|Full name||Marlyse Bernadette Ngo Ndoumbouk|
|Date of birth||3 January 1985|
|Place of birth||Yaoundé, Cameroon |
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10 in) |
|Position(s)||Forward,  midfielder |
|1995–1999||Louves MINCOF Yaoundé|
|2000–2006||Louves MINCOF Yaoundé||89||(30)|
| *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 04 August 2019 (UTC)|
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 17 May 2019
Marlyse Bernadette Ngo Ndoumbouk (born 3 January 1985) is a Cameroonian footballer who plays as a forward for French club Lille and as a midfielder for the Cameroon women's national team. 
Ngo Ndoumbouk played for the senior team of Cameroon at several Africa Women Cup of Nations editions (2006, 2008, 2010, 2018). 
Scores and results list Cameroon's goal tally first
|1||11 July 2004||Stade Alphonse Massemba-Débat, Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo||Congo||2–0||2–0||2004 African Women's Championship qualification|
|2||22 July 2006||Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium, Yaoundé, Cameroon||Kenya||4–0||4–0||2006 African Women's Championship qualification|
|3||4 November 2006||Warri Township Stadium, Warri, Nigeria||Mali||2–0||2–0||2006 African Women's Championship|
|4||18 November 2008||Estadio de Malabo, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea||2–1||2–1||2008 African Women's Championship|
|5||5 November 2010||Sinaba Stadium, Daveyton, South Africa||Ghana||2010 African Women's Championship|
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