Nina Aigner (born 20 June 1980) is a former Austrian international football player. She played her entire senior career for Bayern Munich, and also played on the Austrian national team between 1998 and 2006. Aigner played as a midfield, but was renowned for her goal scoring qualities. She was the second top scorer of the 2002-03 Bundesliga, next to Inka Grings. She currently serves as the Austrian national team's assistant coach.

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  • Nina Aigner (* 20. Juni 1980 in Antiesenhofen) ist eine ehemalige österreichische Fußballspielerin, die ihre Karriere nach der Saison 2010/11 beim Bundesligisten FC Bayern München beendete. (de)
  • Nina Aigner (born 20 June 1980) is a former Austrian international football player. She played her entire senior career for Bayern Munich, and also played on the Austrian national team between 1998 and 2006. Aigner played as a midfield, but was renowned for her goal scoring qualities. She was the second top scorer of the 2002-03 Bundesliga, next to Inka Grings. She currently serves as the Austrian national team's assistant coach. (en)
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  • Nina Aigner (* 20. Juni 1980 in Antiesenhofen) ist eine ehemalige österreichische Fußballspielerin, die ihre Karriere nach der Saison 2010/11 beim Bundesligisten FC Bayern München beendete. (de)
  • Nina Aigner (born 20 June 1980) is a former Austrian international football player. She played her entire senior career for Bayern Munich, and also played on the Austrian national team between 1998 and 2006. Aigner played as a midfield, but was renowned for her goal scoring qualities. She was the second top scorer of the 2002-03 Bundesliga, next to Inka Grings. She currently serves as the Austrian national team's assistant coach. (en)
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