|Association||Romanian Football Federation|
|Head coach||Mirel Albon|
|Current|| 42 |
|Highest||31 (May 2006)|
|Lowest||43 (September 2018)|
(Romania; September 10, 1990)
(Turkey; February 27, 2019)
(Iceland; September 30, 2000)
(Sweden; October 15, 1995)
(Denmark; October 10, 1995)
The Romania women's national football team represents Romania in international women's football. Their most recent competition is qualification for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. Despite not gaining as much success as the men's, the women's team has been improving greatly, and almost qualified for UEFA Women's Euro and FIFA Women's World Cup. The rise of women's team is the chance for Romania to become the first Balkan nation to play on an international competitions, and become the first nation to have both men and women's teams participating in both tournaments. The only rival for them in the Balkans, is Serbia, as Serbian women's team had almost qualified for a major tournament recently.
Romania is a country located at the crossroads of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. It borders the Black Sea to the southeast, Bulgaria to the south, Ukraine to the north, Hungary to the west, Serbia to the southwest, and Moldova to the east. It has a predominantly temperate-continental climate. With a total area of 238,397 square kilometres (92,046 sq mi), Romania is the 12th largest country and also the 7th most populous member state of the European Union, having almost 20 million inhabitants. Its capital and largest city is Bucharest, and other major urban areas include Cluj-Napoca, Timișoara, Iași, Constanța, Craiova, and Brașov.
The qualification for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup determined which 23 teams joined Canada, the hosts of the 2015 tournament, to play for the Women's World Cup.
The Romania national football team represents Romania in international men's football competition, and is administered by the Romanian Football Federation. They are colloquially known as Tricolorii.
|Did not enter||via 1991 UEFA Women's Championship|
|Did not qualify||via 1995 UEFA Women's Championship|
|Group 8 / Playoff B||1st/lost||10||5||3||2||32||12|
|Ed.||Year||Round||Position in Group||MP||W||D||L||GF||GA||Qualifying Round||Position in Group||MP||W||D||L||GF||GA|
|1||Did Not Enter||Did Not Enter|
|2||Did Not Enter||Did Not Enter|
|3||Did Not Enter||Did Not Enter|
|4||Did Not Enter||Did Not Enter|
|5||Did Not Qualify||Group 3||2nd||4||1||3||0||2||1|
|6||Did Not Qualify||Group 2||2nd||6||3||2||1||16||5|
|7||Did Not Qualify||Group 4/Playoff AB||4th/lost||8||1||1||6||7||35|
|8||Did Not Qualify||Group 7/Playoff AB||1st/lost||10||7||2||1||36||15|
|9||Did Not Qualify||Group 5||2nd||8||5||3||0||29||5|
|10||Did Not Qualify||Group A4/Group 2||1st/4th||11||4||1||6||18||29|
|11||Did Not Qualify||Group 2||3rd||10||5||1||4||20||20|
|12||Did Not Qualify||Group 3/ Playoff||2nd/lost||10||5||3||2||18||9|
|13||To Be Determined||To Be Determined|
The following squad was announced for the Four Nations Tournament in January 2019.
The 2019 Four Nations Tournament was the 18th edition of the Four Nations Tournament, an invitational women's football tournament held annually in China. The tournament used single-elimination instead of single round-robin system for the first time.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Andreea Părăluță||27 November 1994|
|12||GK||Linda Kajtár||11 February 1997|
|2||DF||Olivia Oprea||19 March 1987|
|3||DF||Melinda Nagy||4 February 2000|
|5||DF||Teodora Meluță||3 August 1999|
|6||DF||Brigitta Gődér||6 May 1992|
|16||DF||Bianca Sandu||22 April 1992|
|4||MF||Claudia Pană||23 January 2002|
|8||MF||Ștefania Vătafu||12 July 1993|
|11||MF||Florentina Olar-Spânu (Captain)||6 August 1985|
|13||MF||Erika Geréd||28 April 1999|
|14||MF||Andrea Herczeg||13 September 1994|
|15||MF||Claudia Bistrian||31 August 1996|
|17||MF||Maria Neacșu||27 September 1999|
|18||MF||Beatrice Tărășilă||21 May 1997|
|19||MF||Mihaela Ciolacu||12 August 1998|
|20||MF||Cristina Carp||28 July 1997|
|9||FW||Mara Bâtea||12 April 1995|
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