Norwegian football player Elisabeth Terland signs for Brighton for the WSL season

Striker Elisabeth Terland of Norway returns to the Amex from SK Brann – as an Albion player on a two-year contract.

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Elisabeth Terland. Source: https://www.theargus.co.uk/resources/images/14325333.jpg?type=responsive-gallery-fullscreen

Terland started his career as a child in Nærbø IL. When she was 13, Elisabeth moved to Bryne. There she played most of the time in the men’s team of her age group.

However, she also took part in a few matches for the women’s team, which played in the Third Division (which is the fourth tier of Norwegian football). Before Elisabeth reached the age of 16, she was already considered one of the most outstanding Norwegian talents of her age.

Terland officially signed for Klepp in December 2016. By then, she had been training with the club for the entire previous season.

When she was 15, on April 17, 2017, she made her Toppserien debut, which is Norway’s highest level. She initiated the match, which was the first of the season, against LSK kvinner, who had won the previous year.

A year later, in 2018, she performed for Klepp and received a dazzling silver medal in Toppserien. In April 2019, Terland had to take a break from training after suffering an overuse injury.

This was possibly due to the fact that at the time she was playing for both Klepp’s Toppserien team and the U19 team. Moreover, she also played with the U19 national team.

Elisabeth had to take a break from football to treat her injury. She returned to play in the fall: the first game she played after her injury in Toppserien was on September 15, 2019.

Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten called her the number one female talent in Norwegian football in 2019. In November 2020, Sandviken said they had signed Terland with Tuva Hansen, one of her teammates from Klepp. Together they won the Toppserien in 2021.

In January 2022, UEFA included Terland in a list of important female football players to watch in 2022. Terland’s debut for the Norway national team was on April 8, 2021 in a match against Belgium, when she acted as a substitute player for Amalie. Eikeland.

Terland scored 5 goals in 13 international appearances and earned her last cap as a second-half substitute in Norway’s game against England at the Amex, which the former lost.

She came on as a substitute again four nights later when they returned to play against Austria, but was not used this time. Terland says she got a taste of the club when she played at Amex. She says the stadium is beautiful and she also used the training facilities with Norway at the Euros.

She also says she has a lot of ambitions she wants to achieve in her career and playing overseas is one of them, and expresses her joy at coming to Brighton and showing what she can do.

Hope Powell says Terland has good options in forward positions. Additionally, Powell says he thinks she will adapt quickly to the WSL.

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