U.S. Women's National Team
- #SheBelieves Letter to Fans
- What is #SheBelieves?
- WNT Brings #SheBelieves to Local Communities
- #SheBelieves - Pittsburgh - Regina Koetters & Meghan Klingenberg
- #SheBelieves - Chattanooga - Dr. Autumn Graves & Heather O'Reilly
- #SheBelieves - Detroit - Amy S. Weber & Ashlyn Harris
- #SheBelieves Seattle - Susie Rosenthal & Hope Solo
- #SheBelieves - Orlando - Janet Petro & Becky Sauerbrunn
- #SheBelieves - Orlando - Kate Parker & Megan Rapinoe
- #SheBelieves - Honolulu - Cynthia McArthur & Kelley O’Hara
- #SheBelieves - San Antonio - Kellie Elliot & Crystal Dunn
- #SheBelieves - New Orleans - Susan Spicer & Christen Press
- #SheBelieves - Phoenix - Sandrine Nzeukou & Julie Johnston
- 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
- 2017 Tournament of Nations
- 2017 SheBelieves Cup
- 2016 Olympic Games
- 2016 SheBelieves Cup
- 2016 CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship
- 2015 Women's World Cup
- 2015 Algarve Cup
- 2014 Brasilia International Tournament
- 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship
- 2014 Algarve Cup
- 2013 Algarve Cup
- 2012 Olympic Games
- 2012 Algarve Cup
- 2012 CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying
- 2011 FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP
- 2011 Algarve Cup
- 2011 Four Nations Tournament
- 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup Playoff
- 2010 CONCACAF Women's Championship
- 2010 Algarve Cup
- 2009 Algarve Cup
- 2008 Olympic Games
- 2008 Peace Queen Cup
- 2008 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying
- 2008 Algarve Cup
- 2008 Four Nations Tournament
- 2007 FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP
- 2007 Algarve Cup
- 2007 Four Nations Tournament
- 2006 Algarve Cup
- 2006 Four Nations Tournament
- WNT Coaching Staff - Jill Ellis and Her Assistants
- The Journey
- WNT Animated, Presented by Ritz
- Behind the Crest: 2016 Olympic Games
- One Nation. One Team. 23 Stories.
- Behind the Crest: 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup
- In Her Own Words: Moving On as a Champion
- Behind the 184 Goals
- Abby Wambach in the Eyes of Her Family
- Career Quotes: Wambach's Teammates Speak About the U.S. Soccer Legend's Impact on the Team
- Gallery: The Best of Abby Wambach
- 20 for 20: Abby Wambach Most Memorable Moments
- The Wambach Goal Vault
U.S. Women’s National Team: Assistant Coach
Tony Gustavsson re-joined U.S. Soccer in June of 2014 to work as the top assistant coach with head coach Jill Ellis. Prior to this current position with the U.S. team. Gustavsson was an assistant coach with Pia Sundhage in 2012, helping the team to the Olympic gold medal in front of more than 80,000 fans at Wembley Stadium.
Gustavsson returned to U.S. Soccer after a highly successful stint as head coach of Tyresö FF in the Damallsvenskan, Sweden’s premier women’s league. Tyresö was one of the world’s top women’s professional teams for several seasons and he led the Stockholm-based club to league title in 2012.
With five U.S. Women’s National Team players – Christen Press, Whitney Engen, Meghan Klingenberg, and earlier in the tournament, Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris -- making major contributions to the 2013/2014 Champions League run, Gustavsson took Tyreso all the way to the 2014 Champions League Final in Lisbon, Portugal, where it fell to Wolfsburg of Germany, 4-3, in a dramatic end-to-end match.
Gustavsson has experience coaching in the top men’s professional leagues in both Sweden and Norway as well. He was head coach of Kongsvinger IL in Norway’s Tippeligan in 2010 and coached Hammarby IF (where he coached former U.S. international Charlie Davies) in Sweden’s Allsvenskan from 2007-2009. He took Hammarby to the brink of the Europa Cup group stage in 2007, but fell in a tight two-leg series to Braga of Portugal in the first round.
In 2004, he was a player-assistant coach for Degerfors and helped the club win the Second Division in Sweden. In 2005-2006, he became the head coach for the club.
He started his coaching career in 2000 as a player-head coach for Ytterhogdals IK, holding that position for four years, while winning the league in the first year.
Gustavsson spent one semester attending college in the USA at the University of Central Florida in 1994 before finishing his education at Lärarhögskolan in Stockholm from 1995-1999 where he got a teacher’s degree in physical education and math. He also received a degree in soccer coaching from the University of Orebro in a two-year program from 2004-2005. He was one of the first coaches in Sweden to receive this degree. While in Florida and prior to attending UCF, he played briefly for the Orlando Lions in the USISL.
Gustavsson also holds a UEFA Pro coaching license.
He has worked as a soccer color commentator for Canal+, one of Sweden’s biggest sports networks, and worked matches of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa for Sweden’s SVT. He also did commentary on Sweden National Team matches, Swedish First Division games and La Liga games from Spain.
Gustavsson and Annika have two children, a son Anton, age 15, and a daughter Alva, age 13. When not with the U.S. team, he resides in Stockholm, Sweden.