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Ana-Maria Crnogorčević

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Born
1990 (28 years old)

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Steffisburg, Switzerland

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175 cm (5 ft 9 in)

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Portland Thorns

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American NWSL

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Ana-Maria Crnogorčević (born 3 October 1990) is a Swiss footballer. She plays as a striker for Portland Thorns FC in the NWSL and represents the Switzerland women's national football team. A fast player with good heading ability, Crnogorčević is considered alongside Ramona Bachmann one of Switzerland's most talented female footballers.

Club career
Crnogorčević began her club career with FC Steffisburg at age 11. In 2004, she moved to FC Rot-Schwarz Thun, then later to FC Thun. In 2009, she helped Rot-Schwarz win the Swiss Cup final. Crnogorčević scored a hat-trick in the 8–0 win over FC Schlieren. She was also top-scorer with 24 goals in the Nationalliga A. In September 2009 she joined German Bundesliga team Hamburger SV. She made her debut for HSV on 27 September, scoring in a 3–2 win at SG Essen-Schönebeck. Crnogorčević finished her first season in Germany with eight goals from 19 appearances.

After a body painting photo shoot with the Bild newspaper, Crnogorčević was proclaimed the most attractive footballer in Germany.

She signed with Portland Thorns FC ahead of the 2018 National Women's Soccer League season

International career

Crnogorčević, who has dual nationality, turned down an approach to play for Croatia when she was 17. Instead she scored 25 goals in 29 games for the Switzerland U19 team. At the 2009 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship in Belarus, she reached the semi-final with her team. On 12 August 2009 she made her debut for the Swiss senior team in a friendly against Sweden. In August 2010 she scored five goals in an 8–0 World Cup qualifying win over Kazakhstan.


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