Slovakia women's national football team
Slovenskí sokoli (falcons)
|Association||Slovenský Futbalový Zväz|
|Head coach||Peter Kopún|
|Current||47 1 (12 July 2019)|
|Highest||34 (December 2006)|
|Lowest||48 (December 2017)|
| Czech Republic 6–0 Slovakia |
(Hluk na Moravě, Czech Republic; 21 June 1993)
| Slovakia 11–0 Bosnia and Herzegovina |
(Šaľa, Slovakia; 2 September 1997)
| Norway 17–0 Slovakia |
(Ulefoss, Norway; 19 September 1995)
Slovakia women's national football team represent Slovakia in international games. Slovakia has never taken part in a major championships.
The national debuted as Czechoslovakia in 1968 against Italy, and lost 1–2. Due to its early debut, Czechoslovakia became a major force in women's football and first took part in the qualifying for the European Championships in 1989. They finished in second place, and reached the quarter-finals, where they lost over two legs (1–1 home, 0–2 away) against West Germany. Czechoslovakia also took part in the qualifying for the European Championships in 1991. They finished one point behind Hungary, and so went to a play-off. Czechoslovakia's third and final qualifying, for the European Championships in 1993, finished with a second-place out of three, behind Italy.
Slovakia made their debut in a friendly match against the Czech Republic on 21 June 1993. Slovakia lost 0–6. Slovakia made their competitive debut under their own name in the following qualifying, for the 1995 European Championships. Slovakia finished in second place, and therefore were classed by UEFA as between a Class A team, who were seeded, and class B, who had to play a playoff with class A.
Slovakia therefore had to play a playoff for the 1997 European Championships. The team finished last, and were relegated to Class B. Slovakia remained in Class B until the qualifying for the 2007 Women's Football World Cup, when classification was abolished, both for the European Championships and the World Cup. At the qualifying for 2009, Slovakia therefore had their first chance to qualify for a championship. Slovakia had to play in the first round, but won this game. In the second round, Slovakia lost, to Portugal.
World Cup record
|World Cup Finals|
|1991||Did not enter|
|1995||Did not qualify|
- *Draws include knockout matches decided on penalty kicks.
|Competition||Season||Stage||Result||Opponent||Position / Notes|
|1995 EC QS||1993–94||GS: Gr.2||1–0 3–1||Latvia|
|0–2 0–6||Sweden||2 / 3|
|1997 EC QS||1995–96||GS: Class A, Gr.1||0–17 0–4||Norway|
|0–3 0–2||Germany||4 / 4|
|1996||Relegation play-off||1–3 1–2||Belgium||Relegated to Class B|
|1999 WC QS||1997–98||GS: Class B, Gr.4||11–0 7–0||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|4–0 5–0||Israel||2 / 5|
|2001 EC QS||1999-00||GS: Class B, Gr.3||4–0 3–1||Estonia|
|1–4 0–3||Romania||3 / 5|
|2003 WC QS||2001–02||GS: Class B, Gr.4||7–0 6–2||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|3–0 3–0||Turkey||2 / 5|
|2005 EC QS||2003–04||GS: Class B, Gr.3||5–0 10–0||Armenia|
|0–3 2–3||Austria||3 / 4|
|2007 WC QS||2005–06||GS: Class B, Gr.2||2–1 3–2||Romania|
|1–2 2–0||Northern Ireland||1 / 4|
|2009 EC QS||2006||PR: Gr.3||4–0||Luxembourg|
|8–0||Malta||1 / 4|
|2007–08||GS: Gr.5||2–1 1–0||Portugal|
|1–4 1–6||Denmark||4 / 5|
|2011 WC QS||2009–10||GS: Gr.2||9–0 6–1||Macedonia|
|0–2 0–2||Belarus||4 / 5|
|2013 EC QS||2011–12||GS: Gr.5||0–0 0–2||Ukraine|
|0–1 0–2||Finland||4 / 5|
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Mária Korenčiová||27 April 1989||SC Sand|
|GK||Lucia El-Dahaibiová||22 January 1989||USC Landhaus|
|GK||Lívia Kuľková||17 August 1995||Partizán Bardejov|
|DF||Jana Vojteková||12 August 1991||SC Sand|
|DF||Lucia Haršányová||27 August 1990||FC Neunkirch|
|DF||Patrícia Fischerová||26 August 1993||Zagłębie Lubin|
|DF||Petra Zdechovanová||2 November 1995||Žilina|
|DF||Kristína Košíková||20 December 1993||Slovan Bratislava|
|DF||Veronika Žitňáková||20 December 1993||Teplice|
|MF||Dominika Škorvánková||21 August 1991||Bayern Munich|
|MF||Lucia Ondrušová||10 May 1988||FC Basel|
|MF||Dana Fecková||26 February 1987||FC Neunkirch|
|MF||Lucia Šušková||27 March 1993||TS Mitech Żywiec|
|MF||Patrícia Hmírová||30 November 1993||Czarni Sosnowiec|
|MF||Simona Fatulová||10 February 1995||Slovan Bratislava|
|MF||Dominika Dikanová||12 March 1995||Astra HFC|
|MF||Klaudia Fabová||12 September 1998||20||5||FC Wałbrzych|
|FW||Diana Bartovičová||20 May 1993||Slavia Prague|
|FW||Patrícia Marková||16 May 1995||Slovan Bratislava|
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|DF||Alexandra Bíróová||13 July 1991||SV Neulengbach||v. Wales, 6/8 April 2015|
|DF||Eva Kolenová||1 May 1985||Altenmarkt||2015 Istria Women's Cup|
|DF||Monika Matysová||29 December 1981||St. Pölten-Spratzern||v. Wales, 6/8 April 2015|
|DF||Lenka Mravíková||31 March 1987||Altenmarkt||2015 Istria Women's Cup|
|MF||Carmen Absolonová||5 May 1995||Slovan Bratislava||2015 Istria Women's Cup|
|MF||Andrea Horváthová||5 October 1995||Nové Zámky||v. Wales, 6/8 April 2015|
|MF||Veronika Klechová||5 May 1989||Inverness City||v. Wales, 6/8 April 2015|
|MF||Sandra Kujovičová||1 August 1995||Slovan Bratislava||v. Poland, 30 October 2014|
|FW||Dominika Koleničková||24 September 1992||Nové Zámky||v. Wales, 6/8 April 2015|
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