Tom Pettersson

Tom Pettersson
Tom Pettersson
Tom Pettersson
Defender
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Real Name: Tom Pettersson
HT: 6' 3" WT: 183
Pronunciation: PET-err-sun
International
Age: 31 (03/25/1990)
Birthplace: Trollhättan, Sweden
Hometown: Trollhättan, Sweden

 

2020 (FC Cincinnati): Made 15 appearances, including 13 starts ... was an unused substitute in FC Cincinnati’s first two matches: at New York (March 1) and at Atlanta (March 7) ... started and played 90 minutes vs D.C. United (Aug. 21) ... started and played 74 minutes against Chicago Fire FC (Aug. 25) ... was replaced by Maikel van der Werff in the second half ... played 15 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Sept. 6) ... replaced Maikel van der Werff in the second half ... completed 16-of-17 passes for a passing accuracy of 94.1% ... started and played 90 minutes against New York City FC (Sept. 12) ... led the team with eight clearances ... won 17-of-19 duels in the match ... started and played 90 minutes against New York Red Bulls (Sept. 19) ... started and played 90 minutes against New York Red Bulls (Sept. 19) ... completed 55-of-59 passes for a 93.2% passing accuracy ... started and played 90 minutes against Philadelphia Union (Sept. 23) ... led the team with five tackles and six clearances ... started and played 45 minutes at New York City FC (Sept. 26) ... was replaced by Mathieu Deplagne at halftime ... missed match at Minnesota United FC (Oct. 3), Philadelphia Union (Oct. 7) and Toronto FC (Oct. 11) with an illness ... returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Oct. 14) ... completed 23-of-27 passes for an 85.2% passing accuracy ... started and played 90 minutes against D.C. United (Oct. 18) ... completed 51-of-54 passes for a 94.4% passing accuracy ... lead the team with four interceptions ... started and played 90 minutes against Minnesota United FC (Oct. 24) ... completed 89-of-91 passes for a 97.8% passing accuracy ... started and logged 89 minutes against Sporting Kansas City (Oct. 28) ... completed 88-of-98 passes for an 89.8% passing accuracy ... replaced by Jimmy McLaughlin in the second half ... started and played 90 minutes against Atlanta United FC (Nov. 1) ... was unavailable against Inter Miami CF (Nov. 8) due to injury ... MLS is Back Tournament: Made four appearances, including three starts ... made MLS debut, started and played the full 90 minutes in group-stage match against Columbus (July 11) ... played 20 minutes as a substitute in group-stage match against Atlanta (July 16) ... replaced Maikel van der Werff in the second half ... started and played 90 minutes against New York (July 22) ... started and played the full game in the Round of 16 game vs Portland (July 28).

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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MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2021FC Cincinnati110900000000
2020FC Cincinnati15130114207122110
Career Totals-16140123207122110
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