To be honest, female athletes are more often a beauty to behold, as such female footballers are definitely no exception, they might not be as swift as the male footballers in terms of speed, ruggedness, and toughness. One particular thing that works for them, and also makes the fans stay glue to their screen is the kind of beauty some of these sexiest African female footballers possess.
No doubt we’ve seen some female footballers looks very skinny and not that sexy or hot, due to their excessive training which in one way or the other has shrunk their muscles and makes their beauty fade out, despite all of that we’ve also seen some female footballers who are quite very sexy and beautiful.
It’s no news that the male footballers are been followed by a lot of fans, due to what football is synonymous with, ‘dominated by the male’, and they’re usually prone to make the headlines, with their cuteness and physical attractiveness.
However, female football fandom is gradually gaining great popularity all over the world, but there is nothing better than watching beautiful ladies playing the beautiful game of football we all love.
Today in our piece, Today we’ve come up with a list of sexiest African female footballers.
Rafiloe Jane – (South Africa & AC Milan)
Jane is a South Africa midfielder who plies her trade in Italy with AC Milan feminine, the former Canberra United midfielder has a natural beauty that could make you mistake her for a beauty queen.
She is a mixture of beauty, hotness, and talent, she may have not won the AWCON, just like some of the female players that have won it, she has great football techniques every manager would really want in a player.
Besides been the assistant captain of the Bayana Bayana of South Africa, she’s also a great figure for South Africa’s football enthusiast, not because of anything, but because of her talent. She also has quite the knack for keeping guy’s stare at her—and we’re not surprised she makes our list of sexiest African female footballers.
Asisat Oshoala – (Nigeria & Barcelona)
The Ebony looking Barcelona forward is no doubt the best female footballer in Africa currently, Oshoala persona isn’t just about the round leather game, she also has this cheerful aura that could make men want to have her.
Some were of the opinion that she looks like a tom-boy, the Super Falcons captain may not be as endowed as a run-way model, but she does possess that beauty. Here’s the secret, men are into tom-boy and men will so often be compelled to her ways of life seeing that trademarks and she sure would fulfill a man’s fantasy desires.
Francisca Ordega – (Nigeria & Shanghai Shengli)
Beautiful, gorgeous, and smart-looking 26 years old Franny as she’s Christian by her fans, Ordega is a forward for the Super Falcons of Nigeria and Shanghai Shengli.
Ordega is another Nigeria female footballer that is also well known for her friendly nature, aside from that she’s also that sexy and beautiful lady that catches your attention in midst of many with her fair-looking complexion and admirable face that could make most men want to have her to themselves.
The former Sydney FC forward doesn’t just have a stunning beauty, she also has well-shaped hips and sizable bosoms, and one thing that would make her fans want to watch her play is, her exceptional sense of fashion when she dresses off and on the pitch of play.
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Courtney Dike – (Nigeria & Oklahoma State)
The sister to former Super Eagles striker Bright Dike is also among our hottest female footballer in Africa, Courtney possesses attractive bosoms men can’t help but stare at anytime the American born Nigeria forward takes to the pitch.
Lots of Nigerian football enthusiasts referred to her as the sexiest African female footballer, not because of anything, but simply because of her height, well-rounded backside, and her melanin beauty. The energy she reflects is very sweet mainly because of her stunning beauty.
In fact, some were of the opinion that her sparkling beauty could be attributed to her growing up abroad. Her perfectly straight, charming smile is amazing with a glow to her cheeks too as her face lights up and subsequently creating a warm atmosphere to those around her as well.
Linda Motlhalo – (South Africa & Djurgardens IF)
Known as the ‘Randfontein Ronaldinho‘, she’s is a South Africa football midfielder, and also plies her trade in the Swedish women league, and with the grit and elegance she shows anything she takes to the pitch to play, Linda always comes with a bag full of skills, and panache.
The Bayana Bayana Ronaldinho is one of the most beautiful players in the South Africa female national team, no doubt why she’s been well followed on social media by many football enthusiasts back in South Africa.
The tall and fair skin complexion midfielder is definitely a beauty, her pretty smile gives her a glow that takes everyone’s breath away.
Florence Dadson – (Ghana & Gulf Coast Texans)
Dadson is a Ghanaian football player who currently plies her trade with Gulf Coast Texans FC, and she has also represented her country at the U17 and U20 levels, even at some point she was selected as a standby player for the Black Queens of Ghana.
