|Date of birth||September 3, 1979|
|Place of birth||Munich, Germany|
|Height||5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)|
|1996–1999||1. FFC Frankfurt|
|2004||Western Mass Lady Pioneers|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 December 2009.
† Appearances (Goals).
Katharina "Kat" Lindner (born 3 September 1979) is a German former female footballer who most recently played her club football for Glasgow City in Scotland. A former German international at youth level, Lindner gave up the opportunity to represent her country at senior level by moving to the USA on a college scholarship.
Lindner joined Glasgow City in 2005 after moving to Scotland to complete a PhD in film studies. She quickly established herself as a pivotal member of Glasgow City's strike force and was voted the club's player of the year on two occasions.
When Lindner announced plans to retire from football ahead of the 2011 Scottish Women's Cup final, Glasgow City manager Eddie Wolecki-Black paid tribute to her contribution: "Kat, few would argue, is without doubt one of the finest players ever to play in Scotland and it has been a pleasure working with such a committed and talented athlete. She will be a big loss to our attacking options."
She represented Glasgow City in European competition more often than any other player and held the record for the most European appearances for a Scottish club.
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