Tom Pettersson

Tom Pettersson
Tom Pettersson
Tom Pettersson
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Real Name: Tom Pettersson
HT: 6' 3" WT: 183
Pronunciation: PET-err-sun
International
Age: 30 (03/25/1990)
Birthplace: Trollhättan, Sweden
Hometown: Trollhättan, Sweden

2020 (FC Cincinnati): Has not made an appearance ... was an unused substitute in FC Cincinnati’s first two matches: at New York (March 1) and at Atlanta (March 7).

2019 (Östersunds FK): Made 24 appearances, including 23 starts, scoring one goal across all competitions … captained the team in every game he started in the Allsvenskan … started the season with four straight 90-minute shifts … was left on the bench for the game against Athletic Eskilstuna (April 24) … was forced to be taken off because of injury five minutes into match against Hammarby IF (May 14) … missed the next four games of the season … made return, and only appearance as a substitute, by entering the game in the 75th minute against IFK Norrköping (July 14) … played 13 straight 90-minute shifts before missing the game against Hammarby IF (Oct. 27) because of yellow card accumulation … started and played the full 90 minutes in the last game of the season against IFK Göteborg (Nov. 2) … started and captained the squad in lone Svenska Cupen appearance of the season against IFK Stocksund (Aug. 14).

2018 (Östersunds FK): Made 33 appearances, including 32 starts, scoring three goals across all competitions ... made 28 appearances, all starts, scoring two goals in the Allsvenskan … started the season by playing six straight 90-minute shifts … made 10 straight appearances to start the season before not being in the matchday squad against BK Häcken (May 26) … returned to the starting lineup against Hammarby IF (July 9) and played four consecutive 90-minute shifts … was not in the gameday squad against IF Elfsborg (Aug. 6) … captained the team for the first time in return against Kalmar FF (Aug. 12) … made 14 consecutive 90-minute appearances to end the season … captained the team in the last 12 games of the season … scored against Örebro SK (Sept. 1) … scored against IFK Norrköping (Oct. 28) … made five appearances, including four starts, scoring one goal in the Svenska Cupen … scored against Trelleborgs FF (Feb. 9) … did not make an appearance in the semifinal-round loss to Malmö FF (March 17).

2017 (Östersunds FK): Made 45 appearances, including 41 starts, scoring two goals across all competitions … made 25 appearances, including 21 starts, in the Allsvenskan … raised the Allsvenskan championship at the end of the season … started in the season opener against Halmstads BK (April 1) … made 14 consecutive appearances, including nine consecutive 90-minute shifts, before not making an appearance against Djurgardens IF (July 16) … returned to the starting lineup against Djurgardens IF (July 23) …was not in the gameday squad for the first time of the season against Halmstads BK (July 30) … made six appearances, all starts, scoring a goal in Europa League Qualifying … played the full 90 minutes in all six matches of the qualifying stage … scored the game-winner against CS Fola Esch (Aug. 3) in the second leg of the Third Round … made eight appearances, all starts, in the Europa League … made Europa League debut against Zorya Luhansk (Sept. 14) … played 90-minute shifts in all eight appearances … knocked out of the Europa League by Arsenal in the intermediate stage.

2016 (IFK Göteborg): Made 32 appearances, including 12 starts, scoring three goals and adding five assists across all competitions … made 19 appearances, including seven starts, scoring two goals and adding three assists in the Allsvenskan … made first appearances against Djurgardens IF (May 9) … recorded an assist against IFK Norrköping (May 19) … recorded second assist of the season against Helsingborgs IF (May 29) … recorded first goal of the season against (GIF Sundsvall (July 10) … made first start of the season and scored against Djurgardens IF (Aug. 8) … recorded an assist against Kalmar FF (Oct. 2) … finished the season with three consecutive 90-minute shifts … made five  appearances, all starts, with the U-21 team … recorded an assist in  last appearance against Falkenbergs FF U-21 (Aug. 1) … made seven appearances, three starts, recording one assist in the Europa League Qualifying … recorded an assist in  first appearances against Llandudno FC (June 30) … made one appearance, as a substitute, and recorded an assist in the Svenska Cupen against Oskarshamns AIK (Oct. 13).

2015 (IFK Göteborg): Made 36 appearances, including 12 starts, scoring two goals and adding one assist … made debut with IFK Göteborg in the Svenska Cupen against FC Trollhättan … made six appearances, including three starts, scoring one goal in the Svenska Cupen … scored against Ljungskile SK (March 8) … made 25 appearances, including seven appearances, scoring one goal and adding one assist in the Allsvenskan … recorded an assist against BK Häcken (April 19) … scored a goal in the next game against Helsingborgs IF (April 27) …made first start of the season, and played the full 90 minutes, against Gefle IF (April 30) … did not make an appearance against Djurgardens IF (June 1) after starting the season with 10 straight appearances … made nine straight appearances after making  return against IF Elfsborg (June 4) … missed the game against Helsingborgs IF (Sept. 13) after not receiving a red card against Gefle IF (Aug. 30) … made two appearances, all starts, with the IFK Göteborg U-21 … made three appearances in Europa League Qualifying, making debut in an international tournament as a substitute against Slask Wroclaw (July 23).

