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Signy Aarna Net Worth is
$20 Million


Signy Aarna Quick Facts

Signy Aarna
Playing for Estonia in 2009
Personal information
Full nameSigny Aarna
Date of birth(1990-10-04) 4 October 1990 (age 26)
Place of birthAhja, P×µlva County, Estonia
Height168 cm (5 ft 6 in)
Playing positionForward
Club information
Current team
Pallokissat
Number9
Youth career
2002Ahja Sipelgas
2003-2008P×µlva FC Lootos
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2008-2013P×µlva FC Lootos111(153)
2014-Pallokissat67(40)
National team
2005Estonia U162(0)
2006-2008Estonia U1917(1)
2009-Estonia Universiade Team12(3)
2009-Estonia66(26)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 13 October 2016.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 8 April 2017

Signy Aarna Biography

Signy Aarna (born 4 October 1990) is an Estonian footballer who plays as a forward for Finnish club Pallokissat and for the Estonia national team. She previously played for FC Lootos of the Estonian Naiste Meistriliiga.

Club career

From Ahja, Põlva County, Aarna started training with the youth team of FC Lootos as a goalkeeper in 2003. In 2005, 2007 and 2008 she won Estonian youth titles with the club's different age groups.

FC Lootos

In 2008, she started in FC Lootos' senior squad in the Esiliiga, the second level of women's football in Estonia. FC Lootos won the league and Aarna was the top scorer with 48 goals. From 2009 she played for FC Lootos in the top level Naiste Meistriliiga. She remains the club's most capped player with 121 games in all competitions and 166 goals in Estonian league and cup games.

Pallokissat

Despite offers from other Meistriliiga clubs, Aarna opted to stay with her hometown club until leaving the country. After the end of season 2013, Aarna signed her first professional contract with Naisten Liiga club Pallokissat in Finland. In her debut season Aarna scored 13 goals in 21 matches, she became the club's top scorer and helped the team to reach third place and the first ever medals in the club's history. 2015 proved to be another productive season for Aarna, as she scored 17 goals in Naisten Liiga and she became again the club's top scorer.

