Pearce’s men need to avoid defeat by Uruguay in their final Group A game to reach the quarter-finals at London 2012, with Swansea’s Joe Allen, Scott Sinclair and Neil Taylor all featuring at the Games.
The Swans are currently in America preparing for the new season, and Laudrup – who replaced current Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers in June – is pleased for the club to be receiving recognition on the international stage.
“I think it’s great,” said Laudrup. “Swansea is one of the smaller clubs in the Premier League. We’re not Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United or Manchester City. So it’s great to have three players [in the Team GB squad].
“Of course from an egotistical point of view, unfortunately I can’t have them here with me, but first of all, I am happy for them, and happy for the club as well.
“Because for the image of Swansea, to have three players in that squad, is very important.”
MORE: Man United latest news
MORE: Arsenal latest news
MORE: Chelsea latest news
MORE: Liverpool latest news