Line Kongsgaard gained fame as the spouse of Jon Dahl Tomasson. Tomasson is a renowned former football player and current professional football manager.
Line Kongsgaard is Married to Jon Dahl Tomasson
Line Kongsgaard and Jon Dahl Tomasson dated for more than ten years before getting married. Tomasson proposed to her on New Year's Eve in 2017.
The lovebirds had a beautiful wedding at Garrison's Church in Copenhagen in 2019, followed by a party at Odd Fellow Palace. After marrying Jon, Line started addressing herself Line Dahl Kongeskov Tomasson.
The pair have been married for many years and have two lovely children. Luca Tomasson, their first son, was born in 2008, and Liam Tomasson, their second, was born in 2012. Both boys played on teams for Excelsiors Under 13 and Nine. Line doesn't use social media like Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
The couple has had a happy life together since they got married. There are no reports of them getting divorced or having any problems. They are just enjoying and appreciating every moment of their life.
How Wealthy is Line Kongsgaard?
After tying the knot with the renowned Jon Dahl Tomasson, Line Kongsgaard gained popularity. There is no available information about her career or professional life; she might be a housewife or a stay-at-home mom.
Due to undisclosed information, Kongsgaard's estimated net worth, monthly and yearly earnings, the main source of income, vehicles, lifestyle, and other details have not been updated.
On the other hand, Line's husband Jon Dahl Tomasson is estimated to have a net worth of $1 million. His wealth has accumulated significantly from his early days as a soccer player.
Line Kongsgaard Husband's Career Highlights
Jon Dahl Tomasson started playing football at Solrød BK when he was just five. At nine, he moved to Køge BK, the biggest club in the area. Making his senior debut at 16 in November 1992, Tomasson helped the club get promoted twice in the next two years.
At 18, Tomasson moved to the Dutch club SC Heerenveen in December 1994. His success led him to join FA Premier League club Newcastle United in July 1997.
Jon returned to the Eredivisie in July 1998, joining Feyenoord as an attacking midfielder. In May 2002, he moved to Serie A club AC Milan on a four-year free transfer.
Tomasson joined VfB Stuttgart in July 2005, scoring eight Bundesliga goals in his first season. In January 2007, he was loaned to Villarreal and later signed a two-year contract.
After leaving Villarreal in July 2008, Jon returned to Feyenoord. Injuries affected his playing time, but he still helped Feyenoord achieve fourth place in the Eredivisie in the 2009–10 season.
Jon Dahl Tomasson had a remarkable international career with Denmark. After performing well with Heerenveen, he received a call-up to the Denmark national team and made his debut on March 29, 1997, against Croatia.
However, reduced playing time at Newcastle led to him being dropped from the national team, causing Tomasson to miss the 1998 FIFA World Cup. Upon moving to Feyenoord, Jon was called up again in August 1998.
In May 2010, Jon was included in Denmark's squad for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Throughout his international career from March 1997 to June 2010, Jon scored a total of 52 goals in 112 games for Denmark.
After retiring on June 6, 2011, Jon Dahl Tomasson began his coaching career. He started as an assistant coach at Dutch club Excelsior. Later, he became the head coach for the 2013–14 season.
In December 2013, Eredivisie side Roda JC Kerkrade appointed Tomasson as head coach. However, after the second half of the season resulted in relegation, he was dismissed in May 2014.
Jon then took on roles as assistant manager of Vitesse and assistant coach of the Danish national team. In January 2020, Tomasson became the manager of the Swedish Allsvenskan side Malmö FF. However, Tomasson left the club at his own request on December 30, 2021.
On June 14, 2022, Tomasson became the head coach of Blackburn Rovers, signing a three-year deal. In his debut season in English football, Blackburn finished in 7th place, narrowly missing out on the playoffs for promotion to the Premier League.
Line Kongsgaard Faced a Serious Threat of Being Poisoned
Line Kongsgaard and her family went through tough times because a woman harassed them on Instagram. The situation became worse when this woman posted a picture with Jon Dahl Tomasson, falsely claimed to be his wife and the mother of their two kids, and even threatened to poison Line.
The woman also spread false news about Kongsgaard and Tomasson divorcing, leading Line and Jon to take legal action against her. In court, the woman admitted it started as a joke but became an unhealthy obsession.
As a consequence, she got up to two months of probation, was banned from the city where Line's family lived, and lost her job.