|Association||Latvijas Futbola federācija|
|Current||101 4 (25 June 2021)|
|Highest||61 (December 2004)|
|Lowest||107 (September 2015)|
| Sweden 9–0 Latvia |
Nynäshamn, 18 August 1993
| Latvia 6–0 Lebanon |
Cyprus, 13 March 2015
| Sweden 9–0 Latvia |
Nynäshamn, 18 August 1993
Iceland 9–0 Latvia
Reykjavik, 17 September 2020
The Latvia women's national football team (Latvian : Latvijas sieviešu futbola izlase) is governed by the Latvian Football Federation (LFF). It played its first international match in August 1993 against Sweden.
After participating in the UEFA Women's Euro 1995 qualifying, Latvia withdrew from all qualification until the qualification for the European Championships in 2009. Latvia's record in international qualification games is poor. In their competitive games, Latvia lost their first two games, against Israel and Bosnia and Herzegovina by three goals, before losing by one goal to Armenia. Mini-tournaments after the qualification disaster proved no better for Latvia. Finishing last, in December 2008, Latvia lost 0–3 to Croatia and 0–5 to Turkey. Latvia won its first official match on 5 March 2011 over Lithuania in the qualifying 2013 European Championship preliminary round with a lone goal by Jūlija Sokolova.However, Latvia lost the other two games against Luxembourg and Macedonia so it didn't go through.
The following is a list of match results in the last 12 months, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled.
Win Draw Lose Fixture
|12 August Friendly||Estonia||1–0||Latvia||Tallinn, Estonia|
|17:00 (UTC+3)||Report (EJL)||Stadium: A. Le Coq Arena |
Referee: Reelika Turi (Estonia)
|17 September UEFA Women's Euro 2021 qualifying||Iceland||9–0||Latvia||Reykjavík, Iceland|
|Report (UEFA)||Stadium: Laugardalsvöllur |
Referee: Désirée Grundbacher (Switzerland)
|22 September UEFA Women's Euro 2021 qualifying||Latvia||0–5||Hungary||Liepāja, Latvia|
|Report (UEFA)||Stadium: Daugava Stadium |
Referee: Lizzy van Der Helm (Netherlands
|22 October UEFA Women's Euro 2021 qualifying||Sweden||7–0||Latvia||Gothenburg, Sweden|
|Report (UEFA)||Stadium: Gamla Ullevi |
Referee: Maria Marotta (Italy)
|10 June 2021 2021 Baltic Women's Cup SF||Lithuania||5–0||Latvia||Jonava, Lithuania|
|18:00 UTC+3||Report (SW)||Stadium: Central Stadium of Jonava|
|Assistant coach||Tatjana Šaļimova|
|Assistant coach||Romāns Kvačovs|
|Goalkeeping coach||Jevgēnijs Belovs|
|Fitness coach||Artūrs Demidovs|
|Team doctor||Anna Antoščenko|
|Team manager||Ņina Travkina|
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The following players have been called up for the match against Estonia on 13 June 2021.
Caps and goals are correct as of 13 June 2021.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|12||GK||Asnāte Lindermane||25 April 2001||2||0||RFS|
|23||GK||Alīna Skļemenova||15 March 2004||0||0||SK Super Nova|
|4||DF||Elīza Spruntule||11 January 1993||49||2||ÍBV|
|6||DF||Arta Luīze Lubiņa||29 May 2004||2||0||FS Metta|
|10||DF||Anastasija Ročāne||7 June 1992||50||1||Gintra|
|18||DF||Anna Valaka||14 November 1999||7||0||RFS|
|20||DF||Alise Gaiķe||6 February 2001||3||0||SK Super Nova|
|22||DF||Sofija Gergeležiu||31 August 2003||2||0||RFS|
|5||MF||Kristīne Giržda||7 January 1993||44||1||SK Super Nova|
|14||MF||Olga Ševcova||26 November 1992||36||6||ÍBV|
|16||MF||Signija Šenberga||13 March 2003||3||0||Liepājas FS|
|17||MF||Tatjana Baļičeva||6 April 1998||17||0||RFS|
|19||MF||Karlīna Miksone (captain)||21 March 2000||39||8||Gintra|
|7||FW||Ieva Krasnova||7 May 2001||4||0||RFS|
|8||FW||Viktorija Zaičikova||4 August 2000||27||2||ÍBV|
|9||FW||Anastasija Čemirtāne||17 October 1999||17||0||RFS|
|11||FW||Renāte Fedotova||12 December 1996||35||13||FC Wacker Innsbruck|
|13||FW||Sandra Voitāne||16 September 1999||39||12||Unattached|
|15||FW||Lana Osiņina||5 October 2002||2||0||ÍBV|
The following players have been called up to the Latvia squad in the past 12 months.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Sofija Ņesterova||6 August 2001||5||0||RFS||v. Slovakia, 27 October 2020|
|GK||Laura Siņutkina||13 February 2003||1||0||FS Metta||v. Slovakia, 27 October 2020|
|GK||Marta Lielause||12 February 1999||0||0||FS Metta||v. Slovakia, 27 October 2020|
|GK||Enija Anna Vaivode||28 December 1993||5||0||FK Auda||v. Hungary, 22 September 2020|
|GK||Sintija Redzoba||19 September 2000||0||0||SK Super Nova||v. Iceland, 17 September 2020|
|DF||Liāna Rožaščonoka||1 November 2002||1||0||RFS||v. Lithuania, 10 June 2021|
|DF||Anna Propošina||28 November 1990||36||0||Liepājas FS||v. Slovakia, 27 October 2020|
|DF||Dana Ņikitina||25 March 1999||3||0||RFS||v. Slovakia, 27 October 2020|
|DF||Ksenija Nagle||19 May 2003||1||0||RFS||v. Slovakia, 27 October 2020|
|DF||Laura Sondore||29 December 1999||14||0||Torres||v. Sweden, 22 October 2020|
|MF||Anna Krūmiņa||31 January 1999||27||0||RFS||v. Lithuania, 10 June 2021|
|MF||Ligita Tumāne||1 May 1996||15||0||Torres||v. Slovakia, 27 October 2020|
|MF||Paula Liniņa||6 May 2001||9||0||FS Metta||v. Slovakia, 27 October 2020|
|MF||Selga Vitmore||10 March 2002||0||0||FK Priekuli||v. Slovakia, 27 October 2020|
|MF||Linda Kazlauska||20 January 2000||1||0||FK Iecava||v. Estonia, 12 August 2020|
|FIFA Women's World Cup record|
|1991||Did Not Enter||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|1995||Did Not Enter||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|1999||Did Not Enter||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2003||Did Not Enter||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2007||Did Not Enter||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2011||Did Not Enter||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2015||Did Not Qualify||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2019||Did Not Qualify||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2023||To Be Determined||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
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