Ljungskile SK

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Ljungskile SK
Full name Ljungskile Sportklubb
Founded 16 May 1926; 89 years ago (1926-05-16)
Ground Uddevalla Arena, Ljungskile
Ground Capacity 5,500
Chairman Bo Fagerberg
Head coach Tor-Arne Fredheim
League Superettan
2015 Superettan, 6th

Ljungskile SK is a Swedish football club located in Ljungskile, a town within Uddevalla Municipality. The club, formed 1926 currently play in Superettan. Ljungskile SK is famous for their promotions between 1990 to 1997. In 1990, Ljungskile SK was playing in Swedish "Division 5" and gained promotion to "Division 4", "Division 3", "Division 2", "Division 1" until they reached Allsvenskan in 1997.

The club soon gained sponsorship by the swimwear producer Panos Emporio after advancing for the first time to Allsvenskan (LSK defeated Umeå FC when attending the qualifying round in November 1996), and played under the name Panos Ljungskile SK from 1997 to 2002. The club was relegated two times (1997 and 2000) during these years, and played some years in Division 2 Västra Götaland before they managed to gain promotion back to Superettan in late 2004, defeating Väsby IK in the qualifying round. On October 21, 2007 the club gained promotion for the second time ever to Allsvenskan by defeating Landskrona BoIS away. During 2008 the club managed to replace IFK Uddevalla as Bohuslän's most successful club in the history of Allsvenskan.


Season Level League Pos
Ljungskile SK
1993 Tier 3 Division 2 Västra Götaland 1st (P)
1994 Tier 2 Division 1 Södra 7th
1995 Tier 2 Division 1 Södra 5th
1996 Tier 2 Division 1 Södra 2nd (P)
Panos Ljungskile SK
1997 Tier 1 Allsvenskan 14th (R)
1998 Tier 2 Division 1 Södra 6th
1999 Tier 2 Division 1 Södra 4th
2000 Tier 2 Superettan 15th (R)
2001 Tier 3 Division 2 Västra Götaland 1st
2002 Tier 3 Division 2 Västra Götaland 6th
Ljungskile SK
2003 Tier 3 Division 2 Västra Götaland 2nd
2004 Tier 3 Division 2 Västra Götaland 1st (P)
2005 Tier 2 Superettan 4th
2006[a] Tier 2 Superettan 6th
2007 Tier 2 Superettan 2nd (P)
2008 Tier 1 Allsvenskan 14th (R)
2009 Tier 2 Superettan 9th
2010 Tier 2 Superettan 6th
2011 Tier 2 Superettan 8th
2012 Tier 2 Superettan 5th
2013 Tier 2 Superettan 9th
2014 Tier 2 Superettan 3rd
  1. ^ League restructuring in 2006 resulted in a new division being created at Tier 3 and subsequent divisions dropping a level.[1][2]


First-team squad[edit]

As of 10 January 2015[3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Sweden GK Ivo Vazgeč
2 New Zealand DF Steven Old
3 Sweden DF Niclas Andersén
5 Sweden DF Petter Björlund
6 Sweden DF Allan Mohideen
7 Sweden MF Hampus Andersson
8 Sweden MF Markus Gustafsson (captain)
9 Sweden FW Hannes Stiller
10 Sweden FW Jonas Lindberg
11 Sweden MF Jakob Olsson
12 Sweden MF Ken Sema
No. Position Player
13 Sweden MF Robin Iglićar
14 Sweden FW Gabriel Altemark-Vanneryr
15 Sweden MF Alexander Mellqvist
16 Nigeria FW Ahmed Abdultaofik
17 Norway DF Ahmed El-Amrani
19 Sweden FW Admir Bajrović
20 Sweden DF Linus Dahl
21 Sweden GK Jonathan Johansson
24 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Aleksandar Kitić (vice captain)
25 Sweden MF Peiman Eliassi
33 Sweden GK Gabriel Persson

Current youth players with first-team experience[edit]

As of 22 February 2015[A]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
26 Sweden MF Martin Cruz Aliaga
27 Sweden FW Rikard Bagger
28 Sweden MF Gustav Hallberg
No. Position Player
30 Sweden GK Gabriel Persson
Sweden MF Joakim Berggren
Sweden FW Niclas Holgersson

For season transfers, see transfers winter 2014–15.

Former coaches[edit]




  1. ^ Current youth players who at least have sat on the bench in a competitive match.


  1. ^ "GAIS – Lagfacta – Ljungskile SK". Retrieved 2010-09-09. 
  2. ^ "GAIS – Lagfacta – Panos Ljungskile SK". Retrieved 2010-09-09. 
  3. ^ "Truppen" (in Swedish). Ljungskile SK. Retrieved 11 July 2013. 

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