Pia Sundhage has ended her time as the head coach of the USA Women's national team to return home to Sweden.
The 52-year old took the reins of the US WNT in 2007 and led the side to the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Gold medals as well as the 2011 World Cup final where they were beaten by Japan.
A statement was released saying that Sundhage had decided to step down from her role to become the new manager of the Swedish Women's team.
"It was an honor to be able to coach these players for five years and I learned a tremendous amount from them," said Sundhage in the release.
"I want to thank all the players and all of my assistant coaches for making me better. Before I took this job, I always admired the spirit and character of the US team, but to experience that first-hand on the training field and from the bench as their coach was truly special and something I will treasure for the rest of my life.
"Although it is time to move on, I'd like to thank US Soccer for this wonderful opportunity and I wish this team and the players all the best in the future."
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