Caroline Seger shows what the team is up to during their downtime between games, and gets her teammates to spill the story behind Sweden's victory dance.
Team Sweden's Caroline Seger discusses her feelings about not being able to play in the next match because of her two yellow cards and asks fans to judge whether or not she should have gotten them.
Caroline Seger and teammate Therese Sjogran describe the Swedish team's preparation for their opening game.
The Swedish national team has made it to Germany, and Caroline Seger has the highlights of the trip.
Caroline Seger goes behind-the-scenes at the Swedish national team photoshoot.
Caroline Seger and her Swedish teammates invite you to tour their team hotel.
It's the moment Swedish soccer player Caroline Seger has been waiting on for a long time -- the final training camp before the 2011 Women's World Cup. She's excited, but one obstacle still looms: what to pack for the big trip.
The Swedish soccer star checks in and shares her love for her fans.
Sweden falls to England 2-0 but learns an important lesson that will help in World Cup play.
A girl enjoys a few perks when she travels so much: the desserts, the widescreen TVs, the reclining chair. Safe to say, it will be tough to ever go back to coach.
It's been a long road for the Swedish star. After having surgery on her heel, she hasn't played with the national team since October, but is excited for the homestretch of World Cup preparation.
The WPS star isn't a big fan of rituals or special meals before games, but she's not going to eat donuts, either.
Team Sweden and Flash star Caroline Seger has been working hard, along with her team, to prepare for the season. Now, she wants fans to take notice.
With less than two months left until the Women's World Cup, Team Sweden and WPS star Caroline Seger reflects on her own excitement for the kick-off in Berlin.
The WPS and Team Sweden soccer star endured a tough day on the pitch. In her latest blog, she contemplates the ups and downs of her soccer life.
As a child, Caroline Seger dreamed of playing professional soccer in the U.S. one day. What she didn't know was how her hopes would come true.