kuwait AFC 100 27 May 2005 13 October 2015 10 years, 139 days
= Mrisho Ngasa  Tanzania CAF 100 25 November 2006 14 November 2015 8 years, 354 days
= Robinho  Brazil CONMEBOL 100 13 July 2003 26 January 2017 13 years, 197 days
= Arda Turan  Turkey UEFA 100 16 August 2006 6 October 2017 11 years, 51 days
= Jean Beausejour  Chile CONMEBOL 100 19 February 2004 27 March 2018 14 years, 36 days
= Ruslan Rotan  Ukraine UEFA 100 12 February 2003 27 March 2018 15 years, 43 days
= Noor Sabri  Iraq AFC 100 22 July 2002 27 March 2018 15 years, 248 days
= Mario Mutsch  Luxembourg UEFA 100 8 October 2005 11 September 2018 12 years, 338 days
= Ahmed Khalil  United Arab Emirates AFC 100 10 January 2008 11 September 2018 10 years, 244 days

Most men with 100 or more caps by country[edit]

Updated as of 16 October 2018.
Footballers Nation(s) Confederation
17  Saudi Arabia AFC
 United States CONCACAF
14  Egypt CAF
 Iraq AFC
13  Estonia UEFA
 Mexico CONCACAF
 Spain UEFA
11  Germany (including  West Germany) UEFA
 Kuwait AFC
 Sweden UEFA
10  South Korea AFC
 United Arab Emirates AFC
9  Bahrain AFC
 Costa Rica CONCACAF
 England UEFA
 Jamaica CONCACAF
 Singapore AFC
8  Croatia UEFA
 Denmark UEFA
 Jordan AFC
 Netherlands UEFA
 Zambia CAF
7  Chile CONMEBOL
 France UEFA
 Japan AFC
 Latvia UEFA
 Panama CONCACAF
 Paraguay CONMEBOL
 Uruguay CONMEBOL
6  Brazil CONMEBOL
 Ecuador CONMEBOL
 Iran AFC
 Italy UEFA
 Oman AFC
 Portugal UEFA
 Republic of Ireland UEFA
5  Argentina CONMEBOL
 China PR AFC
 Honduras CONCACAF
 Ivory Coast CAF
 Malta UEFA
 Romania UEFA
 Russia (including  Soviet Union /  CIS) UEFA
4  Cameroon CAF
 Czech Republic UEFA
 Finland UEFA
 Greece UEFA
 Liechtenstein UEFA
 Poland UEFA
  Switzerland UEFA
 Turkey UEFA
3  Colombia CONMEBOL
 Guatemala CONCACAF
 Malawi CAF
 Northern Ireland UEFA
 Norway UEFA
 Peru CONMEBOL
 Qatar AFC
 Serbia (including Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FR Yugoslavia /  Serbia and Montenegro) UEFA
 Slovakia UEFA
 Thailand AFC
 Trinidad and Tobago CONCACAF
 Ukraine UEFA
2  Andorra UEFA
 Australia OFC through 2005
AFC 2005–present
 Bulgaria UEFA
 Cuba CONCACAF
 Hungary UEFA
 East Germany UEFA
 Nigeria CAF
 Uzbekistan AFC
 Venezuela CONMEBOL
1  Algeria CAF
 Armenia UEFA
 Austria UEFA
 Azerbaijan UEFA
 Belarus UEFA
 Belgium UEFA
 Bolivia CONMEBOL
 Cyprus UEFA
 Gabon CAF
 Georgia UEFA
 Ghana CAF
 India AFC
 Iceland UEFA
 Israel UEFA
 Luxembourg UEFA
 Macedonia UEFA
 Mali CAF
 Morocco CAF
 Scotland UEFA
 Slovenia UEFA
 South Africa CAF
 Tanzania CAF
 Tunisia CAF
474 Total number of players with 100 or more FIFA recognized caps

Most men with 100 or more caps by Confederations[edit]

Updated as of 16 October 2018.
Footballers Confederation
192 UEFA
123 AFC
68 CONCACAF
47 CONMEBOL
44 CAF
0 OFC
474 Total

Women[edit]

The names of currently active players are in bold.

Updated as of 1 September 2018.

