Edsbyns IF

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This article is about Edsbyns IF's bandy section. For other sections of the club, see Edsbyns IF (disambiguation).
Edsbyns IF
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Founded 1909
Based in Edsbyn, Sweden
Arena Dina Arena
Head coach Ola Johansson
Franco Bergman
National championships 9 (1952, 1953, 1962, 1978, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
World Cup champions 2 (1975, 1991)

Edsbyns IF, founded on 6 June 1909, is a sports club in Edsbyn in Ovanåker Municipality in Sweden. The bandy section of the club was founded as late as in 1925 and in 2000 the section was formally made a club of its own.

Edsbyns IF has played in the highest bandy league in Sweden from 1945–1969 and then again since 1971.

Edsbyns IF became Swedish bandy champions for men in 1952, 1953, 1962, 1978, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.

They built the first indoor arena for bandy in Sweden and became champions the next season.

Squad[edit]

As of 4 January 2007:

No. Position Player
1 Sweden GK Lucas Lund
2 Finland DF Petteri Lampinen
4 Sweden DF Per Hellmyrs
5 Sweden DF Fredrik Åström
6 Sweden DF Daniel Jonsson
7 Sweden MF Jens Hermansson
8 Sweden MF Hans Andersson
9 Sweden FW Hans Åström
11 Sweden FW Joel Edling
16 Sweden MF Magnus Olsson
No. Position Player
17 Sweden DF Mattias Hammarström
18 Sweden FW Jonas Edling
19 Sweden MF Erik Persson
20 Sweden MF Andreas Söderholm
21 Sweden GK Anders Svensson
22 Sweden GK Johan Hedberg
28 Sweden DF Pär Törnberg
57 Sweden MF Joakim Hedqvist
64 Sweden DF Daniel Välitalo
68 Sweden DF Peter Törnberg

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