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Top 20 women's football teams in the world (all levels of play)

Discussion in 'Women's International' started by WPS_Movement, Sep 12, 2013.

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  1. WPS_Movement

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    It's that time.
    Time to "Combine" all levels of play.
    International and club.

    Who are the Top 20 teams in the world in terms of "Mystique" and overall Fame (and Reputable) ???
    Let's reveal the list, shall we ..........

    This just in. The list has been expanded to Top 23.


    Top 23
    1.) U.S Women's National Team (most famous women's team in the world)
    2.) Lyon (when you combine Schelin, Abily, Necib, and Rapinoe, you've got a rock star team)
    3.) Germany
    4.) Japan (three years ago, they're not in the Top 10 on this list. now, they're in the Top 4)
    5.) Portland Thorns (Sinclair & Morgan bump Portland in to the Top 5. "Thorns" have the best team name)
    6.) Brazil (Samba Queens. Marta Marta Marta)
    7.) France
    8.) Wolfsburg
    9.) Tyreso
    10.) Kobe
    11.) Western New York Flash
    12.) Sweden
    13.) Potsdam
    14.) Sky Blue FC
    15.) Arsenal
    16.) FC Kansas City (new, only have been around for one year, but they burst onto the scene)
    17.) LDB FC Malmo
    18.) FFC Frankfurt (they used to win more titles, but they're still on this list)
    19.) Chicago Red Stars
    20.) Canada (Bronze medal pushed them on to this list, and England is now off the list)
    21.) North Carolina TarHeels
    22.) Norway
    23.) USA (U-20)
     
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  2. holden

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    Chicago Red Stars are above Canada? And what about PSG and Liverpool?
     
  3. JanBalk

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    PSG should for sure be somewhere above Arsenal and Malmö. Livepool possibly or just below so they may or may not belong on the list. There are a few other oddities (while Marta in a Brazil WNT is higher than Marta and the pretty much all-star crew of Tyresö for one) but omitting PSG is the big one.
     
  4. Chipsrule

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    No Göteborg FC where Lotta Schelin and Hope Solo played?
    No Boston Breakers been around since WUSA days.

    "Thorns" maybe a good name but they're not reputable. The staff isn't anyway.

    Is there really a mystique around Wolfsburg? They only found success recently.
     


  5. holden

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    Liverpool is poised to win the WSL this season. And they have the backing of the men's side. I think they deserve to be somewhere on the list, even though the women's side doesn't have a big history of success (Tyresö doesn't have much history of success either).

    Beating Lyon for the Champions League... what more mystique do you need?
     
  6. JanBalk

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    Yes, but to be considered a great team you need either the history or the players that make it likely Tyresö have one of those Liverpool...
     
  7. JanBalk

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    The list seem to contrary to WPS_M... statement to be based on how good the team are now with just minor considerations given to reputation and history. Otherwise Umeå would be on it and Tyresö not and Frankfurt way higher than Wolfsburg or Thorns.
     
  8. hotjam2

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    Good list!
    Good list!

    I would say Wolfsburg deserves a higher rating than Lyon since they're are the Euro champs.

    Now due to his excellent contract Herdman can buy even more mouse for his hair & will be determined to make Canada stronger than ever, especially with their excellent contributions they showed in the NWSL(Canuckians Sinclair & Leblanc leading the Thorns to the championship). So much higher ranking for Canada

    Good call including the Tar Heels! though someone will have to break the news to them they can't sub a zillion times if they ever play someone out of the college

    I would add Paris St Germain, another super team Europe has created( naturaly from the continent that gave us the bourgous & proleterieate!)

    and of course with Erika Tymrak, Bayern Munich will be another force to be reckon with!
     
  9. WPS_Movement

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    Yes, this is true. The right balance between teams that were relevant in the past, with being relevant still in the present.

    Obviously FCKC wasn't relevant in the past, but they jumped out and bit everyone this year, with their star players and overall style of play. They are one of the more "rock star" teams in the world now (immediately). Lyon obviously has the history over them, but FC Kansas City may continue to move up this list.
     
