Mural of Alexia Putellas in Barcelona

Women’s football is growing by leaps and bounds, every day we see better games and the fans like to watch more and more women’s games, recently at Camp Nou the attendance record for a game was broken, 91 thousand people watched Barcelona v Wolfsburg. An incredible number.

The games are so intense that it is always good to place a bet on where the biggest and best sites to do so are located, to do so check

I think it’s worth checking out the best players of the moment, and their skills beg for nothing compared to the best in the men’s game.

6. Ada Hegerberg


The Swedish striker and first women’s Ballon d’Or winner spent some time out injured. But is back with a vengeance. Without her, Lyon lost world domination to Barcelona, but she is ready to reclaim her throne.

She has an impressive individual technique, she is lethal in the box and because she is very quick, it is very easy for her to break free, she has the goal tattooed in her mind and every shot is a danger because she knows exactly where to put it.

She spent a long time away from her national team because she didn’t understand why they didn’t earn similar salaries to the men’s national team if they are the ones who constantly fight for titles, and the men can’t qualify for the World Cup, so she retired for a little while, but now she’s back in the Norwegian jersey and wants to go to the World Cup in 2024.

5. Tina Endler


The Chilean goalkeeper is a guarantee under the three posts. She has a lot of character and is a leader, besides with her feet she can start the offensive play of your team. Her technique is perfect, and she is quite aggressive, and not easy to intimidate.

Recently signed by Lyon, one of the best teams in the world, Cristiane shone at PSG, where she became one of the best goalkeepers in the French league. Before that, she had spells in Spain and in her country, with Colo-Colo. She is a national team player and a specialist in penalties. She has been the best goalkeeper in the world for the last two seasons.

With her national team, she is looking to qualify for the World Cup next year in Australia and New Zealand, where she would be crowned as perhaps the best goalkeeper in the history of the Andean country.

4. Sam Kerr


This talented Australian striker is lethal. She plays for Chelsea where she has just won the double for the second consecutive time, scoring 29 goals in 30 games, almost a goal per game. Impressive.

She has played 78 games and has scored 61 goals, has won three leagues, two cups, and has already reached a Champions League final where she could do nothing against the almighty Barcelona women’s team.

With her national team, she has scored 59 goals, which is an impressive amount, as she is one of the best international scorers in the world and in the history of the women’s category.

3. Jenni Hermoso


The Spaniard is another lethal striker. Wherever she goes she scores goals, in this second stage with Barcelona she has already won the Champions League which was the trophy she was missing, and she has just signed the perfect season with the club. 30 games, 30 wins, perhaps something historic in any category, male or female.

Hermoso is a striker who can play outside the box and still generate play for her teammates. She is very complete and with Spain, she proves it with her 45 goals in 91 games with La Furia Roja.

She is already 32 years old, but football is not over for her. Furthermore, she is looking for another treble with the club, and it looks like she is going to get it.

2. Aitana Bonmatí


It is Andrés Iniesta in the female form, the class she has to play has not been seen by anyone in the world of women’s football, the Catalan is a product of the Masia, and it shows, every ball she touches exudes the culé DNA.

Currently, her level is spectacular, Barcelona’s game passes through her feet, she assists, scores, leads, and organises, in women’s football there are few players with the football that Bonmatí has, she reminds us of The Little Ghost Andrés Iniesta for her seriousness and her style.

Just 24 years old and is already considered one of the best players in the world. No doubt she still has a long way to go, and we are sure she will make history, and maybe the heir of the number one on our list.

1. Alexia Putellas


If Lionel Messi is the King, Alexia is the Queen, the best player in the world, and the current Ballon d’Or is pure football. Playing as an attacking midfielder, she defines a game for you or provides a pass for someone else to score. If the ball comes to her, it is difficult for her to make a mistake.

She is also the leader and captain of the culé club. Technically she is impeccable, with a touch of Ronaldinho and the ball striking of Rivaldo, at set pieces she is a threat and on the run she is unstoppable. Alexia Putellas is undoubtedly the best by far in the women’s world.

The top three positions go to Barcelona, but the team is at a spectacular level. They have just won the league unbeaten with no draws, scoring 159 goals and conceding only 11. There is no team in the history of modern football with a record like that.

There are many players like Alex Morgan, Vivianne Miedema, Lieke Martens, and Christine Sinclair, who certainly deserved a place on the list, but currently, the level these 5 are at is unparalleled. Who is the best, or is Alexia undisputed?