List of women's footballers with 100 or more caps

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Christine Sinclair of Canada is currently the most capped active women player with 284 caps in international football.
Kristine Lilly of United States is the all-time highest international capped player with 352 caps.

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

The all-time leader in senior caps, Kristine Lilly of the United States, had 352 caps and retired from internationla 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 284 caps.[3] Sinclair is also the leading active goal scorer in women international football with 181 goals.[4] Nineteen other women — ten of them American, two from China and Canada, and one each from Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Japan and Scotland — have 200 or more caps.

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.

Caps[edit]

The names of currently active players are in bold. As of 16 June 2019.

Indicates the most-capped player of the respective nation.

Footballers with 200 or more caps[edit]

Rank Name Nation Confederation Caps First cap Last cap
1 Kristine Lilly  United States CONCACAF 352[1] 3 August 1987 5 November 2010
2 Christie Rampone  United States CONCACAF 311[5] 28 February 1997 20 September 2015
3 Christine Sinclair  Canada CONCACAF 284[6] 12 March 2000 15 June 2019
4 Mia Hamm  United States CONCACAF 276[2] 3 August 1987 8 December 2004
= Carli Lloyd  United States CONCACAF 276[7] 10 July 2005 16 June 2019
6 Julie Foudy  United States CONCACAF 274[2] 29 July 1988 8 December 2004
7 Abby Wambach  United States CONCACAF 255[8] 9 September 2001 16 December 2015
8 Joy Fawcett  United States CONCACAF 241[2] 3 August 1987 26 August 2004
9 Heather O'Reilly  United States CONCACAF 231[9] 1 March 2002 15 September 2016
10 Pu Wei  China PR AFC 219 1997 15 February 2014
11 Birgit Prinz  Germany UEFA 214 27 July 1994 9 July 2011
= Therese Sjögran  Sweden UEFA 214[10] 30 October 1997 20 June 2015
12 Katrine Pedersen  Denmark UEFA 210[11] 14 September 1994 25 July 2013
13 Tiffeny Milbrett  United States CONCACAF 206[2] 4 August 1991 23 October 2005
14 Homare Sawa  Japan AFC 205[12] 6 December 1993 5 July 2015
15 Gemma Fay  Scotland UEFA 203[13] 1998 27 July 2017
= Diana Matheson  Canada CONCACAF 203[14] 2003 1 March 2019
17 Hope Solo  United States CONCACAF 202 5 April 2000 12 August 2016
18 Kate Markgraf  United States CONCACAF 201[15] 26 April 1998 17 July 2010
19 Li Jie  China PR AFC 200[15] 1997 2008

Footballers with 100 or more caps[edit]

