Sweden’s National Team captain, Caroline Seger has signed with FC Rosengård after three successful years in France
Caroline comes from the French league and brings with her a vast international experience. 2016/17 triple-champion with Lyon, she won the Division Feminine 1, Coupe de France and UEFA Women’s Champions League all in one season having played 26 matches and scoring one goal for the current title holders. Prior to Lyon she spent two seasons with another French powerhouse, Paris Saint-Germain, with whom she reached 2014/15 UEFA Women’s Champions League final and 2015/16 semifinal. She was also D1 runners-up in 2015/2016.
Caroline played before with LdB FC Malmö former Rosengård and won Damallsvenskan and Swedish Supercupen in 2011. Seger won many other trophies in her native country, one championship in the USA with Western New York Flash before her latest achievements in France.
She has earned 171 caps and scored 24 goals for her national team so far representing her country in the recent UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 in the Netherlands where Sweden reached quarter-finals. Caroline featured in every game and captained the team in two of them at the tournament.
FC Rosengård’s sports director, Therese Sjögran said this: “Caroline is a player who for many years has meant a lot for the Swedish National Team’s successes. Her international experience as a player will bring a lot to our club, and she is also a perfect model for our young players.”
LTA Agency wish Seger a lot of succes at her new /old club and a very good season.