|Association|| Fédération Camerounaise|
|Sub-confederation|| UNIFFAC |
|Head coach||Ngachu Enow|
|Most caps||Francoise Bella (56)|
|Top scorer||Madeleine Ngono Mani (26)|
|Home stadium||Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo|
|Current|| 46 |
|Highest||43 (July 2015)|
|Lowest||89 (March 2007)|
(Lagos, Nigeria; June 15, 1991)
(Vancouver, Canada; June 8, 2015)
(Kaduna, Nigeria; October 27, 1998)
|Appearances||2 (first in 2015 )|
|Best result||Round of 16 (2015)|
|Africa Women Cup of Nations|
|Appearances||12 (first in 1991 )|
|Best result||Runners-up (1991, 2004, 2014, 2016)|
The Cameroon national women's football team, is the national team of Cameroon and is controlled by the Cameroon Football Association. They finished second in the 1991, 2004, 2014, and 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations, participated in the 2012 Olympic Games and have competed in their first ever FIFA Women's World Cup in 2015.
Cameroon, officially the Republic of Cameroon, is a country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Nigeria to the west and north; Chad to the northeast; the Central African Republic to the east; and Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and the Republic of the Congo to the south. Cameroon's coastline lies on the Bight of Biafra, part of the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean. Although Cameroon is not an ECOWAS member state, it geographically and historically is in West Africa with the Southern Cameroons which now form her Northwest and Southwest Regions having a strong West African history. The country is sometimes identified as West African and other times as Central African due to its strategic position at the crossroads between West and Central Africa.
The Cameroonian Football Federation is the governing body of football in Cameroon. It is known as FECAFOOT. The acting President of FECAFOOT is Seydou Mbombouo Njoya elected in December 2018
The 1991 Women's African Football Championship was the first staging of the CAF Women's Championship, the women's football championship in Africa (CAF). It determined the CAF's single qualifier for the FIFA Women's World Cup 1991. Nigeria won the tournament, defeating Cameroon in the final.
|Did Not Qualify|
|Withdrew in Qualification|
|Did Not Qualify|
|Round of 16||11th||4||2||0||2||9||4|
For 2012 Cameroon qualified for the first time to the Olympics.
|Withdrew in Qualification|
|Did Not Qualify|
|Did Not Qualify|
|To Be Determined|
|Africa Women Cup of Nations|
|1995||Withdrew In Quarterfinals|
|Football at the African Games|
Squad for the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations.
The 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations, officially known as the Total Women's Africa Cup Of Nations, Ghana 2018, was the 11th edition of the Africa Women Cup of Nations, the biennial international football championship organised by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) for the women's national teams of Africa. The tournament was held in Ghana, from 17 November to 1 December 2018.
Head coach: Joseph Ndoko
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Club|
|1||GK||Annette Ngo Ndom||2 June 1985|
|16||GK||Diane Ndeme||9 June 1990|
|21||GK||Marthe Ongmahan||12 June 1992|
|2||DF||Christine Manie||4 May 1984|
|4||DF||Yvonne Leuko||20 November 1991|
|5||DF||Augustine Ejangue||19 January 1989|
|11||DF||Aurelle Awona||2 February 1993|
|12||DF||Claudine Meffometou||1 July 1990|
|6||MF||Francine Zouga||9 November 1987|
|8||MF||Raissa Feudjio||29 October 1995|
|10||MF||Jeannette Yango||12 June 1993|
|13||MF||Charlène Menene||19 November 1998|
|14||MF||Ninon Abena||5 September 1994|
|19||MF||Marlyse Ngo Ndoumbouk||3 January 1985|
|20||MF||Genevieve Ngo||10 March 1993|
|3||FW||Ajara Nchout||12 January 1993|
|7||FW||Gabrielle Onguéné||25 February 1989|
|9||FW||Madeleine Ngono Mani||16 October 1983|
|15||FW||Michaela Abam||12 June 1997|
|17||FW||Gaëlle Enganamouit||9 June 1992|
|18||FW||Henriette Akaba||7 June 1992|
|1991 African Championship||Quarterfinals||Walkover|
|1995 African Championship||Quarterfinals||Withdrew|
|1998 African Championship qualification||Walkover|
|3rd place||3–3 (PSO: 1–3)|
|2000 African Championship qualification||3–0 w/o|
|3 / 4|| Abbe, Anong, Anounga, Njolle |
|2002 African Championship qualification||Second round||0–0 4–0|
|2 / 4|| Anounga |
|2 / 4|| Bella, Mekongo |
|2004 African Championship qualification||Second round||0–0 2–0||Mbida, Ngo|
|2 / 4|| Mbida, Mete |
Mbida 2, Mekongo
|2006 African Championship qualification||Second round||4–0 5–0|
|2 / 4|| Ngono |
|3rd place||2–2 (PSO: 4–5)|
|2007 African Games qualification||Withdrew|
|2008 African Championship qualification||Second round||3–0 2–1|
|2 / 4|
|3rd place||1–1 (PSO: 3–4)|| Onguene — |
|2010 African Championship qualification||Second round||2–0 3–0||Ngono 2, Bella, Enganamouit, Onguene|
|2 / 4|| Manie, Ngono |
|1 / 3|| Zouga |
Beyene, Iven, Manie
|2012 Summer Olympics qualification||Second round||5–0 1–0||Bella, Manie, Nkout, Onguene, Zouga, ?|
|Third round||0–0 0–2 1|
|Fourth round||1–2 2–1 (PSO: 4–3)||Manie, Zouga + 1 o.g.|
|4 / 4|
|2012 African Championship qualification||Second round||1–1 1–1 (PSO: 10–9)||Iven, Manie|
|2 / 4|| Manie |
Iven 2, Onguene, Zouga
|2014 African Women's Championship qualification||Second round||1–1 2–1||Sylla, Zouga|
|} 1 Equatorial Guinea was disqualified from the competition for fielding an ineligible player, so Cameroon advanced to the final qualifying round instead.
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