12 Hottest Female Soccer Players Of All Time

Christiana Mikesch, CPT
Published by Christiana Mikesch, CPT | Senior Coach
Last updated: March 25, 2024
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With millions of fans keeping their eyes on more than just the ball, a soccer game proves to an exciting spectator sport - especially when it comes to women’s soccer.

Besides just winning games, these beautiful female soccer players have also won the hearts of their raving fans and proven that there’s more to them to admire than just their raw talent and skill.

What does it take for female soccer players to captivate audiences, both on and off the field?

Keep reading to find out if your favorite athlete made the cut.

Trailblazers of Women's Soccer

While the spotlight often shines on the current stars of women's soccer, it's essential to recognize the trailblazers who paved the way.

One such pioneer is Lily Parr, who not only showcased her exceptional skills on the field but also broke barriers in a time when women's soccer faced significant challenges.

Her tenacity and passion for the game set the foundation for future generations, reminding us that the journey of women's soccer is built on the shoulders of such legends.

Who’s Among Our Top 12 Hottest Female Soccer Players

12. Kosovare Asllani

Kosovare Asllani, affectionately known as "Kosse", is a brilliant 33-year-old Swedish footballer playing for AC Milan and the Sweden national team.

Celebrated for her exceptional speed and technique, she's considered a gem of her generation in Swedish football. Beyond her skills, Asllani's striking beauty ranks her among the world's most attractive footballers.

Her journey spans from Vimmerby IF to football giants like Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain. In 2019, she made history by becoming the inaugural Galáctica with Real

Madrid's women's team. A true blend of talent and grace, Asllani shines on and off the field.


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11. Salma Paralluelo

Salma Paralluelo is not just a force on the field but also a captivating presence off it. At 19, this Spanish footballer turns heads as a left winger for FC Barcelona and the Spain women's national team.

Recognized as one of the most stunning female footballers of 2023, Salma's beauty is a blend of her Spanish and Equatorial Guinean heritage.

On the pitch, her accolades with Spain are impressive, including titles from the 2018 UEFA Women's U-17 Championship and FIFA U-17 and U-20 Women's World Cups.

Her senior debut was nothing short of spectacular, scoring a hat-trick against Argentina in 2022. Now, wearing the No. 17 jersey for Barcelona Femeni, Salma is the embodiment of talent, grace, and allure.


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10. Christine Sinclair

Last on our list of the hottest female football players is Christine Sinclair.

Sinclair is a forward who mainly plays as an attacking midfielder, and is a big name in women’s football as the Portland Thorns and Canada Women’s National team captain.

Sinclair also has an impressive goal score record, with 187 goals across 304 games for Canada.

In January 2020, she set a new international goal scoring record when she scored her 184th and 185th goals against St. Kitts and Nevis during the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship.

The professional footballer is also an Olympic bronze medalist, has played soccer in 2003, 2007, and 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cups, and has won the “Canada Player of the Year’ award eleven times.

9. Julia Simic

Julia Simic, born on May 14, 1989, is a renowned German soccer talent with an illustrious career. While she has played four matches in this season’s Serie A, it's important to note that she has since retired from professional football.

Her journey in women's football is marked by significant milestones. In 2015, Simic signed a contract with Women’s Bundesliga champion Wolfsburg, where she showcased her skills until 2017. Later, in 2018, she made a notable move to West Ham United before gracing the field for Milan in 2020.

Simic's contributions to the German national team further emphasize her expertise in the sport. Beyond her on-field accomplishments, she also endorsed Puma, securing a well-deserved luxurious lifestyle.

It's worth acknowledging Simic's impact not just as a player but as a symbol of excellence in women's soccer.


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8. Hope Solo

Solo (July 30, 1981) was a former American soccer goalkeeper for the United States Women’s national team from 2000 to 2016. Solo is rightly considered one of the hottest female goalkeepers of all time for her looks and success in the game.

Additionally, the professional soccer player holds the American record for career Clean Sheets.

As the starting goalkeeper for most of the 2007 FIFA Women’s Cup, Solo led the U.S. national team to the soccer semifinals. Throughout the tournament, she only conceded two goals across four games, which included three consecutive shootouts.

The much-celebrated soccer champion began with 14 matches in which she had 1.35 goals on average. In these 14 matches, Solo has tallied 1,260 minutes in goal and made 81 saves.

7. Laisa Andrioli

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Laisa Andrioli (March 10, 1987) is a famous and highly talented Brazilian footballer. Many people believe that she is one of the world’s hottest female soccer players, rivaling Alex Morgan.

