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Date of birth
Original of
Nieuw-Bergen, Limburg, Països Baixos
Seasons at the first team
2017 - 2022
Line up
Lieke Martens began her career in her native Holland with Hereenveen before moving on to VVV-Venlo. The striker has extensive experience outside her home country having played in Belgium where she on the Super Cup with Standard Liege in 2012. Martens then went on to play in Germany with Duisburg and in Sweden with Goteborg and then Rosengärd where she won the cup and Super Cup in 2016.

After 5 years with the Club, Martens sets out to start a new adventure with the Paris Saint Germain.

Martens is a Dutch international with more than 50 caps under her belt, scoring more than 25 goals at all levels for Holland. Martens was also top scorer in the U19 European Championships in 2010. On 24 August 2017 Martens was named Best Player of the Year by UEFA.

Despite being right footed, Martens prefers to play on the left wing where she can take advantage of her technical ability and dribbling skills. She is a danger for opposing defences thanks to her pace and her eye for goal.

3 Spanish League
4 Spanish Queen's Cup
2 Spanish Supercup
3 Cup of Catalunya
1 Champions League

She was part of the first team in the history of the club to win the UEFA Womens Champions League. She also went down in football history by winning the first treble in club history. Establishing FC Barcelona as the first team in the world with trebles in men's and women's teams.


  • Turnoi de France 2020
  • World Cup 2015, 2019 (runner-up)
  • European Championship 2013, 2017 (winner)
  • Copa Algarve 2017 2018 (winner), 2019
  • Under 19 European Chmapionship 2011, 2010


  • RKVV Montagnards (1997-2005)
  • Olympia '18 (2005-2009)
  • Hogeschool van Amsterdam (2008-2009)
  • SC Heerenveen (2009 - 2010)
  • VVV-Venlo (2010 - 2011)
  • Standard de Lieja (2011 - 2012)
  • FFC 2001 Duisburg (2012 - 2014)
  • Göteborg FC (2014 - 2015)
  • F.C. Rosengård (2016 - 2017)
  • F.C. Barcelona (2017-...)

Titles and individual awards

2017 UEFA Womens Best Player


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