Anja Mittag (2008)
Anja Mittag (born 16 May 1985 in Karl- Marx-Stadt, East Germany ) is a German football player. Since January 2012, she plays for the Swedish first division side LDB FC Malmö. She is also active for the senior team.
So far, Anja Mittag was active at VfB Chemnitz, Chemnitz FC and FC Erzgebirge Aue. After the end of the season 2005/ 06 she moved from 1 FFC Turbine Potsdam to Sweden to QBIK Karlstad, there to play the second half of the Swedish Championship, before returning to the start of the Bundesliga back to Potsdam. In this way, wanted lunch another footballing game culture to know. Unlike with Potsdam she played with Karlstad but against relegation from the first Swedish league.
My best year was the topper in 2004, when she won the double of championship and DFB Cup ( 2005 and 2006 ) with Potsdam and was with the U-19 national team vice European champion and world champion. The following year she again won the DFB Cup with 1 FFC Turbine Potsdam in the UEFA Women's Cup as well. Then she became European Champion with the national team.
2008 won lunch with turbine first the DFB Cup Hall and bronze at the Olympic Games in Beijing. A year later, she won again with the turbine hall DFB Cup and the German Cup. With 21 goals this season, she was second in the scoring charts.
End of May 2011 decided Germany coach Silvia Neid, that lunch is not part of the squad of the national team for the World Cup 2011.
On 19 December 2011, wrote lunch a two year contract with the Swedish first division side LDB FC Malmö. For the Swedes, it is eligible to play since January 2012. In their first competitive game for his new club in late March it achieved shortly before the end of the game-winning goal for a 2-1 win over Kopparbergs / Göteborg FC in Supercupen. Their first league game on April 9, 2012 ( 1st Round ) 4-1 win in the away game against Jitex BK crowned her at the same time with their first league goal, the goal for interim 3:1 in the 68th minute. On May 1, 2012 ( 4th Round ) get her in a 7-1 victory at home against Umeå IK FF even four goals. With 21 goals, she was in her first season as the first German scorer in Sweden.
It belonged to the squad for the European Championship 2013 in Sweden and came in all six games for use. In the final against Norway, it achieved shortly after their Substitutes with the first ball contact the winner and secured Germany to sixth title in a row.
In the 2013 season, she won the Swedish championship with Malmo, Malmo whereby sole record champion. With 13 goals, she took along with Margrét Lára Vidarsdottir the third in the scoring charts with 11 assists and 1st place in the Assist list.
On October 26, 2013 at her go 13-0 in the World Cup qualifier against Slovenia for the first time three goals in an international match. A month later, on November 23, 2013, she made the 6-0 in a World Cup qualifier against Slovakia in 18th German player of her 100th international game, where you get two goals.
- World Champion 2007
- European Champion 2005, 2009, 2013
- Olympic bronze medal in 2008
- U-19 World Champion 2004
- U-19 European Champion 2002
- Algarve Cup winner in 2006, 2012 and 2014
- UEFA Women 's Cup winner 2005
- UEFA Women's Champions League winner 2010
- German Champion 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011
- DFB Cup winner in 2004, 2005, 2006
- DFB - Pokal winner Halle 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010
- Swedish Supercup: 2012
- Swedish Champion: 2013
- Merit Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany within the meaning of
- Silver Bay Leaf 2007
- Winner of the Fritz -Walter - Medal 2005 in Gold ( Best Nachwuchsspielrin )
- Silver Shoe ( second best scorer at the U- 19 World Cup 2004)
- Bronze Ball ( third best player in the U-19 World Cup 2004)
- Player of the Year 2012 in the Damallsvenskan
- Scorer in 2012 in the Damallsvenskan
- Attacker of the year ( Årets Forward) in Sweden in 2012
For years midday supports the work of World Vision International, along with her teammate in the national Bajramaj and the National VfB Stuttgart striker Cacau. As an ambassador she stands up for children in the poorest regions of the world. Especially the early intervention of young children close to her heart.