Indicates the most-capped player of the respective nation.
Name Nation Confederation Caps First cap Last cap
Kristine Lilly  United States CONCACAF 354[7] 3 August 1987 5 November 2010
Christie Rampone  United States CONCACAF 311[8] 28 February 1997 20 September 2015
Mia Hamm  United States CONCACAF 276[7] 3 August 1987 8 December 2004
Julie Foudy  United States CONCACAF 274[7] 29 July 1988 8 December 2004
Christine Sinclair  Canada CONCACAF 268[9] 12 March 2000 10 June 2018
Carli Lloyd  United States CONCACAF 258[10] 10 July 2005 1 September 2018
Abby Wambach  United States CONCACAF 256[11] 9 September 2001 16 December 2015
Joy Fawcett  United States CONCACAF 241[7] 3 August 1987 8 December 2004
Heather O'Reilly  United States CONCACAF 231[12] 1 March 2002 15 September 2016
Pu Wei  China PR AFC 219 1997 15 February 2014
Birgit Prinz  Germany UEFA 214 27 July 1994 9 July 2011
Therese Sjögran  Sweden UEFA 214[13] 30 October 1997 20 June 2015
Katrine Pedersen  Denmark UEFA 210[14] 14 September 1994 25 July 2013
Tiffeny Milbrett  United States CONCACAF 206[7] 4 August 1991 23 October 2005
Homare Sawa  Japan AFC 205[15] 6 December 1993 5 July 2015
Gemma Fay  Scotland UEFA 203[16] 1998 27 July 2017
Hope Solo  United States CONCACAF 202 5 April 2000 12 August 2016
Kate Markgraf  United States CONCACAF 201 26 April 1998 17 July 2010
Li Jie  China PR AFC 200 1997 2008
Sandrine Soubeyrand  France UEFA 198[17] 12 April 1997 22 July 2013
Patrizia Panico  Italy UEFA 197 8 April 1996 27 November 2014
Shannon Boxx  United States CONCACAF 195[18] 1 September 2003 21 October 2015
Diana Matheson  Canada CONCACAF 195[19] 2003 10 June 2018
Brandi Chastain  United States CONCACAF 192 1 June 1988 8 December 2004
Fan Yunjie  China PR AFC 192 1992 2004
Kerstin Stegemann  Germany UEFA 191 13 April 1995 2009
Hege Riise  Norway UEFA 188 23 July 1990 27 May 2004
Han Duan  China PR AFC 188 2000 2011
Laura Georges  France UEFA 188[20] 26 September 2001 6 April 2018
Lotta Schelin  Sweden UEFA 185 16 March 2004 29 July 2017
Joanne Love  Scotland UEFA 185[21] 1 March 2002 10 April 2018
Solveig Gulbrandsen  Norway UEFA 184 17 June 1998 23 June 2015
Camille Abily  France UEFA 183 2001 2017
Zhao Lihong  China PR AFC 182 1992 2003
Caroline Seger  Sweden UEFA 182 2005 5 April 2018
Rhian Wilkinson  Canada CONCACAF 181 2003 2017
Élise Bussaglia  France UEFA 179 2003 9 April 2018
Shannon MacMillan  United States CONCACAF 177[7] 7 July 1993 23 October 2005
Briana Scurry  United States CONCACAF 175[7] 16 March 1994 5 November 2008
Ariane Hingst  Germany UEFA 174 27 August 1996 5 July 2011
Liu Ailing  China PR AFC 173 1987 2001
Bente Nordby  Norway UEFA 172 30 August 1991 27 October 2007
Carla Overbeck  United States CONCACAF 170[7] 1 June 1988 2000
Sophie Schmidt  Canada CONCACAF 170 2005 10 June 2018
Nilla Fischer  Sweden UEFA 168 2001 12 June 2018
Formiga  Brazil CONMEBOL 167[22] 11 April 1995 22 April 2018
Fara Williams  England UEFA 165 24 November 2001 4 March 2018
Wen Lirong  China PR AFC 163 1987 2001
Sun Wen  China PR AFC 163 1990 2001
Cathrine Paaske-Sørensen  Denmark UEFA 163 2000 2010
Wang Liping  China PR AFC 162 1992 2004
Victoria Svensson  Sweden UEFA 162 1996 2009
Trine Rønning  Norway UEFA 162 23 October 2003 9 March 2016
Cindy Parlow  United States CONCACAF 158 1996 2004
Anja Mittag  Germany UEFA 158 2004 2017
Kristin Bengtsson  Sweden UEFA 157 1991 2005
Annemieke Griffioen  Netherlands UEFA 156 1995 2011
Sonia Bompastor  France UEFA 156 2000 2012
Aya Miyama  Japan AFC 156[23] 19 March 2003 2015
Michelle Akers  United States CONCACAF 155[7] 18 August 1985 24 August 2000
Tatiana Zorri  Italy UEFA 155 1994 2010
