Oman women's national football team
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|Association||Oman Football Association|
|Sub-confederation||WAFF (West Asia)|
The Oman women's national football team, represents Oman in international women's association football and is governed by Oman Football Association (OFA). The team has not played any official match so far.
Background[edit | edit source]
Team[edit | edit source]
The country's kit colours are red and white shirts, red shorts, and red socks.
Other national teams[edit | edit source]
Baroucher[edit | edit source]
In 2006, a team representing the country, Baroucher, played in the Women's Sevens Tournament in Abu Dhabi. The tournament was a seven-a-side one and they were in Group A, where they finished last overall. On 21 February, they lost 1–5 to Abu Dhabi. On 23 February, they lost 2–3 to a team from Jordan. On 24 February, they lost 0–3 to Iraq. On 25 February, they lost to Syria 0–9. In group play, they had a total of 3 goals for and 20 against.
Five A Side[edit | edit source]
In 2006, Oman hosted and played in a 5-a-side women's championship. Other countries participating in the tournament included Pakistan, Bahrain, Syria, Palestine, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Afghanistan.
Futsal[edit | edit source]
A club team representing the country participated in the fifth Amman Arab Women's Futsal Championships in Jordan.
References[edit | edit source]
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