The most beautiful players of the Women’s World Cup

Angelos Anastassopoulos June 21, 2023
Women's World Cup

Young, talented and gorgeous. These ladies have it all. With women’s football more popular than ever, these are the most beautiful players of the 2023 Women’s World Cup.

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FIFA expects this year’s World Cup, played in Australia and New Zealand, το be the most successful instalment in the history of the tournament, banking on the increasing popularity of the women’s game. The level of play is higher than it has ever been and the viewing numbers are expected to be through the roof.

But some of the players will be winning over audiences not only with their footballing ability but also with their stunning looks. So here are the ten most beautiful footballers of the 2023 Women’s World Cup.

10. Alexia Putellas

Age: 29
Nationality: Spanish
Club: Barcelona
Position: Midfielder

We are starting off with a bang, with the best player in the world for 2021 and 2022. Alexia Putellas is the proud owner of two Ballon d’Or awards, as well as two Best FIFA Women’s Player awards. Her trophy cabinet is overflowing with trophies and medals, as she has won everything that can be won. She previously dated then Barcelona and Spain teammate Jennifer Hermoso, who was second in Ballon d’Or votes (losing to her then girlfriend) in 2021.


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9. Kosovare Asllani

Age: 33
Nationality: Swedish
Club: AC Milan
Position: Attacking Midfielder

Sweden’s vice-captain, behind legendary Caroline Seger, is not only one of the best players in Europe but also one of the most beautiful ones we will see at the 2023 Women’s World Cup. In the last World Cup, she won the bronze medal with Sweden, and she also has two silver Olympic medals. In 2022, she won the inaugural Women’s Golden Foot Award.


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8. Jessica Miclat

Age: 24
Nationality: Filipino
Club: Eskilstuna United
Position: Midfielder

Born and raised in California, she could represent either the USA, Mexico, or the Philippines. She chose her mother’s home country and in 2022 she won the AFF Women’s Championship with her national team.


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7. Denise O’ Sullivan

Age: 29
Nationality: Irish
Club: North Carolina Courage
Position: Defensive Midfielder

A member of the NC team that won the NWSL Championship and Shield in 2018 and 2019 (no other team in the league’s history has won both in the same season), O’Sullivan started her career as a striker but has thrived as a deep-lying playmaker.

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6. Claire Constant

Age: 23
Nationality: Haitian
Club: Torreense
Position: Defender

Nicknamed “The Cyborg”, Claire Constant was born in the United States to an American mother and a Haitian father. She was selected to attend US national team training camps, at a minor level, but chose to represent Haiti in the end. She is a fan favourite for both her footballing ability and her looks. We can’t wait to see her take the pitch at the 2023 Women’s World Cup.

5. Alisha Lehmann

Age: 24
Nationality: Swiss
Club: Aston Villa
Position: Winger

One of the most recognisable faces in women’s football is Alisha Lehmann. The Swiss forward and model has often made headlines with her past relationships, first with her national team teammate Ramona Bachkann and then with Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz. She formerly identified as a lesbian. She is openly bisexual.


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4. Melanie Leupolz

Age: 29
Nationality: German
Club: Chelsea
Position: Midfielder

After a long career with Freiburg and Bayern, Leupolz moved to London for Chelsea, where she has been playing for the past three years (missing nearly one full season to give birth). She has won an Olympic gold and a Euro with Germany and hopes for her first medal at a Women’s World Cup.


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3. Guro Pettersen

Age: 31
Nationaluty: Norwegian
Club: Valerenga
Position: Goalkeeper

A late bloomer, Guro Pettersen started playing regular first-team football in the past few seasons, and broke into the national team. Before going back to Valerenga for a third stint (this time as a starter), she scored the goal of the season in Norway, for Pitea, beating the opposing goalkeeper from the midfield.


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2. Alex Morgan – USA

Age: 33
Nationality: American
Club: San Diego Wave
Position: Striker

A two-time World Champion and one-time Olympic Champion (and an absolute goalscoring machine), Alex Morgan is one of the most recognisable female footballers in the world. The 2023 Women’s World Cup will most likely be the last of her illustrious career and she certainly wants to lift the trophy one more time.


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1. Ava Collins

Age: 21
Nationality: New Zealander
Club: St. John’s Red Storm
Position: Forward

Α fresh face in world football, Ava Collins plays in the NCAA for St. John’s Red Storm and she has gained the trust of her national team coach, Jitka Klimkova. She is so much more than a pretty face, as she was filmed presenting a 15-minute speech (in French) on existentialism.


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