Be the first since 32 years ago.


The Indonesian women's national football team has qualified for the 2022 Women's Asian Cup final, held in India. This achievement was the first in 32 years when he last participated in 1989.

The certainty of the Indonesian team's escape was after they beat Singapore 2-0 on aggregate. In the match, which took place at Republican Central, Dushanbe, Tajikistan since the first minute of the game, Indonesia played offensively to ensure victory insight.

Indonesia's attack was thwarted many times by the Singapore team. The certainty of Indonesia's victory came in the 31st minute. Octavianti Dwi Nurmalita opened fire after the chaos in front of the Singapore goal. Goals for Indonesia.


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Winning one goal made the Indonesian women's national team appear more confident. However, Singapore's tight defence made the situation unchanged until the first half was over.

After the break, the Indonesian team's game remained in control. Singapore is not without resistance. They tried hard to get out of the pressure of the Indonesian team to equalize. These efforts did not bear fruit and led the Indonesian national team to qualify for the 2022 Asian Cup finals, which will be held in India from January 20 to February 6, 2022.

This result was even more complete after Zahra Muzdalifah was named Women of the Match in that match. Head coach Rudy Eka Priyambada said this achievement was thanks to the players' hard work and coaching staff, who supported each other.

"The players strictly followed the coach's instructions in training and applied them during the game. But we must not be complacent because in the Women's Asian Cup later, Asia's top women's soccer teams will compete tightly there," said Priyambada.

PSSI General Chair Mochamad Iriawan is grateful for this achievement. He saw that the Garuda Pertiwi squad had worked hard to achieve a second victory over Singapore.


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"We have qualified for the finals of the Women's Asian Cup after the last time was in 1989. Thank you for the efforts of the women's national team players and officials. Thank you to the President of the Republic of Indonesia Mr. Joko Widodo and Menpora Zainudin Amali for their support so that this team can go and compete in Tajikistan. We hope that this team can compete in the 2022 Women's Asian Cup. PSSI will of course fully support the women's national team program for achievement, "said Iriawan.

With the end of the second leg match between Indonesia and Singapore, the Group C qualification match for the Women's Asian Cup in Tajikistan ended. Indonesia became the fifth country to ensure participation in the Women's Asian Cup, representing group C after four other places had been secured by South Korea, the Philippines, Iran, and Thailand, each from groups E, F, G, and H. 

Qualification in groups A, B, and D to complete the 12 quotas to appear in the 2022 Women's Asian Cup in India, in addition to India, Japan, Australia, and China PR, which have been confirmed to appear next year.


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List of 20 Indonesian women's national team players

Ade Mustikiana Oktafiani - MF

Baiq Amiatun Shalihah - FW

Dewi Tia Safitri -FW

Fani -GK

Firanda -FW

Helsya Maeisyaroh - MF

Insyafadya Salsabillah -FW

Nurhayati -MF

Octavianti Dwi Nurmalita - MF

Rani Mulyasari - MF

Riri Junian Nella - DF

Riska Aprilia - GK

Sabrina Mutiata Firdaus Wibowo - MF

Safira Ika Putri Kartini - DF

Shalika Aurelia Viandrisba - DF

Tia Darti Septiawati - DF

Viny Silfianus Sunaryo - MF

Vivi Oktavia Riski - DF

Yolanda Krismonica -GK

Zahra Muzdalifah -FW



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