81: Selma Bacha

At 18, Bacha’s name should become far more familiar in years to come. She is the youngest player to break into this list after making a greater impact than any teenager could hope for at Europe’s top level. The young Lyon left-back has regularly chipped in with assists for her teammates and even found the net in a recent Champions League tie against Ajax. Bacha played every one of France’s games at the Under-20 World Cup and it seems only a matter of time before she receives a senior call-up. Time will tell whether it arrives in time for next summer’s showpiece tournament.

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Top 100 Women’s Footballers of 2018 – Results

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