|Full name||Lena Mari Anette Videkull|
|Date of birth||9 December 1962|
|Place of birth||Stockholm, Sweden|
|1989–1998||Malmö FF Dam|
|1999–2002||Malmö FF Dam|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 18 October 2007
|Videkull in Sweden kit (IFFHS)|
Lena Mari Anette Videkull (born 6 December 1962) is a Swedish former association football forward who won 111 caps for the Sweden women's national football team, scoring 71 goals. Videkull can be seen in the Sveriges Television documentary television series The Other Sport from 2013.
Videkull made her senior Sweden debut in the final of the first UEFA championships for national women's teams in May 1984. Sweden beat England 1–0 in the first leg at Ullevi, then prevailed in a penalty shootout at Kenilworth Road, Luton after a 1–0 defeat.
Sweden reached the final again in the next edition of the UEFA championships in 1987. Videkull scored in the final but the Swedes lost 2–1 to Norway. In May 1989 Videkull scored in a women's international match at Wembley Stadium, adding to Pia Sundhage's opening goal as Sweden beat England 2–0 in a curtain–raiser for the Rous Cup.
In 1991 Videkull helped Sweden to a third-place finish at the inaugural FIFA Women's World Cup and in 1993 she was given the Diamantbollen award for the best Swedish female footballer of the year. She briefly retired after featuring for Sweden in the 1995 FIFA Women's World Cup, which they hosted, but was tempted into a comeback for the 1996 Summer Olympics.
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