Mexico Liga MX Femenil 10/18 02:00 16 Monterrey - naised vs Chivas Guadalajara - naised - View
Mexico Liga MX Femenil 10/25 02:00 17 Santos Laguna - naised vs Monterrey - naised - View


Mexico Liga MX Femenil 10/01 02:00 15 [3] Tigres UANL - naised v Monterrey - naised [2] D 2-2
Mexico Liga MX Femenil 09/27 02:00 14 [3] Monterrey - naised v UNAM Pumas - naised [9] W 6-0
Mexico Liga MX Femenil 09/23 02:00 13 [2] Monterrey - naised v Cruz Azul - naised [8] W 1-0
Mexico Liga MX Femenil 09/20 00:00 12 [4] Club América - naised v Monterrey - naised [3] W 1-2
Mexico Liga MX Femenil 09/13 02:00 11 [3] Monterrey - naised v Atlas - naised [10] W 4-1
Mexico Liga MX Femenil 09/06 02:00 9 [3] Monterrey - naised v Toluca - naised [7] W 5-2
Mexico Liga MX Femenil 08/28 22:00 10 [8] Pachuca - naised v Monterrey - naised [4] W 0-1
Mexico Liga MX Femenil 08/23 02:00 8 [17] Mazatlan FC - naised v Monterrey - naised [4] W 0-1
Naiste sõpruskohtumine 08/21 03:00 - Lyon – naised v Monterrey - naised L 4-0
Naiste sõpruskohtumine 08/18 03:30 - Portland Thorns - naised v Monterrey - naised W 3-4
Mexico Liga MX Femenil 08/12 00:00 7 [4] Monterrey - naised v Leon - naised [11] W 3-0
Mexico Liga MX Femenil 08/08 22:00 6 [18] Necaxa - naised v Monterrey - naised [8] W 0-4


Matches played 53 26 27
Wins 35 21 14
Draws 11 5 6
Losses 7 0 7
Goals for 128 76 52
Goals against 51 20 31
Clean sheets 18 10 8
Failed to score 8 2 6

C.F. Monterrey Femenil is a Mexican proffesional women's football club based in Guadalupe, Nuevo León, that competes in the Liga MX Femenil. The club has been the women's section of C.F. Monterrey since 2017. The team plays it's home matches at Estadio BBVA.

Monterrey Femenil is one of only four clubs that have been able to win the Liga MX Femenil title, obtaining the league title in two occasions.

The club plays a local derby known as the Clásico Regiomontano femenil againts city rivals Tigres UANL.


Founding and First League Tournament

Club de Fútbol Monterrey Femenil was founded on December 5, 2016, the same day that Liga MX Femenil was announced. Gustavo Leal was appointed as the first manager of the team ahead of the first tournament of the league (Apertura 2017). Monterrey Femenil's first league match in history was a 5-2 victory at home against Necaxa on July 30, 2017.

Despite good results, Leal and the club decided to part ways on October 12, 2017. Assistant manager Eliud Contreras was appointed as interim manager for the rest of the Apertura 2017 tournament. Monterrey ended the Apertura 2017 on the fourth place in the general standings, but didn't qualified to the playoffs due to finishing in the third place of its group with 31 pts.

Multiple league Finals and First Title

After not qualifying for the playoffs in the Apertura 2017 tournament, the club decided to appoint former Monterrey player and long-time assistant manager of the men's first team, Héctor Becerra, as the new manager of the team on December 5, 2017.

Under Becerra's management, Monterrey reached its first league final in the Clausura 2018 against city rivals Tigres. This final represented the first of many Clásico Regiomontano finals to come in Liga MX Femenil. Tigres ended up defeating Monterrey on penalties (2–4) after a 4–4 draw on aggregate. The second leg of this final at Estadio BBVA was at the time the highest attended club match in women's football history.

Monterrey once again reached the league final in the Clausura 2019. The rival on turn was once again Tigres. Similar to the Clausura 2018, Tigres ended up winning the final again with an aggregate scoreline of 3–2.

In the Apertura 2019, Monterrey reached the final once again and for the third time, the rival was once again Tigres. Unlike the previous two finals, Monterrey was able to win this final after defeating Tigres 2–1 on aggregate. This was the first title in history for the club.

Although the Clausura 2020 tournament was canceled by the league due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Monterrey's successful run of consecutive league finals continued in the Guard1anes 2020 tournament. Like the previous three finals that Monterrey had played, the rival in turn was once again Tigres. Unlike the previous final between these two clubs (Apertura 2019), Tigres was able to crown themselves champions after beating Monterrey on penalties (3–2) after a 1–1 draw on aggregate.

2021 to Present

After Monterrey was eliminated in the semi-finals of the Guard1anes 2021 tournament playoffs by Tigres and thus ending a run of three consecutive league finals, the club announced the destitution of Héctor Becerra from the role of manager on June 8, 2021, after more than three years as manager of the team. During Becerra's tenure as manager, the team won its first title in history and reach four league finals (won one and lost three). Former Pachuca manager, Eva Espejo, was appointed as the new manager of the team on June 13, 2021.

With Eva Espejo as the manager, the club was able to obtain its second league title by winning the Apertura 2021 tournament after defeating Tigres on penalties (1–3) after a 2–2 draw on aggregate. As a result of Monterrey winning the Apertura 2021 league title, Espejo also became the first woman manager in history to win the Liga MX Femenil title.