2014 (Atvidabergs FF): Made 18 appearances, all starts, scoring one goal and adding three assists across all competitions … made 16 appearances, scoring one goal and adding three assists in the Allsvenskan … made  season debut against IF Brommapojkarna (July 20) … logged 90 minutes in all 16 games played in the season …recorded the game-winning assist against Gefle IF (Aug. 30) … scored lone goal of the season against Helsingborgs IF (Sept. 29) … recorded two assists, including the game-winning assist, against Malmö FF (Nov. 1) … made one appearance with the U-21 team against Djurgardens IF U-21 (July 15) … made one appearance in the Svenska Cupen against Huddinge IF (Aug. 20).

2013-14 (Oud-Heverlee Leuven): Made a combined 24 appearances, including 20 starts, scoring 3 goals across all competitions … made 17 appearances, including 14 starts, scoring one goal in the Jupiler Pro League … made  Jupiler Pro League debut in a start with KV Kortrijk (July 27) … started the season with three consecutive 90-minute shifts before not seeing action against Standard Liege (Aug. 18) … made four consecutive 90-minute shifts after returning against KSC Lokeren (Aug. 24) … made five consecutive appearances, beginning from match against Club Brugge (Oct. 5) until match against Zulte Waregem (Sept. 22) … scored against RAEC Mons (Oct. 30) … made two appearances, all starts, scoring two goals in the Jupiler Pro League Abstiegs-Playoffs … scored the game-winner in both games against RAEC Mons (March 29 & April 12) … made four appearances, including three starts, in the Endrunde Jupiler Pro League … entered the game as a substitute in the 55th minute against Sint-Truiden (May 11) … had three consecutive 90-minute shifts in the last three games … made one appearance and start in the Beker van Belgie against KAA Gent (Dec. 4).

2013 (Atvidabergs FF): Made 14 appearances, including 11 starts, scoring two goals and adding one assist across all competitions … made 13 appearances, including 10 starts, scoring one goal and adding one assist in Allsvenskan matches … started the season by playing eight consecutive 90-minute shifts … recorded a goal and added an assist against Djurgardens IF (May 4) … did not make an appearance against IFK Norrköping (May 19) … made three consecutive appearances as a substitute against Mjällby AIF (May 23), Helsingborgs IF (June 1) and BK Häcken (June 19) … returned to the starting lineup against Syrianska FC (June 23) … made a loan appearance and scored a goal with Atvidabergs FF U-21 against Djurgardens IF U-21.

2012 (Atvidabergs FF): Made 25 appearances, including 20 starts, scoring five goals across all competitions … made Allsvenskan league debut and first start against Örebro SK (April 2) …scored first goal of the season and game-winner against IF Elfsborg (June 30) … scored once more against Örebro SK (July 27) … made 13 straight appearances from match against IF Elfsborg (June 30) until match against Helsingborgs IF (Sept. 30) … began a stretch of eight consecutive 90-minute shifts in match against AIK (July 14) until match against Kalmar FF (Sept. 23) … did not make an appearance against IFK Göteborg (Oct. 6) … finished the season with a stretch of four consecutive 90-minute shifts … made three appearances, including all starts, scoring one goal in the Svenska Cupen … played  first Svenska Cupen match against Skövde AIK (Aug. 19).

2011 (FC Trollhättan): Made 23 appearances, including 21 starts, scoring four goals … started in the season opener against IK Sleipner (April 16) … scored a goal in consecutive games against FC Rosengård (June 5) and Örgryte IS (June 12) … scored a goal against Kristianstad FC (June 26) … scored against Örgryte IS (Aug. 29) … began a stretch of 11 consecutive 90-minute shifts against Kristianstad FC to finish the season.

2010 (FC Trollhättan): Made 28 appearances, all starts, scoring two goals and adding one assist across all competitions … made one appearance and played 85 minutes in Svenska Cupen third-round match against Kalmar FF (May 19) … made 27 appearances, all starts, scoring two goals and adding one assists in Superettan matches … made season debut and played 90 minutes against Assyriska FF (April 11) … began a stretch of four consecutive starts to open the season … did not play in match against AFC Eskilsuna (May 5) … returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes at Degerfors IF (May 9) … registered an assist against GIF Sundsvall (June 27) … scored first goal of season at Ljungskile SK (Aug. 23) … recorded second and final assist of campaign against Ängelholms FF (Oct. 4).

2009 (FC Trollhättan): Made 29 appearances, including 24 starts, across all competitions … made 27 appearances, including 22 starts, in Superettan matches … made season debut and played 90 minutes against Mjällby AIF (April 13) … began a stretch of six consecutive 90-minute performances … was not in the squad for match against Falkenbergs FF (May 17) … returned to the bench and played 45 minutes at IFK Norrköping (May 21) … began a stretch of 10 consecutive appearances … returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes against Assyriska FF (May 25) … missed match against Syrianska FC (Aug. 9) … returned to the bench and played 45 minutes as a second-half substitute at AFC Eskilstuna (Aug. 13) … returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes against Ljungskile SK (Aug. 19) … began a stretch of nine consecutive 90-minute performances … made final appearance and played 90 minutes in season finale against Vasalunds IF (Oct. 24) … made two appearances in relegation playoff … started and played 120 minutes in both legs of relegation playoff against Skövde AIK (Oct. 31, Nov. 4).

2008 (FC Trollhättan): No information available.

2007 (FC Trollhättan): No information available.

Personal: Born March 25, 1990 in Trollhättan, Sweden.


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