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Zenatha and Thomalina Win Lithuanian Cup

Zenatha and Thomalina won the 2015-2016 Lithuanian Women’s Cup after winning every single game.


Both players featured in every Cup match including the final won by their FK Gintra-Universitetas team in style – 10:0 over LSU-Žara.

Prior to joining Gintra, the two Namibian internationals won their home country’s Women’s Super League defending the colors of Tura Magic FC. Thomalina proved key with her signature crosses and surging runs from the right wing, while Zenatha was amongst the top goal scorers with an incredible tally of 53 goals in 18 matches.

The duo continued their winning streak at Gintra, which has dominated women’s football in Lithuania, winning the A Lyga for the past 11 years in a row. The next challenge for the players will be UEFA Women’s Champions League preliminary round as Gintra are scheduled to take on the Champions of Kazakhstan, Ireland, and Moldova at the end of August.

Sweden’s National team captain, Caroline Seger has signed with Olympique Lyonnais.

The 31-year-old midfielder joins Europe’s best team. Lyon have won the Champion League three times in the past 6 years and has played in two finals. They recently won their tenth straight league title.

It is a great challenge; one cannot go to a better club or get to a higher level. There’s a world class player in every position at OL, said Seger, and I feel happy to be staying in France and not to have to learn a new language.


LTA Agency wish Seger the best of luck at her new club and a very good season.

Spanish international, Irene Paredes has signed a one-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain until 30 June 2017.

The 25-year-old defender, who recently won the Spanish championship with Athletic Bilbao, played 26 matches for the Basque side last season. She scored an impressive 25 goals in 128 games for Bilbao.

Irene has so far earned 33 caps for Spanish National Team scoring one goal. She played all matches as Spain reached quarterfinals of the 2013 UEFA Women’s Euros in Sweden as well as all the group matches at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for me to come and play for Paris Saint-Germain,” declared Irene Paredes. “I have enjoyed a magnificent season with Athletic Bilbao, and I’m sure that I will experience just as much joy and success with Paris Saint-Germain. I can’t wait to meet my new teammate, and I will do everything to help my new club reach its objectives.”

She joins fellow Spanish international player, Veronica Boquete who is also represented by LTA Agency and new to PSG.

LTA wish Irene all the best in her new club.

Ajax captain Petra Hogewoning retires from professional football.
The 30-year-old Dutch international defender has competed for the AFC Ajax women’s team for the last four years in the Eredivisie and the BeNe League finishing 4th, 3rd on two occasions, and finally as a runner-up this season.

She has also won the historic 2013-2014 KNVB (Netherlands Royal Football Federation) Women’s Cup, the first ever trophy for Ajax’s women’s team. Prior to Ajax, Petra played for FCR Duisburg in the German Bundesliga, as well as for the WFC Zvezda-2005 in Russia where she won a bronze medal in the Russian Premier League and reached quarterfinals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

Her international football career started in 2004 when she made her full national team debut in a match against Japan. She went on to have a very successful international career earning over 100 caps for the Netherlands with the highlights including advancing to the UEFA Women’s European Championship semi-finals in 2009 in Finland as well as the historic first FIFA Women’s World Cup participation in Canada last year.
LTA Agency wish Petra a happy retirement and success in all her future endeavors.

Andreea Părăluță won the 2015-2016 Cupa României after her club ASA Târgu-Mureș overcame the favorites and current Romanian Champions Olimpia Cluj 2:1 in the final yesterday.

This is the promising international goalkeeper’s first trophy with Târgu-Mureș following 5 other Cup Final appearances as well as 5 National League runner-up finishes in the last 5 years. Despite her young age, Andreea has long established herself as the starting goalkeeper for Romanian National team and has already earned over 30 caps for her country. In 2015, she was named player of the year in Romania.

The 31-year-old midfielder decided to hang up her boots after winning the 2015-2016 Eredivisie title with FC Twente following 3:0 win at PEC Zwolle in the last championship game on Friday.

Prior to joining FC Twente in January, Kirsten spent highly successful 6 years playing in the Swedish top flight for FC Rosengård and Tyresö FF where she won several trophies including the Damallsvenskan Championship, Swedish Cup, and Swedish Super Cup. Her impressive career includes three seasons with Florida State University women’s soccer team in the U.S. and two seasons with another Eredivisie club – Willem II Tilburg.

As a key member of the Netherlands women’s national football team, Kirsten represented her country at the 2009 and 2013 UEFA European Women’s Championships reaching the semifinals in Finland in 2009, as well as at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada where she scored goals against hosts Canada and defending world champions Japan.

“I’m very proud of what I have achieved. From the moment I made the decision I made, I realize how beautiful my career was and what I’ve experienced in different countries over the years,” she said in a statement.

LTA Agency wish Kirsten a happy retirement and success in all her future endeavors.

Line Røddik Hansen won the “double” with Olympique Lyonnais in her first season in France.

Line played 90 minutes in the last League match drawn against Montpellier 1:1 as Lyon won the French championship title for the record 10th time. She has also played in every Cup game until the final in Grenoble last week also featuring Montpellier, which her club won 2:1. It is the 5th double in a row completed by Lyon.

Prior to joining the French Champions, the Danish international played for FC Rosengård (Malmö), with whom she won the Damallsvenskan (Swedish Top League) twice and the Swedish Super Cup. Line has won another Damallsvenskan title while at Tyresö FF, with whom she played in the 2014 UEFA Women’s Champions League final in Lisbon.

LTA Agency are pleased to announce signing a representation agreement with Spanish international Vicky Losada.

The 25-year-old midfielder and former FC Barcelona captain, currently plays for Arsenal Ladies with whom she won the 2016 FA Cup just last week by defeating Chelsea Ladies at the Wembley final. While at Barcelona she won four Leagues and three Spanish Cups.

Vicky also played in the opening match for her country at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup held in Canada where she scored Spain’s first ever World Cup goal against Costa Rica.

She joins fellow Spanish international player, Natalia Pablos Sanchon at Arsenal Ladies who is also represented by LTA.

LTA Agency are delighted to welcome such a talented player as Vicky and look forward to a long and successful relationship.

Portuguese national team striker, Carolina Mendes has signed with Djurgårdens IF (Stockholm) in the Swedish Top League – Damallsvenskan.

The 28-year-old comes from one of the top teams in the Russian Premier League, FC Rossiyanka and brings with her, her vast international experience.
Prior to her time in the Russian league, Carolina played for UD Ponte Frielas and SU 1º de Dezembro in the Portuguese National Championship. She subsequently moved to Spain, where she played for UE L’Estartit and SPC Llanos de Olivenza in Spain’s Primera División. She later played for ASD Riviera di Romagna in Italy’s Serie A.
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LTA Agency wishes Carolina a very good season and the best of luck at her new club.

Sweden participated in a mini-tournament featuring four teams vying for a spot in the summer Olympics in Rio.

They toppled Norway and Switzerland in their first two winning games and faced Netherlands in a nail-biting performance in the final Olympics Qualifier match.

LTA Players, Seger, Sempan, and Hedvig played 90 min, Olivia started and Emma came in as a sub in the second half. The final match against Netherlands proved to be a struggle but the team managed to equalize when Schough capitalized on the defensive’s mistake to score in the first half of the game. The match ended in a tough 1-1 draw but the crucial point was enough for Sweden to qualify for the summer Olympics.

Sweden will join France and Germany in the summer Olympics, taking the final spot at the 12 team competition. They continue to maintain their tradition of participating in every Women’s Olympic Football Tournament since the competition was created in 1996.