Senegal women's national football team

The Senegal women's national football team is the national women's football team of Senegal and is overseen by the Senegalese Football Federation.

Senegal
AssociationSenegalese Football Federation
ConfederationCAF
Head coachBassouare Diaby
FIFA codeSEN
First colours
Second colours
FIFA ranking
Current 87 1 (27 September 2019)[1]
Highest75 (June 2009)
Lowest102 (August 2003)
First international
 Senegal 0–3 Ghana 
(Dakar, Senegal; September 22, 2002)
Biggest win
 Senegal 9–0 Guinea 
(Dakar, Senegal; May 15, 2006)
Biggest defeat
 Senegal 2–8 Nigeria 
(Dakar, Senegal; July 10, 2004)
 Ivory Coast 6–0 Senegal 
(Abidjan, Ivory Coast; October 12, 2012)
African Women's Championship
Appearances2 (first in 1991)
Best resultGroup Stage (1991, 2012)

All African Games

Football at the African Games
Year Round GP W D L GS GA
2003-000000
2007-000000
2011-000000
2015-000000
Total4/4000000

Current squad

Squad for the 2012 African Championship. Source: CAF's website.

No.PositionPlayerAgeCurrent club
01GKMariane Fall32 (06/08/1981) Aigles Médina
16GKOuleye Dieye29 (09/01/1986) Sirènes Grand Yoff
21GKArame Thiandoum17 (06/12/1994) Amazones Grand Yoff
05DFBineta Sylla35 (20/09/1977) Sirènes Grand Yoff
08DFAbsa Diop28 (28/04/1984) Lycée Ameth Fall
13DFMbayang Thiam29 (19/12/1982) Aigles Médina
15DFMame Diagne23 (20/03/1989) Tigrewsses Grand Yoff
17DFMbayang Sow29 (21/01/1993) Aigles Médina
02MFNgouye Sarr26 (12/09/1986) Tigresses Grand Yoff
03MFFatou Sene22 (18/11/1989) Médiour Rufisque
04MFAminata Diadhiou25 (02/11/1987) Issy
06MFMareme Yally24 (26/05/1988) Aigles Médina
12MFKhady Sall25 (02/06/1987) Aigles Médina
18MFSafietou Sagna18 (11/04/1994) Casa Sport
07FWMaty Diop24 (04/01/1988) Aigles Médina
09FWKorka Fall22 (19/02/1990) Dorades Mbour
10FWFatou Faye37 (06/01/1975) Tigresses Grand Yoff
11FWMamy Ndiaye25 (26/11/1986) Kalmar
14FWFanta Sy21 (02/11/1991) Amazones Yeumbeul
19FWMame Thiaw25 (11/11/1986) Sirènes Grand Yoff
20FWMariama Diehiou23 (26/03/1989) Sirènes Grand Yoff

References

  1. "The FIFA/Coca-Cola Women's World Ranking". FIFA. 27 September 2019. Retrieved 27 September 2019.


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