77. Magdalena Eriksson

Top 100 2019 Magdalena Eriksson

Given her quality and the fact she’s now 26, it’s a surprise that this is the first year the Swede with a wand of a left foot features here. Eriksson has remained a regular in the starting line-ups for both Chelsea and Sweden, helping her club to a Champions League semi-final and her country to a World Cup bronze medal. Eriksson played in every game of Sweden’s run to the semi-finals and returned to her club to be named the new captain for Chelsea after the retirement of Karen Carney. At left-back, she continues to create chances with her accurate crossing and passing ability and there’s no doubt now she’s well established as one of the best all round full-backs in the game.

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Top 100 Women’s Footballers of 2019 – Results

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