Louise Lillbäck

Promo Associate

Florida Gulf Coast University

Louise is a Promo Associate working primarily with our athletes from Scandinavia.

Louise Lillbäck works as a Promo Associate for CSUSA Team Sweden and Joined the team in 2024. She graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a bachelor’s degree in communications while playing NCAA D1 soccer. She will mainly be working with promoting Scandinavian athletes.

Louise attended Florida Gulf Coast University all her 4 years of playing college soccer. FGCU plays in the Atlantic Sun (ASUN) in NCAA D1. In her freshman season she appeared in all 17 matches and earned a spot on the 2019 ASUN All-Freshman Team as she finished the season with 7 goals and 4 assists. During her sophomore year she became a captain and started all games. She led the team with 17 points, scoring 7 goals and earned a spot on the All-ASUN second team. As a Junior she maintained as a captain and managed to score the first hattrick by an Eagle since 2015. She also scored 12 goals with 11 of them being in ASUN play she was the top mark in the conference. This led her to earn the ASUN player of the year, All-ASUN first team and United Soccer Coaches All-South Region First team. Her final year she marked a third and final year as a captain and had a team-best of 21 points. The senior helped the team win the ASUN tournament championship. This leads the senior to earn UCA Scholar All-American Second Team, USC All-South Region Second Team, USC Academic All-District, ASUN All Academic and ASUN All-Tournament Team.

Louise graduated from FGCU with a bachelor’s degree in communications and earned a long side with her athletic successes a cum laude honor.

“That I would graduate with a bachelor’s degree combined with playing soccer at a high level is something that I never knew was possible. Earning a college scholarship made that happen for me, which changed my life. During my college career I’ve been challenged and pushed to get out of my comfort zone both on a personal level but also academic- and in sports. I had the privilege of meeting people from all cultures, coming from different parts of the world. By meeting these people, I made some of my now best friends. Looking back at my journey I realize how much of an impact my fellow student-athletes had on me, everyday I got to learn from their relentlessness, courage and drive. I look back on all my memories from college with gratitude that I was able to play the sport I love, be surrounded by my best friends and travel all over the U.S whilst getting a degree. My college adventure prepared me in the best way possible for my future in Sweden playing professional soccer while helping others to take on the journey as a student-athlete which for me was the best four years of my life.”

Favorite place in the USA

Miami, Florida.

Favorite former college athlete

Alex Morgan (University of California Berkeley)

Favorite moment in college career

Winning the ASUN championship my senior year. It was an amazing feeling to end my college career as champions.

Favorite quote

Nothing worth having comes easy”