Nicoline Sorensen agrees one-year contract extension with Everton Women

Denmark's Nicoline Sorensen signs contract extension at Everton
Nicoline Sorensen (R) playing for Denmark during the FIFA Women’s World Cup. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Everton’s 25-year-old Denmark international Nicoline Sorensen has agreed a one-year contract extension until the end of June 2024. 

Sorensen made her return from an ACL injury in December 2022 and was quick to rediscover her form, registering three assists in her first five appearances.

She finished the campaign with two goals and four assists and featured in all but one of Everton’s 18 remaining matches across all competitions.

The forward’s fine form in the second half of the season was rewarded with a call-up to the Denmark national side for this summer’s World Cup.

“I’m so happy to continue my journey with this amazing club,” she told

“The past eight months have been fantastic, to be back on the pitch enjoying my football is an amazing feeling.

“My full focus for now is with Denmark and going as far as we can in the World Cup, but I can’t wait to pull on the Royal Blue jersey once again later this year.”

Manager Brian Sorensen added: “I am happy we can retain Nico’s services for another year.

“She is a humble character and a fantastic leader within our group.

“I was really impressed with the way she conducted herself last season. To begin the season on the sidelines and then perform to the level she has over the past eight months is testament to the player and person she is.”

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