|Association||Hong Kong Football Association|
|Sub-confederation||EAFF (East Asia)|
|Head coach||Ricardo Rambo|
|Current||71 3 (18 December 2020)|
|Highest||58 (June 2009)|
|Lowest||127 (March 2011)|
| Hong Kong 0–2 New Zealand |
(Hong Kong; 25 August 1975)
| Hong Kong 5–0 Philippines |
(Kuching, Malaysia; 4 December 1993)
Hong Kong 6–1 Tajikistan
(Palembang, Indonesia; 22 August 2018)
| North Korea 19–0 Hong Kong |
(Pyongyang, North Korea; 12 August 2007)
|Women's Asian Cup|
|Appearances||14 (first in 1975 )|
|Best result||4th (1979, 1981, 1989)|
The Hong Kong women's national football team is the female representative football team for Hong Kong.
Win Draw Lose Fixture
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|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Ng Cheuk Wai||19 March 1997||Happy Valley|
|GK||Ng Yuen Ki||20 December 1997||Chelsea SS (HK)|
|DF||Sin Chung Yee||8 August 1992||Happy Valley|
|DF||Ma Chak Shun||2 March 1996||Happy Valley|
|DF||Wong So Han||26 November 1991||Happy Valley|
|DF||Wu Choi Yiu||Chelsea SS (HK)|
|DF||Wong Hei Tun||Chelsea SS (HK)|
|DF||Hui Yee Sum||Citizen|
|DF||Ho Wan Tung||29 May 1996||Kitchee|
|DF||Tsang Pak Tung||Tai Po|
|MF||Wai Yuen Ting||15 October 1992||Citizen|
|MF||Chan Wing Lam||Chelsea SS (HK)|
|MF||Chan Wing Sze (captain)||11 September 1983||Shatin|
|FW||Cheung Wai Ki||22 November 1990||Citizen|
|FW||Heidi Yuen||22 August 1992||Citizen|
|FW||So Hoi Lam||Happy Valley|
|FW||Halasan Tsang||Happy Valley|
|FW||Cheung Tsz Ching||Chelsea SS (HK)|
|FW||Woo Lok Ki||Shatin|
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|FIFA Women's World Cup record|
|1991||Did not qualify|
|1995||Did not enter|
|1999||Did not qualify|
|2023||To be determined|
|Summer Olympics record|
|1996||Did not enter|
|2000||Did not qualify|
|AFC Women's Asian Cup record|
|2006||Did not qualify|
|Asian Games record|
|1994||Did Not Enter|
|EAFF E-1 Football Championship record|
|Hosts / Year||Result||Pld||W||D*||L||GF||GA||GD|
|2005||Did not enter|
|2008||Did not qualify|
|2021||To be determined|
|Turkish Women's Cup record|
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