Women's National Team

FIFA Ranking as of 24 March 2023: Vietnam Women’s team lifts to the 33rd place

According to the FIFA Ranking as of 24 March 2023, the Vietnamese women’s team has good news when increased 1 place, to 33rd place with 1643.66 points.

Vietnam women’s team increases training intensity to prepare for the first qualifying round of the Olympic 2024

At the end of a 1-week training camp in Cam Pha (Quang Ninh), the Vietnam women’s team returned to the Vietnam Youth Football Training Center on the afternoon of March 18. The players had a day off before catching up to the next phase of the gathering.

The Vietnamese women’s team is excited on the first day of training in Quang Ninh

March 11, the Vietnam women’s team had the first training session at Cam Pha Stadium (Quang Ninh).

Vietnam women’s team prepares forces, forward to international missions in 2023

2023 will be a busy year for Vietnamese women’s football with international tasks such as the 2024 Olympic Qualifiers, the 32nd SEA Games and especially the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. To prepare well for the tournaments, at the beginning of the year, the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF), head coach Mai Duc Chung and members of the coaching staff plan a detail schedule for each task.

Hopefuls discover Paris 2024 Asian Qualifiers Round 1 opponents

Kuala Lumpur: The path has been set for the 26 teams competing in the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament 2024 Asian Qualifiers Round 1, following the conclusion of the draw at the AFC House on Thursday.

New Zealand Prime Minister meets and exchanges with Vietnam women’s team

Within the framework of a business trip to Vietnam, this afternoon (November 15), New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had a meeting with representatives of the Vietnam Sport Adminstration, leaders of the Vietnam Football Federation and the Vietnamese women’s team at the Hilton hotel, Hanoi.

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and Prime Minister of New Zealand met with representatives of the Vietnamese women’s team

On the afternoon of November 14, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had a meeting with the Vietnamese women’s national football team, on the occasion of the team’s preparation to participate in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia/New Zealand.

Vietnam women team completed the 2022 with the 34th place in the world

FIFA has just announced the women’s football rankings for the fourth quarter of 2022. Accordingly, the Vietnamese women’s team has completed this year 2022 with 34th place and 1643.66 points.

Huynh Nhu: “I will try not to disappoint the fans’ expectations…”

After the final match with the third title in a row of Ho Chi Minh City I at the Women’s National Cup 2022, Huynh Nhu shared her plan, which is also good news for Vietnamese football fans when she is going to Portugal on August 22 to play for a new club (Club Lank).

Friendly match (July 01), France women team 7-0 Vietnam women: More useful lessons

The Vietnamese women’s team lost 0-7 to the French women’s team in a friendly match at 9:10 p.m. (local time) yesterday (July 1). Facing a strong opponent who is ranked 3rd in the world, Vietnamese women players have gained a lot of experience, thereby preparing for the 2022 AFF women’s football championship.


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