73 of the current 552 women’s World Cup players train in American clubs when they do not compete for the selections of their respective countries. It is not surprising that this is the case, since the conditions in that country are better, from the facilities to the salaries, to the public attention they receive. These factors help most elite players concentrate on a few countries.
“Many women change teams because they seek to face new challenges and opportunities for improvement,” says DW Gitta Axmann of the Institute of Sociology and Gender Research at the German High School in Cologne. In addition to sporting reasons, his decision also relates to the conditions surrounding his work.
There are many teams that can barely afford a coach, travel expenses, and even balloons and sneakers. United States Football clubs are often at the top of the international rankings, which may in part, be because “men’s football is barely settled there,” Axmann says. “Male Balompie is considered a sport of its own.” For this reason, women do not have to compete with male teams for attention, as elsewhere.
- Marta Vieira (Brazil) is considered one of the best footballers in Brazil. With achievements such as winning six times the FIFA World Player from 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2018, is a player that accumulates the most awards of the FIFA, beating Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
- Mia Hamm (United States) has several wins in his career, among them, is two times world champion (1991 and 1999); gold Medal in the OLYMPICS (1996 and 2004); Player of the Year by the FIFA in 2001 and 2002. There is no doubt that the great performance of this player well deserves her recognitions.
- Abby Wambach (United States) is the holder of the Golden Ball Female 2012. The front is inscribed in the history of football to the selection of the United States as the third-place winner of the Women’s World Cup 2003, running three incredible goals.
- Birgit Prinz (Germany), a leading player in Germany, has been named a German Footballer of the year more than seven times. It has reached eight national titles. Is a player that always seeks to overcome its own brands, and that is what has led you to where you are.
- Nadine Angerer (Germany), concierge stands out for being undefeated in the 2007 World Cup. In addition, Marta Vieira was arrested for a criminal, no doubt a memorable feat.
- Michelle Anne Akers (United States) starred in major victories of the 1991 and 1999 Women’s World Cup, winning the Golden Boot in 1991. In 2002, the FIFA named the player of the century, and, after two years, He returned to run for a seat in the top 125 footballers alive before the commission of the FIFA.
- Sun Wen (China) is the maximum scorer of the history of the Selection of China with 106 goals in 152 games; he won the Golden Ball and the Golden Boot for his performance in the FIFA Women’s World Cup FIFA 1999. She was named the 20th century player by FIFA along with Michelle Akers.
- Their 49 years Hege Riise (Norway) has won everything in his football career among the titles that stand out is the Women’s World Cup the FIFA in 1995, the European Championship of the UEFA in 1993, the Golden ball in Sweden in 1995 and the gold medal in the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000.
- Alex Morgan (United States) gave what to talk about at the recent Women’s World Cup, being the star player of his team. In the first match, she scored five goals and became the second player to score that number of goals in the same match. She was later named the American Female Footballer of the year.
- Omare Sawa (Japan) also played in the selection of the United States. As captain of the Japanese football team, she won the 2011 Women’s soccer World Cup and was also declared Best Footballer of the year 2011 by FIFA.