  10. kernel_thai

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    OK if this is about status and not just what can I throw on the field today

    1. US
    1a. Germany (they dominated for the better part of the 2000s)
    3. Norway (How the hell r they at 22 with a WWC and an Olympics?)
    4. Lyon
    5. Brazil (Sure they never win but no one ever wants to play them)
    6. North Carolina (sure theyre not a match talent wise but 21 NCAA titles in 31 years...that's mystique and a half)
    7. Japan
    8. Frankfurt
    9. WNY Flash (hard to assign mystique to anyone in new league but the Flash r on top every year)
    10. INAC Kobe (Lyon, Japanese style)
     
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  11. Batfink

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    Huh, Mystique and overall (positive) fame....o_O

    OK, I know you enjoy finding increasingly gratuitous reasons, to place the U.S.wnt first in every possible top of whatever list you make next, but seriously, when you decide to critique using mystique and fame, you may of well said factors that have nothing to do with the actual football being played; especially with some of the order/names provided on your list, lol.

    But if this is the way it's going to be done, then here's another list guaranteed to annoy a few more people...:whistling:

    Top Mystique/Fame teams ever...
    1. Brazil '03 - '08
    The first women's side to make guys who were/remain highly skeptical of female football's potential, all sit up and say, "wow".

    2. Japan 2011
    Just look at the typical patronising response of the U.S. fan whenever you bring up how good Japan 2011 were, and you quickly understand why Japan, and the idea of (I feel misplaced) mystique, go together very well, lol.

    3. Germany 1997 - 2013
    Seriously, eventually combining being tournament top scorers without conceding a single goal, on route to a second successive WC victory on foreign soil, while also managing to maintain 6 consecutive Euro's victories...:speechless:

    4. Elite Scandinavian teams
    The benefits of an egalitarian society, not only provided the platform for some the sports best teams and players ever, it also gave the GOAT we call Marta, conditions to eventually develop into everything she could never have been in her own nation, or in fact anywhere else for that matter too.

    5. Lyon
    The worlds first and still currently best serious/elite fully pro women's side, built on and around the infrastructure of a well known men's club...:thumbsup:

    6. China
    How the hell did China's women get so high, to fall so low, I will never know, but at their peak, China were every bit the flag bearers of the superior technical/tactical approach we see in the current WC champs, and this was a full decade before we got to see another team finish what they started....:speechless:

    Top Mystique/Fame right now....
    1. Germany
    Real consistency to change/evolve with the wider future of the sport is tough, and once again it was at the very heart of their latest reason to be loathed, as they won another senior Euro in the face of wide spread irrational hopes for their eventual demise.

    2. USA
    As the nation with the sports first true female global star, every 3 years between Olympics and the WC, the greatest team your now relentlessly forced to hear of, tells us once more why they should be wining the next WWC, on the back of a near impenetrable level of popular Olympic fame.

    3. Norway
    Loads of good will for them right now, but pre Euro's, they were also stupidly written off as an old world relic, even though people should know they will always posses one of the worlds best structures/pathways for developing new female footballing talent...:confused:
     
