Top 10 Most Beautiful Female Soccer Players
- Kaylyn Kyle
Born: 6 October 1988
Kaylyn McKenzie Kyle is a Canadian football player who last played in the National Women’s Soccer League as a midfielder for Orlando Pride. She is also a member of Canada’s national women’s soccer team, earning a bronze medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics, and is an advocate for Right To Play.
Kyle played with the Vancouver Whitecaps for a total of six seasons from 2006 to 2012, except 2009. Kyle made one start for the Whitecaps for a total of 78 minutes during her inaugural W-League season in 2006. In 2007 she made eight appearances for the Whitecaps scoring one goal in her second season. Kyle made six appearances, including two assists, for the blue and white during the 2008 season. Kyle made five appearances in 2010, her fourth season with the Whitecaps, and tallyed two assists. She had two playoff appearances contributing one goal and one assist for the team as the Whitecaps fell in the final of the Championship.
- Amy Rodriguez
Born: 17 February 1987
Amy Joy Rodriguez Shilling is an American soccer player who currently plays in the National Women’s Soccer League for the Utah Royals FC and is also a member of the U.S. national women’s soccer team. Previously she played for the WPS’s FC Kansas City, Boston Breakers and Philadelphia Independence.
In 2005, after scoring 17 goals in 15 games for Santa Margarita Catholic during her senior year, Rodriguez was considered the nation’s top prospect and was voted National Player of the Year by Parade Magazine, EA Sports, and NSCAA She received local honors as the Year’s Orange County Register Player and the Year’s Girls Soccer Player, as well as the Year’s Soccer Player for the Los Angeles Times Women. She was a four-time all-league selection and an honorary All-CIF.
- Jonelle Filigno
Born: 24 September 1990
Jonelle Filigno is a Canadian football player who last played in the National Women’s Soccer League for the Sky Blue FC. She played in London 2012 for the Canadian national team, for whom she won an Olympic bronze medal.
Filigno was assigned to NWSL side Sky Blue FC after finishing her college career at Rutgers University. She made her debut at Harvard Stadium on April 27, 2014 as a second-half substitute in a 3–2 road loss to the Boston Breakers. She scored her first professional goal on May 21, 2014 at Maryland SoccerPlex, in a 3–3 draw against the Washington Spirit.
- Anouk Hoogendijk
Born: 6 May 1985
Anouk Anna Hoogendijk is a professional Dutch footballer who has played as a midfielder or defender for Ajax. She is called Noukie. She has represented the nation at one FIFA Women’s World Cup and two UEFA Women’s Euro tournaments, a full international with more than 100 caps for the Dutch national team since 2004.
Hoogendijk returned to Utrecht in February 2012, before moving on to newly founded Ajax Vrouwen in May 2012. For Hoogendijk, the move represented “a dream come true” as she had been a girlhood supporter of Ajax’s male squad.
Hoogendijk signed up to the English club Arsenal Ladies in January 2014. However, due to recurring injuries she only played in three matches in London during that season. In July 2014 Hoogendijk finally returned to Ajax Vrouwen for the 2014–15 season. On May 30th, 2016, she announced a one-year extension of contract with Ajax Vrouwen on her official Instagram page.
- Nayeli Rangel
Born: 28 February 1992
Lydia Nayeli Rangel Hernández, professionally known as Nayeli Rangel, is a Mexican footballer who plays for Tigres UANL and Mexico’s national women’s team as a midfielder.
She joined Sky Blue FC in the new National Women Soccer League on 11 January 2013.
She joined first division Spanish Sporting de Huelva, Primera División, in December 2016.
She joined the newly founded Liga MX Femenil in July 2017 with her hometown club Tigres UANL.
- Alex Morgan
Born: 2 July 1989
Alexandra Morgan Carrasco is an American soccer player for the National Women’s Soccer League Orlando Pride, the highest division of professional women’s soccer in the United States, and the national women’s soccer team in the United States.
In 2013, Morgan joined Portland Thorns FC in the inaugural season of the National Women’s Soccer League and helped the team capture the league title that year. Through the 2015 season, Morgan played for the Thorns, after which she was traded to Orlando Pride’s first-year franchise. In 2017, Morgan went on loan to the French Lyon side, where she won the European continental treble, which included the UEFA Women’s Champions League.