|birthday||April 28, 1991|
|place of birth||Bolzano , Italy|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|2011-2013||CF South Tyrol|
|2011-2013||FF USV Jena||17 (0)|
|2011-2013||FF USV Jena II||5 (0)|
|2013-2015||FC Bayern Munich||0 (0)|
|2013-2015||FC Bayern Munich II||7 (0)|
|2015-2016||Bayer 04 Leverkusen||0 (0)|
|2016||CF South Tyrol||9 (0)|
|2016-2018||AFC Unterland women||29 (0)|
|2018–||Inter Milan||16 (0)|
|Years||selection||Games (goals) 2|
|2006-2007||Italy U17||6 (0)|
|2007-2010||Italy U19||11 (0)|
1 Only league games are given.
As of July 4, 2019
2 As of March 7, 2020
Schroffenegger began her career at the age of six at Haslacher SV , initially as a field player, later in midfield and in attack. After seven years, she left the club from the Bolzano district of Oberau-Haslach and switched to the E-youth team of the Bozen FC women's team . Since the newly founded club did not belong to any league, she played parallel for Haslacher SV as a goalkeeper and finally joined the Bolzano team at the age of 13. In the summer of 2006 she moved to SSV Brixen after convincing in several junior selections . After three years in the Eisack Valley , she moved to CF Südtirol in July 2009 , where she was named “Best Goal Woman in Serie A”.
For the 2011/12 season she moved to the German Bundesliga club FF USV Jena , for whom she made her debut on August 21, 2011 (1st matchday) in the 3-0 defeat at home against VfL Wolfsburg . Because of injuries, she came only to eleven point matches. In July 2012, she extended her contract term for another year.
For the 2013/14 season she was signed by Bayern Munich , for which she made her league debut on November 9, 2014 (7th matchday) in the 1-0 win of the second team in the home game against 1. FC Saarbrücken . With FC Bayern she won the German championship at the end of the 2014/15 season . For the 2015/16 season she was signed by league rivals Bayer 04 Leverkusen , but remained without a Bundesliga appearance. In February 2016 - after her current contract had been terminated - she signed the Italian first division club CF Südtirol , for which she played nine point games and with him, in twelfth place and bottom of the table, relegated to the second division. On August 21, 2017, she moved from CF South Tyrol to Serie B, to AFC Unterland Women in Kurtinig . She moved to Inter Milan in August 2018 . In 2019, she celebrated promotion to Serie A with Inter .
After taking part in the Torneo delle regioni as the number 1 goalkeeper in Trentino-South Tyrol and convincing, Schroffenegger received an invitation to a three-day training session for the U-17 women's national team in Rome . Here she made her debut in the summer of 2006 and came to her first two international matches . In January 2008 Schroffenegger received her first nomination for the U-19 national team and made her debut in March 2008 in an international U-19 tournament in Spain. After successfully completing the European Championship qualification, she won the title with the U-19 national team at the European Championship, which was held in France from July 7th to 19th, 2008 . She also took part in the U-19 European Championship held in Macedonia from May 24 to June 5, 2010, with the team, but failed with her in the group stage in which she u. a. also stood in the goal in the 1: 4 lost game against the selection of Germany .
After playing 23 international matches for the U-19s, she made her debut on March 9, 2011 for the senior national team - as part of the Cyprus Cup - in a 2-0 win in the game against Russia when she was in the 79th minute for the "number one", Anna Picarelli , was used. At the European Championship held in Sweden from July 10 to 28, 2013 , she was a member of the senior national team, but did not appear in the tournament as the second goalkeeper behind Chiara Marchitelli . On June 5, 2017, the goalkeeper of the Serie B club from Kurtinig was appointed to the preliminary squad for the 2017 European women's football championship in the Netherlands .
Achievements / Awards
- U-19 European Champion 2008
- German Champion 2015 (with FC Bayern Munich)
- Goalkeeper of 2011, the Serie A
- Master in series B
- Katja Schroffenegger in the database of fussballdaten.de
- Katja Schroffenegger in the database of weltfussball.de
- Katja Schroffenegger on soccerdonna.de
- Katja Schroffenegger fears about the continuation of her career
- Katja Schroffenegger - CF South Tyrol
- Katja Schroffenegger best goalkeeper of the year
- Italian number two strengthens Jena ( Memento from December 2, 2013 in the Internet Archive )
- Press release ( memento of September 27, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) on the homepage of the USV Jena.
- Press release on the FC Bayern homepage.
- The goalie - Katja Schroffenegger in Fire & Flame ( Memento from June 15, 2016 in the Internet Archive )
- Bayer brings goalkeeper Schroffenegger from Munich on dfb.de.
- Presentata Katja Schroffenegger ( Memento from March 5, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) on suedtiroldamen.com (Italian)
- Table on matchday 22 on scoresway.com.
- Katja Schroffenegger changes to Unterland Damen
- Katja Schroffenegger ( memento from February 26, 2018 in the Internet Archive ) on afcunterlanddamen.it
- Katja Schroffenegger changes to Inter. Retrieved May 16, 2019 .
- uefa.com: "Italy replaces Germany"
- Match report on uefa.com
- figc.it: "ITALIA - RUSSIA" ( Memento of December 3, 2013 in the Internet Archive )
- Italy's EM squad on weltfussball.de.
- Calcio femminile, Europeo 2017: le convocate dell'Italia , accessed on June 15, 2017
- Jena's goalkeeper access Katja Schroffenegger reminds a lot of Bozen
- Katja Schroffenegger: First Bachelor, then German Champion
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Italian soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||April 28, 1991|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Bolzano , Italy|