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Pernille Mosegaard Harder: Current Club, Height, Spouse, Nationality, Net Worth, Children, Parents, Siblings, Age, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, News, Occupation, Achievements, Wikipedia, Podcast

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Biography

Pernille Mosegaard Harder was born on the 15th of November 1992 to the family of Mogens Harder and Annie Harder in Ikast, Denmark. She is a Danish professional footballer. Harder plays the role of an attacking midfielder or a forward for FA Women’s Super League club Chelsea and the Denmark national football team.

In September 2020, she became the world’s most expensive female footballer following her transfer from VfL Wolfsburg to Chelsea, but the record was broken in September 2022 by Keira Walsh when she was signed to Barcelona.
She is seen as one of the best female footballers in the world.

Harder, openly advocated for LGBTQ+ and at the same time won the UEFA Women’s Player of the Year Award in 2018 and 2020.

Full Name:Pernille Mosegaard Harder
Current club:Super League club Chelsea and the Denmark women’s national football team
Born:November 15, 1992
Place of Birth:Ikast, Denmark
Nationality:Danish
Height:5 feet 7 inches
Parents:Mogens Harder (father) and Annie Harder (mother)
Siblings:Louise Harder
Partner• Spouse:Magdalena Eriksson
Zodiac sign: Scorpio
Children: N/A
Occupation:footballer
Net Worth:$5 million.
Achievements: N/A

Early Life & Education

Pernille Mosegaard Harder was born on the 15th of November 1992 to the family of Mogens Harder and Annie Harder in Ikast, Denmark.

Pernille Mosegaard Harder started playing football as early as Five (5), for local team; Tulstrup-Faurholt Ik. She played with them from the year 1997 until 2005, approximately eight years with the club. after which she joined Ikast, her hometown club.
She grew up with her only sister Louise Harder in their hometown.
She graduated from Ikast-Brande Gymnasium in 2021.

She holds a master’s degree in business administration.

Personal Life

According to source Pernille Mosegaard Harder has been in a long-term relationship with another teammate, Magdalena Eriksson for more than seven years. They were first met when she was with Linköping’s FC. Magdalena, was openly gay, started a relationship with our forward, and the two of them made it public soon after.

She and Magdalena Eriksson work with the charity Common Goal and pledged 1% of their salaries to help tackle social issues throughout football. The couple also both push for equality and LGBTQ+ rights in sport.

She holds a master’s degree in business administration.

She grew up as a keen Manchester United fan.

Career

Pernille Mosegaard Harder had played for the following teams Viborg and IK Skovbakken in her native Denmark’s Elitedivisionen. which Skovbakken made Harder, and her contemporary Sofie Junge Pedersen contracted players in April 2010, in recognition of their outstanding potential.

Harder chose Swedish club Linköpings FC for her next destination because she wanted a new challenge, but also because she wanted to remain in Scandinavia. In September 2013 she scored all four goals in Linköpings’ 4–1 win at relegation-bound Sunnanå SK.

In the 2015 Damallsvenskan season, Harder scored a total number of seventeen (17) goals in 22 appearances for Linköping, winning a series of national awards including Årets Anfallare (English: Forward of the Year) and Årets Allsvenska Spelare (English: League Player of the Year). At the annual awards gala, she shared the stage with male winner Zlatan Ibrahimović and was described as “hyper-talented” and “world-class” by Swedish national coach Pia Sundhage. Harder was also voted Danish Football Player of the Year in 2015. In June 2016, Harder was among 30 local worthies to be named in a Wall of Fame by Linköping Municipality.

Harder enjoyed further success in the 2016 Damallsvenskan season, retaining the League Player of the Year award. Her 23 league goals secured the Top Goalscorer award and helped Linköping win the Damallsvenskan title. By now a transfer target for the biggest clubs in women’s football, Harder’s agent announced in November 2016 that she would be leaving Linköping for a new challenge.

In December 2016, it was announced that Harder had signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with VfL Wolfsburg running from January 2017. In all four seasons with the team, Harder won the Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal double. She also played in two Champions League finals (2018 and 2020), losing both to Lyon.

On 1 September 2020, Harder signed for Chelsea on a three-year contract for a world-record fee for a female footballer, reportedly in excess of £250,000. In the 2020–21 UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-finals, she scored in both legs against her former club VfL Wolfsburg.

At the inaugural 2008 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in New Zealand, Harder was part of the Denmark team who won their group before losing 4–0 to eventual champions North Korea in the quarter-final. Still 16 years old, she contributed a hat-trick to a crushing outstanding 15–0 win over Georgia in her senior international appearance in October 2009, and she has continued to score regularly for the Danish team ever since.

Harder scored further hat-tricks against Austria and Armenia in 2011 and Russia in 2013. She was named in national coach Kenneth Heiner-Møller’s Denmark squad for UEFA Women’s Euro 2013. With a total number of nine goals she had been the team’s top goalscorer in qualifying.

In October 2013, Harder won her 50th cap for Denmark in a 1–1 draw with Serbia. She scored Denmark’s only goal in the match. In March 2016, Harder was appointed captain of the national team.

In 2017, she was named in national coach Nils Nielsen’s Denmark squad for the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017. She captained the team to the final and scored a goal in Denmark’s 4–2 defeat by hosts the Netherlands. She was voted runner-up to Lieke Martens in the UEFA Women’s Player of the Year Award for 2016–2017. On 16 September 2021, she became the record goal scorer of the Denmark national team, with her sixty-six (66) goal in her 129 games. She was called up for the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 and scored the only goal for Denmark but was eliminated with the national team in the group stage.

Net Worth

Pernille Mosegaard Harder has worked as a footballer right from child. she has accumulated a satisfactory fortune from playing football. Pernille Mosegaard Harder has an astonished net worth of $5 million.

Social Media

Pernille Mosegaard Harder as humble and hardworking as she is discovered that she also has some social media platforms where she can be connected.

  • @Pernille Mosegaard Harder (@pharder10) is her Instagram handle.
  • @Pernille Mosegaard Harder (@pernilleMharder) is her Twitter handle.

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