|Full name||Tina Cecilia Elisabeth Nordlund|
|Date of birth||19 March 1977|
|Place of birth||Sundsvall, Sweden|
|Height||1.67 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Tina Cecilia Elisabeth Nordlund (born 19 March 1977) is a Swedish football coach and former player, most recently an assistant coach at Umeå IK. She is one of the most well known Swedish female footballers. In 2000, she won the Diamantbollen, an annual award made to the best female player in Sweden. She played for Alnö IF, Sundsvalls DFF and Umeå IK. She retired from playing football aged 25 after suffering from anorexia nervosa.
After the 1998 season, Nordlund approached English FA Women's Premier League club Tranmere Rovers about playing for them in 1998–99. At the time she was visiting boyfriend Jesper Blomqvist, who was contracted to Manchester United.
Making her debut in a 4–0 win over champions and local rivals Everton in December 1998, Nordlund remained until 1 February 1999. She then returned to Umeå IK in order to preserve her national team place ahead of the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup.
After winning eight caps at Under 17 level and 19 Under 21 caps, Nordlund made her senior Sweden debut in a 3–1 defeat by the United States at Baylor School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, on 30 October 1997.
She has been married to Swedish television presenter Martin Björk.
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