56. Caroline Seger

Top 100 2019 Caroline Seger

Despite coming into the twlight years of her career, the Swedish legend jumps back up in the rankings this year, likely in no small part to her role in helping FC Rosengard win back the Damallsvenskan title in 2019. The midfielder started 16 of the team’s 22 league games, finding the net three times from midfield including a goal against last season’s defending champions Pitea IF. Unsurprisingly, her quality and experience ensured she was a regular for Sweden at the summer’s World Cup and there were few players more deserving of a bronze medal than Seger. She played 90 minutes in all but two of their seven games plus extra-time against the Netherlands in the semi-final defeat. It may be the last time we see Seger at a World Cup but her performances at club level show she has plenty left to give.

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Top 100 Women’s Footballers of 2019 – Results

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