1911–12 in Swedish football

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The 1911–12 season in Swedish football, starting January 1911 and ending July 1912:

Honours[edit]

Official titles[edit]

Title Team Reason
1911 Swedish Champions AIK Winners of Svenska Mästerskapet

Competitions[edit]

Level Competition Team
1st level Svenska Serien 1911–12 Örgryte IS
2nd level Mellansvenska Serien 1911–12 Westermalms IF
Västsvenska Serien 1912 IK Wega
Championship Cup Svenska Mästerskapet 1911 AIK
Cup competition Corinthian Bowl 1911 Örgryte IS
Kamratmästerskapen 1911 IFK Norrköping
Wicanderska Välgörenhetsskölden 1911 IFK Stockholm

Promotions, relegations and qualifications[edit]

Promotions[edit]

Promoted from Promoted to Team Reason[1]
Unknown Svenska Serien 1912–13 IFK Uppsala Unknown
Unknown Uppsvenska Serien 1912–13 Gefle IF Unknown
IFK Gävle Unknown
IF Heimdal Unknown
Mariebergs IK Unknown
Sandvikens AIK Unknown
IFK Stockholm Unknown

Relegations[edit]

Relegated from Relegated to Team Reason[1]
Svenska Serien 1911–12 Uppsvenska Serien 1912–13 Mariebergs IK Unknown
Mellansvenska Serien 1912–13 IFK Eskilstuna Withdrew
Unknown Göteborgs FF Unknown
Vikingarnas FK Withdrew
Mellansvenska Serien 1911–12 Unknown Eriksdals IF Withdrew
IFK Uppsala Withdrew
Verdandi VoIF Unknown
Örebro BK Withdrew
Västsvenska Serien 1911–12 Unknown Jonsereds GIF Unknown
Rantens IF Withdrew

Domestic results[edit]

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

Svenska Serien 1911–12[edit]

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AIK
Djurgårdens IF
IFK Eskilstuna
Göteborgs FF
IFK Göteborg
Mariebergs IK
IFK Norrköping
Vikingarnas FK
Örgryte IS
[2] Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Örgryte IS 11 8 1 2 29 20 +9 17
2 Djurgårdens IF 10 6 2 2 19 14 +5 14
3 IFK Göteborg 11 4 3 4 28 27 +1 11
4 AIK 10 4 1 5 25 23 +2 9
5 IFK Norrköping 9 2 2 5 15 25 -10 6
6[3] Göteborgs FF 7 1 2 4 12 17 -5 4
7[3] Mariebergs IK 6 1 1 4 9 11 -2 3
[3] Vikingarnas FK 1 1 0 0 3 1 +2 2
[3] IFK Eskilstuna 1 0 0 1 0 7 -7 0

Mellansvenska Serien 1911–12[edit]

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Mellansvenska
Eriksdals IF
Johanneshofs IF
Köpings IS
IF Svea
IFK Uppsala
Verdandi VoIF
IFK Västerås
Westermalms IF
Örebro BK
Västsvenska
IF Elfsborg
GAIS
Jonsereds GIF
Rantens IF
IFK Uddevalla
IK Wega
[4] Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Westermalms IF 7 7 0 0 29 11 +18 14
2[5] IF Svea 8 4 0 4 18 19 -1 8
3[5] Verdandi VoIF 8 3 2 3 15 15 0 8
4[6] Johanneshofs IF 5 3 1 1 14 9 +5 7
5 Köpings IS 9 1 3 5 11 21 -10 5
6 IFK Västerås 9 1 2 6 16 28 -12 4
[6] Eriksdals IF 4 2 1 1 9 7 +2 5
[7] IFK Uppsala 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
[7] Örebro BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Västsvenska Serien 1912[edit]

[8] Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 IK Wega 6 4 1 1 16 8 +8 9
2 GAIS 6 3 2 1 18 9 +9 8
3 Jonsereds GIF 3 1 1 1 5 5 0 3
4[5] IF Elfsborg 4 1 0 3 8 15 -7 2
5[5] IFK Uddevalla 5 1 0 4 4 14 -10 2
[7] Rantens IF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Svenska Mästerskapet 1911[edit]

Final

October 8, 1911
AIK 3–2 IFK Uppsala

Corinthian Bowl 1911[edit]

Final

Kamratmästerskapen 1911[edit]

Final

Wicanderska Välgörenhetsskölden 1911[edit]

Final

National team results[edit]

June 18, 1911
Friendly
№ 9

Sweden  2–4  Germany
Gustafsson Goal 28'29' Dumke Goal 13'44'83'
Kipp Goal 54'
Råsunda IP, Solna
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Buchwald (Denmark)

Sweden Sweden: Oskar Bengtsson - Knut Sandlund, Jacob Levin - Ragnar Wicksell, Götrik Frykman, Sixten Öberg - Herman Myhrberg, Gustaf Ekberg, Karl Gustafsson, Josef Appelgren, Karl Ansén.


