• FIFA President Blatter and Sweden's FA President Karl-Erik Nilsson during a courtesy visit at the Home of FIFA in Zurich on 26 January 2015
  • Portugal´s player Simao Sabrosa reacts
  • Portugal's player Simao Sabrosa (C) shoots
  • Sweden's coach Lars Lagerback gestures
  • Denmark's Jacob Poulsen celebrates after winning the World Cup 2010 qualifying match against Sweden
  • Team Denmark celebrate after winning the World Cup 2010 qualifying match Denmark vs Sweden October 1

Latest Fixtures and Results

15.01.15 SWE2:0 (0:0)CIV
18.11.14 FRA1:0 (0:0)SWE
15.11.14 MNE1:1 (0:1)SWE
27.03.15 MDA SWE
31.03.15 SWE IRN
08.06.15 NOR SWE

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National League

Allsvenskan

TeamMPWDLPts
1Malmö FF30188462
2IFK Göteborg301511456
3AIK30157852
4IF Elfsborg30157852
5BK Häcken301371046

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 SecretarySJOSTRAND Hakan
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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