Luxembourg women's national football team were founded in 2003, and played their first international game in 2006. Luxembourg made their debut in the qualifying for the European Championships in 2009. Luxembourg were drawn in a group with Slovakia, Lithuania and Malta. Luxembourg finished in second place in the group. Luxembourg failed to qualify for the World Cup in Germany. They have been managed by Samy Smaili since 6 July 2017.
|Association||Fédération Luxembourgeoise de Football|
|Head coach||Samy Smaili|
|Current||113 (12 July 2019)|
|Highest||70 (December 2006)|
|Lowest||117 (October 2007)|
| Luxembourg 0–4 Slovakia |
(Junglinster, Luxembourg; November 18, 2006)
| Luxembourg 6–0 United Arab Emirates |
(Stegen, Luxembourg; June 26, 2016)
| Luxembourg 0–12 Poland |
(Koetschette, Luxembourg; February 12, 2014)
|World Cup Finals|
|1991||Did not enter||−||−||−||−||−||−||−|
|2015||Did not qualify||−||−||−||−||−||−||−|
|World Cup Finals|
|2005||Did not enter||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2009||Did not qualify||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|2021||Did not enter||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|
Carine Gindt (born 23 June 1972) is a Luxembourgian retired footballer. She was a member of the Luxembourg women's national football team from 18 November 2006 to 29 October 2008 and played in 11 matches.Lisa Wengler
Lisa-Paule Wengler (born 25 May 1992) is a Luxembourgian footballer who plays for the Luxembourg women's national football team. She made her debut on 20 March 2013 against Estonia.List of Luxembourg women's international footballers
This is a list of women's Luxembourgian association footballers who have played for the first official international match of the Luxembourg women's national football team since the first match on 18 November 2006. As of 20 April 2011 the national team had played 19 international matches.Luxembourg national under-21 football team
The Luxembourg national under-21 football team is the national representative under-21 football team of Luxembourg. It is controlled by the Luxembourg Football Federation (FLF). The team is the feeder team to the Luxembourg's national team. The team competes in the biennial European Under-21 Championship. Since the establishment of the UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship in 1978 the team has always finished bottom of their qualification group.
The team is for Luxembourgian players aged under 21 at the start of the calendar year in which a two-year European Under-21 Football Championship campaign begins, so some players can remain with the squad until the age of 23. As long as they are eligible, players can play for Luxembourg at any level, making it possible to play for the U21s, senior side, and again for the U21s. This has been the case for several senior team players like Billy Bernard, Lars Gerson and Maurice Deville. In their history they have only ever won two qualification games. Their first win occurred in their 1986 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualification campaign where they defeated Belgium 3–1. Their second victory came in a 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualification Group 3 away game against Bosnia and Herzegovina in a 1–0 win.Mandy Charlet
Mandy Charlet (born 14 July 1986) is a Luxembourgian women's footballer and athlete.
As an athlete she won the bronze medal in the 100 metres hurdles and 4 × 400 metres relay at the 2005 Games of the Small States of Europe and also the bronze medal in the 100 metres hurdles at the 2007 Games of the Small States of Europe. She is the Luxembourgish national record holder in the Heptathlon with 5036 points set on 10–11 June 2006 in France, and in the Pentathlon with 3603 points set on 7 February 2006 in Switzerland. She has also competed in the javelin throw, shot put, long jump, high jump, 200 m, 800 m, and 60 m hurdles.She was a member of the Luxembourg women's national football team from 2011 to 2013. She played her first match on 5 March 2011.Rachel Bettmer
Rachel Bettmer (born 5 June 1994) is a Luxembourgian footballer who plays for the Luxembourg women's national football team.