Women Football: World Best Young Footballers of 2020 (part 2)

Kate Wiesner | Penn State

Penn State’s training furnace continues to bring talents to the American women’s football village. After Alyssa Naeher and Ali Krieger, World Cup champions in 2015 and 2019, it produced yet another promising star.

Coach Erica Dambach, who has worked with countless outstanding players during the 13 years at this club, confirmed that Kate Wiesner is a world-class player and she will prove it at this club. .

Wiesner can play well in both the left and left wing positions. Although only 19 years old, she has a lot of experience playing internationally. She was even called into the US U19 squad when she was only 16 years old.

Contributing to the typical team of the North American Championship under the age of U17 in 2018, Wiesner converges all factors to become an indispensable name in the US national team in the future.

Gift Monday | FC Robo

The launch of Gift Monday in Nigeria’s shirt in September 2019 marked the first steps in the path to the peak of this talent. The 18-year-old was the star of the Blue Eagle at the U20 Women’s World Cup in 2018. There, she showed great qualities to join the team in the quarterfinals.

Mary Fowler | Montpellier

Mary Fowler, age 16, is an unexpected addition to the list of Australia’s squad for the 2019 women’s soccer World Cup. 15 years and 162 days. Fowler did not play for a minute at the 2019 World Cup. But when she returned to Australia, she made a great impression in Adelaide United despite only sticking with this team for a short time.

Melchie Dumornay | AS Tigresses

Haiti is not the country that produced so many football stars in history, but now they have Melchie Dumornay, a very special talent. In 2018, the midfielder was featured in the CONCACAF Regional Team of the Two U20 Championships. Just before that, she did the same thing at CONCACAF U17, even winning the Golden Ball title here.