1. Alex Morgan Robert Cianflone / Getty Images Team: United StatesPosition: ForwardInspirational stat: This California native gained international acclaim when she snagged the winning goal in the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup, securing the United States' victory over North Korea. This moment was later sanctified by FIFA when it was named Goal of the Tournament. 2. Marta Vieira da Silva Frederick Breedon / Getty Images Team: BrazilPosition: ForwardInspirational stat: The Brazilian superstar has snagged FIFA's Player of the Year award five years in a row — beginning in 2006, when she was just 20 years old. She's widely considered one of the best players of her generation. 3. Sarah Bouhaddi Michael Regan / Getty Images Team: FrancePosition: GoalkeeperInspiring stat: Bouhaddi has claimed three consecutive Goalkeeper of the Year awards from the International Federation of Football. In addition, she's got 137 caps for France to her name — all beginning when she started at 17 on France's national team. 4. Sole Jaimes Kenzo Tribouillard / AFP / Getty Images Team: ArgentinaPosition: ForwardInspirational stat: With childhood boxing under her belt and, of course, years of football experience to boot, Sole Jaimes is a formidable force to be reckoned with. Jaimes has six international goals to her name, as well as two starring roles in FIFA U-20 Women's World Cups. 5. Dzsenifer Marozsán Maja Hitij / Getty Images Team: GermanyPosition: MidfielderInspiring stat: Marozsán was the youngest person to ever play in the Bundesliga, a professional football league in Germany — when she was just 14 years old. 6. Sam Kerr Michael Ciaglo / Getty Images Team: AustraliaPosition: ForwardInspirational stat: Sam Kerr made her international debut at just 15 years old, and in 2018 was awarded Young Australian of the Year. 7. Christine Sinclair Elsa / Getty Images Team: CanadaPosition: ForwardInspirational stat: By technical standards, Christine Sinclair is Canada's most successful soccer player to date, with 180 career international goals as of 2019. Oh, and she's got great taste: Her favorite TV show is Grey's Anatomy. 8. Eugénie Le Sommer Francois Xavier Marit / AFP / Getty Images / Via gettyimages.com Team: FrancePosition: ForwardInspirational stat: The 30-year-old scored the first goal of the 2019 Women's World Cup in France's match with South Korea, kicking things off in the most impressive manner possible. 9. Megan Rapinoe Robert Cianflone / Getty Images Team: United StatesPosition: ForwardInspirational stat: This American forward, who has both an Olympic gold medal and an appearance on a Japanese game show on her résumé, has snagged 44 goals and 57 assists, which is the fifth highest in the history of the US team.