"Japan and China each contributed one player. But the United States is king. Don't forget Marta from Brazil."

Liboro ID - These 10 women are big people in the world of soccer, yes, it's just soccer. Not inferior to male footballers in terms of motivation, aggressiveness and game vision, all of Eve's descendants have achieved remarkable success, winning various awards both individually and with their national teams.

The first Women's World Cup It was held in China in 1991 and in less than 30 years, it immediately turned into the world's greatest record, creating a history full of unforgettable moments and producing great female soccer players. The following is a list of the greatest female soccer players of all time.

10. Christine Lilly

Country: United States
Position: Striker
Years playing: 1987-2011
Cap: 354

Awards and Achievements:

Two-time FIFA Women's World Cup champion. Two-time Olympic gold medalist. Four-time NCAA champion.

After being active as a professional soccer player since 1987, she has accumulated 354 games on the green field for 23 years with Uncle Sam's team, scoring 130 goals and making 105 assists.

She was born in New York City. She will always be remembered for her header in the 1999 Women's World Cup final against China. The player managed to make 100 appearances for his country and also played 28,700 minutes in his prolific career.

He played for the Boston Breakers at the club level for 4 seasons and is currently an associate consultant there.

9. Nadine Anger

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Position: Goalkeeper
Years playing: 1995-2015
Cap: 146
Awards and achievements: FIFA Women's Player of the Year. Two-time Women's World Cup Champion. Two-time UEFA Women's Championship.

One of the greatest goalkeepers of all time, Nadine Anger became the first goalkeeper in history to win the FIFA Women's Player of the Year award. She is a role model for female goalkeepers as she went 540 minutes without conceding a goal and did not concede a goal in the 2007 Women's World Cup.

She was the number one for Germany, who won the UEFA Women's Championship in 2009 and 2013. At the 2007 Women's World Cup, Germany's number one goalkeeper, Selke Rothenberg, suffered a knee injury.

He is a specialist in penal situations. In the year After Prinz resigned in 2011, Anger became captain and saved two crucial penalties against Sweden to lead Germany to the 2013 European Championship.

"Angerer was a great leader in his team, a great hero to follow," said current Germany coach Tony DiCicco, himself a goalkeeper. In the year He has been a goalkeeper consultant for Portland Thorns FC since retiring in 2015.

8. Homare Sawa

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Location: Avg
Years playing: 1991-2015
Cap: 201
Awards and achievements: FIFA World Player of the Year. FIFA Women's World Cup Championship. Olympic silver medalist.

Homare Sawa is one of the best players in the world right now, especially among women. Sawa made his first appearance on the gridiron at the age of 12, and three years later he received his first call-up to the Japanese national team.

Playing the role of captain, Sawa successfully supported the team in their quest to win the Ballon d'Or and the Golden Boot. She was also named FIFA Women's Player of the Year in 2011 and helped her team win Olympic silver in London last summer.

Sawa is. fairy tale Always for the national team. He retired at the age of 37, having scored 83 goals in 205 games, a record still unbroken by his teammates in the Zamora national team.

7. Sun Wen

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Country: China
Position: Striker
Years playing: 1989-2006
Cap: 156
Awards and achievements: FIFA Women's Player of the Century. World Cup Golden Ball Winner. World Cup Golden Shoe winner.

As the 1999 Ballon d'Or and Golden Boot winner, Sun Wen was the tournament's top player and top scorer. He is also the captain of the Chinese national team and the Atlanta Beat. He scored 106 goals in 152 games for the Chinese national team. Sun has an above-average passing habit from his teammates, which means he often takes set pieces.

US women's national team coach April Henrichs has high praise for the Suns after scoring a long-range goal against the United States at the Sydney Olympics. "I want to pay him to come to the United States," he said.

Usually playing as a striker or midfielder, the Sun is aided by his running speed and good vision which creates plenty of shooting space for his teammates.

In the year Before retiring in 2005, Sun still managed to prove himself as a footballer. The Chinese women's team is arguably the first perfect team in women's soccer, winning Olympic silver in 1996 and losing to the United States in the 1999 World Cup finals, and this cannot be separated from Sun's contribution.

6. Abi Wambh

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Country: United States
Position: Striker
Years playing: 1998-2015
Cap: 256
Awards and achievements: FIFA Women's World Player of the Year 2012. Women's World Cup champion and Olympic gold medalist.

Abby Wambach is one of the most dangerous players because of her finishing ability. She holds the international competition record between female and male footballers. She has played and scored in four FIFA Women's World Cups and two Olympic tournaments. He was also awarded the 2012 FIFA Player of the Year.

What's more surprising is that most of Wambach's goals were scored on the big stages. He played in three World Cups and three Olympic Games. She was the first female soccer player to win the AP Athlete of the Year and the first American woman to win the 2012 FIFA World Player of the Year.

5. Christine Sinclair

Country: Canada
Position: Striker/Midfielder
Cap: 186
Years played: 2000-present
Awards and Achievements: Two-time NCAA Champion. Two-time WPS Champion. Two-time NWSL champion. 14-time Canadian Soccer Player of the Year.

Sinclair surpassed Abby Wambach on the all-time leading international goalscoring list with 186 goals. Sinclair is arguably the most influential player in Canadian football, especially when he won two national titles at the University of Portland.

"I believe she's the best player to walk the planet," Abby Wambach said.

One of the 37-year-old's most memorable moments was his hat-trick in a 4-3 win over the United States at the 2012 Olympics.

4. Michelle Acker

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Country: United States
Position: Midfielder/Striker
Years playing: 1985-2000
Cap: 153
Awards and achievements: FIFA Women's Player of the Century. Two-time Women's World Cup Champion. Olympic gold medalist.

As another female soccer player, Michelle Acker, who is widely popular for her success in winning the Women's World Cup, is said to be the most talented. In the year During the 1991 tournament, he even received the Golden Boot, awarded to the tournament's top scorer. She is sometimes known as the best player and is included in the FIFA 100 along with Mia Hamm, one of the two living female footballers and also named FIFA's footballer of the century.

Acker is a former captain of the United States national team and has scored 39 goals in 26 international matches. Aker finished his career as a footballer scoring 105 goals in 153 international matches. She was awarded FIFA Player of the Century with the Suns, but perhaps the best honor came from her U.S. Women's National Team teammate and mentor, Mia Hamm. "He is a warrior, and He is our beginning and our end."

3. Mia Hamm

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Country: United States
Position: Striker/Midfielder
Years playing: 1987-2004
Quantity: 276
Awards and Achievements: Two-time FIFA World Player of the Year. Two-time Women's World Cup champion and Olympic gold medalist. Four-time NCAA champion.

Although retired since 2004, Mia Hamm continues to be a role model for girls soccer players around the world. A two-time FIFA World Player of the Year, Hamm was a member of the United States teams that won the 1991 and 1999 Women's World Cups and the 1996 and 2004 Olympics.

She is second in scoring with 158 goals and one of only 2 women in FIFA's top 100 footballers of all time. Despite all the World Cup glory and Olympic gold medals, Hamm is perhaps more than anything else, a leading player in women's soccer and also the face of Uncle Sam's women's soccer.

2. Martha

Country: Brazil
Position: Striker
Years played: 2000-present
Cap: 154
Awards and Achievements: Six-time FIFA World Player of the Year. She won the 2007 Women's World Cup Golden Ball and Golden Shoe.

Marta is one of the most talented soccer players of all time. Since 2006, he has been named the FIFA Player of the Year for an incredible record of 5 consecutive times.