1934–35 in Swedish football

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The 1934-35 season in Swedish football, starting August 1934 and ending July 1935:

Honours[edit]

Official titles[edit]

Title Team Reason
1934–35 Swedish Champions IFK Göteborg Winners of Allsvenskan

Competitions[edit]

Level Competition Team
1st level Allsvenskan 1934–35 IFK Göteborg
2nd level Division 2 Norra 1934–35 IK Brage
Division 2 Östra 1934–35 IFK Norrköping
Division 2 Västra 1934–35 Gårda BK
Division 2 Södra 1934–35 Malmö FF

Promotions, relegations and qualifications[edit]

Promotions[edit]

Promoted from Promoted to Team Reason
Division 2 Östra 1934–35 Allsvenskan 1935–36 IFK Norrköping Winners of promotion play-off
Division 2 Västra 1934–35 Gårda BK Winners of promotion play-off
Division 3 1934–35 Division 2 Norra 1935–36 IFK Örebro Winners of Mellansvenska
Fagersta AIK Winners of promotion play-off
Division 3 1934–35 Division 2 Östra 1935–36 Skärblacka IF Winners of Södra Mellansvenska
Värtans IK Winners of Östsvenska
Division 3 1934–35 Division 2 Västra 1935–36 IFK Kristinehamn Winners of Nordvästra
Alingsås IF Losers of promotion play-off[1]
Division 3 1934–35 Division 2 Södra 1935–36 IFK Kristianstad Winners of Sydsvenska
Lessebo GoIF Winners of Sydöstra

League transfers[edit]

Transferred from Transferred to Team Reason
Division 2 Norra 1934–35 Division 2 Östra 1935–36 IFK Västerås Geographical composition
Division 2 Södra 1934–35 Division 2 Västra 1935–36 IFK Värnamo Geographical composition

Relegations[edit]

Relegated from Relegated to Team Reason
Allsvenskan 1934–35 Division 2 Södra 1935–36 Helsingborgs IF 11th team
Division 2 Norra 1935–36 Gefle IF 12th team
Division 2 Norra 1934–35 Division 3 1935–36 IF Rune 9th team
IFK Grängesberg 10th team
Division 2 Östra 1934–35 Division 3 1935–36 Åtvidabergs IF 9th team
Kalmar FF 10th team
Division 2 Västra 1934–35 Division 3 1935–36 IFK Uddevalla 9th team
Slottsbrons IF 10th team
Division 2 Södra 1934–35 Division 3 1935–36 Stattena IF 9th team
Lunds BK 10th team

Domestic results[edit]

For a colour code explanation, see Seasons in Swedish football#Legend.

Allsvenskan 1934–35[edit]

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AIK
IF Elfsborg
IFK Eskilstuna
GAIS
Gefle IF
IFK Göteborg
Halmstads BK
Helsingborgs IF
Landskrona BoIS
Sandvikens IF
IK Sleipner
Örgryte IS
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 IFK Göteborg 22 15 3 4 48 22 +26 33
2[2] AIK 22 11 6 5 59 28 +31 28
3[2] IF Elfsborg 22 13 2 7 59 43 +16 28
4[2] Sandvikens IF 22 12 4 6 46 46 0 28
5 GAIS 22 10 4 8 44 49 -5 24
6 Landskrona BoIS 22 10 2 10 47 47 0 22
7 IK Sleipner 22 9 3 10 55 49 +6 21
8 Örgryte IS 22 9 2 11 40 42 -2 20
9 Halmstads BK 22 7 5 10 33 39 -6 19
10 IFK Eskilstuna 22 7 4 11 37 52 -15 18
11 Helsingborgs IF 22 5 5 12 40 49 -9 15
12 Gefle IF 22 2 4 16 37 79 -42 8

Allsvenskan promotion play-off 1934–35[edit]

June 10, 1935
IK Brage 2–3 IFK Norrköping
June 16, 1935
IFK Norrköping 1–0 IK Brage

June 10, 1935
Malmö FF 3–1 Gårda BK
June 16, 1935
Gårda BK 2–1 Malmö FF
June 21, 1935
Malmö FF 0–2[3] Gårda BK

Division 2 Norra 1934–35[edit]

