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Five 9 Sports Management

- Five 9er since 2022



from Stockholm, SWEDEN

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A true 9

absolute best at central forward

All of our licensed professionals have been carefully selected and rigorously trained, ensuring that you receive the best experience. When you choose to work with us, know that you are consistently choosing quality and excellence. Contact us to learn more.

Speed & strength

are two of her top characteristics

We would not be who we are without our eco-friendly design, which is at the core of our strategy. We are constantly working to improve our offerings and expand upon our capabilities when it comes to design and production. Get in touch to learn more.

Mac Hermann list

nominated as one of the best players in NCAA D1

We have strict standards when it comes to what we produce and never compromise on quality. This is especially true when it comes to the first-rate materials we use. Our customers deserve the highest level of products on the market, and we work tirelessly to maintain those standards.

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Bollstanäs SK

youth- 2019

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Florida Gulf Coast University

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Hammarby IF

summer 2019

2019- 2022

- Goal record:

33 goals in 21 games

(2018, div.1)

- Debut in Elitettan 2014, at 15 years old


- All-Conference Player of the Year

- All-Conference 1st Team 

- Mac Hermann Trophy watchlist 2022

- 34 goals in 65 games

- Conference Champion 


KIF Örebro

jan - July 2023

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July 2023 -

- Damallsvenskan (Swedish top league)

- Games: 17

- Starts: 6

- Goals: 0

- Damallsvenskan (Swedish top league)

- Games: 8

- Starts: 4

- Goals: 1

- Elitettan, Swedish 2nd tier

- 9 games 4 goals

- Played for Hammarby during her summer break at FGCU

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Louise Lillbäck

Louise played her youth and early senior career for Bollstanäs SK, located slightly north of Stockholm. She made her debut in the second highest league already at 15 years old.

In 2018 she scored 33 goals in 21 games for BSK, before receiving a scholarship at Florida Gulf Coast University.

Her 4 years at the NCAA Division 1 level were wildly successful, both for her team and individually for the power forward. 

Some of her individual awards include Player of the Year, MAC Hermann Trophy watchlist and 1st team All-Conference

She scored her first goal in the Swedish top league against Rosengård in fall 2023, assisted by another Five 9er: Fanny Hjelm.

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