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Stina Lykke Petersen

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Full name  Stina Lykke Petersen
0000–2006  OB Odense
Education  Rollins College
Place of birth  Denmark
Name  Stina Petersen
Position  Goalkeeper
Playing position  Goalkeeper
Role  Football player
Current team  1. FC Koln
Years  Team
Height  1.74 m

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Date of birth  (1986-02-09) February 9, 1986 (age 29)

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Stina Lykke Petersen (born 9 February 1986) is a Danish football goalkeeper who plays for Danish club Kolding Q and the Denmark women's national football team.


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Club career

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Lykke Petersen began playing football aged five in her hometown Højby. In 2007, she attended Rollins College in Florida and played NCAA college soccer.

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Following a successful UEFA Women's Euro 2013 tournament with Denmark, Lykke Petersen secured a transfer from Brøndby to FCR 2001 Duisburg. She had compiled three Elitedivisionen titles and four Danish Women's Cups in her time with Brøndby. In 2016 Lykke Petersen transferred to Kristianstads DFF, after playing in Odense's first three matches of the Danish season.

International career

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She was called into the Denmark squad for UEFA Women's Euro 2005 as an uncapped player.

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After a knee injury to regular goalkeeper Heidi Johansen, Lykke Petersen was elevated to first choice for UEFA Women's Euro 2013. In Denmark's opening group match against hosts Sweden she saved two second half penalty kicks from Lotta Schelin and Kosovare Asllani, respectively, to secure a 1–1 draw.

Denmark progressed to the quarter-finals on the drawing of lots, where they shocked France in a penalty shoot-out after a 1–1 draw. Lykke Petersen stopped Louisa Nécib's kick in the shoot-out, after narrowly failing to keep out the same player's penalty goal during the match. Denmark's run came to an end in the semi-final when they lost another penalty shoot-out to Norway.


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