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    1. (2) Olympique Lyonnais, Frankrike – (Lotta Schelin, Camille Abily, Louisa Necib, Wendie Renard, Élodie Thomis, Eugénie Le Sommer, Sarah Bouhaddi, Lara Dickenmann, Elise Bussaglia, Saki Kumagai) – Tillbaka i topp efter en övertygande säsongsinledning.
    2. (1) VfL Wolfsburg, Tyskland – (Lena Goeßling, Conny Pohlers, Verena Faißt, Josephine Henning, Nadine Keßler, Martina Müller, Alexandra Popp, Luisa Wensing, Nilla Fischer) – Ingen imponerande start på säsongen för Europa-mästarna
    3. (8) Ldb FC Malmö, Sverige – (Therese Sjögran, Ramona Bachmann, Þóra Helgadóttir, Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir, Katrine Veje, Anja Mittag, Ali Riley, Amanda Ilestedt, Manon Melis) – Upp i serieledning efter idel segrar och stundtals drömspel efter EM.
    4. (3) Tyresö FF, Sverige – (Marta, Verónica Boquete, Caroline Seger, Lisa Dahlqvist, Kirsten van de Ven, Ashlyn Harris, Line Røddik Hansen, Meghan Klingenberg, Christen Press, Ali Krieger) – Har tappat förstaplatsen i ligan efter lite skadebekymmer och stora truppförändringar.
    5. (5) 1. FFC Frankfurt, Tyskland – (Kerstin Garefrekes, Melanie Behringer, Saskia Bartusiak, Almuth Schult, Célia Sasic, Dzsenifer Marozsán, Simone Laudehr, Fatmire Bajramaj, Bianca Schmidt) – Har som alltid en stark trupp, frågan är om man levererar i år?
    6. (6) Paris Saint-Germain FC, Frankrike – (Kosovare Asllani, Laure Boulleau, Shirley Cruz Traña, Linda Bresonik, Annike Krahn, Sabrina Delannoy, Jessica Houara, Marie-Laure Delie, Laura Georges) – Storsatsningen fortsätter, men lite skadebekymmer i säsongsinledningen.
    7. (10) FC Bayern München, Tyskland – (Lena Lotzen, Laura Feiersinger, Sarah Hagen, Erika Tymrak, Vanessa Bürki, Niki Cross, Amber Brooks, Kathrin Längert, Leonie Maier) – Ska utmana på allvar i Bundesliga i år
    8. (9) FCF Juvisy, Frankrike – (Gaëtane Thiney, Sandrine Soubeyrand, Camille Catala, Julie Soyer, Sandrine Bretigny, Janice Cayman, Julie Machart, Céline Deville) – Känns ännu starkare i år.
    9. (5) 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam, Tyskland – (Antonia Göransson, Genoveva Añonma, Maren Mjelde, Lisa Evans, Jennifer Cramer, Alex Singer, Nataša Andonova, Lia Wälti, Pauline Bremer) – Har tappat ett par nyckelspelare och har en ung trupp.
    10. (11) Montpellier HSC, Frankrike – (Rumi Utsugi, Hoda Lattaf, Ophelie Meilleroux, Jennifer Beattie, Marion **************, Marina Makanza, Josefine Öqvist, Kelly Gadéa, Viviane Asseyi) – Vill vara med och slåss om Champions League-platserna
    11. (17) Liverpool Ladies FC, England (Whitney Engen, Fara Williams, Natasha Dowie, Nicole Rolser, Louise Fors, Gemma Bonner, Corina Schröder, Amanda DaCosta, Katrin Ómarsdóttir) – Går mot första titeln i WSL
    12. (7) Arsenal Ladies FC, England – (Alex Scott, Kim Little, Jayne Ludlow, Steph Houghton, Rachel Yankey, Ellen White, Emma Mitchell, Gemma Davison, Niamh Fahey, Emma Byrne) – Missade ligatiteln
    13. (12) Stabæk Fotball, Norge – (Ingvild Stensland, Katrine Pedersen, Ingrid Hjelmseth, Trine Rønning, Toril Akerhaugen, Ida Enget, Elise Thorsnes, Leni Larsen Kaurin, Cathrine Dekkerhus) – Fortsatt serieledning
    14. (27) Bristol Academy WFC, England (Laura del Rio, Jemma Rose, Corinne Yorston, Siobhan Chamberlain, Alex Windell, Ann-Marie Heatherson, Nicky Watts, Natasha Harding, Natalia de Pablos)– Har fått ut det mesta av en relativt anonym trupp
    15. (13) LSK Kvinner, Norge (Isabell Herlovsen, Mari Knudsen, Lene Storløkken, Marita Skammelsrud Lund, Anne Stenstvedt, Tinja-Riikka Korpela, Ingrid Mo Wold, Marit Sandvei, Madeleine Giske, Lene Mykjåland, Emilie Haavi)
    16. (22) Fortuna Hjørring, Danmark (Chi-Chi Igbo, Laura Rus, Nadia Nadim, Sofie Junge, Camilla Kur Larsen, Janni Arnth, Kristine Pedersen, Iryna Zvarych, Florentina Spânu Olar)