Bettina Wiegmann  Germany UEFA 154 1989 2003
Bi Yan  China PR AFC 154 2004 2011
Carolina Morace  Italy UEFA 153 1980 1996
Linda Medalen  Norway UEFA 152 7 October 1987 23 October 1999
Ma Xiaoxu  China PR AFC 152 2005 2016
Johanna Rasmussen  Denmark UEFA 152 October 2002 2017
Heidi Støre  Norway UEFA 151 10 July 1980 6 July 1997
Malin Andersson  Sweden UEFA 151 1994 2005
Cheryl Salisbury  Australia OFC/AFC 151 20 April 1994 31 January 2009
Sherida Spitse[24]  Netherlands UEFA 150[25] 31 August 2006 12 June 2018
Renate Lingor  Germany UEFA 149 1995 2008
Janine Van Wyk[26]  South Africa CAF 149 3 December 2005 7 March 2018
Sandra Minnert  Germany UEFA 147 1992 2007
Pia Sundhage  Sweden UEFA 146 1975 1996
Nadine Angerer  Germany UEFA 146[27] 27 August 1996 4 July 2015
Dyanne Bito  Netherlands UEFA 146[28] 14 October 2000 2015
Carla Couto  Portugal UEFA 145 1993 2012
Elvira Todua  Russia UEFA 145 2003 2016
Louisa Cadamuro  France UEFA 145 2005 2016
Doris Fitschen  Germany UEFA 144 1986 2001
Svetlana Petko  Soviet Union/ Russia UEFA 144 1985 2005
Ingvild Stensland  Norway UEFA 144 23 January 2003 7 June 2016
Hedvig Lindahl  Sweden UEFA 143 January 2002 2017
Noko Matlou  South Africa CAF 143 2006 2018
Marta  Brazil CONMEBOL 142 19 November 2002 2 August 2018
Marleen Wissink  Netherlands UEFA 141 1989 2006
Pauline Hamill  Scotland UEFA 141[29] 1992 25 August 2010
Gaëtane Thiney  France UEFA 141 2007 2017
Élodie Thomis  France UEFA 141 2005 2017
Mpumi Nyandeni  South Africa CAF 141 2002 2018
Alex Scott  England UEFA 140 2004 2017
Daphne Koster  Netherlands UEFA 139 1997 2013
Shinobu Ohno  Japan AFC 139 2003 2016
Eugenie Le Sommer[30]  France UEFA 138[31] 12 February 2009 2017
Heather Mitts  United States CONCACAF 137 1999 2012
Merete Pedersen  Denmark UEFA 136 1993 2011
Manon Melis  Netherlands UEFA 136 2004 2016
Cat Whitehill  United States CONCACAF 135 6 July 2000 31 March 2010
Natalia Chatzigiannidou  Greece UEFA 135 1997 2017
Tisha Venturini  United States CONCACAF 134[7] 1992 2000
Emma Byrne  Republic of Ireland UEFA 134 1996 2017
Lisa Dahlkvist  Sweden UEFA 134 2008 2017
Unni Lehn  Norway UEFA 133 31 August 1996 14 July 2007
Sandra Smisek  Germany UEFA 133 1995 2008
Liu Huana  China PR AFC 133  – 2011
Katrín Jónsdóttir  Iceland UEFA 133 9 May 1994 2013
Karen Carney[32]  England UEFA 133[33] 17 February 2005 2017
Leanne Ross  Scotland UEFA 133[34] 2006 27 July 2017
Lisa De Vanna  Australia OFC/AFC 133 18 February 2004 26 March 2018
Tobin Heath  United States CONCACAF 133 18 January 2008 27 July 2018
Liu Ying  China PR AFC 132  – 2004
Andrea Neil  Canada CONCACAF 132 1991 2007
Lauren Holiday  United States CONCACAF 132 26 January 2007 25 October 2015
Brittany Baxter  Canada CONCACAF 132 2002 2014
Sara Thunebro  Sweden UEFA 132 2004 2015
Edite Fernandes  Portugal UEFA 132 1998 2016
Yūki Nagasato  Japan AFC 132 2002 2016
Line Røddik Hansen  Denmark UEFA 132 2006 2017
Maren Mjelde  Norway UEFA 132 27 October 2007 4 September 2018
Aly Wagner  United States CONCACAF 131 1998 2009
Abby Erceg[35]  New Zealand OFC 131[36] 14 November 2006 2016
Becky Sauerbrunn  United States CONCACAF 131 16 January 2008 2017
Alex Morgan[37]  United States CONCACAF 131 31 March 2010 27 July 2018
Charmaine Hooper  Canada CONCACAF 130 1986 2006
Hanna Ljungberg  Sweden UEFA 130 1996 2008
Kerstin Garefrekes  Germany UEFA 130 17 November 2001 9 July 2011
Laura Kalmari  Finland UEFA 130 11 March 1996 2011
Megan Sneddon  Scotland UEFA 130[38] 2002 17 September 2014
Heather Garriock  Australia OFC/AFC 130 28 October 1999 2015
Rachel Yankey  England UEFA 129 23 August 1997 2015
Martina Moser[39]   Switzerland UEFA 129[40] 20 August 2005 2017
