Ewa Pajor was born on December 3, 1996 in Uniejów. From the earliest age, football was present in her life, Ewa started playing football thanks to her cousin.
At the age of 8, she began training at the Orlęta Wielenin. After two years, the young athlete’s potential was noticed by KKPK Medyk Konin, jersey of which Ewa started performing. After graduating from the Primary School im. Szczepana Ścibiora in Wielenin Pajor moved permanently to Konin. Where she combined learning with football. On April 14, 2012, after three years spent in the city of Greater Poland, Ewa was given the chance to debut in Ekstraklasa at the age of 15 and 133 days and scored two goals in it.

In subsequent years, Ewa appeared more and more often in senior football and more and more often decided about the fate of individual meetings, a good example being the 2013 Polish Cup final in which she scored two goals and Medyk defeated the Unia Racibórz 2:1. Less than two weeks later, together with her friends from the Polish national team until 17, she reached Switzerland in the European Championship, beating Sweden 1:0 in the final game.

Good posture in youth teams translated into the first Polish national team. On August 20, 2013, Ewa made her debut in the Poland - Czech Republic 4: 1 match, in which she scored one of the goals for "Biało-Czerwoni". A few weeks later, UEFA appreciated the good game of Ewa for Euro U17 and awarded her the Golden Player 2013 prize.
In the following months, Pajor career has gained even more momentum. Medyk defended the Polish Cup and in 2014 he reached the Polish Championship for the first time, which Ewa contributed to.

Football is not only a victory, it is also a failure. In the 1/16 final of the UEFA Women Champions League, Medyk Konin defeated in the first match Glasgow City 2:0, and the goal opening the result of the meeting was won by Pajor. Unfortunately in the rematch of Glasgow he scored two goals more and the Polish Champion said goodbye to the prestigious games.

In the spring of 2015, Medyk was once again unrivaled in the domestic yard and reached for the doublet. Ewa said goodbye to the Polish sides of the Polish Cup final played in Gdynia, where Medyk defeated GKS Górnik Łęczna 5:0, and our heroine shot a hat-trick.

A few weeks later, Ewa appeared at the first VfL Wolfsburg training. A new place, new team and foreign language meant that the leading Polish footballer had to spend a few months on acclimatization. Despite the difficult beginnings, Ewa got her chances on the pitch and step-by-step built her position in the new club, which can be proved by the first goals scored in the Bundesliga and the German Cup. The next season brought new challenges and more minutes played on German and European football fields in the jersey of the club from the city of Volkswagen. In the meantime, the Polish national team led by Wojciech Basiuk lost the chance to qualify for the 2017 European Championships, and Miłosz Stępiński took his place at the controls of the national team.

The year of the European championship, despite the fact that there was no Polish on it, was very successful for Ewa. Pajor began to play regularly in the first team of Wolfsburg to score goals on all fronts, from the German Cup, through the UEFA Women Champions League and the Bundesliga. Additionally, in 2017, Ewa won the title of the best footballer of the queue three times in a ballot organized by the German football federation DFB.