Iran women's national football team

Women's national association football team representing Iran FIFA rankingCurrent 70 (16 April 2021)Highest48 (September 2008)Lowest144 (December 2007)First international:Iran 5–0 Syria:
(Amman, Jordan; 23 September 2005)Biggest win:Iran 13–0 Syria:
(Amman, Jordan; 3 September 2007)Biggest defeat:Thailand 8–1 Iran:
(Bangkok, Thailand; 8 July 2009)

The Iran women's national football team (recognized as IR Iran by FIFA) represents Iran in international women's football around the world, and is controlled by the Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI). The FFIRI official in charge of women's football is Leila Soufizadeh.



The first Iranian women's national team was established by Taj Tehran Football Club. The Iranian women's national team has a long history, with a women's Perspolis FC team dating back to more

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