Top 10 Hottest Women Footballers in the World

Here is the list of Top 10 Hottest Women Soccer in the World

10. Adriana Leon (Canada)

Adriana Kristina Leon is a Canadian professional soccer player for Western New York Flash in the National Women's Soccer League. She previously played for Chicago Red Stars in the NWSL and is a member of the Canada women's national soccer team.
9. Lauri Byrne (USA)

8. Toni Duggan (England)

Toni Duggan is an English footballer who plays as a winger or as a forward, for Manchester City and the England women's national football team.
7. Ellyse Perry (Australia)

Ellyse Alexandra Perry is an Australian sportswoman who made her debut for both the Australian cricket and the Australian women's national soccer team at the age of 16.
6. Kasovare Asllani (Sweden)

Kosovare Asllani is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for Sweden women's national football team. Nicknamed Kosse, Asllani is a proficient striker, possessing great speed and technique in her game.
5. Anouk Hoogendijk (Netherlands)

Anouk Anna Hoogendijk is a Dutch footballer for the Dutch national team as a midfielder or defender, currently playing for Ajax. She played for Bristol Academy Women in the inaugural 2011 FA WSL campaign.
4. Lauren Sesselmann (Canada)

Lauren Marie Sesselmann is an American-born Canadian soccer defender, former forward and Olympic bronze medalist who currently plays for Houston Dash in the National Women's Soccer League.
3. Alex Morgan (USA)

Alexandra "Alex" Patricia Morgan Carrasco, née Alexandra Patricia Morgan, is an American soccer player, Olympic gold medalist, and FIFA Women's World Cup champion.
2. Julia Simic (Germany)

Julia Simic is a professional women's footballer for VfL Wolfsburg. She has also played for several of Germany's youth teams. She also posed for the German Playboy in the German issue, along with several of the other German national team members.
1. Jonelle Filigno (Canada)

Jonelle Filigno is a Canadian soccer player for Sky Blue FC in the NWSL. She is also a member of the Canadian national team, with whom she won Olympic bronze at London 2012.