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Norra
Bollnäs GIF
IK Brage
IFK Grängesberg
Hallstahammars SK
IFK Kumla
Ljusne AIK
IF Rune
Surahammars IF
IFK Västerås
Örebro SK
Östra
BK Derby
Djurgårdens IF
Hammarby IF
Kalmar FF
Mjölby AI
IFK Norrköping
Sundbybergs IK
Västerviks AIS
Årsta SK
Åtvidabergs IF
Västra
Billingsfors IK
Degerfors IF
Fässbergs IF
Gårda BK
Husqvarna IF
Jonsereds IF
Karlskoga IF
Landala IF
Slottsbrons IF
IFK Uddevalla
Södra
IFK Helsingborg
IS Halmia
Höganäs BK
Lunds BK
Malmö BI
Malmö FF
IFK Malmö
Stattena IF
IFK Värnamo
Ängelholms IF
[4] Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 IK Brage 18 16 0 2 69 27 +42 32
2 IFK Västerås 18 9 4 5 46 38 +8 22
3 Örebro SK 18 9 3 6 39 29 +10 21
4 Hallstahammars SK 18 7 6 5 32 30 +2 20
5[2] Ljusne AIK 18 8 1 9 37 32 +5 17
6[2] Surahammars IF 18 6 5 7 31 33 -2 17
7[2] IFK Kumla 18 6 2 10 35 50 -15 14
8[2] Bollnäs GIF 18 5 4 9 23 47 -24 14
9 IF Rune 18 6 1 11 30 44 -14 13
10 IFK Grängesberg 18 3 4 11 26 38 -12 10

Division 2 Östra 1934–35[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 IFK Norrköping 18 12 2 4 68 29 +39 26
2 Mjölby AI 18 9 4 5 34 27 +7 22
3 Hammarby IF 18 7 7 4 32 25 +7 21
4 Djurgårdens IF 18 7 4 7 30 20 +10 18
5[2] BK Derby 18 7 3 8 27 35 -8 17
6[2] Västerviks AIS 18 8 1 9 27 44 -17 17
7[2] Sundbybergs IK 18 6 4 8 36 39 -3 16
8[2] Årsta SK 18 6 4 8 38 45 -7 16
9 Åtvidabergs IF 18 6 2 10 31 45 -14 14
10 Kalmar FF 18 5 3 10 32 46 -14 13

Division 2 Västra 1934–35[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Gårda BK 18 14 2 2 39 15 +24 30
2 Karlskoga IF 18 11 4 3 53 21 +32 26
3 Billingsfors IK 18 9 4 5 33 21 +12 22
4 Jonsereds IF 18 9 3 6 38 36 +2 21
5 Fässbergs IF 18 9 1 8 27 23 +4 19
6[2] Husqvarna IF 18 6 4 8 30 40 -10 16
7[2] Landala IF 18 6 4 8 24 40 -16 16
8 Degerfors IF 18 7 1 10 30 57 -27 15
9 IFK Uddevalla 18 4 2 12 28 42 -14 10
10 Slottsbrons IF 18 2 1 15 19 46 -27 5

Division 2 Södra 1934–35[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Malmö FF 18 13 5 0 66 21 +45 31
2 IS Halmia 18 11 5 2 44 16 +28 27
3 IFK Malmö 18 10 2 6 43 39 +4 22
4[2] IFK Helsingborg 18 9 1 8 49 36 +13 19
5[2] Ängelholms IF 18 6 7 5 33 32 +1 19
6[2] Höganäs BK 18 6 5 7 41 32 +9 17
7[2] Malmö BI 18 6 5 7 29 31 -2 17
8[2] IFK Värnamo 18 6 3 19 29 40 -11 15
9 Stattena IF 18 5 3 10 19 44 -25 13
10 Lunds BK 18 0 0 18 18 80 -62 0

Division 2 promotion play-off 1934–35[edit]

June 10, 1935
Skärgårdens IF 0–1 Fagersta AIK
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June 16, 1935
Fagersta AIK 5–0 Skärgårdens IF
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June 16, 1935
Oskarströms IF 2–0 Alingsås IF
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June 23, 1935
Alingsås IF 1–3 Oskarströms IF[1]
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National team results[edit]

September 23, 1934
Friendly
№ 186

Sweden  3–1  Latvia
Andersson 64' (p)
Carlsson 84'
Gustavsson 89'
Jēnihs 4'
Stockholms Stadion, Stockholm
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Dreiø (Denmark)

Sweden Sweden: Axel Ohlsson - Otto Andersson, Sven Andersson - Fritz Berg, Nils Rosén, Ernst Andersson - Roger Carlsson, Ragnar Gustavsson, Knut Hansson, Sven Jonasson, Gunnar Jansson.


September 23, 1934
1933–36 Nordic Championship
№ 187

Finland  5–4  Sweden
Koponen 2', 21'
Lintamo-Lindgren 33, 50'
Åström 49'
Persson 6', 42', 87'
Keller 59'
Tölö bollplan, Helsinki
Attendance: 10,370
Referee: Remke (Denmark)

Sweden Sweden: Anders Rydberg - Nils Axelsson, Harry Zachrisson - Victor Carlund, Gunnar Löfgren, Einar Snitt - Helge Johnsson, Erik Persson, Bertil Ericsson, Tore Keller, Gustav Wetterström.


June 12, 1935
1933–36 Nordic Championship
№ 188

Sweden  2–2  Finland
Persson 46'
Nyberg 80'
Weckström 10', 75'
Stockholms Stadion, Stockholm
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Kristiansen (Norway)

Sweden Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Nils Axelsson, Sven Andersson - Fritz Berg, Arthur Karlsson, Ernst Andersson - Emil Karlsson, Erik Persson, Arne Nyberg, Sven Jonasson, Åke Hallman.


