|FIBA ranking||43 3 (9 August 2021)|
|FIBA zone||FIBA Africa|
|National federation||Federação Angolana de Basquetebol|
|Medals|| (2011, 2013)|
(1981, 1986, 1994, 2007, 2009)
Angola women's national basketball team is the basketball team which represents Angolan women internationally. In 2011 FIBA Africa Championship for Women They won their first Continantal African title and they qualified for the first time to 2012 Summer Olympics. They have made their only appearance so far in the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup in 2014, where they finished last among 16 teams.
The squad traveled to Senegal for the FIBA Africa Championship for Women 2007 in September 2007. It went 4–1 in the first round of the competition, losing only to the Democratic Republic of the Congo once they had clinched advancement to the next round. In the round of single elimination, Angola beat Côte d'Ivoire 44–42, before losing to eventual champion Mali by 9. In the third place game, Angola beat Mozambique by 15 to clinch a spot in the qualifying tournament for the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Angola won its first African title at the 2011 FIBA Africa Championship for Women in Bamako, Mali. It finished with a 7–1 record with Small forward Nacissela Maurício being named the tournament's MVP. Moreover, Power forward Sónia Guadalupe was named to the All-Tournament team. With this win, Angola secured a spot at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
|London 2012||Group stage||12th||5||0||5||243||395||−152|
|Istanbul/Ankara 2014||Group stage||16th||3||0||3||125||286||−161|
|Cairo 1991||Did not participate|
|Abuja 2003||round robin||4th||5||3||2||323||312||+11|
|Central African Republic||1||1||0||96||58||+38|
Roster for the 20"! Women's Afrobasket.
|Angola women's national basketball team roster|
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