International competitions in women's association football

This article lists all international competitions in women's football (soccer). The competitions included are for national teams as well as club sides. Competitions past and present are included. Note that some competitions may not be directly run by the governing body for the region.

For domestic competitions see the article Women's football around the world.

Geographic Area Governing Body National team competitions National youth team competitions Regional/Domestic club competitions
Global FIFA FIFA Women's World Cup
Olympic Women's Football
FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup
FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup
FIFA Women's Club World Cup
Algarve Cup
Cyprus Cup
SheBelieves Cup
Istria Cup
Four Nations Tournament Tournament of Nations
Universiade Women's Football International Women's Club Championship
Europe UEFA UEFA Women's Championship UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship
UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship
UEFA Women's Champions League
South America CONMEBOL Copa América Femenina
Pan American Games
South American Under-20 Women's Football Championship
South American Under-17 Women's Football Championship
Copa Libertadores Femenina
Central & North America, & Caribbean CONCACAF CONCACAF Women's Championship
Pan American Games
CONCACAF Women's U-20 Championship
CONCACAF Women's U-17 Championship
Asia AFC AFC Women's Asian Cup
Asian Games Women's Football Tournament
AFC U-19 Women's Championship
AFC U-16 Women's Championship
Southeast Asian Games Women's Football Tournament
Africa CAF Africa Women Cup of Nations African U-20 Cup of Nations for Women
African U-17 Cup of Nations for Women
Oceania OFC OFC Women's Nations Cup OFC U-20 Women's Championship
OFC U-17 Women's Championship

See also

FA Women's National League South

The FA Women's National League South is a league in the third level in the women's football pyramid in England, along with the Northern division. These two divisions are part of the FA Women's National League and below the FA Women's Super League and FA Women's Championship.

The league is played on a home and away basis, with each team playing each other twice, and points being awarded in the standard football format. The bottom two clubs are relegated, also on a geographical basis, to the Division One South West, and Division One South East.

Southern Championship teams are eligible to play in the Women's National League Cup as well as the FA Women's Cup.

List of women's association football clubs in England

All women's leagues in England are part of a pyramid structure with the FA WSL being the pinnacle. Leagues become gradually more regional the further down the pyramid you go.

The Women's football in England pyramid has 10 levels upon it.

List of women's association football clubs in Lebanon

In Lebanon, there is only one women's football league: the Lebanese Women's Football League. Thus, there are no promotions or relegation to date.

List of women's national association football teams

This is a complete list of national teams in women's association football, arranged alphabetically within their confederations.

Lists of women

This is an index of lists about women.

Women's FA Cup

The Women's FA Cup (or SSE Women's FA Cup for sponsorship reasons) is the top cup competition for women's football clubs in England – designed as an equivalent to the FA Cup.

The competition began in 1970–71 as the Mitre Challenge Trophy, organised by the Women's Football Association (WFA). There were 71 entrants, including teams from Scotland and Wales.Since the Football Association (FA) began administrating English women's football in 1993, the teams affiliated with FA Premier League and Football League counterparts have dominated the re–branded competition. Arsenal currently holds the record for most titles, having won fourteen times.

The Women's FA Cup trophy was one of the first prestigious trophies to be made in the Thomas Lyte silver workshop.The current cup holders are Manchester City. They defeated West Ham United 3–0 in the final at Wembley Stadium on 4 May 2019.

North America,
Central America
and the Caribbean
South America


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