Excitement is often the kind of mood that oozes out from the body language of football administrators when a football youngster is gradually building a name for him or herself in the team’s academy.
More often than not we’ve seen male football youngsters go on to achieve great success, after going through proper monitoring, tutoring, and nurturing right from a young age.
While these also apply to female football youngsters also, the question is ever wondered who’s the current women’s football youngsters in the world?
Women’s Top 5 Youngsters In Football
Jule Brand – (Hoffenheim)
Jule Brand has been lighting up both the European competition and Frauen-Bundesliga, as well as the international stages with her brilliant speedy trajectory with Hoffenheim in Germany.
The 19-year-old star made her Frauen-Bundesliga debut from the bench in a 3-1 defeat to Turbine Potsdam at the age of 17, and since then she’s been slowly introduced into the team as a proper starter.
With that dream debut for the youngster, it was quite evident that she possesses a brilliant talent that should stand her out amongst her pairs in the Frauen-Bundesliga.
Having announced herself during her debut as German women’s football next big thing, she keeps improving her football with consistent and more dynamic performances when called upon which is no doubt a big testament to how good she would be going forward.
Hanna Bennison – (Everton)
Bennison has been showcasing her talent right from her time at Rosengard at a very young age of 15, becoming a regular in the midfield for the Damallsvenskan side and also winning the league title with the team.
The 19-year-old Swedish is blessed with wonderful techniques, physicality, and a great eye for goal which makes many liken her to Sweden’s great Henrik Larsson.
Her impeccable trajectory and impressive performances got her invited to the Sweden national team in 2019, and since then she’s been one of the country’s finest players that the coach of the team can rely on in the crunches of time.
Bennison now plays her football with Everton in the Women’s WSL, having joined the Toffees in 2021 from Rosengard on a four-year contract with a fee reported to be a substantial six-figure sum.
Nikita Tromp – (Ajax)
Vivianne Miedema is obviously the biggest Dutch female footballer right now plying her trade with Arsenal with a total of goals to her name, however, despite being the biggest name on the lips of the Dutch fans one name also found a way to be in their mind.
The Ajax wonder-kid Nikita Tromp first announced herself as the next superstar after Miedema during the U17 Championship, where she broke Arsenal’s forward goal record by seven more than the actual number of goals.
Tromp is see as a very versatile youngster who can also play as an out and out forward and a proper number 10 with a very direct and attacking mindset when going forward.
With her development at one of the finest teams in world football, the 19-year-old is contracted with Ajax until 2022, and should any top team wants her service in the future they would have to pay through their nose for their superstar.
Claudia Pina – (Barcelona)
Claudia Pina is gradually growing and building a name for herself in a star-studded Barcelona with her sheer brilliance for LaLiga feminine champions.
Pina made her debut for the Blaugrana women’s senior team at the age of 16, and she has since become one of the most important player for the team both in the league and Women’s UEFA Champions League.
The 20-year-old forward is a very trickery attacker who is quite good on the ball with enviable composure and confidence, which has often stood her out especially for her eyes for goals when she finds herself in the box.
Her goalscoring record at youth level for Spain women’s national team back in 2020 with 37 goals was a testament to how fantastic Pina’s talent is for both Barcelona and Spain.
Lauren James – (Chelsea)
When Lauren James made her league debut for Manchester United, she stole the show with her impeccable performance, agility, skill and power to bump forward.
Even when she moved to Chelsea all of that qualities are still very much present in her game, and that has made her one of England’s finest full-back that any manager in the world can rely on when call upon.
Although there are other areas of her game that needs improvement off and on the ball, however, she’s continue to show hunger and zeal in her performance for the Blues ladies.
Having looked at the trajectories and the impressive performances all of these players have shone out within the time they burst into limelight, we could boldly say they would go on to take the women’s football by storm should they keep up their consistency.
However, for those who don’t make into the top five list they will make the top ten, having been so brilliant and consistent with their respective performances too.
Haley Bugeja – (Sassuolo)
Mary Fowler – (Montpellier)
Maya Le Tissier – (Brighton)
Maika Hamano – (INAC Kobe)
Jordyn Huitema – (Paris Saint Germain)