48: Svenja Huth

This has been another consistent and solid year for one of Europe’s most highly-rated strikers. Eight league goals for Turbine Potsdam during 2018 included several winners and she continued to consolidate her spot in the Germany national team. Huth played in all three games at the SheBelieves Cup but saved two of her three international goals for a critical World Cup qualifier in Iceland, a match that all but confirmed Germany’s spot at the World Cup.

Horst Hrubesch, former Germany head coach:

“Svenja was and is a great teamplayer, she has a great personality, she is a leader and she’s very positive on the ball. She’s a fast, tricky player and one of our key players.”


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