Dadson has played most of her games in the forward position, and she’s not only well known for her trickery and speed on the pitch, but she’s also known for her stunning beauty which made fellow Ghanaian professional male footballer David Accam tie the knot, she might not top the list of sexiest African female footballers, but she’s a beauty to behold.
The U20 forward isn’t just a sexy and gorgeous footballer, she’s also a graduate from the Robert Morris University, perhaps that is the reason behind her exceptional sense of fashion, and she also has a very sexy body which she isn’t afraid to show.
Ida Guehai – (Ivory Coast & EDF Logrono)
Guehai is an Ivorian professional footballer, she also represents EDF Logrono in the Spanish Iberdrola Feminine in Spain, an illness may have taken a toe on her career in 2018 when she was diagnosed with cardiovascular deficiencies, but that doesn’t put a dent on beauty.
She’s is one of the hottest female footballers on the continent, and she has always been one of the important players for the Ivorian female national team because of what she usually brings to the table anytime she’s been called upon.
The Logrono star surely possesses all of the sexy attributes any man would want in a woman, as such it isn’t a mistake to have her on our list of the sexiest African female footballers on the continent.
Guehai eyes speak soul mother dialect which of course means that she will read your intentions through her ability to analyze people with her heart rather than first impressions and a woman that sees things through with her heart, is considered stunningly beautiful in every sense. Would you agree less?.
Desire Oparanozie – (Nigeria & Unattached)
The former Super Falcons captain Oparanozie is no doubt one of the hottest female footballers in Africa, she has been part of the Nigeria Women national team set up for the past seven years or thereabout.
Desire is one player that is well endowed with well-shaped bosoms and great figure eight, her beauty brightens up everything around her with their glowing qualities, the reason why she’s regarded as one of the sexiest Nigerian football stars.
Desire is a strong-willed, powerfully minded, and downright fascinatingly beautiful 26-year-old forward. So pretty that a man would be dazed for minutes looking at her and actually excited by her glaringly seeming beauty. She isn’t just known for her beauty alone, she’s also known for her sharpness and doggedness in front of the goal, for both country and club respectively.
Linda Eshun – (Ghana & Hasaacas Ladies)
Eshun is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a defender for the Black Queens of Ghana and her club based in Ghana, she also represents the Black Queens at the 2014 AWCON.
The Ghanaian defender may not be one of the best defenders around, but definitely, she’s a beauty. Compared to other footballers, Linda does possess an awesome figure which makes her look very stunning on the field. Having a good sense of fashion speaks the language of beauty that’s divine and pure and rather preserved. That type of beauty given to a woman especially is a gift of life.
The new Paradigm Sports Management property may not be plying her trade in Europe now, having recently left Icelandic side Grindavik FC, but with her been managed by her new management, she could earn a move abroad soon.
Estelle Johnson – (Cameroon & Sky Blue FC)
The fair skin American born, Cameroon international became interested in playing for the Cameroonian after watching the team qualified for the round of 16 at the 2015 FIFA World Cup, albeit she struggled to work out the details with the team, but thanks to coach Alain Djeumfa who helped her finalized the details.
Johnson is no doubt one of the hottest and sexiest female footballers in the Indomitable Lioness set up, she may not be born on the continent just like her colleagues, she’s definitely one of the best players for the Cameroonian women national team.
The fair-skinned defender is one of the players on our list of sexiest African female footballers. Her glazy eyes are enough of beauty and have the power to have you glued into staring at it as it stares them down before you know it, you’re lost.
Johnson isn’t just beautiful, she’s also very tall and well structured with good sexy shape, without mincing words she has an admirable lanky physique that is considered to be attractive.
Do you have any other players who could make our list of sexiest African female footballers? Please don’t hesitate to drop your suggestions in the comment box.
FIFA Congress To Decide Future Host Of FIFA Women’s World Cup™
Council assigns FIFA Women’s World Cup™ hosting decision to the football governing body’s Congress; also approves financial statements for 2020 and budget for 2022.
Meeting by video conference, the Council conferred to the Congress the decision to award Women’s World Cup™ hosting rights.
Until now, the decision has been taken by the FIFA Council, most recently in June 2020 when the hosting rights for the 2023 edition were awarded to Australia and New Zealand.
As the football governing body seeks to raise the profile of the women’s game, this represents a significant step to bring the Women’s World Cup in line with the flagship men’s competition.
The proposal will be put forward for a final decision by the 71st FIFA Congress, which will meet virtually (for the second time) on 21 May.
International match calendar and release of players.
