We see players from every corner of the globe and different races and different nationalities. This is what makes the sport of soccer so great, it includes everyone no matter who you are.
In this article, we are going to have a look at some of the very best white soccer players as well as things such as:
- Which nationality has the best soccer players
- Some of the best white players in the game today
- Some of the very best white players to ever play soccer
If you want to know some of the best white players in the game of soccer past and present. Read on to find out who makes the list!
Are there good white soccer players?
Of course, there is. White soccer players are littered throughout every league on the planet.
From professional leagues like the English Premier League to some of the amateur leagues around the world, there are some very good white soccer players.
On the other side of that, there are also some seriously talented aboriginal players. So, it is not just white players who are talented.
Black Soccer Players
Players like Raheem Sterling, Bukayo Saka, Reece James, Marcelo, Kylian Mbappe, and Moussa Dembele are just some of the names that are known throughout soccer world as star players for their teams.
Having a tremendous impact on not only their club teams but also their national teams.
So, it is not just centered around white players but aboriginal players too and both should be equally recognized as such.
Who are some of the best white players in today’s game?
The first player that comes to mind is Leo Messi when talking about the best white player in the game of soccer.
However, there are plenty of white soccer players that are considered some of the very best in the world. These include:
- Kevin de Bruyne
- Sergio Ramos
- Karim Benzema
- Harry Kane
We will now go in-depth about a couple of these players as we look at the best white player on the planet.
The former Barcelona legend and now PSG player, Messi is considered by many to be the best player on the planet. Others will say Cristiano Ronaldo but for the sake of this piece, let’s focus on Messi.
The 34-year-old has had a truly stellar career to date. Playing 520 matches for the Spanish giants, scoring 474 goals before his move to the French side Paris Saint-Germain.#
Messi’s trophy cabinet is as filled as any player in the history of the game.
At the time of writing, Messi has 10 La Liga titles, eight Spanish Super Cups, six Copa del Rey’s, four Champions League titles, three FIFA Club World Cups, and three UEFA Super Cups.
That alone is super impressive, but we have yet to get to his personal accolades.
Messi has an incredible six Ballon D’Or’s (Best Player in the world for a given year) and six Golden Shoe awards (highest scoring across all leagues in the world).
Kevin de Bruyne
Manchester City’s midfield maestro is arguably one of the best players in the Premier League, let alone one of the best midfielders in the league.
The 30-year-old Belgian is one of the prime movers for Pep Guardiola’s Premier League Champions.
Having struggled early on in his career with spells at Genk, Chelsea, Werder Bremen, Wolfsburg before signing for City in 2015.
After joining the blue half of Manchester, de Bruyne has simply elevated his game too scary new heights.
His career accolades are impressive too when you look at what he has achieved and to think he still has many years left in his career.
De Bruyne has in his trophy cabinet three Premier League titles, an FA Cup, five League Cups, and a Community Shield. These are all won by the time he was 30 years of age.
This is not mentioning his three UEFA Team of the Year, three Manchester City Player of the Season, Premier League Player of the Season, and the IFFHS World’s Best Playmaker in 2020 awards.
The ex-Real Madrid defender is a serious player and at 35 years old, he perhaps doesn’t have much longer left in his playing career, but he still offers so much.
Having played 16 years for Real Madrid from 2005 to 2021, Ramos was perhaps best known for his scoring ability which is rare for a central defender.
In his 469 appearances, Ramos – a defender, has scored a whopping 72 goals!
During his stint with Madrid, Ramos has collected an incredible 22 major honors. These include four Champions League titles, five La Liga titles, and four FIFA Club World Cup trophies.
With his stats and trophy count, one could make the argument that Ramos is one of the best defenders to ever play.
And of course, this would not be complete without the mention of the four-time winner of the best soccer player of the year. He has won the Ballon d’Or one more time than the great Messi.
The debate continues, who is the better between Messi and Ronaldo – they are without the two best players in the world.
What nationality has the best soccer players?
As far as turning out top-quality professional soccer players, Brazil is No.1 with over 1000 soccer players.
The next four nations to round out the top five are;
- France in second with 781 soccer players
- Argentina with 753 players
- Serbia with 450 players
- England with 451 players
This does not mean that Brazil is the best national team simply because of how many players it produces but it does show how the reach of soccer is far-reaching to every corner of the globe.
Other nations include Spain (362 players), Germany (335 players), and Croatia with 323 players.
While ultimately what decides which nation has the best soccer players, trophies usually determine that.
France was second on the list but won the World Cup in 2018 while Italy, which was not even in the top 10, won the Euro 2020 tournament.
So having the biggest number of players across all nations, doesn’t translate into winning.