Emil Kumlin

Country Manager Sweden

Florida Southern College

Emil Kumlin is the Country Manager in Sweden and he as been part of CSUSA since 2014. He has worked nearly a decade in the sports recruiting industry. Has developed the reputation in Sweden as the go to guy for helping students become student-athletes in the US.

Emil Kumlin played NCAA D2 college soccer for Florida Southern College in the Sunshine State Conference between the years 2005-2009.

He was a starting central defender throughout his college career and had the most minutes played in the team three out of four seasons. He was co-captain his junior and senior year.  He was named to the All-Conference team in 2006. He was recognized on the dean’s list of students for his GPA on four different semesters.

Before going to the US, Emil was drafted as a youth–professional by IFK Gothenburg at the age of 16. He was part of the district team and participated on two Swedish National team camps. He then transferred to FC Trollhättan where he was part of the first team squad that competed in the Swedish Division 1, the third highest senior league. He attended the elite soccer gymnasium at Katrinelund in Gothenburg and graduated in 2005.

Emil graduated from Florida Southern College in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Sociology (Double Major).

Emil has been working with college sports since right after his graduation in 2009 and has a large network and a great reputation amongst coaches throughout the USA. He is still active playing division 4 soccer in Gothenburg, Sweden.

“Most athletes don’t have the chance of becoming a full time professional. From my own personal experience and also from helping hundreds of student-athletes over to the US, I truly see no better way of continuing your career by studying and playing college sports. All the hard work and hours you have put down in your sport can be re-invested by obtaining a scholarship, which will allow you to keep playing sports at a very high level at the same time as you are studying for a university degree. The adventure, experiences and contacts you get along this ride actually makes me wonder if the professional player’s should be jealous of us and not vice versa. To be able to help other talented student-athletes embark on this is nothing but fantastic.”


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Vedad Ibsevic (Saint Louis University)


Being named to the Sunshine State All-Conference team in 2006.


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