UEFA has been presenting a commemorative cap and medal to female players who have made 100 or more appearances for their national teams: see the list so far.
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The first 100-cap awards from UEFA to female players were presented in October 2015 and have continued to be made.
Since 2011, UEFA has been presenting a commemorative cap and medal to male players who have made 100 or more appearances for their national teams, and on 22 October the first such awards to females were made
Around 120 women players from across Europe have already won 100 caps or more for their country.
Players honoured so far
• Dates listed are those of the award, not the player's 100th cap. Other players from nations below may also have reached 100 caps.
Anne Dot Eggers Nielsen, Mariann Gajhede Knudsen, Lene Jensen, Katrine Søndergaard Pedersen, Merete Pedersen, Johanna Rasmussen, Line Røddik Hansen, Cathrine Paaske Sørensen, Lene Terp (22 October v Moldova)
Lyudmyla Pekur (22 October v Romania)
Ifeoma Dieke, Julie Fleeting, Joanne Love (23 October 2015 v Belarus)
Gemma Fay, Kim Little and Leanne Ross (29 November v FYR Macedonia)
Jennifer Beattie, Suzanne Grant, Pauline Hamill, Rhonda Jones, Megan Sneddon (8 April 2016 v Slovenia)
Carla Couto, Edite Fernandes, Paulo Dias Santos (27 October 2015 v Republic of Ireland)
Caroline Abbé, Lara Dickenmann, Martina Moser (27 October 2015 v Georgia)
Jessica Julin, Anne Mäkinen, Katri Mattsson, Laura Österberg-Kalmari, Anna-Kaisa Rantanen, Sanna Talonen, Sanna Valkonen (29 October 2015, Finnish football awards ceremony
Nadine Angerer, Melanie Behringer, Doris Fitschen, Kerstin Garefrekes, Steffi Jones, Annike Krahn, Renate Lingor, Anja Mittag, Silvia Neid, Silke Rottenberg, Célia Šašić, Sandra Smisek, Kerstin Stegemann, Pia Wunderlich (26 November 2015 v England)
Karen Carney, Gillian Coultard, Alex Scott, Jill Scott, Kelly Smith, Casey Stoney, Rachel Unitt, Fara Williams, Rachel Yankey (29 November 2015 v Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Patrizia Panico, Melania Gabbiadini, Alessia Tuttino (16 February 2016, UEFA Women's Champions League final media launch in Reggio Emilia
Dyanne Bito, Loes Geurts, Claudia van den Heiligenberg, Petra Hogewoning, Anouk Hoogendijk, Annemike Kiesel-Griffioen, Daphne Koster, Manon Melis, Sylvia Smit, Sherida Spitse, Sarina Wiegman, Marleen Wissink (5 March 2016 v Norway)
Natalia Chatzigiannidou (8 March 2016 v Ukraine)
Daniele Pufulete, Florentina Spânu-Ola (8 April v France)
Anita Pádár, Angéla Hummel-Smuczer (31 May 2016 v Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Natalia Barbashina, Marina Bourakova, Elena Fomina, Irina Grigorieva, Svetlano Petko, Oksana Shmachkova (2 June 2016 v Norway)
Ann Kristin Aarønes, Gro Espeseth, Solveig Gulbrandsen, Isabell Herlovsen, Unni Lehn, Linda Medalen, Bente Nordby, Gunn Nyborg, Hege Riise, Trine Rønning, Brit Sandaune, Ingvild Stensland, Heidi Støre (2 June 2016 v Austria)
Edda Gardarsdóttir, Thóra Björg Helgadóttir, Katrín Jónsdóttir, Dóra María Lárusdóttir, Hólmfrídur Magnúsdóttir, Margrét Lára Vidarsdóttir (16 September 2016 v Slovakia)
Camille Abily, Sonia Bompastor, Sarah Bouhaddi, Élise Bussaglia, Corinne Diacre, Marie-Laure Delie, Laura Georges, Hoda Lattaf, Eugénie Le Sommer, Stéphanie Mugneret-Béghé, Louisa Necib, Marienette Pichon, Sandrine Soubeyrand, Gaëtane Thiney, Élodie Thomis (20 September 2016 v Albania)
PIC | Ifeoma Dieke, Julie Fleeting and Jo Love receive their awards for 100 international appearances for Scotland. pic.twitter.com/JK2VfOw6nT— Scotland (@ScottishFA) October 23, 2015