[People Profile] All We Know About Ann-Katrin Berger, biography, Career, Family, Networth

All We Know About Ann-Katrin Berger, biography, Career, Family, Networth

Ann Kathrine Berger is a German professional footballer, who was born 9 October 1990. She plays for the English club Chelsea as well as the German national soccer team.

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Berger started playing football at the KSG Eislingen when she was four years old. She moved to FV Faurndau as a teenager. She was promoted to the Oberliga Baden-Wurttemberg in 2007. Berger was promoted to the second division, VfL Sindelfingen, a year later.



Profiling Ann-Katrin Berger

A Quick Glance Ann-Katrin Berger
Full NamesAnn-Katrin Berger
Place of birthGöppingen, Germany
Date Of Birth9 October 1990
State of OriginGöppingen, Germany
position Goalkeeper
Current teamChelsea
careerNumber 30
Senior career*
Years Team
2009–2011 VfL Sindelfingen
2011–2014 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
2014–2016 Paris Saint-Germain
2016–2018 Birmingham City
2019– Chelsea
Salary£10,000 per week
Net Worth$1.5 Million

Berger signed a contract for three years with 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam, the highest division in Germany, is Berger’s contract. On 21 August 2011, she made her debut at the club and defeated Hamburger SV 4-0. In total, she played 450 minutes for the club in five appearances during the 2011/2012 season. Potsdam was first in the league, with an 18-2-2 record. She was the first goalkeeper in three Potsdam’s 2011-12 UEFA Women’s Champions League matches, helping the squad win shut-outs against Thor Akureyri (Glasgow City F.C.)

Berger signed with Paris Saint-Germain on June 2014. She played 22 matches in all competitions over her two-year stint with the club. She joined Birmingham City in June 2016.

Berger was diagnosed in November 2017 with thyroid cancer. She made a complete recovery. She wanted to keep playing football after her battle with cancer. She made her debut in the fourth round of the 2017-18 FA Women’s Cup against Reading on February 4, 2018. Birmingham won 1-0. She was determined and had a great season.

Berger’s strong performance in 2018 saw Birmingham City move up to fourth place after the midway point in the 2018-19 FA WSL season. After she had exhausted her contract at Birmingham City, and turned down a new offer from Chelsea, Berger joined the reigning champions Chelsea in January 2019.


Berger was called up to the German national soccer team for the first time in November 2018.



1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
  • Bundesliga Champions: 2011-2012
Birmingham City
  • FA Cup: Runners Up: 2016-17
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Chelsea and Germany goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger on her one key wish ahead of EURO 2022

Chelsea‘s Ann-Katrin Berger wants the world to see the improvement in goalkeeping in women’s football at EURO 2022.

One of the leading custodians in the world, the Germany star will be gunning for glory at July’s tournament in England.

Berger is delighted that a key feature of the 16-team showpiece will be the skyrocketing in standards of goalkeeping across the board.

“I’m happy that goalkeepers are getting the recognition,” she said.

“There was a lot of talk about smaller goals for women’s goalkeepers, but if you don’t give us a goalkeeper coach who trains us every day, how can we get better?

“That doesn’t happen in the men’s game and it’s the same for outfield players, you just won’t improve if you don’t have the right attention.

“You have to get regularly training to get to the higher level and goalkeepers now have improved massively. It’s really, really nice to see.”

Germany have dominated the Euros landscape and have won it eight times, more than any other nation.

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But it feels like anyone’s trophy to lift this time with fellow former winners Spain and Netherlands also aiming for the Wembley final on July 31.

Sarina Wiegman’s England will be fancied to go deep in the tournament but the explosion of the club game in Spain makes them early favourites, led by Ballon d’Or winner Alexia Putellas.

“We have so many leagues in Europe now and they’re really improving,” said Berger.

“We will have Europe’s finest at this tournament and you will see a lot of different playing styles, a lot of different cultures and football at the highest level.

“Because the leagues are getting better, the international level in Europe will get even higher.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if at the next World Cup and the Olympics, a lot of European countries will be up there.

“It’s the most competitive tournament yet, for sure. There are so many countries who can win it and fans will see top players who play in leagues around the world.

“It will be massive for women’s football in general. England have improved on and off the pitch and it will be a big tournament for football around the world.”

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Chelsea fans are among the most fervent in the country and Emma Hayes’s side have set the standard in the domestic game in recent seasons.

Capacity crowds have descended on Kingsmeadow to watch the Blues who brought home a stunning treble of domestic prizes last season.

As well as the final at Wembley, West London will be one of the epicentres of the tournament with Brentford Community Stadium hosting three games.

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Berger will wow fans there twice, against Denmark and then in one of the headline ties of the group stages when they face Spain on 12 July.

“Women’s football fans – and Chelsea ones – are everywhere now!” said Berger. “I can’t wait for them to come out and cheer for us in West London in particular.

“England has become my second home and I’m can’t wait to show the world how crazy the fans can be and the passion they have for the women’s game.”

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