Name Nation Confederation Caps First cap Last cap
Sandrine Soubeyrand  France UEFA 198[16] 12 April 1997 22 July 2013
Patrizia Panico  Italy UEFA 197[15] 8 April 1996 27 November 2014
Shannon Boxx  United States CONCACAF 195[17] 1 September 2003 21 October 2015
Caroline Seger  Sweden UEFA 195[18] 2005 2019
Brandi Chastain  United States CONCACAF 192[15] 1 June 1988 8 December 2004
Fan Yunjie  China PR AFC 192[15] 1992 2004
Kerstin Stegemann  Germany UEFA 191[19] 13 April 1995 2009
Joanne Love  Scotland UEFA 191[20] 1 March 2002 2019
Élise Bussaglia  France UEFA 190[21] 2003 2019
Hege Riise  Norway UEFA 188[22] 23 July 1990 27 May 2004
Han Duan  China PR AFC 188 2000 2011
Laura Georges  France UEFA 188[23] 26 September 2001 6 April 2018
Formiga  Brazil CONMEBOL 188[24] 11 April 1995 2019
Sophie Schmidt  Canada CONCACAF 186[25] 2005 2019
Lotta Schelin  Sweden UEFA 185[26] 16 March 2004 29 July 2017
Solveig Gulbrandsen  Norway UEFA 183[22] 17 June 1998 23 June 2015
Camille Abily  France UEFA 183[27] 2001 2017
Zhao Lihong  China PR AFC 182[15] 1992 2003
Rhian Wilkinson  Canada CONCACAF 181[28] 2003 2017
Nilla Fischer  Sweden UEFA 178[29] 2001 2019
Shannon MacMillan  United States CONCACAF 177[2] 7 July 1993 23 October 2005
Briana Scurry  United States CONCACAF 175[2] 16 March 1994 5 November 2008
Ariane Hingst  Germany UEFA 174[30] 27 August 1996 5 July 2011
Liu Ailing  China PR AFC 173[15] 1987 2001
Bente Nordby  Norway UEFA 172[22] 30 August 1991 27 October 2007
Carla Overbeck  United States CONCACAF 170[2] 1 June 1988 2000
Janine Van Wyk[31]  South Africa CAF 168 3 December 2005 2019
Fara Williams  England UEFA 165 24 November 2001 4 March 2018
Alex Morgan[32]  United States CONCACAF 164 31 March 2010 2019
Sherida Spitse[33]  Netherlands UEFA 164[34] 31 August 2006 2019
Wen Lirong  China PR AFC 163[15] 1987 2001
Sun Wen  China PR AFC 163[15] 1990 2001
Wang Liping  China PR AFC 162[15] 1992 2004
Victoria Svensson  Sweden UEFA 162 1996 2009
Aya Miyama  Japan AFC 162[35] 19 March 2003 2016
Trine Rønning  Norway UEFA 162[22] 23 October 2003 9 March 2016
Eugenie Le Sommer[36]  France UEFA 161[37] 12 February 2009 2019
Hedvig Lindahl  Sweden UEFA 160[38] January 2002 2019
Becky Sauerbrunn  United States CONCACAF 159 16 January 2008 2019
Cindy Parlow  United States CONCACAF 158 1996 2004
Anja Mittag  Germany UEFA 158[39] 2004 2017
Gaëtane Thiney  France UEFA 158[40] 2007 2019
Kristin Bengtsson  Sweden UEFA 157 1991 2005
Annemieke Griffioen  Netherlands UEFA 156 1995 2011
Sonia Bompastor  France UEFA 156[41] 2000 2012
Michelle Akers  United States CONCACAF 155[2] 18 August 1985 24 August 2000
Tatiana Zorri  Italy UEFA 155 1994 2010
Noko Matlou  South Africa CAF 155 2006 2019
Bettina Wiegmann  Germany UEFA 154[42] 1989 2003
Bi Yan  China PR AFC 154 2004 2011
Megan Rapinoe[43]  United States CONCACAF 154 23 July 2006 2019
Carolina Morace  Italy UEFA 153 1980 1996
Johanna Rasmussen  Denmark UEFA 153[44] October 2002 2018
Linda Medalen  Norway UEFA 152[22] 7 October 1987 23 October 1999
Ma Xiaoxu  China PR AFC 152 2005 2016
Heidi Støre  Norway UEFA 151[22] 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
