14 Facts About Andrine Hegerberg


Andrine Stolsmo Hegerberg was born on 6 June 1993 and is a Norwegian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Norwegian club [SK Brann].


The sisters were early considered as two of the most talented footballers in Norway, and in July 2011 Andrine Hegerberg won the Statoil Talent of the Month award.


In January 2013, Andrine Hegerberg moved with her sister to 1.


Andrine Hegerberg made a total of four appearances for Potsdam, when the team finished second behind VfL Wolfsburg in both the league and the cup.


Andrine Hegerberg announced the move on her public Facebook profile, stating that she was no longer prepared to play for veteran coach Bernd Schroder.


In May 2019, it was announced Andrine Hegerberg had mutually agreed to leave PSG at the end of her contract and had already started negotiating with other teams.


In July 2019, Andrine Hegerberg signed with Italian Serie A team Roma.

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Andrine Hegerberg cited her childhood passion for the Roma club colours and club icon Francesco Totti as her motivations for joining the club.


Nonetheless, Andrine Hegerberg did pick up a Coppa Italia winner's medal in May 2021 after her club defeated AC Milan on penalties in the final.


Andrine Hegerberg has represented Norway at various junior levels of the Norwegian Football Association.


On 17 January 2012, Andrine Hegerberg made her first appearance for the senior national team during a friendly match against Sweden.


Andrine Hegerberg scored her first senior international goal on 15 September 2016 again Kazakhstan.


Andrine Hegerberg is a box-to-box midfielder who contributes to her team's play with her movement off the ball.


Andrine Hegerberg can be relied upon to come inside her own defensive half of the pitch and join in the build-up play, as well as time her runs into the opponent's half and penalty area to help her team's offensive threat.