September 17, 1911
Friendly
№ 10

Sweden  4–1  Norway
Ekroth Goal 8'35'
Börjesson Goal 15'
Dahlström Goal 47'
Maartmann[9] Goal 60'
Råsunda IP, Solna
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Middelboe (Denmark)

Sweden Sweden: Knut Gustavsson - Theodor Malm, Erik Lavass - Axel Lyberg, Götrik Frykman, Fritz Welander - Ivar Friberg, William Dahlström, Erik Börjesson, Helge Ekroth, Karl Ansén.


October 22, 1911
Friendly
№ 11

Finland  2–5  Sweden
Lindbäck Goal 3'
Jerima-Jefimoff Goal 5'
Ericsson Goal 40'
Persson Goal 46'
Brolin Goal 65'86'
Andersson Goal 88'
Eläintarha Stadium, Helsinki
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Eerikäinen (Finland)

Sweden Sweden: Gerhard Pettersson - Johannes Hellgren, Sven Pettersson - Sven Svensson, Hans Lindman, Erik Bohlin - Gunnar Pleijel, Karl Persson, Ludvig Ericsson, Adrian Brolin, Rudolf Andersson.


October 29, 1911
Friendly
№ 12

Germany  1–3  Sweden
Möller Goal 81' Börjesson Goal 15'35'
Olsson Goal 60'
Victoria-Stadion, Hamburg
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Willing (Netherlands)

Sweden Sweden: Josef Börjesson - Theodor Malm, Jacob Levin - Ragnar Wicksell, Knut Nilsson, John Olsson - Herman Myhrberg, Josef Appelgren, Erik Börjesson, Helge Ekroth, Karl Ansén.


June 16, 1912
Friendly
№ 13

Norway  1–2  Sweden
Maartmann Goal 22' Ekroth Goal 37'75'
Gamle Frogner, Kristiania
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Middelboe (Denmark)

Sweden Sweden: Erik Bergqvist - Konrad Törnqvist, Henning Svensson - Ragnar Wicksell, Gustav Sandberg, Karl Gustafsson - Herman Myhrberg, Einar Halling-Johansson, Arvid Fagrell, Helge Ekroth, Karl Ansén.


June 20, 1912
Friendly
№ 14

Sweden  2–2  Hungary
Bergström Goal 8'
Swensson Goal 46'
Bodnár Goal 38'
Schlosser[10] Goal 67'
Walhalla IP, Gothenburg
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Meerum-Terwogt (Netherlands)

Sweden Sweden: Josef Börjesson - Theodor Malm, Jacob Levin - Ragnar Wicksell, Gustav Sandberg, Karl Gustafsson - Herman Myhrberg, Einar Halling-Johansson, Erik Börjesson, Iwar Swensson, Erik Bergström.


June 27, 1912
Friendly
№ 15

Sweden  7–1  Finland
Lorichs 1', 50', 65'
Dahlström 52', 87'
Persson 80', 88'
Wiberg 38'
Råsunda IP, Solna
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Meisl (Austria)

Sweden Sweden: Herbert Svensson - Theodor Malm, Konrad Törnqvist - Gustaf Ekberg, Knut Nilsson, Oscar Gustafsson - Axel Bohm, Karl Persson, Eric Dahlström, Hjalmar Lorichs, Birger Carlsson.


June 29, 1912
1912 Olympics prel. round (1/8 final)
№ 16

Sweden  3–4
(aet)
 Netherlands
Swensson 3', 80'
Börjesson 62' (p)
Bouvy 28', 52'
Vos 43', 91' (et)
Stockholms Stadion, Stockholm
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Wagstaffe-Simmons (England)

Sweden Sweden: Josef Börjesson - Jacob Levin, Erik Bergström - Ragnar Wicksell, Gustav Sandberg, Karl Gustafsson - Herman Myhrberg, Iwar Swensson, Erik Börjesson, Helge Ekroth, Karl Ansén.


July 1, 1912
1912 Olympics consol. 1st round (1/4 final)
№ 17

Sweden  0–1  Italy
Bontadini 15'[11]
Råsunda IP, Solna
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Willing (Netherlands)

Sweden Sweden: Josef Börjesson - Erik Bergström, Konrad Törnqvist - Ragnar Wicksell, Götrik Frykman, Karl Gustafsson - Herman Myhrberg, Iwar Swensson, Erik Börjesson, Eric Dahlström, Karl Ansén.

