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Top 20 Women’s Soccer Players of 2014

A scientifically sound Top 20 Women’s Soccer Players List.  First of its kind! Ok, so science had nothing to do with it. I based it on this year’s performance, big stage opportunities, roles on their club/NT, personal achievements, and the eyeball test.

  1. Nadine Keßler [wiki / video]
    WCQ, Algarve Cup Winner, Bundesliga Champ, 2014 CL Winner, 2015 CL Quarter-finalists, UEFA Best Women’s Player in Europe
  2. Nilla Fischer [wiki]
    WCQ, Bundesliga Champ, 2014 CL Winner, 2015 CL Quarter-finalists
  3. Kim Little [wiki / video]
    WCQ playoffs, NWSL Shield Winner, NWSL BEST XI, NWSL MVP, NWSL Golden Boot
  4. Vero Boquete [wiki / video]
    Spain’s first WCQ, 2014 CL Runner Up, 2015 CL Quarter-finalists, NWSL Best XI
  5. Aya Miyama [wiki / video]
    WCQ, Algarve Cup Runner Up, Asia Cup Winner,  Asia Cup Player of the Tournament, Asian Games Runner Up, Nadeshiko Regular Season Winner, Nadeshiko Best XI
  6. Louisa Nécib [wiki / video]
    WCQ, Cyprus Cup Winner, D1 Feminine Champ, Coupe de France Winner, D1 Feminine Assist Leader
  7. Nahomi Kawasumi [wiki / video]
    WCQ, Algarve Cup Runner Up, Asia Cup Winner, Asian Games Runner Up, NWSL Shield Winner, NWSL Best XI
  8. Celia Sasic [wiki / video]
    WCQ, Algarve Cup Winner, Bundesliga Runner Up, Bundesliga Golden Boot, DFB-Pokal Winner, 2015 CL Quarter-finalists
  9. Lauren Holiday [wiki / video]
    WCQ, NWSL Champ, NWSL Best XI, U.S. Soccer Female Athlete of the Year
  10. Marta [wiki / video]
    WCQ, Tournament of Brasilia Winner, 2014 CL Runner Up, 2015 CL Quarter-finalists, Damallsvenskan Champ
  11. Anja Mittag [wiki / video]
    WCQ, Algarve Cup Winner, Damallsvenskan champ, Damallsvenskan Assist Leader, 2015 CL Quarter-finalists
  12. Wendie Renard [wiki]
    WCQ, Cyprus Cup Winner, D1 Feminine Champ, Coupe de France Winner
  13. Becky Sauerbrunn [wiki]
    WCQ, NWSL Champ, NWSL Best XI, NWSL Defender of the Year
  14. Caroline Seger [wiki]
    WCQ, 2014 CL Runner Up, 2015 CL Quarter-finalists
  15. Lara Dickenmann [wiki]
    Switzerland’s first WCQ, D1 Feminine Champ, Coupe de France Winner, Swiss Player of the Year
  16. Ramona Bachmann [wiki / video]
    Switzerland’s first WCQ, Damallsvenskan Champ, 2015 CL Quarter-finalists
  17. Lotta Schelin [wiki / twitter]
    WCQ, D1 Feminine Champ, Coupe de France Winner, Top Scorer for Sweden, Daimantbollen Winner, Sweden Forward of the Year
  18. Jessica Fishlock [wiki / video]
    Wales highest FIFA ranking, 2015 CL Quarter-finalists, 2013-14 W-League Champ, W-League Grand Final Player of the Match, NWSL Shield winner, NWSL Best XI, NWSL Assist Leader
  19. Carli Lloyd [wiki / video]
    WCQ, NWSL Second XI, 7th in All Time USWNT Scorers
  20. Ali Riley [wiki]
    WCQ, OFC Nations Cup Champ, Damallsvenskan Champ, 2015 CL Quarter-finalists