    17. (16) Brøndby IF, Danmark (Sanne Troelsgaard Nilsen, Nanna Christiansen, Theresa Nielsen, Malene Olsen, Julie Rydahl Bukh, Mia Brogaard, Emma Madsen, Anja Thorsen)
    18. (17) ASD Torres 1903, Italien – (Patrizia Panico, Silvia Fuselli, Sandy Mändly, Sandy Iannella, Elisa Bartoli, Giulia Domenichetti, Daniela Stracchi, Pamela Conti, Giorgia Motta) – Som vanligt favoriter i Italien
    19. (23) FC Barcelona, Spanien (Sonia Bermúdez, Vicky Losada, Kenti Robles, Miriam Diéguez, Ruth García, Marta Corredera, Marta Torrejón, Alexia Putellas, Virginia Torrecilla) – Spanska mästarna bygger vidare
    20. (19) Linköpings FC, Sverige – (Charlotte Rohlin, Mariann Gajhede, Pernille Harder, Jessica Samuelsson, Renée Slegers, Magdalena Ericsson, Brianna Davey)
    21. (15) Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC, Sverige – (Anita Asante, Stina Segerström, Kristin Hammarström, Marlene Sjöberg, Catrine Johansson, Yael Averbuch, Marie Hammarström, Olivia Schough, Sara Lindén) – Imponerar inte särskilt i serien
    22. (31) SC Freiburg, Tyskland (Caroline Abbé, Sara Däbritz, Jenista Clark, Melanie Leupolz, Juliane Maier, Laura Benkarth, Sylvia Arnold, Fiona O’Sullivan, Chioma Igwe)
    23. (30) Ryazan VDV, Ryssland (Ludmila Pekur, Ksenia Tsybutovich, Valentina Savchenkova, Elena Terekhova, Elena Danilova, Veronika Shulga, Alla Lishafai, Olga Basanska, Ekaterina Avkhimovich) – Fin start på säsongen
    24. (15) FK Zorkiy, Ryssland (Maria Ruiz, Vera Djatel, Anastasia Kostyukova, Alyssa Mautz, Elena Morozova, Ekaterina Sochneva, Elena Medved, Ashley Nick, Olesya Kurochkina, Adriana Parente) – Stora truppförändringar men stabil säsongsinledning
    25. (34) KIF Örebro, Sverige (Susanna Lehtinen, Sara Larsson, Sarah Michael, Marie-Éve Nault, Stephanie Labbé, Marina Pettersson-Engström, Irena Martínková, Lucie Martínková, Elin Magnusson) – Fortfarande med i kampen om tredjeplatsen i ligan
    26. (25) SGS Essen, Tyskland (Charline Hartmann, Natalie Mann, Linda Dallmann, Ana Cristina Oliveira Leite, Sara Doorsoun-Khajeh)
    27. (58) Apollon Limassol LFC, Cypern (Gina Dimartino, Tina Dimartino, Kelly Henderson, Andreea Laiu, Lilyana Kostova, Sinead Farrelly, Joanna Lohman, Lianne Sanderson) – Många nyförvärv, satsar stenhårt på Champions League
    28. (35) Athletic Club Bilbao, Spanien (Erika Vázquez, Nekane Díez, Vanesa Gimbert, Ainhoa Tirapu, Amaia Olabarrieta, Elixabet Ibarra, Leire Landa, Iraia Iturregi, Irene Paredes)
    29. (59) Atlético Madrid, Spanien (Priscila Borja, Raquel Peña (Pisco), Amanda Sampedro, Nagore Calderón, Paula Serrano, Claudia Zornoza, Esther Gonzalez, Jade Boho, Silvia Meseguer) – Har värvat bra under sommaren
    30. (29) UPC Tavagnacco, Italien (Paola Brumana, Elisa Camporese, Alice Parisi, Alessia Tuttino, Michela Rodella, Sara Penzo) .
    31. (44) ACF Brescia, Italien (Daniela Sabatino, Christiana Girelli, Valentina Boni, Roberta D’Adda, Stefania Tarenzi, Barbara Bonansea, Martina Rosucci, Chiara Marchitelli) – Har haft en bra Silly Season
    32. (28) Birmingham City LFC, England – (Karen Carney, Rachel Williams, Laura Bassett, Emily Westwood, Jade Moore, Jo Potter, Kerys Harrop, Isobel Christiansen)
    33. (56) Glasgow City, Skottland (Leanne Ross, Ruesha Littlejohn, Christie Murray, Denise O´Sullivan, Rachel Corsie, Eilish McSorley, Julie Nelson, Leanne Crichton, Jessica Fishlock) – Fortsatt överlägsna i Skottland och några fina nyförvärv
    34. (51) AS Saint-Étienne, Frankrike (Aude Moreau, Amelie Barbetta, Sara Palacin, Rose Lavaud, Maéva Clemaron, Melanie Gerard, Julie Debever, Julie Morel, Nora Coton-Pélagie) – Fina nyförvärv.
    35. (48) Zvezda-2005, Ryssland (Irina Saratovtseva, Darina Apanaschenko, Maria Dyatchkova, Iya Andrushchak, Valentina Orlova, Daria Makarenko, Olga Boichenko) – På stark uppgång igen.
