Caroline Graham Hansen Age, Salary, Net worth, Current Teams, Career, Height, and much more

Caroline Graham Hansen Age, Salary, Net worth, Current Teams, Career, Height, and much more

Caroline Graham Hansen is a Norwegian professional footballer who plays as a winger for Spanish Liga F club FC Barcelona and the Norway women’s national team. She is often regarded as one of the best wingers in the world. She has been playing football since childhood and has an incredible game vision.

Caroline Graham Hansen is known for her creative and offensive style of play, which has led her to be regarded as one of the best players in the world.

Here, we take a closer look at Caroline Graham Hansen’s age, salary in 2023, net worth in 2023, Playing Position, height, Current Teams, boyfriend, facts, house, Individual Awards, football career so far, wiki, transfer news, market value, stats, FIFA 22 potential, height, weight, family, pics, affairs, car, and much more.

Who Is Caroline Graham Hansen?

Caroline Graham Hansen is a professional football player from Norway. She was born on February 18, 1995, and plays as a left for FC Barcelona and the Norway women’s national team.

Caroline Graham Hansen Facts, Biography, WIKI

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Full NameCaroline Graham Hansen
Date of Birth & Age18 February 1995 (age 28)
Birth PlaceOslo
Marital StatusIn Relationship
Hometown & CountryNorway
Height1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)

Caroline Graham Hansen Age and Birthday Info 2023

How old is Caroline Graham Hansen? In this section, we will talk about her age and birthday-related info. Caroline Graham Hansen’s age is 28, and her birthday is 18 February 1995. When is her next birthday?

Birthday18 February
Name of the DaySaturday
Next Birthday18 February 2024
Place of BirthOslo
Country of BirthNorway

Caroline Graham Hansen’s Height, Weight, and Physical Condition

What is her physical condition? Want to know her Height and Weight in Feet-Inch or Meter-Centimeter? This section discussed her height-weight, foot, eyes, and hair colors.

HeightIn Centimeters: 174 cm
In Meters: 1.74 m
In Feet Inches: 5 ft 9 in
WeightIn KG: Not known
In Pound: Not known
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Caroline Graham Hansen Early Life

Hansen was born and raised in Oslo, Norway, in the neighbourhood of Tåsen. She is the eldest child of Petter Norman Hansen and Bettina Graham Hansen, and her brother, Fredrik, also plays football for American Division I University St. Bonaventure.

Hansen played for Lyn as a part of mixed-gender teams of boys and girls until age 14 because her coach said she was a bad influence on the boys. This decision started a debate within the club, and as a result, Hansen moved up to play as a starter with Lyn’s G94 team, made up of boys a year older than her.

Hansen says this is where she learned to play smarter and make better choices with the ball because the boys were physically stronger by that point.[9] Hansen played for Lyn up to age 15 and was a part of the team that won the under-16 girls’ class in the Norway Cup.

Caroline Graham Hansen Current Teams

She is playing with Barcelona.

Who is Caroline Graham Hansen’s Boyfriend, and What is her Marital Status?

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Marital StatusIn Relationship

What is her Playing Position?

She plays as a winger in her team.

What is Caroline Graham Hansen’s Salary in 2023?

Caroline Graham Hansen’s Salary in 2023 is $1 million.

What is Caroline Graham Hansen’s Net Worth in 2023?

Caroline Graham Hansen’s Net Worth in 2023 is $5 million.

Transfer Market Value

We discuss about Caroline Graham Hansen’s transfermarket history: current and highest transfer values.

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Caroline Graham Hansen Educational Qualifications

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Caroline Graham Hansen Football Career

Here, we take a closer look at her Football career so far.

Caroline Graham Hansen Club Career

2010–2013 Stabaek

In August 2010, Hansen joined her first professional club, Stabæk, and made her Toppserien debut as a 73rd-minute substitute against FK Donn. Stabæk won 3–0 with Hansen’s assist. Stabæk won the league title later that year with a 3–0 home win over Trondheims-Ørn. After extra time, she helped Stabæk win the 2011 Norwegian Women’s Cup. Hansen assisted Katrine Pedersen’s equalizer in extra time but missed the shootout.

(2013) Tyresö

In August 2013, Hansen joined Damallsvenskan winners Tyresö FF. In the second half of the season, she started five of her seven league games and scored three goals. She played in Tyresö’s Round of 32 match against Paris Saint-Germain and the Round of 16 match against Fortuna Hjørring in the 2013–14 UEFA Women’s Champions League.

(2014) Stabæk’s Return

Hansen returned to Stabæk in January 2014 to finish high school after failing in Sweden. She was also concerned about the club’s fragility, which would cause it to fold the summer after reaching the 2014 UEFA Women’s Champions League Final.

She planned to relocate again after graduating in June 2014, as several top European teams monitored her. Hansen planned her career after football since she knew female footballers don’t make enough to retire. After returning to Stabæk, she played Toppserien matches with the women’s squad and trained with the senior and juvenile male teams.

