|Sub-confederation||AFF (Southeast Asia)|
|Head coach||Miyo Okamoto|
|Most caps||Waraporn Boonsing (142)|
|Top scorer||Pitsamai Sornsai (75)|
|Current||39 (20 August 2021)|
|Highest||28 (July 2011, June 2018)|
|Lowest||42 (September 2006)|
| Thailand 3–2 Australia |
(Hong Kong; 25 August 1975)
| Thailand 14–1 Laos |
(Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; 22 September 2012)
| North Korea 15–0 Thailand |
(Bangkok, Thailand; 12 December 1998)
|Appearances||2 (first in 2015 )|
|Best result||Group stage (2015, 2019)|
|Appearances||16 (first in 1975)|
|Best result||Champions (1983)|
The Thailand women's national football team (Thai : ฟุตบอลหญิงทีมชาติไทย, RTGS: futbon ying thim chat thai), represents Thailand in women's association football and is run by the Football Association of Thailand (FA Thailand). Its highest ranking in the FIFA Women's World Rankings is 28th, achieved in July 2011 and June 2018.
Thailand women's national football team was qualified to the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup by beating Vietnam in fifth place play-off of 2014 AFC Women's Asian Cup and end the tournament with fifth place.
In spite of less investment than the men's team, the Thai women's team clinched fifth place in 2014 AFC Women's Asian Cup held in Vietnam which qualified them for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, Thailand's first ever participation in a FIFA World Cup (men's or women's). Due to Thailand's successful campaign in the AFC Women's Asian Cup, the Football Association of Thailand announced that they will give more investments in order to build Thailand's first Golden Generation.In 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Thailand was drawn into group B together with host Germany, Norway and Ivory Coast. Thailand won three points in the group stage after beating Ivory Coast 3–2, with two goals from Orathai Srimanee and one goal from Thanatta Chawong Thailand finished third in the group.
In 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Thailand was drawn into group F together with United States, Sweden and Chile. Thailand lost the opening game 13–0 to the United States. This was the biggest ever World Cup defeat (Men's or Women's).They lost the second game 5–1 to Sweden and lost to Chile 2–0 in the last game.
The Thailand women's national football team has been known or nicknamed as "ชบาแก้ว (Chaba Kaew)".
Best Mover Worst Ranking Worst MoverBest Ranking
|Thailand's FIFA world rankings|
The following is a list of match results in the last 12 months, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled.
Win Draw Lose Fixture
|19 September 2021 2022 AFC Women's Asian Cup qualification Group H||Malaysia||0–4||Thailand||Al-Ram, Palestine|
|15:30 UTC+3||Stadium: Faisal Al-Husseini International Stadium|
|Miyo Okamoto||Head Coach|
|Todoroki Natsuko||Goalkeeping Coach|
|Naomi Iguchi||Fitness Coach|
|Chana Yodprang||Thailand||1956–1964||1999 AFC Women's Championship – Group stage|
|Charnwit Polcheewin||Thailand||2001|| 2001 AFC Women's Championship – Group stage|
2001 Southeast Asian Games – Silver medal
|Niya Boonprasit||Thailand||2003|| 2003 AFC Women's Championship – Group stage|
2003 Southeast Asian Games – Silver medal
|Supon Yapapa||Thailand||2005–2008|| 2005 Southeast Asian Games – Bronze medal|
2006 AFC Women's Asian Cup – Group stage
2006 AFF Women's Championship – Third place
2007 AFF Women's Championship – Runner-up
2007 Southeast Asian Games – Gold medal
2008 AFC Women's Asian Cup – Group stage
2008 AFF Women's Championship – Third place
|Freddy Marrinho||Brazil||2009||2009 Southeast Asian Games – Silver medal|
|Jatuporn Pramualban||Thailand||2010||2010 AFC Women's Asian Cup – Group stage|
|Piyakul Kaewnamkang||Thailand||2011–2012|| 2011 AFF Women's Championship – Winners|
2012 AFF Women's Championship – Third place
|Jatuporn Pramualban||Thailand||2013–2014|| 2013 AFF Women's Championship – Group stage|
2013 Southeast Asian Games – Gold medal
|Nuengrutai Srathongvian||Thailand||2014–2015|| 2014 AFC Women's Asian Cup – Fifth place|
2014 Asian Games – Quarter-finals
2015 AFF Women's Championship – Winners
2015 FIFA Women's World Cup – Group stage
|Spencer Prior||England||2016–2017|| 2016 AFF Women's Championship – Winners|
2017 Southeast Asian Games – Silver medal
|Nuengrutai Srathongvian||Thailand||2017–2019|| 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup – Fourth place |
2018 AFF Women's Championship – Winners
2019 FIFA Women's World Cup – Group stage
|Naruphol Kaenson||Thailand||2019–2021|| 2019 AFF Women's Championship – Runner-up|
2019 Southeast Asian Games – Silver medal
The following 23 players are called up for the squad for the 2022 AFC Women's Asian Cup qualification – Group H matches against Malaysia on 19 September 2021 and against Palestine on 25 September 2021.