    36. (38) TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen, Tyskland (Isabel Kerschowski, Ramona Petzelberger, Marisa Ewers, Kathrin-Julia Hendrich, Turid Knaak, Isabelle Linden)
    37. (85) BV Cloppenburg, Tyskland (Agnieszka Winczo, Dominika Wylężek, Marta Stobba, Dagmara Grad, Verena Aschauer, Sofia Jakobsson, Mandy Islacker, Vanessa Bernauer, Annabel Jäger) – Satsande nykomling
    38. (57) Avaldsnes IL, Norge (Hólmfríður Magnúsdóttir, Guðbjörg Gunnarsdóttir, Cecilie Pedersen, Mist Edvardsdóttir, Katie Bethke, Rosana dos Santos, Antonia Hornberg, Andréia Rosa de Andrade, Debora de Oliveira) – Börjar leverera nu, är i bra form och har klättrat i ligan.
    39. (52) Piteå IF, Sverige (Faith Ikidi, Hallbera Gisladóttir, June Pedersen, Anna Westerlund, Lydia Williams, Josefin Johansson, Sofie Persson, Clara Markstedt, Francisca Ordega) – Stark defensiv och bra form
    40. (20) Umeå IK, Sverige (Rita Chikwelu, Ogonna Chukwudi, Emmelie Konradsson, Alexandra Nilsson, Tuija Hyyrynen, Hanna Folkesson, Katrín Jónsdóttir, Lina Hurtig, Jenny Hjohlman) – Svag form
    41. (43) Arna-Bjørnar, Norge (Nora Holstad Berge, Jaime Souza, Hege Hansen, Kristine Hegland, Ingrid Ryland, Tina Algrøy, Amalie Eikeland)
    42. (26) Kristianstads DFF, Sverige – (Hedvig Lindahl, Johanna Rasmussen, Susanne Moberg, Sif Atladóttir, Marija Banušić, Margrét Lára Viðarsdóttir, Lorca van de Putte, Mia Carlsson, Elli Reed) – Svag säsong
    43. (21) FC Rossiyanka, Ryssland – (Olga Petrova, Olga Cholovyaga, Mpumi Nyandeni, Natalia Shlyapina, Natalia Pertseva, Elvira Todua, Olesya Mashina, Kristen Edmonds) – Svag säsongsinledning
    44. (37) Everton LFC, England (Jill Scott, Rachel Brown, Fern Whelan, Toni Duggan, Jessica Holbrook, Brooke Chaplen, Nikita Parris)
    45. (32) FC Twente, Holland (Sari van Veenendaal, Anouk Dekker, Ellen Jansen, Sherida Spitse, Siri Worm, Marlous Pieëte, Maayke Heuver, Shanice van de Sanden)
    46. (47) Åland United, Finland (Cynthia Uwak, Adelina Engman, Jaana Lyytikäinen, Tiina Saario, Monica Dolinsky, Maiju Ruotsalainen, Janelle Cordia, Pille Raadik, Sanna Svensson) – Nära ligatiteln i Finland
    47. (53) Vittsjö GIK, Sverige (Sofie Andersson, Kendall Fletcher, Kirsty Yallop, Loes Geurts, Sandra Adolfsson, Mandy van den Berg, Jane Ross, Elin Nilsen, Ifeoma Dieke, Annica Svensson)
    48. (54) USV Jena, Tyskland (Amber Hearn, Laura Brosius, Ria Percival, Abby Erceg, Stenia Michel, Iva Landeka, Carolin Schiewe) – Bra säsongsöppning
    49. (39) Standard Liège, Belgien (Maud Coutereels, Audrey Demoustier, Tessa Wullaert, Aline Zeler, Davina Philtjens, Julie Biesmans, Vanity Lewerissa) – Ingen övetygande inledning i ligan
    50. (41) Verona CF, Italien (Melania Gabbiadini, Maria Karlsson, Stephanie Öhrström, Marta Mason, Veronica Napoli, Federica Di Criscio, Cecilia Salvai, Alyssa Lagonia) – Några tunga spelartapp
    51. (45) FCR 2001 Duisburg, Tyskland – (Lieke Martens, Jennifer Oster, Laura Neboli, Dolores Silva, Marina Himmighofen, Stina Lykke Petersen, Lucie Voňková, Carole da Silva Costa)
    52. (33) Chelsea Ladies FC, England (Eniola Aluko, Dunia Susi, Sophie Ingle, Kylie Davies, Katie Holtham, Yuki Ogimi, Drew Spence, Danni Buet) – Kräftgången i ligan fortsätter. Usel form och tunga spelarförluster.
    53. (40) Lincoln LFC, England (Karen Bardsley, Precious Hamilton, Jess Clarke, Casey Stoney, Sophie Bradley, Sophie Walton, Remi Allen) – Stark defensiv, men blek offensiv
    54. (55) UMF Stjarnan, Island (Sandra Sigurðardóttir, Harpa Þorsteinsdóttir, Glódís Perla Viggósdóttir, Ásgerður Stefanía Baldursdóttir, Danka Podovac, Anna Björk Kristjánsdóttir, Meghan Manthey) – Full pott i ligan
    55. (42) Levante UD, Spanien (Vanessa Bernauer, Olga García, María Alharilla Casado, Marta Luna, Maider Castillo, Sandra Paños, Ana Buceta, Sonia Prim, María Pérez Fernández)