Casey Stoney  England UEFA 129 2000 2017
Cristiane  Brazil CONMEBOL 129[41] 3 August 2003 22 April 2018
Amy Rodriguez  United States CONCACAF 129 11 March 2005 8 June 2018
Annike Krahn  Germany UEFA 128 28 January 2005 19 August 2016
Tatiana Skotnikova  Russia UEFA 127 2003 2011
Caroline Abbé[39]   Switzerland UEFA 127[42] 25 February 2006 2017
Ingrid Hjelmseth  Norway UEFA 127 23 January 2003 4 October 2018
Silke Rottenberg  Germany UEFA 126 1993 2008
Karolina Westberg  Sweden UEFA 126 1997 2008
Lindsay Tarpley  United States CONCACAF 126 12 January 2003 2011
Kozue Ando  Japan AFC 126 1999 2015
Ria Percival[43]  New Zealand OFC 126[44] 14 November 2006 2015
Desiree Scott  Canada CONCACAF 126 2010 2017
Sarah Bouhaddi  France UEFA 126 2004 2017
Megan Rapinoe[45]  United States CONCACAF 126 23 July 2006 27 July 2018
Martina Voss  Germany UEFA 125 3 October 1984 2000
Melissa Tancredi  Canada CONCACAF 125 2004 2017
Kim Little  Scotland UEFA 125[46] 14 February 2007 12 June 2018
Natalia Barbachina  Russia UEFA 124 1990 2011
Yūki Ōgimi  Japan AFC 124[47] 22 April 2004 2015
Portia Modise[48]  South Africa CAF 124 2000 2015
Lara Dickenmann   Switzerland UEFA 124 2002 2017
Ri Kum-Suk  North Korea AFC 123 20 June 1999 2009
Anita Pádár  Hungary UEFA 123 1995 2005
Melanie Behringer  Germany UEFA 123 2005 2016
Ifeoma Dieke  Scotland UEFA 123[49] 2004 27 July 2017
Corinne Diacre  France UEFA 121 9 March 1993 2005
Julie Fleeting  Scotland UEFA 121[50] 1996 8 February 2015
Marie-Laure Delie  France UEFA 121 2009 2017
Jill Scott  England UEFA 121 2006 2017
Isabell Herlovsen  Norway UEFA 121 11 March 2005 4 October 2018
Brit Sandaune  Norway UEFA 120 20 March 1995 16 November 2003
Irina Grigorieva  Soviet Union/ Russia UEFA 120 1985 2005
Hanna Marklund  Sweden UEFA 120 8 August 1997 2007
Lorrie Fair  United States CONCACAF 120 1996 2008
Sanna Valkonen  Finland UEFA 120 1995 2010
Amber Hearn  New Zealand OFC 120 2005 2017
Carin Jennings-Gabarra  United States CONCACAF 119[7] 5 July 1987 1 August 1996
Antonella Carta  Italy UEFA 119 1984 1999
Gillian Coultard  England UEFA 119 1981 13 May 2000
Hiromi Ikeda  Japan AFC 119 1997 2011
Azusa Iwashimizu  Japan AFC 119[51] 18 February 2006 2015
Katie Duncan  New Zealand OFC 119 2005 2017
Anne Eggers Nielsen  Denmark UEFA 118 1993 2007
Ho Sun-hui  North Korea AFC 118 2003 2009
Jessica Julin  Finland UEFA 118 10 March 1997 3 September 2009
Anne Mäkinen  Finland UEFA 118 8 June 1991 3 September 2009
Sanne Troelsgaard Nielsen  Denmark UEFA 118 2008 2017
Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir  Iceland UEFA 118 2007 6 April 2018
Jane Ross  Scotland UEFA 118[52] 10 March 2009 12 June 2018
Marina Burakova  Soviet Union/ Russia UEFA 117 1985 2004
Rhonda Jones  Scotland UEFA 117[53] 1998 7 April 2013
Margrét Lára Viðarsdóttir  Iceland UEFA 117 2003 2017
Loes Geurts  Netherlands UEFA 117 2005 2017
Stéphanie Mugneret-Béghé  France UEFA 116 1992 2005
Maribel Domínguez  Mexico CONCACAF 116 1998 2016
Theresa Nielsen  Denmark UEFA 116 2005 2017
Sun Qingmei  China PR AFC 115 1984 1997
Erin McLeod[54]  Canada CONCACAF 115[55] 3 March 2002 2015
Elise Thorsnes  Norway UEFA 115 10 May 2006 12 June 2018
Jennifer Beattie  Scotland UEFA 115[56] 5 March 2008 12 June 2018
Tomoe Kato  Japan AFC 114 1997 2008
Candace Chapman  Canada CONCACAF 114 2002 2012
Kelly Smith  England UEFA 114 1995 2014
Melania Gabbiadini  Italy UEFA 114 2003 2017
Dóra María Lárusdóttir  Iceland UEFA 114 2003 2017
Babett Peter  Germany UEFA 114 2006 2017
Malin Moström  Sweden UEFA 113 1996 2006
Randee Hermus  Canada CONCACAF 113 2000 2008
Rachel Buehler  United States CONCACAF 113 5 March 2008 2015
