Linda Medalen is a former Norwegian footballer. She was one of Norway’s most celebrated women footballers, finishing her international career with 152 caps, scoring 64 goals. She was on the Norwegian team that won the 1995 FIFA Women’s World Cup. She is openly gay coming out in a media article (Se go Her) in June, 1999. She married her partner, Trude Flan, in June, 2012. There was a proud moment for Linda when she was part of the Norweigan team that won FIFA Women’s World Cup in 1995. Linda was born on June 17, 1965 in Sannes, Norway. She is a police officer (don’t you love lesbians in uniform, paula).
This talented Norwegian goalkeeper has played alongside her wife, Dalum Jensen, at Asker, Djurgårdens and Lyon.
Isabell Herlovsen, Norway, striker
The 23-year-old Norwegian player made her debut on the national team at just 16. Her father is former football player Kai Erik Herlovsen. Earlier this year she came out in an interview with Norweigian TV2. She said she came out to family and friends as a teenager and felt it was important to be open about it.
Trine Ronning, Norway, defender
The 29-year-old defender made her debut on the national team in 1999. In 2009 she became team vice-captain. In January 2009, she married teammate Kristin Blystad Bjerke shortly after same-sex marriage became legal in Norway.