    56. (49) PSV/FC Eindhoven, Holland (Kika van Es, Danielle van de Donk, Janneke Bijl, Angela Christ, Jeslynn Kuijpers, Lisanne Vermeulen, Mirte Roelvink)
    57. (68) SV Neulengbach, Österrike (Nina Burger, Kathrin Entner, Alexandra Bíróová, Natascha Celouch, Dominika Škorvánková, Lucia Haršányová, Mary Gstöttner, Michaela Čulová, Marija Radojičić) – Österrikiska mästare som vanligt
    58. (66) AFC Ajax, Holland (Anouk Hoogendijk, Tessel Middag, Daphne Koster, Chantal de Ridder, Claudia van den Heiligenberg, Mandy Versteegt, Eshley Bakker)
    59. (63) Guingamp, Frankrike (Getter Laar, Ellie Hamon, Griedge Mbock Bathy, Audrey Fevrier, Caroline La Villa, Léa Le Garrec, Charlene Farrugia) – Stabil defensiv, men ganska svag offensiv
    60. (89) Vålerenga IF, Norge (Solveig Gulbrandsen, Ingrid Schjelderup, Marte Berget, Ina Skaug, Rebecca Angus, Kristin Haugstad, Kristin Carlsson, Tina Wulf, Sharon Hansen) – Formstarka
    61. (80) SC Sand, Tyskland (Allison Scurich, Isabelle Meyer, Noémie Freckhaus, Angela Migliazza, Mallori Lofton Malachi, Ilaria Mauro, Rebekah Stott, Patricia Hanebeck, Anne van Bonn) – Satsar hårt för att nå Bundesliga
    62. (50) Kolbotn IL, Norge (Ingvild Isaksen, Daniela Schwarz, Fanndís Friðriksdóttir, Camilla Christensen, Ina Gausdal, Anja Sønstevold) – Har börjat tappa en del i serien
    63. (60) Jitex BK, Sverige (Minna Meriluoto, Leena Puranen, Fridolina Rolfö, Sofia Karlsson, Sofia Skog, Frida Höglund, Mimmi Löfwenius, Rebecca Johnson)
    64. (81) TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, Tyskland (Mana Iwabuchi, Martina Moser, Susanne Hartel, Christine Schneider, Annika Eberhardt, Fabienne Dongus, Tamara Dongus, Silvana Chojnowski, Alisa Vetterlein)
    65. (65) ADO Den Haag, Holland (Tessa Oudejans, Renate Jansen, Marelle Worm, Michelle Vrieling, Lisanne Grimberg, Kim Dolstra)
    66. (77) FSK Simacek St.Pölten-Spratzern, Österrike (Monika Matysová,Lisa Makas, Gina Babicky, Jennifer Pöltl, Julia Tabotta, Anna Petrusova, Nadine Prohaska)
    67. (75) Valur, Island (Dóra María Lárusdóttir, Ólína Viðarsdóttir, Dagný Brynjarsdóttir, Rakel Logadóttir, Elín Metta Jensen, Katrín Gylfadóttir, Málfríður Erna Sigurðardóttir, Edda Garðarsdóttir) – Avslutade säsongen ganska bra
    68. (62) Mallbackens IF, Sverige (Hayley Lauder, Blakely Mattern, Katie Fraine, Mimmi Larsson, Julia Karlenäs, Jessica Shufelt, Sarah Bergman, Linda Wallin)
    69. (46) RCD Espanyol, Spanien (Sónia Matias, Cláudia Neto, Ana Borges, Jamila Martins, Bárbara Latorre )
    70. (78) SC Telstar, Holland (Dyanne Bito, Lois Oudemast, Amber van der Heijde, Priscilla De Vos, Kirsten Koopmans, Lavinia Poku, Brittany Persaud)
    71. (93) FC Köln, Tyskland (Inka Grings, Bianca Rech, Yvonne Zielinski, Mandana-Catharina Knopf, Irina London, Bilgin Defterli, Nicole Bender)
    72. (69) AC Sparta Praha, Tjeckien (Iva Mocová, Adéla Pivoňková, Petra Bertholdová, Michaela Čulová, Jana Sedláčková, Petra Vyštejnová, Markéta Ringelová)
    73. (70) SK Slavia Praha, Tjeckien (Petra Divišová, Andrea Budošová, Blanka Pěničková, Diana Bartovičová, Veronika Pincová, Marcela Krůzová, Tereza Kožárová, Adéla Odehnalová)
    74. (92) ŽFK Spartak Subotica, Serbien (Milena Nikolić, Violetia Slovic, Tia N’Réhy, José Nahi, Claudine Meffometou, Nevena Damjanović, Jelena Ćubrilo) – Övertygande till 16-delsfinal i Champions League
    75. (38) FC Zürich, Schweiz (Rahel Kiwic, Nicole Remund, Marina Keller, Mirnije Selimi, Fabienne Humm) – Har tappat sina viktiga tyska stjärnor och ytterligare ett par rutinerade spelare
    76. (61) FF Yzeure, Frankrike (Emilie Gonssollin, Faustine Roux, Julie Berger, Sarah Chalabi) – Känns svagare än förra året
    77. (74) Rayo Vallecano, Spanien (Saray García, Sonia Vesga (Burgos), Alexandra López, Patricia Mascaró, Priscila Borja)