Elisabeth Leidinge  Sweden UEFA 112 1974 1996
Marinette Pichon  France UEFA 112 1994 2006
Hoda Lattaf  France UEFA 112 1997 2008
Tiffany Roberts  United States CONCACAF 112[7] 1994 2009
Sara Larsson  Sweden UEFA 112 2000 2012
Rosana  Brazil CONMEBOL 112[57] 25 June 2000 2015
Hólmfríður Magnúsdóttir  Iceland UEFA 112 2003 2017
Giorgia Brenzan  Italy UEFA 111 1987 1992
Silvia Neid  Germany UEFA 111 1982 1996
Lena Videkull  Sweden UEFA 111 1984 1996
Ann Kristin Aarones  Norway UEFA 111 2 September 1990 23 October 1999
Maria Lazarou  Greece UEFA 111 1991 2004
Steffi Jones  Germany UEFA 111 3 July 1993 26 March 2007
Maria Makowska  Poland UEFA 111 1986 2008
Guadalupe Worbis  Mexico CONCACAF 111 2004 2013
Célia Šašić[58]  Germany UEFA 111[59] 28 January 2005 4 July 2015
Ali Riley  New Zealand OFC 111 2007 2017
Mizuho Sakaguchi  Japan AFC 111 2006 2017
Elisabetta Vignotto  Italy UEFA 110 19 September 1970 15 November 1989
Gunn Nyborg  Norway UEFA 110 7 July 1978 10 October 1992
Joanne Peters  Australia OFC/AFC 110 1996 7 February 2009
Femke Maes  Belgium UEFA 110 6 March 1996 2010
Lene Jensen  Denmark UEFA 110 1996 2011
Karina LeBlanc  Canada CONCACAF 110 1998 2015
Gu Yasha  China PR AFC 110 2005 2016
Kim Jung-mi  South Korea AFC 110 2003 2017
Jane Törnqvist  Sweden UEFA 109 30 August 1995 2005
Angela Hucles  United States CONCACAF 109 27 April 2002 2009
Clare Polkinghorne  Australia AFC 109 2006 2018
Þóra Björg Helgadóttir  Iceland UEFA 108 1998 2014
Cláudia Neto  Portugal UEFA 108 2006 2017
Ane Stangeland Horpestad  Norway UEFA 107 12 May 1999 2 October 2008
Sylvia Smit  Netherlands UEFA 107 2004 2013
Mariann Gajhede Knudsen  Denmark UEFA 107 2003 2015
Kosovare Asllani  Sweden UEFA 107 2008 2017
Lori Chalupny[60]  United States CONCACAF 106 7 March 2001 25 October 2015
Gro Espeseth  Norway UEFA 105 2 March 1991 28 September 2000
Lene Terp  Denmark UEFA 105 9 March 1993 25 May 2003
Ciara Grant  Republic of Ireland UEFA 105 1995 2012
Heidi Mohr  Germany UEFA 104 19 May 1984 29 September 1996
Sarina Wiegman  Netherlands UEFA 104 23 May 1987 2001
Juana López  Mexico CONCACAF 104 1993 2011
Suzanne Grant  Scotland UEFA 104[61] 29 November 2000 7 April 2013
Kaire Palmaru[62]  Estonia UEFA 104 2001 2016
Amanda Dlamini  South Africa CAF 104 2007 2017
Kirsty Yallop  New Zealand OFC 104 2004 2017
Bai Jie  China PR AFC 103 1997 2003
Anna-Kaisa Rantanen  Finland UEFA 103 6 July 1996 27 October 2011
Edda Garðarsdóttir  Iceland UEFA 103 1999 2013
Sanna Talonen  Finland UEFA 103 2004 2014
Kwon Hah-nul  South Korea AFC 103 2006 2016
Anouk Hoogendijk  Netherlands UEFA 103 2004 2017
Katrine Veje  Denmark UEFA 103 2009 2017
Anissa Tann-Darby  Australia OFC 102 1 June 1988 2002
Pia Wunderlich  Germany UEFA 102 1993 2006
Amy Walsh  Canada CONCACAF 102 1998 2009
Paula Cristina  Portugal UEFA 102 15 June 1995 2010
Rachel Unitt  England UEFA 102 2000 2013
Eniola Aluko  England UEFA 102 2004 2016
Jess Fishlock  Wales UEFA 102 2006 2017
Simone Laudehr  Germany UEFA 102 2007 2017
Maureen Mmadu  Nigeria CAF 101 1993 2011
Luz Saucedo  Mexico CONCACAF 101 2003 2012
Martina Müller  Germany UEFA 101 2000 2012
Kaylyn Kyle  Canada CONCACAF 101 2008 2015
Saskia Bartusiak  Germany UEFA 101 2007 2016
Cho So-hyun  South Korea AFC 101 2007 2017
Kelley O'Hara  United States CONCACAF 101 2010 2017
Annalie Longo  New Zealand OFC 101 2006 2017
Katri Mattsson  Finland UEFA 100 1999 2015
Petra Hogewoning  Netherlands UEFA 100 2004 2015
Yukari Kinga  Japan AFC 100 2005 2016
Betsy Hassett  New Zealand OFC 100 2008 2017
Elise Kellond-Knight  Australia AFC 100 2007 2018
Rachel Corsie  Scotland UEFA 100[63] 5 March 2009 12 June 2018