Judging by her numerous appearances in men’s sports magazines, Andrioli is one of the world’s sexiest female soccer players.

The soccer star is a midfielder who has represented several football clubs such as International (Porto Alegre), the Youth SC, and UCS (Caxias do Suli).

Besides just her looks, Andrioli has also earned the title ‘Champion Gaucho’ and ‘Gaucho Champion Selection,’ which is a testament to only those of the greatest skill and talent.

6. Shelina Zadorsky

Shelina Zadorsky, born on October 24, 1992, boasts an impressive career in women's football. She currently plays as a defender for Tottenham Hotspur Women and is a key member of the Canadian National team.

In the last season of the FA Women’s Super League, Zadorsky participated in 20 matches, accumulating a total of 1800 minutes on the field. Notably, she displayed resilience and skill, conceding an average of only 1.95 goals per 90 minutes of play, and achieving an impressive Clean Sheet Ratio of 15%.

These statistics underscore Zadorsky's defensive prowess, making her one of the most reliable players in her position.


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5. Natalie Vinti

Natalie Vinti Nuno (January 2, 1988) is an American soccer player and one of the hottest female football players on the football pitch.

The Mexican footballer is popular because despite being born in the U.S, she has decided to play for the Mexican national team, where she led the San Diego Toreros to an NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship.

As a versatile player, the Mexican beauty mainly plays center back but can also be a midfielder and a defender.

Across Nunu’s football career, she has scored six goals - all in FIFA World Cup Matches.


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4. Sydney Leroux

Sydney Rae Leroux (May 7, 1990) is a celebrated Olympic gold medalist in the National Women’s Soccer Team for Orlando Pride.

Leroux was born in Canada to an American father and a Canadian mother. The Olympic gold medal winner was a Canadian professional soccer player until 2008, when she chose to play for the U.S. Senior team.

In 2014, Leroux was traded to the Seattle Reign FC as a forward.

A few years later, in 2018, the female soccer player played in 20 matches for the Pride and scored six goals, with an equal number of goals while playing for FC Kansas City across twenty-three games.

3. Amy Rodriguez

Amy Rodriguez Shilling, born on February 17, 1987, stands as a prominent figure in American women's soccer. Currently plying her trade with the North Carolina Courage, she has also made her mark as a former forward for the U.S Women’s National soccer team, contributing to their World Cup triumph in 2015.

Rodriguez's journey in the sport commenced in 2009 and has been nothing short of remarkable. Over the years, she showcased her talent with notable teams such as FC Kansas City, the Boston Breakers, Utah Royals FC, and Philadelphia Independence.

In her illustrious career, Rodriguez has notched an impressive 45 goals and provided 16 assists across 146 games, solidifying her reputation as a goal-scoring dynamo and a valuable asset to any team.


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2. Lauren Sesselmann

Lauren Sesselmann (August 14, 1983) is an American-born Canadian soccer player who presently plays for the Santa Clarita Blue Heat.

Her previous teams include the Houston Dash and Chicago Red Stars.

As an Olympic bronze medalist and a former forward, Sesselmann has played for the Canadian team between 2011 and 2015 and the 2015 FIFA World Cup on a national level.

Presently, she is a soccer trainer who also hosts and produces various fitness programs.

Apart from Sesselmann’s success in women's professional soccer, she is also a graduate of Purdue University and film producer.

1. Alex Morgan

Alexandra Morgan Carrasco, born on July 2, 1989, holds a significant role as co-captain for the National Women’s Soccer League and the U.S. National Women’s Team. Her journey in women's soccer is complemented by her academic achievement, holding a degree from the University of California, Berkeley.

While Alex Morgan is indeed renowned for her beauty, it's important to recognize her for her remarkable achievements in the sport. Notably, she made history as the youngest footballer on the United States roster, scoring crucial goals against France in the semi-finals and Japan in the finals of the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Her accomplishments extend beyond the field, as she has been featured in esteemed publications like Sports Illustrated, Fortune, Time, and Vogue, showcasing her impact both in and out of soccer.

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Christiana Mikesch, CPT
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Christiana Mikesch, CPT is a personal trainer and author with contributions to publications like the Chicago Tribune and Yahoo. She emphasizes a holistic approach to weight loss, combining an energy-fueling diet, goal-oriented workouts, and daily habits. Her approach avoids short-term goals and fosters a lifelong commitment to health and well-being.
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