|Date of Birth:||1985, March 19|
|Age:||34 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 8 Inch|
|Birth Name||Caroline Seger|
|Famous Name||Caroline Seger|
|Birth Place||Helsingborg Sweden|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Weight in KG||62|
|Affair with||Malin Levenstad|
|World Cup Game||2019 FIFA Women's World Cup|
|Started career as||football player|
|Full Name||Caroline Seger|
|Current team||Swedish national football team and FC Rosengrad|
|Position in Team||midfielder|
|Past Team||Linköpings, Tyresö F F, Paris Saint-Germain, and Olympique Lyon|
|Birth Date||19 March 1985|
|Height||5 feet 8 inch|
Caroline Seger, who plays in the position of midfielder, is Captain of the Swedish national football team and also the FC Rosengrad. Previously, she played for the Linköpings, Tyresö F F, Paris Saint-Germain, and Olympique Lyon. She led her national team in the semifinals of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup and scored the third position.
UEFA Squad of the tournament 2013, Best Swedish midfielder 2006-09-10-14-15 and Sweden Breakthrough Players of the year 2005, Caroline Seger is among the list of the highest paid female players and her net worth is estimated above $5 million.
Caroline Seger is in her professional playing career for more than a decade so her career earnings are quite higher. She plays for the Swedish national football team as well as for the FC Rosengrad club from which she has made a decent amount of net worth. Seger's net worth is estimated above $5 million as of 2019 which she made from football career.
Talking about her club earnings, her salary was around 70 000 SEK (€7912 EUR, $10 957 USD) per month in 2014 and currently her salary is above $200,000. Furthermore, she also receives a good amount from bonuses and incentives.
Comparing the national team salary with the club salary, national team salary is always less than that of the salary paid by the club. The average salary for the Swedish female football players starts from $30,000 and the salary mainly depends upon the number of games played.
In addition to her game earnings, she also receives a nice amount from various endorsements deals since she signed with PUMA, Coca-Cola, and many other brands. There isn't any information disclosed regarding her personal assets.
Caroline Seger is currently neither married nor engaged. She is currently single. She was in a romantic relationship with her girlfriend Malin Levenstad but recently they got separated and the reason for the break up is still a mystery.
Her ex-girlfriend is a former Swedish football player and is the current head coach of the FC Rosengård. Caroline's ex-girlfriend Malin is currently dating another former Swedish professional football player named Therese Sjogran. There aren't many details available regarding their affair.
On a personal level, Caroline always clearly mentioned her sexual orientation and she is very proud to be a lesbian. She doesn't like people discriminating on the basis of gender and she also works for gender equality. Moreover, she is also the brand ambassador of the STRNG WMN organizations working for creating equality for female athletes.
Because of her social works for female athletes, Coca-Cola and the Swedish Football Foundation combined honored her along with her four teammates by making their statues. She has spent her valuable twenty years in her football career and still, she is pursuing her career.
Caroline Seger is a strong and attractive footballer who stands 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) tall in height and weighs about 62 kg (136 lbs).
Caroline Seger was born as Sara Caroline Seger on 19 March 1985, in Helsingborg Sweden. Seger's ethnicity is white and she holds Swedish nationality. Seger has shared a lot of photos of her parents on her social media but other facts about her childhood are missing.
As per some of the sources, Caroline started playing football since her early days of high school.
Caroline Seger is Captain of the Swedish national football team and also the FC Rosengrad who plays in the position of midfielder. Previously, she played for the Linköpings, Tyresö F F, Paris Saint-Germain, and Olympique Lyon. She led her national team in the semifinals of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup and scored the third position.
Seger was awarded several titles because of her outstanding performances and some of her titles are UEFA Squad of the tournament 2013, Best Swedish midfielder 2006-09-10-14-15, and Sweden Breakthrough Players of the year 2005.