Tobin Heath  United States CONCACAF 151 18 January 2008 2019
Renate Lingor  Germany UEFA 149[45] 1995 2008
Lisa De Vanna  Australia OFC/AFC 149 18 February 2004 2019
Mpumi Nyandeni  South Africa CAF 149 2002 2019
Sandra Minnert  Germany UEFA 147[46] 1992 2007
Zhang Rui  China PR AFC 147 2009 2019
Pia Sundhage  Sweden UEFA 146 1975 1996
Nadine Angerer  Germany UEFA 146[47] 27 August 1996 4 July 2015
Dyanne Bito  Netherlands UEFA 146[48] 14 October 2000 2015
Desiree Scott  Canada CONCACAF 146[49] 2010 2019
Carla Couto  Portugal UEFA 145 1993 2012
Elvira Todua  Russia UEFA 145 2003 12 June 2018
Louisa Cadamuro  France UEFA 145[50] 2005 2016
Marta  Brazil CONMEBOL 145 19 November 2002 2019
Ria Percival[51]  New Zealand OFC 145[52] 14 November 2006 2019
Doris Fitschen  Germany UEFA 144[53] 1986 2001
Svetlana Petko  Soviet Union/ Russia UEFA 144[15] 1985 2005
Ingvild Stensland  Norway UEFA 144[22] 23 January 2003 7 June 2016
Karen Carney[54]  England UEFA 142[55] 17 February 2005 2019
Sarah Bouhaddi  France UEFA 142[56] 2004 2019
Marleen Wissink  Netherlands UEFA 141[57] 1989 2006
Pauline Hamill  Scotland UEFA 141[58] 1992 25 August 2010
Élodie Thomis  France UEFA 141[59] 2005 2017
Waraporn Boonsing  Thailand AFC 141 2009 2019
Alex Scott  England UEFA 140 2004 2017
Cristiane  Brazil CONMEBOL 140[60] 3 August 2003 2019
Kim Little  Scotland UEFA 140[61] 14 February 2007 2019
Abby Erceg[62]  New Zealand OFC 140[63] 14 November 2006 2019
Daphne Koster  Netherlands UEFA 139 1997 2013
Shinobu Ohno  Japan AFC 139[64] 2003 2016
Jill Scott  England UEFA 138 31 August 2006 2019
Maren Mjelde  Norway UEFA 138[22] 27 October 2007 2019
Annike Krahn  Germany UEFA 137[65] 28 January 2005 19 August 2016
Heather Mitts  United States CONCACAF 137 1999 2012
Sanne Troelsgaard Nielsen  Denmark UEFA 137[66] 2008 2019
Merete Pedersen  Denmark UEFA 136[67] 1993 2011
Manon Melis  Netherlands UEFA 136[68] 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[2] 1992 2000
Emma Byrne  Republic of Ireland UEFA 134 1996 2017
Lisa Dahlkvist  Sweden UEFA 134[69] 2008 2017
Ingrid Hjelmseth  Norway UEFA 134[22] 23 January 2003 2019
Wang Shanshan  China PR AFC 134 2012 2019
Unni Lehn  Norway UEFA 133[22] 31 August 1996 14 July 2007
Sandra Smisek  Germany UEFA 133[70] 1995 2008
Liu Huana  China PR AFC 133  – 2011
Katrín Jónsdóttir  Iceland UEFA 133 9 May 1994 2013
Leanne Ross  Scotland UEFA 133[71] 2006 27 July 2017
Alessia Tuttino  Italy UEFA 133 2002 2016
Liu Ying  China PR AFC 132  – 2004
Andrea Neil  Canada CONCACAF 132[72] 1991 2007
Lauren Holiday  United States CONCACAF 132 26 January 2007 25 October 2015
Brittany Baxter  Canada CONCACAF 132[73] 2002 2014
Sara Thunebro  Sweden UEFA 132 2004 2015
Edite Fernandes  Portugal UEFA 132 1998 2016
Yūki Nagasato  Japan AFC 132[74] 2002 2016
Line Røddik Hansen  Denmark UEFA 132[75] 2006 2017
Aly Wagner  United States CONCACAF 131 1998 2009
Theresa Nielsen  Denmark UEFA 131[76] 2005 2019
Nothando Vilakazi  South Africa CAF 131 2007 2019
Hanna Ljungberg  Sweden UEFA 130 1996 2008
