(The White and Sky-Blues)
|Association||Argentine Football Association|
|Confederation||CONMEBOL (South America)|
|Head coach||Carlos Borrello|
|Current||32 2 (26 June 2020)|
|Highest||27 (June 2008)|
|Lowest||38 (October 2003)|
| Argentina 3–2 Chile |
(Santiago de Chile, Chile; 3 December 1993)
| Argentina 12–0 Bolivia |
(Minas Gerais, Brazil; 12 January 1995)
| Germany 11–0 Argentina |
(Shanghai, China; 10 September 2007)
|Appearances||3 (first in 2003)|
|Best result||Group stage (2003, 2007, 2019)|
|Sudamericano Femenino and|
Copa América Femenina
|Appearances||7 (first in 1995)|
|Best result||Champions (2006)|
Women's football in Argentina remains largely in the shadow of the men in terms of play development and fan support; in women's sports in Argentina, field hockey and volleyball are also more popular. Almost all its members were amateur players until 1991 when the Campeonato de Fútbol Femenino was founded to increase football popularity among women in Argentina.
The Argentina–Brazil football rivalry in women's football cannot be compared to that of men given the big differences between both countries, with Brazil having a competitive professional women's league. Nevertheless, Argentina follows Brazil in the CONMEBOL standings.
The team returned to play in the 2014 ODESUR South American Games, with new coach Luis Nicosia, losing 1–0 the opening match against Chile, winning against Bolivia 4–0 and advancing to the semi-finals, where they won in against their rivals Brazil in penalties after a 0–0 draw. At the final, they win the gold medal by a 2–1 victory against Chile, making Argentina women's team won another gold medal after many years.
Despite a lack of investment, Argentina still managed to qualify for their first two Women's World Cup in USA 2003 and China 2007, though they were eliminated in the Group Stage of both tournaments.
In 2016 the team "effectively" did not exist.
In 2018, Argentina finished third at the Copa América which qualified them for the CONCACAF–CONMEBOL play-off. Argentina defeated the fourth place finisher from the CONCACAF Championship Panama in a two-legged home-and-away play-off in November 2018 to qualify for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. The team managed a shocking 0–0 draw to Japan, former champions of 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup, gaining its first ever point in any Women's World Cup.
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The Argentina women's national football team played its first international match...
The following players were called up for a friendly match against Colombia on 9 November 2019.
The following players have been called up in the last 12 months.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Julieta Blanco||3 May 2000||Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP)||29–31 October 2019 trainings|
|GK||Melina Melipil||29 March 2001||River Plate||29–31 October 2019 trainings|
|DF||Giuliana González||18 June 2002||River Plate||29–31 October 2019 trainings|
|DF||Aldana Narváez||22 May 2001||Social Lux||29–31 October 2019 trainings|
|DF||Milagros Vargas (es)||6 July 2000||San Lorenzo||29–31 October 2019 trainings|
|DF||Virginia Gómez||26 February 1991||Rosario Central||v. Costa Rica, 2 September 2019|
|MF||Lorena Benítez||3 December 1998||Boca Juniors||v. Paraguay, 7 November 2019|
|MF||Maricel González||17 May 2001||UAI Urquiza||29–31 October 2019 trainings|
|MF||Rocío Vázquez||31 October 2001||San Lorenzo||29–31 October 2019 trainings|
|MF||Yamila Rodríguez||24 January 1998||Boca Juniors||v. Costa Rica, 2 September 2019|
|FW||Micaela Cabrera||18 July 1997||Boca Juniors||29–31 October 2019 trainings|
|FW||Rocío Correa||22 March 2000||San Lorenzo||29–31 October 2019 trainings|
|FW||Martina Del Trecco||28 October 2001||River Plate||29–31 October 2019 trainings|
Results and fixtures
The following is a list of recent match results, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled.
|7 November 2019 Friendly||Paraguay||1-2||Argentina||Luque, Paraguay|
||Stadium: General Adrián Jara|
|9 November 2019 Friendly||Argentina||1–0||Colombia||Ezeiza, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|15:10 UTC−3||Stadium: Predio Ezeiza|
Referee: Laura Fortunato
|12 November 2019 Friendly||Argentina||2–2||Colombia||Ezeiza, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
||Report||Stadium: Centro de Entrenamiento de Ezeiza|
Referee: Roberta Echeverria
|Trinidad and Tobago||2||1||1||0||4||2||+2|
Champions Runners-up Third place
World Cup record
|1991||Did not enter|
|1995||Did not qualify|
|2011||Did not qualify|
|2023||To be determined|
|FIFA Women's World Cup history|
|2003||Group stage||20 September||Japan||L 0–6||Columbus Crew Stadium, Columbus|
|24 September||Canada||L 0–3|
|27 September||Germany||L 1–6||RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.|
|2007||Group stage||10 September||Germany||L 0–11||Hongkou Stadium, Shanghai|
|14 September||Japan||L 0–1|
|17 September||England||L 1–6||Chengdu Sports Center, Chengdu|
|2019||Group stage||9 June||Japan||D 0–0||Parc des Princes, Paris|
|14 June||England||L 0–1||Stade Océane, Le Havre|
|19 June||Scotland||D 3–3||Parc des Princes, Paris|
Olympic Games record
|1996||Did not qualify|
|2012||Did not qualify|
Sudamericano Femenino record
|1991||Did not enter|
Copa América Femenina record
Pan American Games record
|1999||Did not qualify|
- "The FIFA/Coca-Cola Women's World Ranking". FIFA. 26 June 2020. Retrieved 26 June 2020.
- "Women's World Cup: How Argentina lost their team - and then fought back". 14 June 2019 – via www.bbc.co.uk.
- "La Selección Femenina venció 2-1 a Paraguay en Asunción" (in Spanish). AFA. 6 November 2019. Retrieved 8 November 2019.
| South American Champions
2006 (First title)