There’s a saying that what a man can do, a woman can do better. The women are also pulling a lot of weight in football again. The women’s football is when only the women play football on the pitch to either save their team or defend their country. Unlike the number of national teams that exist in the men’s football sport, that of the female is lower. There are up to 176 national teams that join in the sports game internationally. The women’s football began in the early 1920s in the United Kingdom and the first women football attracted thousands of spectators. The first women’s world cup (FIFA) was played in chia in the year 1991 and was also held in Canada and France in 2015 and 2019 respectively. It was the most widely watched football game in 2015 in the United States of America. The first woman to be inaugurated into the National Football is Lily Parr of Dick Keer’s ladies football club. The most successful team of women’s football was Dick keer’s ladies of Preston, England. The women’s football-playing became professionally approved in the early 1970s in Italy but it was done on a professional basis. The most popular players back then in previous years include; Susanne Augstreen, Edna Neillis, Rose Reilly, Anne O’ Brien. The women of Ethiopia are also part of the women football federation as well.
Here are the top female players in Ethiopia:
- Loza Abera: Loza is known as one of the top goal scorers in Ethiopia. Loza Abera Geinore was born on the 2nd of October 1997. She was born in the Durame City of Ethiopia. She plays for the Birkirakara women of the Malta women’s premier league and she plays for Ethiopia women’s national football team as well. She participated in a football game in 2011 where he scored 7 (seven) goals and in another where she scored 17 (seventeen) goals.
- Senait Bogale: Senait Bogale won the best player of the year in the year 2018. Senait was born in the late 1990s as well in the capital city of Ethiopia. She has also tried out her skills when she went for trails in Sweden. Senait helps a small town called Adama in Ethiopia to win the Ethiopian women league championship title in the history of the Adama club. Senait is a mid-fielder and a goal machine as well.