Kerstin Garefrekes  Germany UEFA 130[77] 17 November 2001 9 July 2011
Laura Kalmari  Finland UEFA 130[78] 11 March 1996 2011
Megan Sneddon  Scotland UEFA 130[79] 2002 17 September 2014
Heather Garriock  Australia OFC/AFC 130 28 October 1999 2015
Charmaine Hooper  Canada CONCACAF 129[80] 1986 2006
Rachel Yankey  England UEFA 129 23 August 1997 2015
Martina Moser[81]   Switzerland UEFA 129[82] 20 August 2005 2017
Casey Stoney  England UEFA 129 2000 2017
Amy Rodriguez  United States CONCACAF 129 11 March 2005 8 June 2018
Madeleine Ngono Mani  Cameroon CAF 129 2002 2019
Ali Riley  New Zealand OFC 129 2007 2019
Kosovare Asllani  Sweden UEFA 129[83] 2008 2019
Isabell Herlovsen  Norway UEFA 128[22] 11 March 2005 2019
Jane Ross  Scotland UEFA 128[84] 10 March 2009 2019
Tatiana Skotnikova  Russia UEFA 127 2003 2011
Caroline Abbé[81]   Switzerland UEFA 127[85] 25 February 2006 2017
Silke Rottenberg  Germany UEFA 126[86] 1993 2008
Karolina Westberg  Sweden UEFA 126 1997 2008
Lindsay Tarpley  United States CONCACAF 126 12 January 2003 2011
Kozue Ando  Japan AFC 126[87] 1999 2015
Jennifer Beattie  Scotland UEFA 126[88] 5 March 2008 2019
Martina Voss  Germany UEFA 125[89] 3 October 1984 2000
Melissa Tancredi  Canada CONCACAF 125[90] 2004 2017
Natalia Barbachina  Russia UEFA 124[15] 1990 2011
Portia Modise[91]  South Africa CAF 124 2000 2015
Lara Dickenmann   Switzerland UEFA 124 2002 2017
Mizuho Sakaguchi  Japan AFC 124[92] 2006 2018
Katie Duncan  New Zealand OFC 124 2005 2019
Ri Kum-Suk  North Korea AFC 123[15] 20 June 1999 2009
Anita Pádár  Hungary UEFA 123 1995 2005
Melanie Behringer  Germany UEFA 123[93] 2005 2016
Ifeoma Dieke  Scotland UEFA 123[94] 2004 27 July 2017
Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir  Iceland UEFA 123 2007 2019
Marie-Laure Delie  France UEFA 123[95] 2009 2017
Cho So-hyun  South Korea AFC 123 2007 2019
Azusa Iwashimizu  Japan AFC 122[96] 18 February 2006 2016
Loes Geurts  Netherlands UEFA 122 2005 2019
Corinne Diacre  France UEFA 121[97] 9 March 1993 2005
Julie Fleeting  Scotland UEFA 121[98] 1996 8 February 2015
Cathrine Paaske-Sørensen  Denmark UEFA 121[99] 2000 2010
Cláudia Neto  Portugal UEFA 121 2006 2019
Brit Sandaune  Norway UEFA 120 20 March 1995 16 November 2003
Irina Grigorieva  Soviet Union/ Russia UEFA 120[15] 1985 2005
Hanna Marklund  Sweden UEFA 120 8 August 1997 2007
Lorrie Fair  United States CONCACAF 120[15] 1996 2008
Sanna Valkonen  Finland UEFA 120[78] 1995 2010
Amber Hearn  New Zealand OFC 120 2005 2017
Carin Jennings-Gabarra  United States CONCACAF 119[2] 5 July 1987 1 August 1996
Antonella Carta  Italy UEFA 119 1984 1999
Gillian Coultard  England UEFA 119[15] 1981 13 May 2000
Hiromi Ikeda  Japan AFC 119[15] 1997 2011
Margrét Lára Viðarsdóttir  Iceland UEFA 119 2003 2019
Kelley O'Hara  United States CONCACAF 119 2010 2019
Annalie Longo  New Zealand OFC 119 2006 2019
Anne Eggers Nielsen  Denmark UEFA 118[100] 1993 2007
Ho Sun-hui  North Korea AFC 118[15] 2003 2009
Jessica Julin  Finland UEFA 118[78] 10 March 1997 3 September 2009
Anne Mäkinen  Finland UEFA 118[78] 8 June 1991 3 September 2009
Clare Polkinghorne  Australia AFC 118 2006 2019
