Nataša Andonova

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Nataša Andonova
Nataša Andonova (2013)
birthday 4th December 1993
place of birth NegotinoMacedonia
size 169 cm
position Storm
Years station Games (goals) 1
2004-2009 ZFK Tikvešanka
2009-2010 ZFK Borec
2011-2013 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam II 12 0(7)
2011-2015 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam 61 (12)
2015-2017 FC Rosengård 34 (20)
2017 Paris Saint-Germain 7 0(0)
2017-2019 FC Barcelona 43 0(7)
2019– Levant UD
National team
Years selection Games (goals) 2
2008-2009 Macedonia U-17 9 0(7)
2010-2011 Macedonia U-19 9 0(6)
2008-2015 Macedonia 36 (15)
1 Only league games are given.
As of August 31, 2019

2 As of May 31, 2017

Nataša Andonova (also spelled Natasha Andonova; Macedonian Наташа Андонова ; born December 4, 1993 in Negotino ) is a Macedonian soccer player . The striker has been the captain of her country's national team from 2012-2015 and since 2018, and currently plays for Levante UD . She is the younger sister of Sijche Andonova , who was also a Macedonian national player.

Origin and education

N. Andonova was born in Negotino , Macedonia , where she grew up with her parents together with her sister. She attended the local elementary school and high school. From January 2011, Andonova was an exchange student at the sports school Potsdam "Friedrich Ludwig Jahn" for one year . In 2013 she started a distance learning course in sports management at FON University of Skopje.


Clubs in Macedonia

N. Andonova began her career at the Macedonian club ZFK Tikvešanka, with whom she played in the Macedonian women's football league, was Macedonian champion and cup winner in 2009 and played in the Champions League in the same year . At the qualifying tournament in Strumica (Macedonia), she was used in all three games (0: 5 against FC NSA Sofia , 1: 7 against HSC Montpellier , 2: 4 against KÍ Klaksvík ) and scored her team's goal in the game against Montpellier. In September 2009 she moved to ZFK Borec, with whom she again became Macedonian champion and cup winner in 2010 and was also used in three games in the Champions League (0: 4 against Gintra Universitetas , 0:10 against Everton LFC , 0: 2 against KÍ Klaksvík).

1. FFC Turbine Potsdam

In the summer of 2009, N. Andonova took part in a trial training session at 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam and on August 11, 2009 scored two goals in a friendly against the men's team of CM Veritas Wittenberge (final score: 2: 5 for Wittenberge). But it wasn't until the beginning of 2011 that the change came about. From February 2011 she was eligible to play with the Bundesliga club 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam, with whom she became German champions in 2011 and 2012. On February 20, 2011 Andonova made his debut for Turbine Potsdam in the game against 1. FC Saarbrücken in the 1. Bundesliga. A week later she scored her first goal in the 74th minute in the DFB Cup semi-final against Bayern Munich to make it 4-2. In the final of the DFB Cup against 1. FFC Frankfurt (final score: 1: 2) she was substituted on in the 81st minute. In addition, she was used on three match days in the second team of Turbine in the 2nd Bundesliga North in the 2010/11 season . In the Bundesliga Cup, the bridging tournament between the end of the championship and the World Cup, Natasa Andonova was used in all six games and scored seven goals. In the final, Turbine Potsdam lost to Bayern Munich 1: 2.

In the 2011/12 season she was used in eleven Bundesliga games and was in the starting line-up three times. In November and December 2011 she was used four times in the second team of Turbine in the 2nd Bundesliga and on November 27, 2011 in the game Werder Bremen - Turbine Potsdam (final score: 2: 2) scored the 1: 2 for Turbine - their first second division goal. In the DFB Cup, she was used in the main round of the game Turbine Potsdam - SG Essen-Schönebeck and scored the 2-0 in the 41st minute (final score: 5-0). For her first appearance in the Champions League for Turbine Potsdam Andonova came in the 2-0 home win on March 14, 2012 against FC Rossiyanka (Russia), when she came on in the 77th minute.

On the first day of the 2012/13 season , Andonova scored her first goal in the top division in an 8-1 win for Turbine Potsdam in Sindelfingen. In total, she made ten appearances in the 1st Bundesliga during the season and scored five goals. In the Champions League, she scored her first two goals on September 26, 2012 in the away game at Standard Femina de Liege (Belgium), which Turbine Potsdam won 3-1. In the second leg in Potsdam on October 3, she scored three goals in Turbine's 5-0 win. After a fracture in her ankle in the Champions League first leg in London on November 1, 2012, she was out for several months and only returned to the first team at the end of the season. In March and April 2013, she played five times for the second team in the 2nd Bundesliga and scored six goals. She and her team played in the DFB Cup final against Vfl Wolfsburg on May 19, 2013 (final score 2: 3), but had to be replaced with injuries in the first half.

In the 2013/14 season , after a ligament tear in preparation, she was still in the second team on the first matchday and then played seventeen first division games in which she scored three goals. In the Champions League she made four appearances against Olympique Lyon, Torres Sassari and MTK Budapest and scored three goals against the latter. In the 2014/15 season she was part of the first team's regular squad and was used in all 22 games. She scored four goals. Your free-kick goal in the game against Bayer Leverkusen was voted Goal of the Month for the Women's Bundesliga in November. With her team she was in the DFB Cup final for the third time after 2011 and 2013, but had to admit defeat again.

FC Rosengård

In FC Rosengård August 2015.

