List of women's national association football teams

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This is a complete list of national teams in women's association football, arranged alphabetically within their confederations.

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AFC (Asia)

* Not a FIFA member.

Flag of Brunei.svg Brunei, Flag of Oman.svg Oman, Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Saudi Arabia, and Flag of Yemen.svg  Yemen have no national teams despite being AFC and FIFA members.

CAF (Africa)

* Not a FIFA member.

Flag of Somalia.svg  Somalia have no national team despite being CAF and FIFA members.

CONCACAF (North and Central America and Caribbean)

* Not a FIFA member.

Flag of Bonaire.svg Bonaire, Flag of France.svg French Guiana, Flag of Montserrat.svg Montserrat, Flag of France.svg Saint Martin, and Flag of Sint Maarten.svg Sint Maarten have no national teams despite being CONCACAF members.

CONMEBOL (South America)

OFC (Oceania)

* Not a FIFA member.

Flag of Niue.svg Niue and Flag of Tuvalu.svg  Tuvalu have no national teams despite being OFC members.

UEFA (Europe)

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