Soccer is the world's largest sport by far, with an estimated fan base of over 3.5 Billion fans and played in over 200 Countries, it has become the cornerstone sport with huge backing of financial titans throughout the world. Names like “Ronaldo”, “Messi”, “Neymar”, “Pele”, “Kaka”, and “Beckham” all come to mind when thinking about Soccer (or Football, as the rest of the world outside of the United States calls it), but Women's soccer is picking up as well throughout the World. Many of the Top Flight clubs within Canada, United States, South America and Europe are making headlines of all the action that is going on in the world of Female soccer. Endorsements, Sponsorship's and Products are flowing into women's soccer more and more as the popularity of the sport is picking up immensely, even celebrity moms are finding the sport more appealing.
With all the said, we've picked out the Top 12 Hottest Woman's Soccer players (in no particular order) in the past years – Stay tuned for a list of the Hottest Male Soccer players in the World.
Kaylyn McKenzie Kyle, from Saskatchewan Canada, Plays the Midfield position for the Portland Thorns FC and will also play for the Canadian Woman's National soccer team as well. Kaylyn has 89 international caps wearing the #6 Jersey and has recently signed a 3-year endorsement deal with FieldTurf to bring artificial turf to all major competitions. So far, FieldTurf will be gracing the fields of Four of the Six fields that the Women's World Cup games will be played on, including Stadiums from Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Moncton. Kaylyn has had a large role in helping FieldTurf push their Turf products throughout the Soccer community.
Heather Mitts, a 3 Time Gold-Medalist, has recently retired from Women's soccer, but she was widely received as one of the Top defenders in American soccer. Heather Played for the Philadelphia Charge, Boston Breakers, Philadelphia Independence and Atlanta Beat. Heather recently had a child and is now a Network Reporter at SEC. She played for the United States Women's National team from 1999 to 2013 where she won 3-Gold medals, as mentioned previously, in 2004, 2008 and 2012. Mitts Runs a soccer camp that goes throughout the the U.S.A every year and is comprised of 1 Day training sessions where kids learn the basic skills and drills of soccer including, but not limited too the following: Dribbling, Juggling, Footskills, Turning, Receiving, Shooting and 1 on 1's. These camps help kids with build some good foundation for skills necessary to start playing soccer and get into the game more. More info on her soccer camps can be found on her website.