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|Association||Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Head coach||Samira Hurem|
|Most caps||Sanela Grgić (15)|
|Top scorer||Sabina Pehić (12)|
|Home stadium||Bilino Polje|
|Current|| 67 |
|Highest||58 (December 2016–March 2017)|
|Lowest||95 (March 2007)|
(Šaľa, Slovakia; 2 September 1997)
| Bosnia and Herzegovina |
(Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina; 30 August 2019)
(Bük, Hungary; 4 September 1999)
The Bosnia and Herzegovina women's national football team represents Bosnia and Herzegovina in international football and is controlled by the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, abbreviated BiH or B&H, sometimes called Bosnia–Herzegovina and often known informally as Bosnia, is a country in Southeastern Europe, located within the Balkan Peninsula. Sarajevo is the capital and largest city.
The Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina, based in Sarajevo, is the chief officiating body of football in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Bosnian football association was founded as the Sarajevo football sub-association of Yugoslavia in 1920. In 1992 the association was re-founded as the football association of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
They have never qualified for the World Cup or the European Championship. The team is currently coached by Samira Hurem and captained by veteran Mersiha Aščerić. Currently ranked 63rd by FIFA, the team plays their home games at the Asim Ferhatovic Hase Stadium in the city of Sarajevo, the country's capital.
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|FIFA Women's World Cup record||Qualification record|
|Did Not Enter||Declined Participation|
|Did Not Qualify||8||1||0||7||5||55||−50|
|UEFA Women's Championship record||Qualification record|
|Did Not Enter||Declined Participation|
|Did Not Qualify||6||0||0||6||4||32||−28|
|1||8||7||1||0||29||1||+28||22||2019 FIFA Women's World Cup||—||0–0||6–0||4–0||5–0|
| Kazakhstan ||0–2|
| England ||4–0|
| Bosnia and Herzegovina ||0–1|
| Bosnia and Herzegovina ||1–6|
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| Bosnia and Herzegovina ||0–2|
| Wales ||1–0|
| Bosnia and Herzegovina ||0–2|
The following players were called up for 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Q matches against England and Wales.
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|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Almina Hodžić||2 November 1988|
|12||GK||Arnela Šabanović||16 June 1991|
|17||DF||Amela Kršo||17 April 1991|
|4||DF||Amira Spahić (captain)||8 June 1983|
|8||DF||Aida Hadžić||11 September 1992|
|5||DF||Melisa Hasanbegović||13 April 1995|
|7||DF||Anđela Šešlija||15 September 1995|
|3||DF||Antonela Radeljić||9 December 1996|
|8||DF||Marija Aleksić||18 August 1997|
|MF||Marina Lukić||5 October 1995|
|19||MF||Selma Kapetanović||9 December 1996|
|13||MF||Amna Lihović||8 February 1997|
|11||FW||Lidija Kuliš||2 May 1992|
|9||FW||Milena Nikolić||6 July 1992|
|16||FW||Alma Kamerić||17 June 1996|
|2||FW||Valentina Šakotić||23 September 1996|
|14||FW||Dajana Spasojević||29 October 1997|
|18||FW||Merjema Medić||17 October 1999|
|FW||Nikolina Milović||11 April 2000|
The following players have been called up for the team within the last twelve months:
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Tamara Škorić||6 December 1993||v. |
|GK||Arnela Begić||18 February 1993||v. |
|GK||Jelena Gvozderac||11 August 1998||v. |
|GK||Emina Omerović||March 20, 1999||v. |
|DF||Nikolina Vujadin||3 November 1995||v. |
|DF||Aldina Hamzić||20 March 2000||v. |
|DF||Nikolina Dijaković||3 May 1989||v. |
|DF||Jelena Milović||8 October 1992||v. |
|DF||Alma Jašarević||14 April 1994||v. |
|DF||Andrea Grebenar||7 November 1997||v. |
|MF||Zerina Piskić||16 September 1997||v. |
|MF||Minela Gačanica||9 March 2000||v. |
|MF||Lejla Bašić||13 October 1994||v. |
|MF||Branka Bagarić||February 8, 2000||v. |
|FW||Irvina Bajramović||27 February 1995||v. |
|13 February 2016 Unofficial Friendly||Bosnia and Herzegovina B ||4–0||Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Report||Stadium: N/FSBIH Training Center|
Referee: Ivana Vlaić (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
|10 March 2016 Unofficial Friendly||Jedinstvo Brčko ||1–8||Brčko, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Damjanović ||Report|| Hasanbegović |
|Stadium: Gradski Stadion|
|12 April 2016 UEFA Women's Euro 2017 Q|| Bosnia and Herzegovina ||0–1||Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Report|| Carney ||Stadium: N/FSBIH Training Center|
Referee: Simona Ghisletta (Switzerland)
|1 June 2016 Friendly|| Hungary ||0–0||Telki, Hungary|
|Report||Stadium: Globall Football Park|
|6 June 2016 UEFA Women's Euro 2017 Q|| Estonia ||0–1||Tartu, Estonia|
| Nikolić ||Stadium: Tamme Stadium |
Referee: Cristina Bujor (Romania)
|27 June 2016 Unofficial Friendly||Bosnia and Herzegovina B ||5–1||Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Report||Medić ||Stadium: N/FSBIH Training Center|
Referee: Nejra Ališpago (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
|6 August 2016 Friendly|| Bosnia and Herzegovina ||0–1||Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Report|| Ovdiychuk ||Stadium: N/FSBIH Training Center|
Referee: Bojana Tošić (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
|1 March 2017 2017 Istria Cup|| France B ||0–2||Umag, Croatia|
|Report|| Kuliš |
|Stadium: Gradski stadion|
|3 March 2017 2017 Istria Cup|| Bosnia and Herzegovina ||2–0||Umag, Croatia|
| Nikolić |
|Report||Stadium: Gradski stadion|
|6 March 2017 2017 Istria Cup|| Croatia ||0–0||Umag, Croatia|
|Stadium: Gradski stadion|
|8 March 2017 2017 Istria Cup|| Bosnia and Herzegovina ||0–2||Umag, Croatia|
|Stadium: Gradski stadion|
|21 October 2017 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Q|| Kazakhstan ||0–2||Astana, Kazakhstan|
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