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Players to Look Out for at the Women’s Euros


Lauren Hemp

21 year old forward Lauren Hemp is looking to make a big impression in her first major tournament with England.

Hemp currently plays her club football for Manchester City in the WSL, where she has been with the senior team since 2018. In her 57 appearances for The Sky Blues, Hemp has scored 19 times and has registered 19 assists.

In the 2021/22 season Hemp especially proved her importance to the City team, scoring ten goals, her first time reaching double figures in the WSL, and registering a further six assists. Hemp also scored four goals in the FA WSL Cup, which City went on to win and won the PFA Young Player of the Year for a fourth time.

In terms of her time with the senior England team, Hemp has made 21 appearances and has scored seven goals, four of these coming in a single game against Latvia in the 2023 World Cup Qualifying rounds.

Ada Hegerberg

Ada Hegerberg finally made her return to football in the 2021/22 season with Lyon after a long injury break with a stress fracture in her left Tibia. The 26 year old will also make her long-awaited return to the Norwegian national team after she left in 2017 due to a disagreement with the NFF about how they treat women’s football.

Hegerberg has been at Lyon since 2014, where she has scored 154 goals in just 134 appearances, helping the French team to seven Ligue 1 titles, five Coupe de Frances, six Women’s Champions League titles and one Trophee des Championnes.

The Norwegian has the record for most goals in the Women’s Champions League, the most goals in a Women’s Champions League season, most goals for a club in the Women’s Champions League and is the first footballer to score a hat-trick in a Women’s Champions League Final.

For Norway, Hegerberg has scored 42 goals in 70 appearances, and a runners-up medal from the 2013 Women’s Euros. However, after a strong season with Lyon, scoring 16 goals, Hegerberg could add to this tally this summer.

Vivianne Miedema

Arsenal forward Vivianne Miedema will always be one to watch when entering a new season or big tournament.

Miedema’s record for the three clubs she has represented so far shows the raw talent the 25 year old has in front of goal. In 83 appearances for Dutch club SC Heerenveen, Miedema scored 74 goals before earning a move to Bayern Munich. In Germany, Miedema scored 52 goals in her 78 appearances. Since her move to the WSL with Arsenal, Miedema has scored 74 goals in 89 appearances and has won a WSL title and a FA WSL Cup.

For the Netherlands, Miedema is similarly ruthless in attack. She has 94 goals in 111 appearances, making her all-time top scorer for the Netherlands Women national team. Miedema’s international trophy cabinet also includes an Under-19 Women’s Euros win and a win in the 2017 Women’s Euros.

Alexia Putellas

Alexia Putellas is one of the biggest stars out of the Spanish league in recent seasons, with her Barcelona team dominating.

In 2021/22 alone, Putellas scored 17 goals in 19 appearances for Barcelona, winning the Primera Division completely unbeaten, winning the Copa de la Reina, winning the Supercopa de Espana and reaching a successive Women’s Champions League Final - though this time losing 3 - 1 to Lyon.

Overall, for Barcelona, Putellas has scored 119 goals in 275 appearances, winning seven Primera Division titles, a Women’s Champions League, six Copa de la Reinas, two Supercopa de Espanas and seven Copa Catalunya. In her time at Barcelona, Putellas has also won the Ballon d’Or Feminin, The Best Fifa Women’s Player and the Uefa Women’s Player of the Year.

For Spain, Putellas has only won the Algarve Cup, the Cyprus Cup and the Uefa Women’s Under-17 Championship back in 2010 and 2011. Despite no big international tournament wins, Putellas has 27 goals in her 100 Spain appearances.

Lea Schuller

Lea Schuller is yet another exciting forward to look for at this summer’s Women’s Euros. Schuller currently plays in her native Germany for Bayern Munich and has been active for the German national team since 2017.

Schuller moved from SGS Essen, whom she made 125 appearances for and scored 62 goals, to Bayern Munich in 2020. Since this move, Schuller has made 38 appearances for the Bavarian club, scoring 29 goals, winning her first Bundesliga title in the same season.

For Germany, Schuller has scored 25 goals in 39 appearances, her most impressive performance for the German team coming in a game against the Czech Republic where she scored all four goals in a 4 - 0 win.

Germany have won the most Women’s Euros ever, with eight wins, Schuller will be hoping to help Germany back to Euros glory.