National team career

Aarna debuted for the senior national team in the 2009 Baltic Tournament, starting her first game on 29 April 2009 against Latvia and scoring Estonia's fifth and final goal on her home ground, Lootospark. She previously played at Under-17 and under-19 levels. Scores and results list Estonia's Women's National team first # Date Venue Opponent Result Competition Scored 1 2 November 2007 Savivaldybė Stadium, Šiauliai  Latvia 3–2 UEFA Minitournament 2 24 April 2009 Lootospark, Põlva  Latvia 5–0 2009 Baltic Tournament 1 3 26 April 2009 Lootospark, Põlva  Lithuania 1–0 2009 Baltic Tournament 4 12 May 2009 Armenia, Yerevan  Armenia 3–0 UEFA Minitournament 1 5 14 May 2009 Armenia, Yerevan  Kazakhstan 2–1 UEFA Minitournament 6 17 September 2009 Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavík  Iceland 0–12 2011 FIFA World Cup Qual. 7 28 October 2009 Jules Deschaseaux stadium, Le Havre  France 0–12 2011 FIFA World Cup Qual. 8 27 March 2010 Vrbovec stadium, Vrbovec  Croatia 3–0 2011 FIFA World Cup Qual. 2 9 31 March 2010 Mirko Vucurevic, Banatski Dvor  Serbia 0–4 2011 FIFA World Cup Qual. 10 15 May 2010 Savivaldybė Stadium, Šiauliai  Latvia 7–1 2010 Baltic Tournament 4 11 16 May 2010 Savivaldybė Stadium, Šiauliai  Lithuania 3–1 2010 Baltic Tournament 1 12 5 June 2010 Kadriorg, Tallinn  Northern Ireland 2–1 2011 FIFA World Cup Qual. 13 19 June 2010 Linnastaadion, Rakvere  Serbia 1–0 2011 FIFA World Cup Qual. 14 23 June 2010 Kadriorg, Tallinn  France 0–6 2011 FIFA World Cup Qual. 15 24 July 2010 The Showgrounds, Coleraine  Northern Ireland 0–3 2011 FIFA World Cup Qual. 16 22 August 2010 A Le Coq Arena, Tallinn  Croatia 1–1 2011 FIFA World Cup Qual. 17 13 February 2011 Olympic Sportas Centrs, Riga  Latvia 5–1 Friendly 2 18 13 May 2011 LFF trening centrs, Staicele  Latvia 0–2 2011 Baltic Tournament 19 14 May 2011 LFF trening centrs, Staicele  Lithuania 3–0 2011 Baltic Tournament 20 25 August 2011 Molodechno City stadium, Molodechno  Belarus 1–2 Euro 2013 Qual. 21 18 September 2011 A Le Coq Arena, Tallinn  Ukraine 1–4 Euro 2013 Qual. 1 22 22 October 2011 ISS stadium, Vantaa  Finland 0–6 Euro 2013 Qual. 23 25 October 2011 Nirodné tréningové centrum SFZ staadion, Senec  Slovakia 1–3 Euro 2013 Qual. 24 5 April 2012 SK Sevastopol stadion, Sevatopol  Ukraine 0–5 Euro 2013 Qual. 25 8 June 2012 Tamme stadium, Tartu  Lithuania 3–0 2012 Baltic Tournament 1 26 10 June 2012 Tamme stadium, Tartu  Latvia 6–0 2012 Baltic Tournament 27 16 June 2012 Tehvandi stadium, Otepää  Belarus 2–4 Euro 2013 Qual. 1 28 25 August 2012 Haapsalu staadion, Haapsalu  Slovakia 0–2 Euro 2013 Qual. 29 15 September 2012 A Le Coq Arena, Tallinn  Finland 0–5 Euro 2013 Qual. 30 9 November 2012 Centenary Stadium, Malta  Malta 0–2 Friendly 31 11 November 2012 Centenary Stadium, Malta  Malta 0–2 Friendly 32 20 March 2013 Terrain, "An de Buerwiesen" Stadium, Mertzig  Luxembourg 1–1 Friendly 33 3 March 2013 Olympic Sportas Centrs, Riga  Latvia 5–3 Friendly 1 34 24 August 2013 LFF Stadium, Vilnius  Latvia 0–0 2013 Baltic Tournament 35 25 August 2013 LFF Stadium, Vilnius  Lithuania 4–0 2013 Baltic Tournament 1 36 10 September 2013 Haapsalu staadion, Haapsalu  Wales 2–3 Friendly 2 37 20 September 2013 A Le Coq Arena, Tallinn  Italy 1–5 2015 FIFA World Cup Qual. 38 27 October 2013 Ciudad Deportiva Collado Villalba, Madrid  Spain 0–6 2015 FIFA World Cup Qual. 39 30 October 2013 Mladost stadium, Strumica  Macedonia 2–0 2015 FIFA World Cup Qual. 40 1 March 2014 EJL Jalgpallihall, Tallinn  Latvia 8–2 Friendly 3 41 3 March 2014 Newforge Lane, Belfast  Northern Ireland 0–1 Friendly 42 5 March 2014 Clandeboye Park, Bangor  Northern Ireland 0–1 Friendly 43 26 March 2014 Opava stadium, Opava  Czech Republic 0–6 2015 FIFA World Cup Qual. 44 8 May 2014 A Le Coq Arena, Tallinn  Spain 0–5 2015 FIFA World Cup Qual. 45 15 June 2014 Haapsalu staadion, Haapsalu  Macedonia 1–1 2015 FIFA World Cup Qual. 46 19 June 2014 Haapsalu staadion, Haapsalu  Romania 0–2 2015 FIFA World Cup Qual. 47 16 July 2014 Pruszków, Pruszków  Poland 1–5 Friendly 1 48 20 August 2014 A Le Coq Arena, Tallinn  Czech Republic 1–4 2015 FIFA World Cup Qual. 1 49 13 September 2014 Stadio Silvio Piola, Vercelli  Italy 0–4 2015 FIFA World Cup Qual. 50 20 May 2015 Sparta Stadion, Rotterdam  Netherlands 0–7 Friendly 51 17 September 2015 Tamme Stadium, Tartu  Serbia 0–1 Euro 2017 qualifying 52 21 September 2015 A Le Coq Arena, Tallinn  England 0–8 Euro 2017 qualifying 53 13 October 2015 Sportland Arena, Tallinn  Malta 1–1 Friendly 1 54 15 October 2015 Sportland Arena, Tallinn  Malta 0–3 Friendly 55 23 October 2015 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0–4 Euro 2017 qualifying 56 27 October 2015 Bilino Polje Stadium, Pećinci  Serbia 0–3 Euro 2017 qualifying 57 11 March 2016 Koinotiko Stadio Parekklisias, Parekklisia  Cyprus 0–1 2016 Aphrodite Cup 58 13 March 2016 Koinotiko Stadio Parekklisias, Parekklisia  Malta 0–2 2016 Aphrodite Cup 59 15 March 2016 Koinotiko Stadio Parekklisias, Parekklisia  Israel 0–2 2016 Aphrodite Cup 60 16 March 2016 Auxiliary Parekklisia Stadium, Limassol  Lithuania 3–0 2016 Aphrodite Cup 1 61 12 April 2016 Den Dreef, Leuven  Belgium 0–6 Euro 2017 qualifying 62 3 June 2016 Tamme Stadium, Tartu  Belgium 0–5 Euro 2017 qualifying 63 6 June 2016 Tamme Stadium, Tartu  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0–1 Euro 2017 qualifying 64 15 September 2016 Meadow Lane, Nottingham  England 0–5 Euro 2017 qualifying 65 6 April 2017 Mikheil Meskhi Stadium-2, Tbilisi  Latvia 0–4 2019 WWCQ 66 8 April 2017 Mikheil Meskhi Stadium, Tbilisi  Georgia 2–1 2019 WWCQ 1

Career statistics

Club

Season Club Country Level Apps Goals 2016 Pallokissat I 23 10 2015 Pallokissat I 23 17 2014 Pallokissat I 21 13 2013 Põlva FC Lootos I 17 30 2012 Põlva FC Lootos I 17 28 2011 Põlva FC Lootos I 20 22 2010 Põlva FC Lootos I 20 14 2009 Põlva FC Lootos I 20 11 2008 Põlva FC Lootos II 17 48

Personal life

Aarna attended Ahja Keskkool. In 2009, she moved to University of Tartu to study sports development with coaching.

Awards

In 2010 Aarna was awarded Female Meistriliiga Footballer of the Season . In 2011 and 2015 Female Footballer of the Year.

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