Most women with 100 or more caps by country[edit]

Updated as of 1 September 2018.

Number
Nation Confederation
36  United States CONCACAF
24  Germany UEFA
21  Sweden UEFA
17  Norway UEFA
16  China PR AFC
15  France UEFA
15  Canada CONCACAF
13  Scotland UEFA
12  Denmark UEFA
11  Netherlands UEFA
11  Japan AFC
10  England UEFA
8  New Zealand OFC
7  Australia OFC through 2005
AFC 2006–present
7  Iceland UEFA
7  Italy UEFA
7  Finland UEFA
6  Soviet Union/ Russia UEFA
5  South Africa CAF
4  Mexico CONCACAF
4  Brazil CONMEBOL
4  Portugal UEFA
3  South Korea AFC
3   Switzerland UEFA
2  Greece UEFA
2  North Korea AFC
2  Republic of Ireland UEFA
1  Belgium UEFA
1  Hungary UEFA
1  Nigeria CAF
1  Poland UEFA
1  Estonia UEFA
1  Wales UEFA
275 Total number of players with 100 or more FIFA recognized caps

Most women with 100 or more caps by Confederations[edit]

Updated as of 1 September 2018.
Footballers Confederation
165 UEFA
55 CONCACAF
36 AFC
9 OFC
6 CAF
4 CONMEBOL
275 Total

See also[edit]

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