List of players who have appeared in multiple UEFA Women's Championships

In the UEFA Women's Championship, the following female players have been named in the national team squad in at least five finals tournaments.

Tournaments

Team Player[n 1] In squad[n 2] Played[n 3] Tournaments
 Italy Carolina Morace 6 6 1984, 87, 89, 91, 93, 97
 Italy Antonella Carta 6 5 1984, 87, 89, 91, 93, 97
 Norway Heidi Støre 6 6 1987, 89, 91, 93, 95, 97
 Germany Doris Fitschen 6 6 1989, 91, 93, 95, 97, 2001
 Italy Feriana Ferraguzzi 5 5 1984, 87, 89, 91, 93
 Norway Agnete Carlsen 5 4 1989, 91, 93, 95, 97
 Norway Linda Medalen 5 5 1989, 91, 93, 95, 97
 Italy Federica D'Astolfo 5 5 1989, 91, 93, 97, 2001
 Norway Hege Riise 5 5 1991, 93, 95, 97, 2001
 Germany Bettina Wiegmann 5 5 1991, 93, 95, 97, 2001
 Germany Birgit Prinz 5 5 1995, 97, 2001, 05, 09
 Germany Nadine Angerer 5 3 1997, 2001, 05, 09, 13
 Italy Patrizia Panico 5 5 1997, 2001, 05, 09, 13
 Denmark Katrine Pedersen 5 5 1997, 2001, 05, 09, 13
 France Sandrine Soubeyrand 5 5 1997, 2001, 05, 09, 13
  1. ^ Name in bold indicates a player still active at club level.
  2. ^ Number of finals tournaments in which the player was part of the squad.
  3. ^ Number of finals tournaments in which the player played in at least one match.

Matches

The following players had caps in at least 15 matches, which requires a minimum of three Championship appearances.[1]

Team Player[o 1] Matches[o 2] Tournaments
 Germany Birgit Prinz 23 1995, 97, 2001, 05, 09
 Norway Solveig Gulbrandsen 20 2001, 05, 09, 13
 Italy Patrizia Panico 19 1997, 2001, 05, 09, 13
 Germany Doris Fitschen 17 1989, 91, 93, 95, 97, 2001
 Germany Ariane Hingst 17 1997, 2001, 05, 09
 Germany Anja Mittag 17 2005, 09, 13, 17
 Denmark Katrine Pedersen 17 1997, 2001, 05, 09, 13
 France Sandrine Soubeyrand 17 1997, 2001, 05, 09, 13
 Sweden Victoria Svensson 17 1997, 2001, 05, 09
 Germany Bettina Wiegmann 17 1991, 93, 95, 97, 2001
 Germany Steffi Jones 16 1993, 97, 2001, 05
 Germany Silke Rottenberg 16 1993, 97, 2001, 05
 Sweden Lotta Schelin 16 2005, 09, 13, 17
 Sweden Caroline Seger 16 2005, 09, 13, 17
 Norway Ingvild Stensland 16 2005, 09, 13
 Sweden Kristin Bengtsson 15 1995, 97, 2001, 05
 England Karen Carney 15 2005, 09, 13, 17
  1. ^ Name in bold indicates a player still active in international football.
  2. ^ Number of finals matches the player entered the field, not counting those as an unused substitute.

References

  1. ^ "Women EURO: All-time appearances". worldfootball.net.
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