The Best FIFA Women's Player 2019.

Lucy Bronze

Lucy Bronze – Lyon .

She has won the league, cup and UEFA Women’s Champions League treble, by helping England to the semi-finals of the just concluded FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Julie Ertz

Scored eight goals and picked up seven assists in her 2018 club campaign with Chicago Red Stars.

Caroline Graham Hansen

Now with Barcelona, she has picked up a league and cup double with Wolfsburg last season. A winger with great technique and vision, picked up two Player of the Match awards over five games.

Ada Hegerberg

Ada Hegerberg is with a league, cup and Women’s Champions League treble with Lyon. She finished second in the scoring charts of both France’s D1 Feminine and the Champions League.

Amandine Henry

Amandine Henry was part of Lyon’s treble-winning side that stormed to victory in the league, cup and Women’s Champions League.

Sam Kerr

Top scorer in the 2018 NWSL, top scorer in 2018/19 W-League – Sam Kerr certainly knows how to find the net. The Australian also bagged five goals in four games for the Matildas at France 2019, showing her well-rounded skill-set by scoring with her left foot, right foot and head.

Rose Lavelle

Rose Lavelle watched the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 Final in a pizza shop. Four years later, the diminutive and creative midfielder played – and scored – in the France 2019 decider and claimed the adidas Bronze Ball as the tournament’s third-best player.

Vivianne Miedema

2019 was a very successful year for Vivianne Miedema – for both club and country. As well as helping the Netherlands to their first Women’s World Cup Final, the Arsenal goal-getter won the FA Women’s Super League, finished top goalscorer in England and was named the PFA Player of the Year.

Alex Morgan

One of the biggest stars in women’s football, Alex Morgan was awarded the France 2019 adidas Silver Boot having scored six goals at the tournament. Five of those came against Thailand which equalled Michelle Akers’ record for goals in a Women’s World Cup game, while the other was a decisive header against England in the semi-finals.

Megan Rapinoe

2019 was a special year in the storied career of Megan Rapinoe. Women’s World Cup success with USA was capped with the adidas Golden Ball and Golden Boot, reflecting the integral part she played in adding a fourth star to her country’s jersey. Rapinoe found the net in all of USA’s knockout games in which she featured at France 2019.

Wendie Renard

Wendie Renard was at the heart of the Lyon defence that conceded just six league goals in 22 games in 2018/19. Her specialities are not just limited to the backline, though. The towering defender’s four goals, three of which were headers, helped France to the Women’s World Cup quarter-finals.

Ellen White

Now at Manchester City, she netted match-winning goals against Scotland and Japan at France 2019.