|Date of birth||26 July 1994|
|Place of birth||Sunndalsøra, Norway|
|Height||1.66 m (5 ft 5 in)|
|Playing position||Midfielder / Forward|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 31 May 2019|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 27 June 2019
Born in Sunndalsøra, Møre og Romsdal, Reiten grew up in the village of Nordmøre and began her senior career with her local side Sunndal, then in the second division of the Norwegian football.
At age 16 Reiten left her home and joined the Toppserien team Kattem in 2011. During her year-and-a-half spell with Kattem, she made 35 league appearances and scored 11 goals in her second season, becoming the club's 2012 top scorer.
After Kattem pulled out of the Toppserien, Reiten joined Trondheims-Ørn in 2013. During her four seasons with Trondheims, Reiten made 82 league appearances and scored 25 goals. With Trondheims-Ørn, she has also reached the final of the 2014 Norwegian Women's Cup.
She then transferred to Toppserien side LSK Kvinner for the 2017 season. During her two-and-a-half seasons with the club, she made 53 league appearances, scoring 51 goals in the process. With LSK Kvinner, Reiten was a back-to-back Toppserien league winner in 2017, also winning the Toppserien's regular season golden boot in the same season. Reiten and LSK Kvinner repeated both these feats in 2018, including winning the 2018 Norway Women's Cup. Reiten also went on to win the 2018 Toppserien Player of the Year and Goal of the Year awards. At her time of departing Kvinner, Reiten was the Toppserien's leading top scorer for the 2019 season.
Reiten has represented Norway at all youth international levels. She made her full international debut for Norway in January 2014, against Spain. She was a member of the Norwegian squad at UEFA Women's Euro 2017. In March 2019, Reiten was in the Norwegian squad that went on to win the 2019 Algarve Cup. She was subsequently named to the Norwegian 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup squad in May 2019.
|1||8 March 2017||Bela Vista Municipal Stadium, Parchal, Portugal||Portugal||2–0||2–0||2017 Algarve Cup|
|2||15 September 2017||Nye Fredrikstad Stadion, Fredrikstad, Norway||Northern Ireland||1–0||4–1||2019 World Cup qualification|
|4||19 September 2017||Sarpsborg Stadion, Sarpsborg, Norway||Slovakia||3–0||6–1|
|5||31 August 2018||NTC Senec, Senec, Slovakia||2–0||4–0|
|6||8 June 2019||Stade Auguste-Delaune, Reims, France||Nigeria||1–0||3–0||2019 FIFA Women's World Cup|
|Club||Season||Division||League||National Cup||League Cup||Continental||Total|
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