Erin McLeod[101]  Canada CONCACAF 118[102] 3 March 2002 2019
Anna Westerlund  Finland UEFA 118[78] 2007 2019
Ji So-yun  South Korea AFC 118 2006 2019
Babett Peter  Germany UEFA 118[103] 2006 2018
Gu Yasha  China PR AFC 118 2005 2019
Christen Press  United States CONCACAF 118 2013 2019
Marina Burakova  Soviet Union/ Russia UEFA 117[15] 1985 2004
Rhonda Jones  Scotland UEFA 117[104] 1998 7 April 2013
Katrine Veje  Denmark UEFA 117[105] 2009 2019
Duangnapa Sritala  Thailand AFC 117 2008 2019
Elise Thorsnes  Norway UEFA 117[22] 10 May 2006 2019
Maribel Domínguez  Mexico CONCACAF 116 1998 2016
Kim Jung-mi  South Korea AFC 116 2003 2019
Jess Fishlock  Wales UEFA 116 2006 2019
Wu Haiyan  China PR AFC 116 2012 2019
Stéphanie Mugneret-Béghé  France UEFA 115[106] 1992 2005
Sun Qingmei  China PR AFC 115 1984 1997
Ana Borges  Portugal UEFA 115 2009 2019
Betsy Hassett  New Zealand OFC 115 2008 2019
Tomoe Kato  Japan AFC 114 1997 2008
Candace Chapman  Canada CONCACAF 114[107] 2002 2012
Kelly Smith  England UEFA 114 1995 2014
Melania Gabbiadini  Italy UEFA 114 2003 2017
Dóra María Lárusdóttir  Iceland UEFA 114 2003 2017
Lou Jiahui  China PR AFC 114 2008 2019
Pitsamai Sornsai  Thailand AFC 114 2005 2019
Rumi Utsugi  Japan AFC 113[108] 2005 2019
Malin Moström  Sweden UEFA 113 1996 2006
Randee Hermus  Canada CONCACAF 113[109] 2000 2008
Rachel Buehler  United States CONCACAF 113 5 March 2008 2015
Carole Costa  Portugal UEFA 113 2008 2019
Ana-Maria Crnogorčević   Switzerland UEFA 113 2009 2019
Elisabeth Leidinge  Sweden UEFA 112 1974 1996
Marinette Pichon  France UEFA 112[110] 1994 2006
Tiffany Roberts  United States CONCACAF 112[2] 1994 2009
Sara Larsson  Sweden UEFA 112 2000 2012
Rosana  Brazil CONMEBOL 112[111] 25 June 2000 2015
Hólmfríður Magnúsdóttir  Iceland UEFA 112 2003 2017
Liu Shanshan  China PR AFC 112 2012 2019
Linda Sembrant  Sweden UEFA 112[112] 2008 2019
Hoda Lattaf  France UEFA 111[113] 1997 2008
Giorgia Brenzan  Italy UEFA 111 1987 1992
Silvia Neid  Germany UEFA 111[114] 1982 1996
Lena Videkull  Sweden UEFA 111 1984 1996
Ann Kristin Aarones  Norway UEFA 111[22] 2 September 1990 23 October 1999
Maria Lazarou  Greece UEFA 111[15] 1991 2004
Steffi Jones  Germany UEFA 111[115] 3 July 1993 26 March 2007
Maria Makowska  Poland UEFA 111 1986 2008
Guadalupe Worbis  Mexico CONCACAF 111 2004 2013
Célia Šašić[116]  Germany UEFA 111[117] 28 January 2005 4 July 2015
Aline Zeler  Belgium UEFA 111[118] 2005 2018
Pernille Harder  Denmark UEFA 111[119] 2009 2019
Wendie Renard  France UEFA 111[120] 2011 2019
Sara Gama  Italy UEFA 111 2006 2019
Aya Sameshima  Japan AFC 111[121] 2008 2019
Rachel Corsie  Scotland UEFA 111[122] 5 March 2009 2019
Elisabetta Vignotto  Italy UEFA 110 19 September 1970 15 November 1989
Gunn Nyborg  Norway UEFA 110[22] 7 July 1978 10 October 1992
Joanne Peters  Australia OFC/AFC 110[15] 1996 7 February 2009
Femke Maes  Belgium UEFA 110[15] 6 March 1996 2010
Karina LeBlanc  Canada CONCACAF 110[123] 1998 2015
Lyudmyla Pekur  Ukraine UEFA 110 1997 2016
Jane Törnqvist  Sweden UEFA 109 30 August 1995 2005
Lene Jensen  Denmark UEFA 109[124] 1996 2011