National team players in season 1911/12[edit]

name pos. caps goals club
Rudolf Andersson FW 1 1 IFK Uppsala
Karl Ansén FW 6 0 AIK Solna
Josef "Päron" Appelgren FW 2 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Oskar "Påsket" Bengtsson GK 1 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Erik "Berka" Bergqvist GK 1 0 IFK Stockholm
Erik "Backen" Bergström FW/DF 3 1 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Erik Bohlin MF 1 0 IFK Uppsala
Axel Bohm FW 1 0 IF Verdandi Eskilstuna
Erik "Börje" Börjesson FW 5 4 Örgryte IS Göteborg (2)
Jonsereds GIF (3)
Josef Börjesson GK 4 0 Göteborgs FF
Adrian Brolin FW 1 2 IFK Uppsala
Birger Carlsson FW 1 0 Westermalms IF Stockholm
Eric Dahlström FW 2 2 IFK Eskilstuna
William "Kata" Dahlström FW 1 1 IFK Stockholm
Gustaf "Blekberg" Ekberg FW/MF 2 0 Johanneshofs IF
Helge "Ekis" Ekroth FW 4 4 AIK Solna
Ludvig Ericsson FW 1 1 IFK Uppsala
Arvid Fagrell FW 1 0 IFK Göteborg
Ivar Friberg FW 1 0 Djurgårdens IF Stockholm
Götrik "Putte" Frykman MF 3 0 Djurgårdens IF Stockholm
Karl "Köping" Gustafsson FW/MF 5 2 Köpings IS
Oscar Gustafsson MF 1 0 Johanneshofs IF
Knut Gustavsson GK 1 0 Mariebergs IK Stockholm
Einar Halling-Johansson FW 2 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Johannes "Janne" Hellgren DF 1 0 IFK Uppsala
Erik Lavass DF 1 0 Djurgårdens IF Stockholm
Jacob Levin DF 4 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Hans Lindman MF 1 0 IFK Uppsala
Hjalmar Lorichs FW 1 3 Köpings IS
Axel "Nyggen" Lyberg MF 1 0 IFK Stockholm
Theodor "Todde" Malm DF 4 0 AIK Solna
Herman Myhrberg FW 6 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Knut "Knutte" Nilsson MF 2 0 AIK Solna
Sixten Öberg MF 1 0 Mariebergs IK Stockholm
John Olsson MF 1 1 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Karl Persson FW 2 3 IFK Uppsala (1)
Sandvikens AIK (1)
Gerhard Pettersson GK 1 0 IFK Uppsala
Sven Pettersson DF 1 0 IFK Gävle
Gunnar Pleijel FW 1 0 IFK Uppsala
Gustav (Gustaf) "Skädda" Sandberg MF 3 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Knut Sandlund DF 1 0 Djurgårdens IF Stockholm
Henning Svensson DF 1 0 IFK Göteborg
Herbert Svensson GK 1 0 Mariebergs IK Stockholm
Sven Svensson MF 1 0 IFK Uppsala
Iwar "Iffa-Sven" Swensson FW 3 3 IFK Norrköping
Konrad Törnqvist DF 3 0 IFK Göteborg
Fritz "Fritte" Welander MF 1 0 AIK Solna
Ragnar "Ragge" Wicksell MF 6 0 Djurgårdens IF Stockholm

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b There existed no regular promotion and relegation in the leagues at this time. Teams were excluded, relegated, admitted or promoted to a league on other bases than their finishing position the season before.
  2. ^ The league was abandoned due to trouble finding days to play the remaining matches as the national team prepared for the 1912 Olympic football tournament by playing test matches, however the incomplete table is considered the final table. The following ten matches were not played: Djurgårdens IFMariebergs IK, Göteborgs FFMariebergs IK, IFK NorrköpingDjurgårdens IF, Mariebergs IKGöteborgs FF, IFK GöteborgMariebergs IK, Göteborgs FFAIK, Örgryte ISMariebergs IK, AIKGöteborgs FF, Göteborgs FFIFK Norrköping and Mariebergs IKIFK Norrköping.
  3. ^ a b c d Göteborgs FF and Mariebergs IK replaced IFK Eskilstuna and Vikingarnas FK which both withdrew after only one round, their two match results are not included in the table of the other teams. Mariebergs IK then withdrew after six matches, but were allowed back in again after a while.
  4. ^ The league was abandoned, however the incomplete table is considered the final table. The following seven matches were not played: Verdandi VoIFEriksdals IF, Eriksdals IFIF Svea, IF SveaWestermalms IF, Eriksdals IFVerdandi VoIF, Westermalms IFEriksdals IF, Eriksdals IFIFK Västerås and Westermalms IFKöpings IS.
  5. ^ a b c d Tie breaker is most scored goals.
  6. ^ a b Johanneshofs IF replaced Eriksdals IF which withdrew after four rounds, their match results were included in the table of Johanneshofs IF which only played one more match.
  7. ^ a b c IFK Uppsala, Örebro BK and Rantens IF withdrew from their respective leagues before the league started.
  8. ^ The league was abandoned, however the incomplete table is considered the final table. The following eight matches were not played: Jonsereds GIFIF Elfsborg, IFK UddevallaIF Elfsborg, IK WegaIFK Uddevalla, Jonsereds GIFIFK Uddevalla, IF ElfsborgGAIS, IF ElfsborgJonsereds GIF, IK WegaJonsereds GIF and Jonsereds GIFGAIS.
  9. ^ Norwegian sources indicate that it was Nysted and not Maartmann that scored the goal.
  10. ^ Hungarian sources indicate that it was Pataki and not Schlosser that scored the goal.
  11. ^ Italian sources indicate that the goal was scored 30' and not 15'.

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