Rosilane Camargo Motta, commonly known as Fanta, is a Brazilian former football player.
Fanta was part of the European Commission Radar club team who represented Brazil at the 1988 Fédération internationale de football association Women"s Invitation Tournament in Guangdong and finished in third place.
She was a "volante" (defensive midfielder) for the Brazil women"s national football team Her nickname is derived from her predilection for Fanta, an orange–flavored carbonated beverage manufactured by Coca-Cola. In the 1991 Fédération internationale de football association Women"s World Cup, Fanta played the full 80 minutes in all three group games as Brazil went out in the first round.
The Brazilian women"s national team did not play another match for over three years, until a sponsorship from Maizena corn starch allowed them to play in the 1995 South American Women"s Football Championship.
Fanta, by then playing her club football with Vasco, was recalled to the squad. In the subsequent 1995 Fédération internationale de football association Women"s World Cup, Fanta was ever–present again—this time over three 90 minute matches—as Brazil made another group stage exit from the competition.
Due to 1995 World Cup quarter finalists England renouncing their place at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, Brazil qualified and selected Fanta for their run to the semi finals. Brazil and Fanta also reached the semi finals at the 1999 Fédération internationale de football association Women"s World Cup.