Lunds BK

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Lunds BK
Lunds BK.png
Full name Lunds Bollklubb
Nickname(s) Krubban (The Manger)
Di gule (The Yellow Ones)
Short name LBK
Founded 1919
Ground Klostergårdens IP
Ground Capacity 8,560
Chairman Per Larsson
Manager Stefan Jansson
League Division 2 Södra Götaland

Lunds BK is a football club from Lund, Sweden founded in 1919. The club currently plays in Division 1 Södra and at the same time also plays in the Tipselit.

Despite their relative success Lunds BK has never competed in the Allsvenskan or Superettan, but has played nine seasons in the second highest level. The club is well known for their youth football programme and has managed numerous players such as Martin Dahlin[1] and Roger Ljung[2] who have progressed to major clubs.


The team was first formed in 1919 when the Lund GIF's juniors rebelled against their coach because they were not getting any playing time. The entire junior squad along with some players from IFK Lund were without club affiliation.

Two juniors, Gustav 'Gast' Persson and Bertil Larsson requested Berndt Paulsson ito form the new club. Gunnar Bjorn Hammar became the chairman and the rest of the board consisted of junior players.

In the year that they were formed the team only played one match which they won 4–1 with an attendance of 165 people. Almkvist scored 2 goals and thus became that year's leading scorer.

From 1919–1923, the club did not play league football. During this time, the club played 95 matches.

In 1923 Nils Nilsson (Pegen) was the top scorer with 20 goals in 26 matches. In 1924, LBK played 34 matches of which they won 15 games and lost 11.

The next year the club competed in a new league called Sydsvenskan. Since then the club has continued to progress despite the fact that their league position has fluctuated over the years. Over the last 20 years the club has mainly competed in Division 2 Södra Götaland but they have had 3 seasons in Division 1 Södra.

The club is affiliated to the Skånes Fotbollförbund.[3]

Some significant dates in LBK's history: 1920 – 2010[edit]

  • 1920: First football exchanges with Malmö FF.
  • 1921 : First international match was played in Copenhagen.
  • 1923 : First victory over Lund GIF. Club Eels introduced.
  • 1924 : The club gets its first female member.
  • 1929 : A-awaited training plan built on the sports site.
  • 1930 : Club rooms expanded and equipped for the cold.
  • 1941 : Youth Football programme is introduced
  • 1942 : Indoor Football makes premiere in Lund.
  • 1947 : The team goes up in Division 3. Nils-Åke Sandell as top scorer with 76 goals. Attendance record is increased to 3,234 persons against IFK Värnamo, in Division 3 October 5. It is said that this year was the best football year through all time for LBK.
  • 1950 : The club hires a full-time coach.
  • 1958 : An ice hockey division is formed.
  • 1960 : Ice hockey division is due to lack of interest
  • 1972: Women's soccer makes an entrance in the club.
  • 1974 : The women's league wins the women's division 3.
  • 1984 : Record attendance increases to 5,201 spectators at Klostergårdens IP, when LBK face IFK Malmö.
  • 1985 : New attendance record of 5,586, on Thursday, 29 August. Match of the Swedish Cup against Malmö FF (1–6)
  • 2005 : LBK win against Västra Frölunda IF in the Swedish Cup.
  • 2006 : LBK P91 finished in 10th place (20 teams) in the Nike Premier Cup (European Championships for club teams)
  • 2007 : Emil Alriksson prepares Lunds BK's 7000: the objectives. Johan Blomberg wins award as Division 2's best midfielder.

Season to season[edit]

Season Level Division Section Position Movements
1993 Tier 2 Division 1 Södra 10th
1994 Tier 2 Division 1 Södra 14th Relegated
1995 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 4th
1996 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 3rd
1997 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 6th
1998 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 9th
1999 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 1st Promotion Playoffs
2000 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 4th
2001 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 6th
2002 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 2nd
2003 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 9th
2004 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 6th
2005 Tier 3 Division 2 Södra Götaland 9th
2006* Tier 4 Division 2 Södra Götaland 3rd
2007 Tier 4 Division 2 Södra Götaland 3rd
2008 Tier 4 Division 2 Södra Götaland 3rd
2009 Tier 4 Division 2 Södra Götaland 1st Promoted
2010 Tier 3 Division 1 Södra 6th
2011 Tier 3 Division 1 Södra 5th
2012 Tier 3 Division 1 Södra 2nd Promotion Playoffs
2013 Tier 3 Division 1 Södra 10th
2014 Tier 3 Division 1 Södra 3rd

* League restructuring in 2006 resulted in a new division being created at Tier 3 and subsequent divisions dropping a level.

Current squad[edit]

Updated on 16 April 2017 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 Marcus Norman
2 Sweden DF Oliver Holder Ohlsson
3 Sweden DF Simon Nilsson
4 Sweden DF Martin Overgaard
6 Sweden DF Joel Vom Dorp
7 Sweden MF Måns Hofvander
8 Sweden MF Robin Anderson
9 Sweden FW Jesper Möller
10 Sweden MF Emil Pedersen
11 Sweden FW Admir Osmancević
14 Sweden DF Mårten Nordbeck
No. Position Player
16 Sweden MF Martin Johansson
17 Sweden MF Carl Annerstedt
18 Sweden FW Fredrik Karlsson
21 Sweden MF Victor Wernersson
22 Sweden FW Kristian Mjörnman
23 Sweden DF Gustav Hillstedt
24 Sweden MF David Sax
26 Sweden MF Kevin Lidin
28 Sweden MF Emil Killander
30 Sweden GK Tobias Kristensson
31 Sweden GK Jesper Andersson



Head coach:
  • Stefan Jansson
  • Jan Rasmusson
Goalkeeper coach:
  • Jan Möller


Team leader:
  • Ingemar Sjölin
Director of Sport:
  • Bo Cronqvist


  • Filip Lundgårdh
  • Niklas Berg Hansen




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