After 61 games in five seasons for 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam , she moved to Sweden for FC Rosengård in June 2015 . There she was eligible to play from July 15. She had her first appearance in Damallsvenskan at 1-1 in Mallbacken on July 15th. Her first hit was strange. In the statistics, she was listed as the goalscorer for Rosengård at 1: 2 on July 22nd in Linköping, although her free kick hit the crossbar and only the subsequent header from Berglund carried the ball over the line. Her free kick goal to 2-2 on July 26th against Kopparbergs / Gothenburg was her first real goal for Rosengård. On August 9, she was with her team in the Swedish Cup final (Svenska Cupen) against Linköpings FC , the game was lost 2-0. On October 18, 2015, she became Swedish champion (Svenska Mästare) with FC Rosengård by beating Linköpings FC 5-0 on the last match day . In the game she scored three goals. Overall, she came in 13 games on 12 goals this season and was fourth-best goalscorer in the league despite her late entry. The 2016 season began for Andonova by winning the Supercup. On March 16, Rosengård beat Linköpings FC 2-1. Rosengård was runner-up in the 2016 season behind Linköping, but won the cup final on August 28, 2016 3-1 against Linköping. In the Champions League, Rosengård at FFC Frankfurt only failed in the quarterfinals on penalties.

Paris Saint-Germain

In February 2017 Andonova moved to the French first division club Paris Saint-Germain FC , where she played in seven league games in six months, in which she remained goalless. In contrast, she was able to contribute two hits in the cup semi-final against St. Etienne at 4-1. PSG lost the cup final to Lyon, in which they were not used, as well as the Champions League final, where Andonova was not eligible to play. In June Andonova left the club again.

FC Barcelona

On June 23, 2017, she signed a two-year contract in the Primera Iberdrola with FC Barcelona until June 30, 2019. In the 2017/2018 season she was runner-up, played 20 games and scored 4 goals. In 2018 she and her team won the Spanish and Catalan Cups. In the Champions League, she and her team failed in the quarter-finals at Lyon.

Levant UD

In July 2019 Andonova moved to the Levante UD in Valencia .

National team

Her first international game played N. Andonova on September 13, 2008 in the U-17 selection of Macedonia in the qualifier for the U-17 European Championship 2009 against Poland. Thanks to her three goals, Macedonia won the game in Strumica (Macedonia) 3: 2 and after a 1: 2 against the Czech Republic and a 3: 0 against Latvia, Andonova scored one goal each, finishing second in the group for the first time in the 2nd round April 2009 qualify. Macedonia had no chance against Sweden, Norway and the Ukraine and after three defeats they finished bottom of the group with 4:15 goals. Andonova, meanwhile captain of the U17 national team, contributed two goals. In the qualifying round for the U-17 European Championship 2010 Andonova met with her team on England, Wales and Belarus and was group bottom with one point and 1: 9 goals.

In the summer of 2010 (May 4 to June 5) Andonova led the Macedonian U-19 selection at the European Championships in her own country as captain . In Group B Macedonia had no chance against the Netherlands, France and Spain, losing all three games with a total of 1:19 goals. Andonova scored the only goal for their country with a 40-meter shot against France and was named a European Championship Golden Player and named one of ten talents by UEFA. In the two qualifying rounds for the U-19 European Championships in 2011 and 2012, she and her team were third in the group with one win and two losses and could not qualify for the next round. In the six games, Andonova scored 5 goals.

As a 14-year-old Andonova was already used in the Macedonian national team in friendly matches. In her very first game on November 7, 2008, she scored two goals in Macedonia's 3-2 win over Malta. On March 27, 2010, Andonova made his debut at the age of 16 in the World Cup qualifier in Macedonia's 14-0 defeat against Norway . It was used in four qualifying games for the 2011 World Cup and 12 games in the preliminary round and qualifying for the 2013 European Championship and scored a total of 5 goals. On June 20, 2012 she ran in the European Championship qualifier against Poland (0: 4) for the first time as captain of the national team. In qualifying for the 2015 World Cup, she scored four goals in eight games. With her 1-1 goal in the game against Estonia, she secured her team the first point ever in a World Cup qualification.

Her last game for the national team was against Scotland on November 29, 2015 (0:10). Then there were quarrels, in particular between the new national coach Izow and the three top players playing abroad, Natasha and Sijche Andonova and Gentiana Rocci. In 2016 the Macedonian Football Association dissolved its national women's team for 3 years.


  • Swedish champion 2015
  • German champion 2011 and 2012
  • Macedonian champion 2009 and 2010
  • Winner of the Swedish Super Cup 2016
  • Swedish cup winner 2016
  • Spanish Cup Winner (Copa de la Reina) 2018
  • Catalan cup winner 2018
  • Macedonian Cup Winner 2009 and 2010
  • Golden Player of the U-19 European Championship 2010
  • Best female soccer player in Macedonia 2009, 2010, 2012–2015
  • Best female athlete in Macedonia 2014
  • Winner of the International Turbine Indoor Cup 2014 and 2015

Web links

Commons : Nataša Andonova  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Second test in Wittenberge ends 2: 5 - Natascha Andonova scores twice for Turbine Potsdam. ( Memento from February 3, 2014 in the Internet Archive )
  2. ↑ Three pack of Andonovas. Retrieved January 26, 2014 .
  3. Expressen : Nataša Andonova clearly för FC Rosengård | Sport KVP from May 18, 2015.
  4. Natasa Andonova signs for Paris Saint-Germain - Women Team
  5. Natasa Andonova - StatsFootOFeminin
  6. Natasa Andonova, en fin de bail avec le PSG, a rejoint le Barça.
  7. Natasa Andonova reforça el Barça femení
  8. La ex del Barça Natasa Andonova ficha por el Levante. In: Mundo Deportivo , July 4, 2019, accessed August 31, 2019 .
  9. Ten talents of the U19 European Championship for women