10. Wendie Renard
Wéndèleine Thérèse Renard is a French footballer currently playing as central defender position as well as captain for Division 1 Féminine club Olympique Lyonnais and the French women’s national team.
One of the most decorated players in the modern female football club, Renard is a goal-scoring defender. She won a record French League 14 titles and 7 European Cups.
9. Julie Ertz
She was a dominant U.S. ball-winner before being the defender of the Chicago Red Stars, the NWSL Rookie of the Year, and the 23-year-old from the back of the Campus.
Ertz is no longer the rookie in the 2019 World Cup. Thus, it’s sure that she is an absolute force whether playing as a back or a midfielder.
8. Jessica McDonald
Jessica Marie McDonald is an American soccer player currently playing for the North Carolina Courage of the National Women’s Soccer League.
McDonald has represented the US in many national youth teams, including under 16, under 17, under 20, under 23 and the national senior teams.
For the 2007 Pan American Games in Brazil, Jill Ellis named for the 2007 U-20 list.
The team won silver after Brazil’s top national team defeated them by 5-0 in the final.
On 2 November 2016, she received her first call to the Senior National Team and made her international debut against Romania on 10 November.
For the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in May 2019, McDonald was named to the United States’ final 23-player squad.
7. Rose Lavelle
Rosemary Kathleen Lavelle s an American professional soccer player who currently plays for plays for English FA WSL team Manchester City and american national team as a midfielder.
At the 2019 World Cup, she started six matches for the U.S. and scored the bronze ball for three goals.
Lavelle was one of the five Americans named to the World 11 for the last victory of the FIFA World Cup in the United States.
6. Amandine Henry
Amandine Chantal Henry is a French soccer player, playing Olympique Lyon and French National Team as a defensive midfielder. Henry made her senior international debut in 2009 and also she was a former international female youth who had played at all levels. Since October 2017, she has been captain of the national team.
She is an all-rounder, outstanding hold on the ball, passing abilities, score, dictates for her team members of one of the most successful clubs in Europe. Henry doesn’t achieve a lot of goals, but her only best club goal was in the first half of 2019 in the semifinal win against Chelsea.
5. Ada Hegerberg
The Norwegian footballer Ada Hegerberg plays as a striker for the Division 1 Féminine club Olympique Lyonnais. Previously, she played in Toppserien for Kolbotn and Stabæk. On four occasions, she won the Champions League and was sealed in the final against Barcelona with her 16-minute hat trick. In the year 2015, the footballer was named her first woman in two decades the Norwegian footballer of the year and the recipient of the first-ever Ballon d’Or Femenin.
4. Vivianne Miedema
Vivianne Miedema is a Dutch professional footballer who is playing for Arsenal and the national team of the FA Women’s League.
Called one of Modern Women’s Football’s greatest strikers, Miedema is a longtime leading scorer in the FA WSL and has won more international goals than any other player in both women’s and men’s teams.
In 2020, at the London Football Awards and the Football Writers Association in England named Miedema as the women player of the year. Also, In 2019, she was named PFA Women’s Players of the Year’s Player. She was nominated for the Ballon d’Or Féminin the same year. She was listed on the Top 10 of Guardian’s The 100 Best Female Footballers In The World in 2017 and 2019. Vivianne Miedema became the first player who scored a hattrick in the 6-1 thrashing of North London rival Tottenham in the Women’s Super League by more than 50 goals. She broke the Women’s Super League all-time score record, scoring 50 goals in 50 matches. Miedema, 24, had a record of 49 goals equaled with Nikita Parris.
3. Megan Rapinoe
Megan Anna Rapinoe is an American football player who plays in the National Women’s Soccer League OL Reign and the United States National Team as a winger and captain.
2. Lucy Bronze
English footballer Lucia Bronze plays as a right-back for Manchester City FC and the England national team. She was named BBC Football BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year in 2018 and 2020. 2019 saw her win the UEFA Women’s Player of the Year Award as the first English footballer. She is considered by many to be the best female right-back in the world, and was enough versatile to start her senior career in central defence and also as a midfielder at various times for club and country.
1. Sam Kerr
The Australians’ Samantha May Kerr play in the FA Women’s Super League for Chelsea. She’s the Australian National Football Team’s current captain. Kerr has been the all-time leading scorer in both the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) and the Australian W-League since 2019.