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Official UEFA Women's EURO 2017 Best Eleven

Five players from champions Netherlands and a trio of England players are among those chosen as the UEFA technical observers' Best Eleven. See who made the cut.

Official UEFA Women's EURO 2017 Best Eleven
Official UEFA Women's EURO 2017 Best Eleven ©

Some outstanding individual performances have lit up UEFA Women's EURO 2017, but which players made the UEFA technical observers' Best Eleven?


Sari van Veenendaal (Netherlands)

Lucy Bronze (England)
Anouk Dekker (Netherlands)
Steph Houghton (England)
Verena Aschauer (Austria)

Theresa Nielsen (Denmark)
Jackie Groenen (Netherlands)
Sherida Spitse (Netherlands)
Lieke Martens (Netherlands) - player of the tournament

Pernille Harder (Denmark)
Jodie Taylor (England)


UEFA technical observers: Patricia González (ESP) , Jarmo Matikainen (FIN), Anne Noé (BEL), Hesterine de Reus (NED)

For UEFA Women's EURO 2013 an all-star squad was named ...
Goalkeepers: Nadine Angerer (Germany), Ingrid Hjelmseth (Norway), Stina Petersen (Denmark).

Defenders: Saskia Bartusiak (Germany), Laure Boulleau (France), Marit Fiane Christensen (Norway), Nilla Fischer (Sweden), Annike Krahn (Germany), Maren Mjelde (Norway), Wendie Renard (France).

Midfielders: Lena Goessling (Germany), Solveig Gulbrandsen (Norway), Dzsenifer Marozsán (Germany), Louisa Necib (France), Josefine Öqvist (Sweden), Katrine Søndergaard Pedersen (Denmark), Caroline Seger (Sweden).

Forwards: Verónica Boquete (Spain), Melania Gabbiadini (Italy), Eugénie Le Sommer (France), Célia Okoyino da Mbabi (Germany), Lotta Schelin (Sweden), Gaëtane Thiney (France).