2014–2019 Wolfsburg

Hansen’s two-year contract with VfL Wolfsburg was revealed on 8 May 2014. Her annual income was around £100,000, according to Norwegian media. Hansen developed a jumper’s knee late in her first Wolfsburg season. This incident destroyed most of her knee tendon, causing years of injury problems.

The injury ruled her out of Wolfsburg’s 2014–15 Champions League, Norway’s 2015 Algarve Cup, and the 2015 Women’s World Cup. Hansen fractured his kneecap late in the 2015–16 season. After a 1–1 draw in regular time, Wolfsburg reached the 2016 UEFA Women’s Champions League Final, where Hansen sat out with an injury. Lyon won 4–3 on penalties.

In a league match against 1. FFC Frankfurt in November 2016, Hansen fractured her leg and missed two months of play. After Hansen recovered from her leg fracture, Wolfsburg played Lyon in the 2016–17 UEFA Women’s Champions League quarterfinals. In the second leg, Hansen scored a penalty in the 82nd minute, but the eventual champions prevailed 2–1 on aggregate. Later that season, she completed the domestic double with Wolfsburg for the first time, winning her maiden league title and defeating SC Sand 2–1 in the 2017 DFB-Pokal final.

In February 2018, Hansen renewed her Wolfsburg contract for 2019. That season, Wolfsburg won the league again. Hansen played her maiden penalty shootout in the 2018 DFB-Pokal final a few days after Wolfsburg’s league championship. She won her second domestic double after scoring the winning penalty against Bayern Munich. In the final, she injured herself but played the complete 120 minutes. She started the 2018 UEFA Women’s Champions League Final a week later but fell in discomfort after 30 minutes. After Hansen was injured at halftime and replaced by Tessa Wullaert, Wolfsburg fell against Lyon in extra time after Lyon scored four goals in twenty minutes.

In Hansen’s final season with Wolfsburg, she declined to renew her contract. She started and played all 90 minutes in the DFB-Pokal final against SC Freiburg, which Wolfsburg won 1–0 with to Ewa Pajor’s goal. Her third league title with Wolfsburg came that year.

In 33 matches in Wolfsburg’s last season, she scored 14 goals and assisted 29. She won 8 major medals and scored 51 goals in 133 matches in Germany.

(2019–present) Barcelona

Season 2019–20

Hansen signed a two-year contract with FC Barcelona on 20 May 2019, becoming the first Norwegian to play for the Blaugrana club in men’s or women’s football.[8]Barcelona’s possession-based game appealed to her. On August 24, 2020, she won the Copa Catalunya. On Hansen’s league debut, Barcelona defeated CD TACÓN (now Real Madrid Femenino). Hansen scored Barcelona’s 6th goal in a 9–1 win over Los Blancos.

Barcelona won the Supercopa de España on February 10, 2020, with Hansen scoring Barcelona’s fifth goal. In March 2020, Hansen donated 10% of her Barcelona salary to COVID-19 victims. Barcelona was named league winner on 6 May 2020 when the Royal Spanish Football Federation prematurely ended the tournament. In 2019–20, she led the Primera Division with assists.

The 2019–20 UEFA Women’s Champions League was halted until August 2020, when it was contested in single-leg knockout stages in the Basque Country. Hansen played all 90 minutes in the quarterfinals against Barcelona’s domestic rivals Atlético Madrid. Barcelona scored in the 80th minute when Kheira Hamraoui scored on a Hansen cross rebound. Barcelona lost 1–0 to her former team VfL Wolfsburg in the semifinals.

Season 2020–21

Hansen started the first competitive women’s match at Camp Nou in 2021. She assisted Alexia Putellas’ first stadium goal from a corner in the match. A week later, she extended her Barcelona contract through 2023.

Barcelona won the 2020–21 UEFA Women’s Champions League Round of 32 8–2 after Hansen scored two goals against PSV. Barcelona met Manchester City in the quarterfinals after defeating Fortuna Hjørring in the Round of 16. Hansen started the quarterfinal’s first leg but left with a knee injury in the 62nd minute. She assisted Barcelona’s sole goal in the second leg, which City won 2–1.

Barcelona advanced to the semifinals against Paris Saint-Germain. Hansen assisted Lieke Martens’ second goal in the second leg of the semifinals. With that second goal, Barcelona advanced to their second UEFA Women’s Champions League Final. Hansen scored Barcelona’s fourth goal in the 36th minute of the final against Chelsea on 16 May 2021.

Hansen’s goal put Chelsea down 4–0 in the single-leg UWCL final. After losing two Champions League finals, Hansen won her first European trophy after Mariona Caldenty replaced her in the 62nd minute.

She said in a post-match interview that “football was no longer fun” after years of injuries and Champions League final losses, and she planned to retire early in 2018. Hansen was nominated to the 2020–21 UWCL Squad of the Season with seven other Barcelona players after scoring 3 goals and 5 assists in 9 matches. Later, she was nominated for the UEFA Women’s Champions League Forward of the Season.

Spain’s assist leader was Hansen. In November 2021, Hansen was selected Primera División Player of the Year.

