Angolan women's national soccer team
|Association||Federação Angolana de Futebol|
|Head coach||Andre Nzuzi|
|Home stadium||Changing stages|
|FIFA rank||121st (1117 points)
(as of August 14, 2020)
First international match South Africa 3-1 Angola ( South Africa ; January 7, 1995 )
Biggest win Angola 4-0 Mozambique ( Malanje , Angola ; May 3, 2008 )
Biggest defeats South Africa 6-2 Angola ( Johannesburg , South Africa ; February 1, 2004 ) South Africa 4-0 Angola ( Johannesburg , South Africa ; February 4, 2007 ) Eswatini 4-0 Angola ( Nelson Mandela Bay , South Africa ; August 3, 2019 )
|Successes in tournaments|
|Participation in the finals||2 ( first : 1995 )|
|Best results||Semifinals 1995|
|(As of August 3, 2019 )|
The Angolan women's national football team represents Angola in international women's football . The national team is subordinate to the Angolan Football Association and is coached by Andre Nzuzi. The Angolan selection has so far participated twice in the African Championship , where it was eliminated in 2002 after the preliminary round against Cameroon and in 1995 in the semifinals against South Africa. So far they have not been able to qualify for a World Cup or the Olympic Games . Most recently, the team failed after a 2-2 home match and a 0-0 away match against Namibia in qualifying for the 2012 Olympic Games in London .
Tournament balance sheet
- Women's world rankings. In: fifa.com. FIFA , August 14, 2020, accessed on August 14, 2020 (teams without a place and points are provisional because no more than five games have been played or the teams have been inactive for more than 18 months).
- cafonline.com: "Tokyo 2020: Sierra Leone disqualified, Angola withdraws"