Angela Hucles  United States CONCACAF 109 27 April 2002 2009
Nina Burger  Austria UEFA 109 2005 2019
Li Ying  China PR AFC 109 2012 2019
Þóra Björg Helgadóttir  Iceland UEFA 108 1998 2014
Elise Kellond-Knight  Australia AFC 108 2007 2019
Steph Houghton  England UEFA 107 8 March 2007 2019
Ane Stangeland Horpestad  Norway UEFA 107[22] 12 May 1999 2 October 2008
Sylvia Smit  Netherlands UEFA 106[125] 2004 2013
Mariann Gajhede Knudsen  Denmark UEFA 107[126] 2003 2015
Lori Chalupny[127]  United States CONCACAF 106 7 March 2001 25 October 2015
Dolores Silva  Portugal UEFA 107 2009 2019
Refiloe Jane  South Africa CAF 107 2012 2019
Lena Goeßling  Germany UEFA 106[128] 2008 2019
Saki Kumagai  Japan AFC 106[129] 2008 2019
Gro Espeseth  Norway UEFA 105[22] 2 March 1991 28 September 2000
Lene Terp  Denmark UEFA 105[130] 9 March 1993 25 May 2003
Ciara Grant  Republic of Ireland UEFA 105 1995 2012
Anna-Kaisa Rantanen  Finland UEFA 105[78] 6 July 1996 27 October 2011
Lieke Martens  Netherlands UEFA 105[131] 2011 2019
Rosie White  New Zealand OFC 105[132] 2009 2019
Heidi Mohr  Germany UEFA 104[133] 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[134] 29 November 2000 7 April 2013
Kaire Palmaru[135]  Estonia UEFA 104 2001 2016
Amanda Dlamini  South Africa CAF 104 2007 2017
Kirsty Yallop  New Zealand OFC 104 2004 2017
Tuija Hyyrynen  Finland UEFA 104[78] 2007 2019
Hallbera Guðný Gísladóttir  Iceland UEFA 104 2008 2019
Bai Jie  China PR AFC 103 1997 2003
Edda Garðarsdóttir  Iceland UEFA 103 1999 2013
Sanna Talonen  Finland UEFA 103[78] 2004 2014
Kwon Hah-nul  South Korea AFC 103 2006 2016
Anouk Hoogendijk  Netherlands UEFA 103[136] 2004 2017
Simone Laudehr  Germany UEFA 103[137] 2007 2017
Anissa Tann-Darby  Australia OFC 102 1 June 1988 2002
Pia Wunderlich  Germany UEFA 102[138] 1993 2006
Sofia Jakobsson  Sweden UEFA 102[139] 2011 2019
Amy Walsh  Canada CONCACAF 102[140] 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
Ramona Bachmann   Switzerland UEFA 102 2007 2019
Pikul Khueanpet  Thailand AFC 102 2009 2019
Maureen Mmadu  Nigeria CAF 101 1993 2011
Luz Saucedo  Mexico CONCACAF 101 2003 2012
Martina Müller  Germany UEFA 101[141] 2000 2012
Kaylyn Kyle  Canada CONCACAF 101[142] 2008 2015
Saskia Bartusiak  Germany UEFA 101[143] 2007 2016
Jeon Ga-eul  South Korea AFC 101 2007 2019
Loren Dykes  Wales UEFA 101 2007 2019
Ali Krieger  United States CONCACAF 101 16 January 2008 2019
Katri Mattsson  Finland UEFA 100[144] 1999 2015
Petra Hogewoning  Netherlands UEFA 100[145] 2004 2015
Yukari Kinga  Japan AFC 100[146] 2005 2016
Áine O'Gorman  Republic of Ireland UEFA 100 2006 2019
Fanndís Friðriksdóttir  Iceland UEFA 100 2009 2019
Kristine Minde  Norway UEFA 100 2011 2019
Hayley Lauder  Scotland UEFA 100 26 February 2010 2019

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

Updated as of 15 June 2019.

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

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

Updated as of 15 June 2019.
Footballers Confederation
190 UEFA
57 CONCACAF
53 AFC
9 CAF
9 OFC
4 CONMEBOL
322 Total

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