UEFA Champions League

UEFA Women's Champions League


Meet Fortuna Hjørring


Fortuna Hjørring is honored to have appeared 13 times in the history of the UEFA Women's Champions League tournament.

In the 2002/2003 edition - 35 clubs battled it out seeing Fortuna Hjørring play the final against Umeå and finishing up with a UEFA Women's Champions League Silver Medal. 


Fortuna Hjørring play their home games at the Nord Energi Arena, Femhøje 5, 9800 Hjørring (Femhøje), Denmark. Get a map here

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Follow Fortuna Hjørring in UEFA Womens Champions League 20/21 here

Fortuna in Europe - see all the results for Fortuna Hjørring here


Fortuna Hjørring - The team!

Name Birthdate Country Position
1. Freja Thisgaard 24-07-02 Denmark Goalkeeper
2. Brenna Ochoa 06-09-98 USA Midfield
4. Victoria Bruce 31-05-94 USA Defender
5. Emily Garnier 21-03-96 USA Defender
6. Signe Timmermann Clausen 20-11-03 Denmark Midfield
7. Indiah-Paige Riley 20-12-01  New Zealand Forward
8. Signe Carstens 07-03-02 Denmark Midfield
9. Sofie Lundgaard Pedersen  29-05-02  Denmark Midfield
10. Emma Snerle 23-03-01  Denmark Midfield
11. Asii Kleist Berthelsen 26-01-04  Denmark Forward
12. Lise Dissing  10-12-01 Denmark Forward
13. Olivia Møller Holdt  07-06-01  Denmark Forward
14. Rebekka Celine Frost Frederiksen 24-05-02 Denmark Midfield
15. Sara Thrige Andersen  15-05-96 Denmark  Defender
17. Sandra Bjørn Jacobsen  19-05-00  Denmark Goalkeeper
18. Laura Frank 03-08-93 Denmark Defender 
22. Mathilde Bundgaard Carstens 07-03-02  Denmark Midfield 
23. Emilie Billing  26-08-02  Denmark  Defender 
24. Lærke Hammer  18-01-03  Denmark Defender 
25. Marie Burdal Gade  16-11-04 Denmark Goalkeeper
26. Frida Vang Sørensen  09-10-01  Denmark  Midfield 
27. Line Geltzer Johansen  26-07-89  Denmark Goalkeeper 
28. Maria Møller Thomsen  24-10-98  Denmark  Defender 
44. Brianne Folds 25-01-98 USA Midfield 
Coach: Elena Sadiku      
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