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Hanna Marklund

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Full name
Hanna Gunilla Marklund

Umea IK

Playing position

Sunnana SK

1.71 m


Football player

Hanna Marklund


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Date of birth
(1977-11-26) November 26, 1977 (age 38)

Mirjam Marklund, Carolina Marklund

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Hanna Ljungberg, Malin Mostrom, Frida Ostberg, Victoria Sandell Svensson, Malin Swedberg

Place of birth
Skelleftea, Sweden

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Hanna Gunilla Marklund (born November 26, 1977 in Skellefteå) is a Swedish former football player. She played as a defender and wore shirt number 4.


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Marklund started playing in Varuträsk IF near Skellefteå, where she grew up. She moved on to play in Damallsvenskan with Sunnanå SK. In 2000, she joined Umeå IK, with whom she won Damallsvenskan three years in a row (2000–2002). After the 2004 season she decided to move back to Skellefteå and rejoin Sunnanå SK, where her two sisters Carolina and Mirjam also played. She went on to captain Sunnanå SK.

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She made her first appearance in the Swedish national team on August 8, 1997 against Iceland. She became a regular member of the team, winning a total of 118 caps and scoring six international goals.

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In November 2005 she won Diamantbollen, an award given the best female player in Sweden each year.

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On January 7, 2008, Marklund announced her retirement from both the national team and Sunnanå SK as a result of her pregnancy.


Umeå IK
  • Damallsvenskan: Winner (3) 2000, 2001, 2002
  • Runner-up (2) 2003, 2004
  • Svenska Cupen: Winner (3) 2001, 2002, 2003
  • Runner-up 2004
  • UEFA Women's Champions League: Winner (2) 2002-2003, 2003-2004
  • Sunnanå SK
  • Svenska Cupen: Runner-up 1997
  • Individual
  • Fotbollsgalan 2005
  • Diamantbollen: Best female player in Sweden 2005
  • Best female defence in Sweden 2005
  • Fotbollsgalan 2006
  • Best female defence in Sweden 2006
  • Fotbollsgalan 2007
  • Best female defence in Sweden 2007
  • International tournaments with the national team

  • UEFA Women's Championship: Runner-up 2001, Third 2005
  • FIFA Women's World Cup 1999
  • FIFA Women's World Cup 2003: Runner-up 2003
  • FIFA Women's World Cup 2007
  • 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney
  • 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens
  • References

    Hanna Marklund Wikipedia