The NCAA Women's Soccer Championship refers to one of three championships in women's soccer contested by the NCAA since 1981:
The NCAA began conducting a single division Women's Soccer Championship tournament in 1982 with a 12-team tournament. The tournament became the Division I Championship in 1986, when Division III was created for non-scholarship programs. Division II was added in 1988. Currently, the tournament fields consists of 64 teams in Divisions I and III and 48 teams in Division II. Early rounds are played at campus sites, while each division's semifinals and finals, known as the Women's College Cup (analogous to the College Cup in men's soccer). are played at a single location.