1980 Women's Nordic Football Championship

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1980 Women's Nordic Football Championship
Tournament details
Host countrySweden
Dates10 July – 13 July 1980
Teams4
Venue(s)5 (in 3 host cities)
Final positions
ChampionsFlag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (4th title)
Tournament statistics
Matches played6
Goals scored21 (3.5 per match)
Attendance10,388 (1,731 per match)
Top scorer(s) Flag of Sweden.svg Pia Sundhage (4 goals)
1979
1981

1980 Women's Nordic Football Championship was the seventh edition of the Women's Nordic Football Championship tournament. It was held from 10 July to 13 July in Gothenburg, Mölndal and Öckerö in Sweden.

Women's Nordic Football Championship was an international football competition contested by the women's national football teams of the Nordic countries. The tournament was held annually between 1974 and 1982. Finland, Denmark and Sweden competed from the start, Norway joined the tournament in 1978. Iceland and Faroe Islands did not take part at the competition.

Gothenburg City in Västergötland and Bohuslän, Sweden

Gothenburg is the second-largest city in Sweden, fifth-largest in the Nordic countries, and capital of the Västra Götaland County. It is situated by Kattegat, on the west coast of Sweden, and has a population of approximately 570,000 in the city center and about 1 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area.

Mölndal Place in Mölndal Municipality, Sweden

Mölndal is a part of the Gothenburg urban area on the west-coast of Sweden, and constitutes the administrative centre of Mölndal Municipality. About 40,000 of the municipality's 60,000 inhabitants live in Mölndal proper.

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Standings

TeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 3120114+74
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 312073+44
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 30212642
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 30211872

Results

Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg4–0Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
Stengård Soccerball shade.svg ?'
Ehmsen Soccerball shade.svg ?'
Hansen Soccerball shade.svg ?'
Hindkjær Soccerball shade.svg ?'
Report
Hovåsvallen, Gothenburg
Attendance: 150
Referee: L-O. Eliasson, Sweden

Finland  Flag of Finland.svg0–7Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Report Sintorn Soccerball shade.svg 3'Soccerball shade.svg 24'
Sundhage Soccerball shade.svg 6'Soccerball shade.svg 68'Soccerball shade.svg 70'
Lundstedt Soccerball shade.svg 13'
Ödlund Soccerball shade.svg 65'
Kvarnbyvallen, Mölndal
Attendance: 1,030
Referee: Christer Drottz, Sweden


Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg1–1Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
Niemann Soccerball shade.svg ?' Report Leskinen Soccerball shade.svg ?'
Prästängen, Öckerö
Attendance: 1,538
Referee: Lars-Göran Andersson, Sweden

Norway  Flag of Norway.svg2–2Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Pedersen Soccerball shade.svg ?'
Nielsen Soccerball shade.svg ?'
Report Sundhage Soccerball shade.svg ?'
Ödlund Soccerball shade.svg ?'
Prästängen, Öckerö
Attendance: 1,585
Referee: Roland Henkelman, Sweden


Finland  Flag of Finland.svg0–0Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
Report
Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg
Attendance: 285
Referee: Kjell Lind, Sweden

Denmark  Flag of Denmark.svg2–2Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Hindkjær Soccerball shade.svg 20'
Holst Soccerball shade.svg 39'
Report Lundmark Soccerball shade.svg 25'
Sintorn Soccerball shade.svg 63'
Nya Ullevi, Gothenburg
Attendance: 5,800
Referee: J. Almqvist, Sweden

Goalscorers

4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal

Jette Hansen is a Danish footballer who played as a defender for the Denmark women's national football team. She was part of the team at the 1984 European Competition for Women's Football. At the club level she played for Boldklubben Rødovre in Denmark.

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