NXGN 2021: The 10 best wonderkids in women's football
Goal counts down the top talents born on or after January 1, 2002 from all around the world making a name for themselves in the women's game...
Juliet Nalukenge was named Uganda Women’s Footballer of the Year 2019 and is already capped at senior level and harbours her own dreams of playing professionally in Europe. At this rate, it will not be long before she realises them.
Not many people in Italy had heard of Haley Bugeja when the 16-year-old joined Sassuolo last summer, but when she started her Serie A career with six goals in her first seven games, suddenly everyone knew her name.
Hanna Bennison has been showcasing that talent at senior level ever since her debut for Rosengard as a 15-year-old, becoming a regular in midfield the following year as the club won the Damallsvenskan title.
After what had been a difficult year, with injury limiting her to only five starts 2020, it was a reminder of why Bennison is so deserving of being recognised as one of the best young talents in the world.
Check out our countdown to find out where Nalukenge, Bugeja, Bennison and the other top 10 women's wonderkids finished in NXGN 2021.
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