Season 2021–22

She was temporarily removed from the active roster in November 2021 after experiencing a high heart rate and chest pain during a match. As a result, the club announced cardiac diagnostic testing. After successfully treating a cardiac problem, the club said it would return to play. In Barcelona’s second group stage encounter against Arsenal W.F.C., Hansen assisted Jenni Hermoso’s second goal in a 4–0 triumph.

Season 2022–23

Hansen renewed her Barcelona contract until June 2026 in January 2023.

Caroline Graham Hansen International career

Hansen, who was 16 years old then, was on the Norwegian under-19 team that came in second place at the 2011 UEFA Women’s U-19 Championship, which Germany won. Hansen was also on the Norwegian team that went to Japan for the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup and made it to the quarterfinals.

In November 2011, she played her first game for Norway against Belgium. Hansen scored her first goal for Norway as a senior player in an 11–0 win over Bulgaria in June 2012. She also helped set up more than half of Norway’s goals in that game.

Even Pellerud, a senior coach, put Hansen on Norway’s team for the UEFA Women’s Euro 2013. Hansen, the winger, and Ada Hegerberg, the striker, both in their teens, were important parts of the Norwegian team that made it to the final. Hansen got a penalty in the final at Friends Arena after Saskia Bartusiak fouled her, but Germany’s custodian Nadine Angerer saved her second penalty. With Anja Mittag’s goal, Germany won their sixth title in a row.

Hansen hurt her knee in 2015, so she couldn’t play in the Algarve Cup. This made her unlikely to play in the 2015 Women’s World Cup. On May 19, 2015, it was confirmed that she couldn’t play in the World Cup because she hadn’t healed from her injury in time. Hansen made her return to the Norwegian national team in January of the following year. She scored one of Norway’s six goals in a game against Romania.

Hansen was chosen to be on the national team before the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017. Norway was put in a very tough group with the Netherlands, which won the tournament, Denmark, which finished second, and Belgium, which finished third. They played against the Netherlands in their first game and lost 1–0. After that loss, Norway lost 2-0 to Belgium. After the game, Hansen said that Belgium’s goalkeeper should have given her a penalty because she was taken down in the box.

Norway went on to play Denmark in the last game of the group stage. Before the game, Denmark’s assistant coach said that she “expected more” from Hansen and Ada Hegerberg and that her team planned to stop the two forwards. Denmark took an early 1-0 lead, but Hegerberg was called for a penalty just before halftime, which Hansen missed.

Norway lost the game again, making it two in a row. At the end of it all, Norway didn’t score any goals, lost three games, got no points, and was eliminated from the event in the group stage for the first time since 1997. Hegerberg, one of Hansen’s longtime teammates on the national team, left the team in a controversial way after their win, which “surprised” Hansen. After the game, Hansen said that the NFF should have given the women’s team more money.

Norway’s problems continued into the group rounds of qualifying for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, where they lost to the Netherlands on Vivianne Miedema’s header in extra time. Hansen left the pitch in tears. The loss put them in danger of not coming in first place in their qualifying group, which could have sent them to the qualification playoffs.

But they won 7 games in a row, including a crucial win against the Dutch, which put them at the top of the table and immediately qualified them for the 2019 Women’s World Cup. Hansen got 6 goals in the 8 qualifying games that Norway played. She also became captain of the national team around this time, along with Maren Mjelde and Ingrid Moe Wold, who were also on the team.

It was announced in 2019 that she would play for Norway at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. This was Hansen’s big break, as she was the best forward in Norway’s first big international event since Ada Hegerberg’s retirement in 2017. In the first game of the group stage, Norway played Nigeria.

Hansen set up Norway’s first event goal, which Guro Reiten scored with a pass. That game was won by Norway 3–0. Norway played South Korea in the last game of the group stage. Hansen scored the spot that put Norway ahead 1-0. Norway won the game 2–1, finishing second in Group A, which got them into the Round of 16.

She was on crutches at the end of the game because she hurt her left ankle badly, which led to a penalty kick for Norway. She played for 65 minutes before being taken out of the game. For her play, she was named Player of the Match.

Even though Hansen hurt herself against South Korea, she had to play Australia in the Round of 16. Norway surprised everyone by winning after a penalty shootout. She scored the first of Norway’s four penalty kicks, and Australia won the shootout 4–1. Hansen’s performance against Australia got her second Player of the Match tournament award.

Then, Norway made it to the quarterfinals, where England beat them and sent them home. Even though she lost in the semifinals, she had more successful dribbles than any other player.

She was added to the 23-person Norwegian team for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 on June 19, 2023.

Caroline Graham Hansen Individual Awards

  • Statoil Talent Award of the Year: 2012
  • Gullballen: 2019, 2020
  • Primera División MVP of the Season: 2020–21
  • The Best FIFA Football Awards Nominee: 2019, 2020
  • UEFA Women’s Champions League Squad of the Season: 2019–20, 2020–21

Interesting Facts about Caroline Graham Hansen

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Caroline Graham Hansen Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube

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What is the Net Worth of Caroline Graham Hansen?

She has a total wealth of $5 million.

What is the Height of Caroline Graham Hansen?

Her height is 1.74 m.

Is Caroline Graham Hansen left or right-footed?

She is Right-footed.


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