    78. (72) RTP Unia Racibórz, Polen (Gloria Chinasa, Hanna Konsek, Natalia Chudzik, Patrycja Wiśniewska, Donata Leśnik, Ana Zelazko, Daria Kasperska)
    79. (79) Sunderland WFC, England (Rachel Furness, Sarah McFadden, Kelly McDougall, Stephanie Bannon, Keira Ramshaw, Beth Mead, Natalie Gutteridge, Rachael Laws, Sophie Williams) – Speluppehåll
    80. (76) PK-35 Vantaa, Finland (Rachael Ayegba, Lydia Hastings, Jennifer Bisset, Pirjo Leppikangas, Sanna Porali, Heidi Kivelä, Eveliina Parikka, Laura Kivistö, Lady Andrade)
    81. (Åter) SC Kriens, Schweiz (Nicole Banecki, Alexandra Szarvas, Sarah Puntigam, Marie-Andrea Egli, Rahel Graf) – Ska utmana om titeln i Schweiz i år
    82. (64) Olimpia Cluj, Rumänien (Alexandra Iusan, Raluca Sârghe, Ştefania Vătafu, Alexandra Lunca, Ioana Bortan, Daniela Gurz, Andrea Voicu) – Svag insats i Champions League
    83. (Åter) ÍBV, Island (Shaneka Gordon, Elísa Viðarsdóttir,Vesna Smiljkovic, Nadia Lawrence, Bryndís Jóhannesdóttir, Ana María Escribano) – Överraskande bra i ligan
    84. (89) Riviera di Romagna, Italien (Patrizia Caccamo, Eleonora Petralia, Sara Pastore, Valeria Magrini, Carolina Mendes, Cristina Ugolini, Gioia Masia) – Stabilt och rutinerat lag.
    85. (90) FC Honka, Finland (Nina Hietanen, Kiia Laine, Anna Auvinen, Linda Lindqvist, Marianna Tolvanen, Emma Koivisto, Nora Heroum, Samantha Monahan)
    86. (71) Þór/KA, Island (Tahnai Annis, Kayla Grimsley, Katrín Ásbjörnsdóttir, Mateja Zver, Sandra Maria Jessen, Arna Sif Ásgrímsdóttir, Lára Einarsdóttir, Silvía Rán Sigurðardóttir) – Svag ligasäsong
    87. (83) ShVSM Izmailovo, Ryssland (Julia Bessolova, Julia Gordeeva, Anastasia Rodionova, Anna Astapenko, Ekaterina Stepanenko, Anna Polyakova, Nelli Korovkina) – Svag start på säsongen
    88. (89) Minsk, Vitryssland (Ester Mekuley Titilayo, Ijeoma Obi, Tatsiana Shramok, Gift Otuwe, Ilobekeme Alabi Elos, Ina Batsianouskaya, Alena Vasilyeva, Svetlana Astasheva, Tatyana Kiose
    89. (Ny) KKBK Medyk Konin, Polen (Laetitia Chapeh, Ewa Pajor, Anna Gawrońska, Radoslava Slavcheva, Aleksandra Sikora, Natalia Pakulska)
    90. (Åter) Doncaster Belles, England (Sue Smith, Katarzyna Lipka, Nicola Davies, Leandra Little, Lyndsey Cunningham, Julie Melrose)
    91. (Åter) Mozzanica, Italien (Valentina Giacinti, Penelope Riboldi, Chiara Piccinno, Andrea Scarpellini, Viviana Schiavi, Silvia Piva)
    92. (88) Røa IL, Norge (Hedda Gardsjord, Gunhild K. Herregården, Runa Vikestad, June Tårnes, Stine Andreassen, Line Holter)
    93. (86) Rodez AF, Frankrike (Marine Augis, Anne-Sophie Ginestet, Lauri Cance, Anne-Marie Bănuță)
    94. (Ny) ASJ Soyaux, Frankrike (Laura Bourgouin, Elodie Monteiro, Jennifer Maier, Marina Pascaud, Siga Tandia, Anais Dumont) – Lovande ligastart
    95. (Ny) FCF Hénin-Beaumont, Frankrike (Aurélie Desmaretz, Rachel Saïdi, Marie Schepers, Charlotte Blanchard, Rigoberte M’Bah, Pauline Cousin)
    96. (82) Sunnanå SK, Sverige (Helen Okaonu, Annika Kukkonen, Carina Holmberg, Perpetua Nkwocha, Susanne Nilsson, Julia Spetsmark, Matilda Rosqvist, Sandra Betschart) – Katastrofsäsongen fortsätter
    97. (90) BIIK Kazygurt, Kazakstan (Bruna, Milica Mijatović, Thaynara, Alina Litvinenko, Charity Adule, Gulnara Gabelia, Guzailiayi Yasen, Begaim Kirgizbaeva)
    98. (67) Breiðablik, Island (Rakel Hönnudóttir, Hlín Gunnlaugsdóttir, Ragna Björg Einarsdóttir, Þórdís Hrönn Sigfúsdóttir, Aldís Kara Lúðvíksdóttir, Gréta Mjöll Samúelsdóttir, Lilja Dögg Valþórsdóttir) – Vann cupen men avslutade ligan mycket svagt.
    99. (Åter) Lierse SK, Belgien (Lotte Aertsen, Lien Mermans, Stephanie Van Gils, Niki de Cock, Caroline Berrens)
    100. (100) MTK Hungaria, Ungern (Angéla Smuczer, Rita Méry, Dora Pápp, Fanny Vágó, Bernadett Zágor, Anita Pádár, Réka Szőcs, Tímea Gál, Henrietta Csiszár)
     
