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Male football has over the years dominated female’s football in terms of acceptance, popularity, and the influence it has on young kids who also wants to play the beautiful game of football.
While women’s football is still restricted or banned in some countries, it must be said that in recent time women’s football has grown exponentially at all levels.
With the kind of impact, passion, potentials women’s football has shown the world in terms of the vast opportunities imbedded in it, there’s a need to ask who are the next future youngsters that would take the women’s football world by storm?
Here are the next women’s football youngsters in the world, according to goal.com
Aline Gomes – (Brazil & Ferroviaria)
For those who don’t have deep knowledge about Aline Gomes, this is a great opportunity to know more about the youngster who is capable of playing as a centre-forward and a winger.
Gomes first caught the eye of many at the U-17 and U-20 World Cups, where she nailed down a regular shirt as a starter for the Brazil and Ferroviaria in the Brazilian top-flight.
Aline was so good that she was selected as the Brazilian top-flight ‘Revelation of the Season‘ despite not 18 yet, but she’s so talented that many regarded her as the next big thing for Brazilian women’s football.
Linda Caicedo – (Colombia & Real Madrid)
The exploit of Linda Caicedo at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup at India in 2022 is still very fresh in the memory of those who saw her dazzled and mesmerized defenders at the tournament.
Caicedo first came to limelight when she debuted for America de Cali at the age of 14 in the Colombian top-division, where she helped the team won it’s first ever title.
The Real Madrid feminine forward may be young, but she’s a brilliant footballer who oozes a lot of confidence and also have a deep knowledge of the game.
Though she still young but she has achieved quite a lot of success at that age winning a title with Deportivo Cali, joint top-scorer in the Copa Libertadores, Silver Ball and Bronze Boot in the U-17 World Cup final, Player of the Tournament and Player of the Match in the final of the Copa America.
Aoba Fujino – (Japan & Tokyo Verdy Beleza)
Japanese football has been on the upward trajectory in recent years in terms of their of talent production both in women’s and men’s football, as such the emergence of Aoba Fujino wasn’t a surprise.
Fujino was part of Japan’s U-16 squad that won the AFC Championship in 2019 where she outrightly announced herself as Japanese nextgen, and her exploit at the 2022 U-20 World Cup where she helped Japan got to the final.
While the world await her at the grandest of stages perhaps at this year Women’s World Cup in Australia and new Zealand, it must be said that she’s a brilliant footballer who is technically and tactically gifted with more to learn though.
Wieke Kaptein – (Netherlands & Twente)
At the tender-age of 16 Kaptein became a champion with Twente, when her club decided to keep her around when she was caught-up with representing her national team at the Euro-U-17 or stay with her club.
Kaptein was so good and mature that she signed her first professional contract at 15, she also debuted in the Champions League at the same age which credence to her maturity on the ball.
With women’s football now on the ascendency in terms of growth and acceptance, it’s a matter of time before Kaptein leaves her comfort-zone to go join one of Europe’s biggest clubs.
Franziska Kett – (Germany & Bayern Munich)
If there’s any player who is worthy of praise for how wonderful she’s been for Die Roten feminine at her age, it is Franzsika Kett.
The young winger broke into Bayern Munich’s first team at a very young age, having arrived the club from FC Edenstetten where she impressed in a boy’s team.
She made her senior debut for Die Roten’s feminine at the start of the 2022-23 Frauen-Bundesliga season, and she has since become an important figure in the team due to her creativity and ability to conjure magic when summon.
Vicky Lopez – (Spain & Barcelona)
Lopez fully announced herself as one of finest nextgen at the Euro U-17 in 2022, where she stood out as one of the stand-out performers in a tournament that saw Spain reach the final.
Though she couldn’t win the Euro U-17 with Spain after losing to Germany in the final, but she was able to erase the pain of losing to Germany by winning the Golden Ball and Women’s U-17 World Cup in India.
Monique Ngock – (Cameroon & Reims)
The year 2022 turned out to be an amazing season for Ngock when she won Cameroon’s Best Player of the Year, having impressed at the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations.
Following her impressive display at the AWCON, the deed-lying midfielder signed her professional contract with one of Europe’s best club in terms of developing youngsters.
Should Ngock continue to impress with her technicality and excellent awareness on the ball, it’s a matter of time before some of the big clubs would come calling for her signature.
Jaedyn Shaw – (United States & San Diego Wave)
Shaw is one of the best NWSL talents who etched her name into the league record books by becoming the youngest player in the history of the league to score on her debut.
Though she’s not become a regular in San Diego Wave team, however, finishing her debut season with three goals from seven games it’s a testament to what to expect from her in the future.
Whether Shaw will leave to her hype or not is left to be seen, but it must be said that she’s a joy to watch anytime, any-day when she takes to the pitch.
Alyssa Thompson – (United States – Angel City)
Thompson first caught the eye when she was playing with a team four years above her age group, which shows she can survive in any environment she found herself.
She became number one overall pick in the 2023 NWSL Draft as the youngest pick in history of the league which give credence to her talent.
With less than 100-days to the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, luck could smile on her and be included in the United States’ squad to the quadrennial tournament this year.
This article was updated 3 months ago