The FIFA Council received a report on the international football situation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bureau of the Council had extended to April 2021 the temporary amendments to the Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players regarding the release of players for international duty, and FIFA, the confederations, and its member associations remain in dialogue with national authorities about exemptions from quarantine rules for national team players.
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The FIFA Council recognized that the highest priority in football is the health of the players, and therefore the discussion around the release of players for international duty must maintain this perspective, especially as the public health situation develops around the world.
2020 financials and 2022 budget
The Council also approved the organization’s Annual Report, which contains the financial statements for 2020 and the budget for 2022.
The FIFA Annual Report 2020 focuses on the role played by world football’s governing body in the fight against COVID-19, primarily through the unprecedented COVID-19 Relief Plan, which has made available USD 1.5 billion to support FIFA’s 211 member associations and the confederations through times of financial uncertainty.
The FIFA Annual Report 2020 is available on the official site.
FIFA Arab Cup 2021™
The Council approved the competition regulations for the FIFA Arab Cup 2021, confirming the match schedule and draw procedure for the competition taking place in Qatar from 1 to 18 December this year.
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Fédération Internationale de Football Association.
Paul Onuachu: A Victim Of Tactical Deficiency
Ever wondered why Genk forward Paul Onuachu has always been a prolific figure for his club and find it hard to replicate that form with the Super Eagles when invited?
The Nigeria international has been in awesome form for the Blue-White, scoring 26 goals in the Jupiler League this season for Genk, while his scoring prowess at his club has been a contrast to his form with the national team under Gernot Rohr scoring just once in 9 games despite being a top performer at club level.
Ahead of the AFCON qualifier doubleheader against Lesotho and the Benin Republic, Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr named his 23 man list with the inform former Midtjylland forward listed as one of the standby players.
Onuachu’s struggles with the Super Eagles in previous games he featured is quite baffling, considering the excitement that greeted his first appearance with the national team plus the impressive form he’s currently in.
The job of every manager is to find a suitable position or fashion out tactics that would be suitable for their players in other to blend with the team approaches to every match. In Onuachu’s case, he hasn’t been fortunate enough to blend in with Rohr’s tactics. While at club level, Midtjylland plays to his strength.
However, due to Napoli’s players been restricted from traveling, the Genk forward made it through the backdoor to replace Gernot Rohr’s number one forward Victor Osimhen who hasn’t really hit the ground running with the ‘Partenopei‘, but when with the Eagles, he never fails to deliver.
It’s no doubt that the lanky striker has failed to deliver in his previous games, disappointing the ever-demanding Nigerian football enthusiasts with unforgiving backlashes from the fans. However, his prolific prowess with his club suggests otherwise and consistently makes a case for him to be integrated into the team with a different tactical approach that suits his style.
The era of a target man may have been long gone in football due to the advent of new tactics that have brought about a series of changes in the game. With managers preferring to go with a fast, skillful, or makeshift winger- kind of striker, instead of a target man.
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Looking at how Paul Onuachu plays with Genk upfront shows he’s one of the best target men in football, despite been perceived by many as a slow and old-fashioned kind of forward. However, John van den Bromm has been able to carve out a tactic that suits him which has been evident with his prolific form irrespective of his style of play.
Onuachu’s Super Eagle future might be on the knife-edge with Gernot Rohr not finding the right tactics that suit the Genk forward, especially with him not been consider as the go-to man despite his blistering runs of form in Belgium.
In recent times Rohr’s philosophy of vibrant attacking football with an emphasis on passing in the final third which requires the expertise of brilliant players to implement such tactics hasn’t really favored him.
Having a player in the mold of Onuachu gives Rohr another tactical option and an alternative style of play should the initial approach fails to work as expected, but the German tactician hasn’t really taken advantage of what the man could offer with a different opponent.
Onuachu’s presence in the Super Eagles team should be an added advantage in terms of variety when the normal approach of the manager fails. With an in-form striker on the bench, it could prove valuable, but in the former Midtjylland’s case, Gernot Rohr doesn’t seem to see him as a player that has a future with the national team.
Players in the mold of the Nigerian are quite physically imposing as the point man, though they may not offer the team excellent off-the-ball movement in some cases. However, they often find a way to provide an opportunity which the team could utilize when attacking or defending.
Onuachu’s inability to show a good turn of pace and smart footwork may have been one of the deficiencies that are affecting his chances of blending perfectly into the team.
However, the job of a manager is to help players blend in perfectly, and that’s exactly what Gernot Rohr should be doing. Not only for Onuachu but for every other player who are always finding it hard to replicate club form with the National Team.