  14. hotjam2

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    problem now with the list is that Wolfsburg is currently only at #10 in the bundesliga standings. Only one spot above relegation!
     
  15. BlueCrimson

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    They've only played two games. Still plenty of season left. They'll be in the top 3 when the season is over.
     
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  17. Batfink

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    lol, that particular '08 crop of Brazilian ladies, would have had to of been packed full of significantly prettier talent...;) than either Erika or Calan, to make me miss all the obvious on field failings connected to that not so memorable U-20 team...:whistling:
     
  18. luvdagame

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    OK, I know you enjoy finding increasingly gratuitous reasons, to leave the U.S.wnt out of the reckoning, but seriously....
     
  19. Batfink

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    Wowwww... seriously...did you read WPS_Movement's original post in here..?

    Go take a look again, as it may just help you make a lot more sense of my clearly slanderous rationale...;)

    "Who are the Top 20 teams in the world in terms of "Mystique" and overall Fame (and Reputable)"...LOL
     
  20. WPS_Movement

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    Yes, it's a combined ranking of teams that are reputable, famous (including tradition), recent success (wins, etc.), and level of mystique.
     
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  21. Batfink

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    Yes, and I created my own stream lined variation list, formed around the very same highly opinion based factors,
    you highlighted at the beginning of the thread too.

    So if you read my post as a fan of any one particular team, and didn't like it, then... oh well; because on random factors such as mystique, fame, or tradition, a more global perspective on this topic, could always produce a set of very different views, to potentially upset the pykrete beliefs of the various fanboy's around here...:whistling:
     
  22. newsouth

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    :ROFLMAO:

    Epic!
     
  23. luvdagame

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    as long as you include yourself among the various fanboys....

    because no women's soccer list that includes that includes tradition and global perspective would rationally exclude the uswnt....
     
  24. Batfink

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    It could have been even more epic if I left them out...;)
    LOL, show's how much time you took to read my list, because it's quite obvious I put the USWNT in my "Top Mystique/Fame right now" list, in the #2 position no less...:confused:

    But like I said before, if you want to get annoyed about the lack of interest shown by me towards any one particular team, fine. The odd parameters initially set for this rather pointless thread, already came with one obvious agenda, so if my opinion seems to fit with whole different strain of thought, great, because to me this probably means I did an even better job than I originally planned too.
     
  25. luvdagame

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    You forgot the s - lists.

    ...and it's quite obvious that i'm just querying your rationale in excluding them from your "ever" list.
     
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