Caps and goals accurate up to and including 9 April 2021.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Waraporn Boonsing||16 February 1990||140||0||BG Bundit Asia|
|GK||Yada Sengyong||10 September 1993||0||0||Nakhon Si FC Club|
|DF||Phonphirun Philawan||8 April 1999||3||0||BG Bundit Asia|
|DF||Warunee Phetwiset||13 December 1990||44||0||Bangkok club|
|DF||Sunisa Srangthaisong||6 May 1988||88||4||Dhurakij Pundit|
|DF||Irravadee Makris||20 January 1992||3||1|
|MF||Pikul Khueanpet||20 September 1988||106||2||BG Bundit Asia|
|MF||Orapin Waenngoen||7 October 1995||0||0||BG Bundit Asia|
|MF||Silawan Intamee||22 January 1994||65||9||Chonburi|
|MF||Nutwadee Pram-nak||9 October 2000||3||0||University of Carolina Club|
|MF||Nipawan Panyosuk||15 March 1995||Chonburi|
|MF||Chatchawan Rodthong||Bangkok Club|
|MF||Ploychompoo Somnonk||26 December 2002||2||0||BG-Bachelor of Asia Club|
|MF||Pitsamai Sornsai||19 January 1989||Taichung Blue Whale|
|FW||Kanyanat Chetthabutr||24 September 1999||6||4||BG-Blessing Club of Asia|
|FW||Saowalak Pengngam||30 November 1996||21||6||Chonburi|
|FW||Taneekarn Dangda||15 December 1992||71||19||Bangkok Club|
The following players have been called up to the squad in the past 12 months.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Nattaruja Muthanavej||21 August 1996||0||0||BG Bundit Asia||2022 Asian Championship qualifying round (training)|
|GK||Salita Sutthiboon||10 January 1997||0||0||Royal Thai Air Force Club||2022 Asian Championship qualifying round (training)|
|GK||Tiffany Sornpao||22 May 1998||2||0||Keflavík||2020 AFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|DF||Thipkritta Onsamai||BG-Bachelor of Asia Club||2022 Asian Championship qualifying round (training)|
|DF||Panittha Jiratanaphawibul||0||0||Bangkok club||2022 Asian Championship qualifying round (training)|
|DF||Khwanrudi Saengchan||10 September 1993||50||2||BG Bundit Asia||2022 Asian Championship qualifying round (training)|
|DF||Natthakarn Chinwong||15 March 1992||22||1||BG–College of Asian Scholars||2020 AFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|DF||Ainon Phancha||27 January 1992||16||4||Chonburi||2020 AFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|MF||Jiraporn Mongkoldee||13 August 1998||2||0||2020 AFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|MF||Kanjana Sung-Ngoen||21 September 1986||58||17||Chonburi||2020 AFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|FW||Uraiporn Yongkul||BG-Bachelor of Asia Club||2022 Asian Championship qualifying round (training)|
|FW||Alisa Rukpinij||2 February 1995||Chonburi||2022 Asian Championship qualifying round (training)|
|FW||Jaruwan Chairak||Chonburi||2022 Asian Championship qualifying round (training)|
|FW||Kanchana Sangngern||Bangkok Club||2022 Asian Championship qualifying round (training)|
Denotes draws including knockout matches decided on penalty kicks.
Runners-up Third place Fourth placeChampions
|FIFA Women's World Cup record|
|1991||China||Did not qualify|
|1995||Sweden||Did not enter|
|2003||United States||Did not qualify|
|2007||China||Did not qualify|
|2011||Germany||Did not qualify|
|2023||Australia New Zealand||To be determined|
|FIFA Women's World Cup History|
|2015||Group stage||Norway||0–4||Loss||Ottawa, Canada|
|2019||Group stage||United States||0–13||Loss||Reims, France|
|Summer Olympics record|
|1996||United States||Did not qualify|
|2000||Australia||Did not qualify|
|2004||Greece||Final round qualification|
|2008||China||Final round qualification|
|2012||Great Britain||Final round qualification|
|2016||Brazil||Second round qualification|
|2020||Japan||Third round qualification|
|AFC Women's Asian Cup record|
|1977||Republic of China||Runners-up||2nd||4||3||0||1||9||2|
|1979||India||Did not enter|
|1986||Hong Kong||Third place||3rd||5||4||0||1||15||5|
|1989||Hong Kong||Group stage||7th||3||0||0||3||1||12|
|1993||Malaysia||Did not enter|
|1997||China||Did not enter|
|2001||Chinese Taipei||Group stage||8th||4||2||0||2||5||9|
|2022||India||To be determined|
|Asian Games record|
|1990||China||Did not enter|
|1994||Japan||Did not enter|
|2002||South Korea||Did not enter|
|AFF Women's Championship record|
|2004||Did not enter|
|Southeast Asian Games record|
|Cyprus Women's Cup record|
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