|21 Jul 23||Spain Women ||-|| Costa Rica|
|26 Jul 23||Spain Women ||-|| Zambia Women|
|31 Jul 23||Japan Women ||-|| Spain Women|
|11 Oct 22||Spain Women|| ||2 - 0|| ||USA Women|
|07 Oct 22||Spain Women|| ||1 - 1|| ||Sweden Women|
|20 Jul 22||England Women|| ||2 - 1|| ||Spain Women|
|16 Jul 22||Denmark Women|| ||0 - 1|| ||Spain Women|
|12 Jul 22||Germany Women|| ||2 - 0|| ||Spain Women|
The Spain women's national football team (Spanish: Selección Española de Fútbol Femenina) has represented Spain in international women's football competition since 1980, and is controlled by the Royal Spanish Football Federation, the governing body for football in Spain.
Spain have qualified two times for the FIFA Women's World Cup and three times for the UEFA Women's Championship, reaching the semifinals in 1997. In contrast to these modest achievements at senior level, their youth teams have one of the best records in the world across the early 21st century and enjoyed great success in 2018 in particular, winning two continental titles (U-17 and U-19), and reaching the two worldwide finals (winning the U-17 World Cup and runners-up in the U-20 World Cup.
Coinciding with the rise of Barcelona at club level, Spain broke into the top 10 of the FIFA international rankings in the early 2020s. Their players collected the 2020 UEFA awards for best goalkeeper, defender, midfielder, forward and overall best player – the first time players from a single nation won all the categories.
Guijarro #12 (Patricia Guijarro )
León #4 (María León)
Cyprus Womens Cup