Although this tournament could not take individual glory with the scoring leadership, Alison González continues to give something to talk about and continues to be one of the most lethal forwards in our League. At 19, he has captured the attention of locals and strangers. And that is why today in 90min we bring you 5 facts about the Nayarit forward.
During her childhood, Alison practiced gymnastics, mainly driven by her parents who did not agree with the ball rolling behind her feet. However, in her heart the passion for soccer beat incessantly, and it was thanks to her grandparents, who supported her at all times, that today, Alison shines in the Liga MX Femenil.
The history of Alison González begins long before the birth of the league, specifically, in 2016 when she was called up by Mónica Vergara for the U-15. Alison, just 14 years old, played in the CONCACAF U-15 Championship where Mexico finished in third place and won the Fair Play award.
Alison was a crucial part of that historic team that won the U-17 World Championship runner-up under Mónica Vergara. Alison was sensational throughout the process from the World Cup and already in the great event held in Uruguay in 2018, she scored against the Japanese in the group stage rescuing the tie for ours.
In 2021, at the age of 19 and after her great performances both with the National Team and in the Liga MX Femenil, Alison was awarded as the third best young player in the world by NxGn. Also being the only Latin American footballer present in the entire ranking
Before her time at Atlas, Alison began her professional career from an early age with Tigres Femenil, a team with which she managed to score several goals and lift the Clausura 2018 title despite being a replacement option. The same situation that led her to seek new air and join the Atlas in 2019-