June 16, 1935
1933–36 Nordic Championship
№ 189

Sweden  3–1  Denmark
Grahn 44'
Jonasson 54'
Hallman 83'
Jørgensen 35'
Ullevi, Gothenburg
Attendance: 28,336
Referee: Fogg (England)

Sweden Sweden: Anders Rydberg - Nils Axelsson, Sven Andersson - Fritz Berg, Arvid Emanuelsson, Ernst Andersson - Curt Bergsten, Erik Persson, Sven Jonasson, Karl-Erik Grahn, Åke Hallman.


June 30, 1935
Friendly
№ 190

Sweden  3–1  Germany
Hallman 20', 50'
Jonasson 59'
Rohwedder 89'
Stockholms Stadion, Stockholm
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Ulrich (Denmark)

Sweden Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Nils Axelsson, Sven Andersson - Fritz Berg, Bengt Essman, Ernst Andersson - Roger Carlsson, Erik Persson, Sven Jonasson, Karl-Erik Grahn, Åke Hallman.


July 5, 1935
Friendly
№ 191

Latvia  0–3  Sweden
Carlsson 35'
Jonasson 43'
Samuelsson 75'
JKS Stadions, Riga
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Boronkay (Hungary)

Sweden Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Nils Axelsson, Olle Hultfeldt - Henning Pettersson, Bengt Essman, Einar Snitt - Roger Carlsson, Åke Samuelsson, Sven Jonasson, Karl-Erik Grahn, Åke Hallman.


July 9, 1935
Friendly
№ 192

Estonia  1–2  Sweden
Ellman-Eelma 63' Samuelsson 15', 17'
Kadriorg Stadium, Tallinn
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Aalto (Finland)

Sweden Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Nils Axelsson, Walter Sköld - Henning Pettersson, Bengt Essman, Einar Snitt - Roger Carlsson, Åke Samuelsson, Sven Jonasson, Karl-Erik Grahn, Åke Hallman.

National team players in season 1934/35[edit]

name pos. caps goals club
Ernst Andersson MF 4 0 IFK Göteborg
Otto Andersson DF 1 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Sven "Vrålis" Andersson DF 4 1 AIK Solna
Nils Axelsson DF 6 0 Hälsingborgs IF
Fritz Berg MF 4 0 IFK Göteborg
Sven "Svenne Berka" Bergquist (Bergqvist) GK 4 0 Hammarby IF Stockholm
Curt (Kurt) Bergsten FW 1 0 Landskrona BoIS
Roger Carlsson FW 4 2 IFK Eskilstuna
Victor Carlund MF 1 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Arvid "Emma" Emanuelsson MF 1 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Bertil Ericsson FW 1 0 Sandvikens IF
Bengt Essman MF 3 0 IFK Eskilstuna
Karl-Erik Grahn FW 4 1 IF Elfsborg Borås
Ragnar Gustavsson FW 1 1 GAIS Göteborg
Åke Hallman FW 5 3 IF Elfsborg Borås
Knut "Buckla" Hansson FW 1 0 IS Halmia Halmstad
Olle Hultfeldt DF 1 0 IFK Göteborg
Gunnar Jansson FW 1 0 Gefle IF Gävle
Helge Johnsson FW 1 0 IFK Göteborg
Sven "Jonas" Jonasson FW 6 3 IF Elfsborg Borås
Arthur Karlsson MF 1 0 Landskrona BoIS
Emil Karlsson FW 1 0 Halmstads BK
Tore Keller FW 1 1 IK Sleipner Norrköping
Gunnar Löfgren MF 1 0 IFK Göteborg
Arne Nyberg FW 1 1 IFK Göteborg
Axel Ohlsson GK 1 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Erik "Lillis" Persson FW 4 4 AIK Solna
Henning Pettersson MF 2 0 Landskrona BoIS
Nils "Rossi" Rosén MF 1 0 Hälsingborgs IF
Anders Rydberg GK 2 0 IFK Göteborg
Åke Samuelsson FW 2 3 IF Elfsborg Borås
Walter Sköld DF 1 0 AIK Solna
Einar Snitt MF 3 0 Sandvikens IF
Gustav "Gutta" Wetterström FW 1 0 IK Sleipner Norrköping
Harry Zachrisson DF 1 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Oskarströms IF declined to be promoted to Division 2 after winning the promotion play-off and Alingsås IF were promoted in their place.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Tie breaker is goal average.
  3. ^ Since extra time, aggregate score and the away goals rule was not used, a third match played on neutral ground decided the play-off.
  4. ^ Teams from a large part of northern Sweden, approximately above the province of Medelpad, were not allowed to play in the national league system until the 1953–54 season.

References[edit]

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