List of women's association football clubs

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This is a partial list of women's association football club teams from all over the world sorted by the confederation they reside in. Only teams playing at the highest level in each country are shown; for clubs playing at lower divisions, see the separate articles.

Club (organization) association of people united by a common interest or goal

A club is an association of two or more people united by a common interest or goal. A service club, for example, exists for voluntary or charitable activities. There are clubs devoted to hobbies and sports, social activities clubs, political and religious clubs, and so forth.

Football team Group of football players

A football team is a group of players selected to play together in the various team sports known as football. Such teams could be selected to play in a match against an opposing team, to represent a football club, group, state or nation, an all-star team or even selected as a hypothetical team and never play an actual match.

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Some clubs do not play in the league of the country in which they are located, but in a neighboring country's league. Where this is the case the club is noted as such.

AFC - Asia

Australia

Main League: W-League [1]

China

Main League: Chinese Women's Super League

Beijing BG Phoenix F.C. is a Chinese professional football club located in Beijing. They compete in the Chinese Women's Super League, and their home stadium is Xiannongtan Stadium.

Dalian Quanjian F.C. Chinese women association football club

Dalian Quanjian F.C. trading as Quanjian Women F.C. is a professional Chinese football club located in Dalian, Liaoning. They are currently competing in Chinese Women's Super League, and their home stadium is Dalian Sports Center.

Henan Huishang Female Football Club is a Chinese women's football club that currently participating in the Chinese Women's Super League. The team is based in Luoyang, Henan.

India

Main League: Indian women's football league

Iran

Main League: Kowsar Women Football League

Iraq

Main League: Iraqi Women's Premier League

Hong Kong

Japan

Main League: Nadeshiko League [2]

INAC Kobe Leonessa is a Japanese football club from Kobe, founded in 2001. INAC stands for International Athletic Club while Leonessa means Lioness in Italian.

AC Nagano Parceiro Ladies (AC長野パルセイロレディース) is a women's football club based in Nagano and affiliated with AC Nagano Parceiro. The team currently plays in the Nadeshiko League 1, the highest division of women's football in Japan.

Nojima Stella Kanagawa Sagamihara (ノジマステラ神奈川相模原) is a women's football club who play in the Nadeshiko League Division 1. Its hometown is the city of Sagamihara, Kanagawa.

Korea Republic

Main League: WK League

Boeun Sangmu WFC

Boeun Sangmu Women's Football Club is a South Korean women's football team based in Boeun County, North Chungcheong Province. Sangmu means martialism and is the sports division of the Military of South Korea. The team was founded in 2007 and it competes in the WK League, the top division of women's football in South Korea. Sangmu are not allowed to sign any foreign players because of their military status.

Changnyeong Women's Football Club is a South Korean women's football team based in Bugok, Changnyeong County. The team joined the WK League, the top division of women's football in South Korea, in 2018. They play their home games at Changnyeong Sports Park.

Gumi Sportstoto WFC

Gumi Sportstoto Women's Football Club is a South Korean women's football team based in Gumi, North Gyeongsang. The club competes in the WK League, the top division of women's football in South Korea, and currently plays its home games at the Gumi Civic Stadium. It was founded as Chungbuk Sportsoto on 16 March 2011, but moved to Daejeon ahead of the 2014 season, changing its name to Daejeon Sportstoto. The club relocated again to Gumi on 29 January 2016.

Lebanon

Main League: Lebanese Women's Football League [3]

Zouk Mosbeh Girls FC womens association football club from Lebanon

Zouk Mosbeh Girls Football Club is a Lebanese women's association football club based in Zouk Mosbeh. Founded in 2017, they compete in the Lebanese Women's Football League. They have won one league title and one FA Cup, both in the 2017–18 season.

Thailand

Main League: Thai Women's Premier League

Vietnam

CAF - Africa

Algeria

Main League: Algerian Championship

Egypt

Main League: Egyptian League

Ethiopia

Tiret Female Football Club

Addis Ababa Female Football Club

Kenya

Main League: Kenyan Premier League

Morocco

Main League: Botola

Nigeria

Main League: Nigerian Championship

Tunisia

Main League: Tunisian Ligue

CONCACAF - North and Central America

Mexico

Main League: Liga MX Femenil

United States

Main League: National Women's Soccer League

CONMEBOL - South America

Argentina

Main League: Campeonato de Futbol Femenino

Brazil

Main League: Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino

Uruguay

Main League: Campeonato Uruguayo Femenino

UEFA - Europe

Austria

Main League: ÖFB-Frauenliga

Albania

Main League: Albanian Women's National Championship

Belarus

Main League: Premier League

Belgium

Main League: Super League

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Main League: Bosnia and Herzegovina Women's Premier League

Czech Republic

Main League: Czech First Division (Women)

Croatia

Main League: Croatian Women's First Football League

Cyprus

Main League: Cypriot First Division

Denmark

Main League: Elitedivisionen

England

Main League: FA WSL 1

Second Division : FA Women's Championship

Estonia

Faroe Islands

Main League: 1. deild kvinnur

France

Main League: Division 1 Féminine

Finland

Main League: Naisten Liiga

Germany

Main League: Frauen-Bundesliga

Greece

Main League: Greek A Division

Hungary

Main League: First Division

Italy

Main League: Serie A

Iceland

Main League: Urvalsdeild

Malta

Main League: Maltese First Division (Women)

Netherlands

Main League: Eredivisie (women)

Norway

Main League: Toppserien

Northern Ireland

Main League: Women's Premiership

Portugal

Main League: Campeonato Nacional de Futebol Feminino

Poland

Main League: Ekstraliga Kobiet

Russia

Main League: Russian Championship

Republic of Ireland

TeamHome town/suburbStadium
Cork City W.F.C. Cork Bishopstown Stadium
Galway W.F.C. Galway Eamonn Deacy Park
Kilkenny United W.F.C. Kilkenny Buckley Park
Limerick W.F.C. Limerick Markets Field
Peamount United Newcastle, South Dublin Greenogue
Shelbourne Ladies Santry Morton Stadium
DLR Waves Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown Jackson Park
Wexford Youths Crossabeg Ferrycarrig Park

Scotland

Main League: SWPL 1

Second Division : SWPL 2

Spain

Main League: Primera División (women)

Sweden

Main League: Damallsvenskan

Switzerland

Main League: Nationalliga A

Turkey

Main League: Turkish Women's First Football League

Wales

Main League: Welsh Premier Women's Football League

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