• Atletico Madrid's French forward Antoine Griezmann (R) is celebrates by Atletico Madrid's Argentinian coach Diego Simeone (L) after scoring a third goal
  • Atletico Madrid players celebrate after scoring their first team goal
  • Atletico Madrid's midfielder Koke (C) shoots to score in front of Malmö's Danish goalkeeper Robin Olsen (L) and Malmö's defender Erik Johansson
  • Malmö's forward Isaac Thelin (R) vies with Atletico Madrid's Brazilian defender Joao Miranda
  • Malmo's forward Magnus Eriksson (R) kicks a ball in front of Atletico's players (From L) Mario Suarez, Mario Mandzukic, Joao Miranda and Saul Niguez
  • Malmo's forward Markus Rosenberg (L) vies with Atletico Madrid's defender Juanfran

Latest Fixtures and Results

12.10.14 SWE2:0 (1:0)LIE
09.10.14 SWE1:1 (0:1)RUS
08.09.14 AUT1:1 (1:1)SWE
15.11.14 MNE SWE
18.11.14 FRA SWE
27.03.15 MDA SWE

FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking

National League

Allsvenskan

TeamMPWDLPts
1Malmö FF29188362
2IFK Göteborg291411453
3AIK29156851
4IF Elfsborg29147849
5BK Häcken29137946

Association Information

Foundation year1904
Affiliated since1904
Official site
www.svenskfotboll.se
info
svff@svenskfotboll.se
Svenska Fotbollförbundet
Evenemangsgatan 31 A P.O. Box 1216 SOLNA 171 23
Phone: +46-8/735 0900
Fax: +46-8/735 0901
PresidentNILSSON Karl-Erik
Vice President
  • ERIKSSON Joergen
  • FREBRAN Rose Marie
General SecretarySANTOFT Mikael
TreasurerSAHLSTROM Kjell
Technical DirectorDOMANSKI LYFORS Marika (SWE) RICHT Lars (SWE) WIDEN Per (SWE)
Men's CoachHAMREN Erik (SWE)
Women's CoachSUNDHAGE Pia (SWE)
Media OfficerBODELL Niklas
Futsal CoordinatorLINDBERG Ulf
Referee CoordinatorNILSSON Germund
JerseysYellow
ShortsBlue
StockingsYellow
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Confederation

HONOURS

FIFA World Cup™ victories
  • Runners-Up (1958)
  • Third (1950, 1994)
  • Fourth (1938)
FIFA World Cup™ appearances
11 (1934, 1938, 1950, 1958, 1970, 1974, 1978, 1990, 1994, 2002, 2006)
Best Results
  • Winner Olympic Football Tournament Final (1948)
  • Runners-Up FIFA Women's World Cup Final (2003)
  • Third Olympic Football Tournament Final (1924, 1952), FIFA Women's World Cup Final (1991, 2011), FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2013)
  • Fourth Olympic Football Tournament Final (1908), Olympic Football Tournament Women Final (2004)
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