Mjällby AIF

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Mjällby AIF
Mjallby AIF logo.svg
Full nameMjällby Allmänna
Founded1 April 1939; 84 years ago (1939-04-01)
GroundStrandvallen, Hällevik
ChairmanMagnus Emeus
Head coachAnders Torstensson
2022Allsvenskan, 9th
WebsiteClub website
A chart showing the progress of Mjällby AIF through the swedish football league system. The different shades of gray represent league divisions.
Mjällby AIF players lining up before a 2013 Allsvenskan game.
Main entrance to Strandvallen.

Mjällby Allmänna Idrottsförening, also known simply as Mjällby AIF, Mjällby or (especially locally) MAIF, is a Swedish professional football club based in Hällevik. The club is affiliated to Blekinge Fotbollförbund and play its home games at Strandvallen. The club colours, reflected in their crest and kit, are yellow and black. Formed on 1 April 1939, the club have played eight seasons in Sweden's highest football league Allsvenskan, the club's first season in the league was in 1980. The club are currently playing in Allsvenskan (top division). With nine seasons in the top division Allsvenskan, Mjällby AIF is the most successful football team from the province of Blekinge.

Former Sweden national football team players Christian Wilhelmsson and Mattias Asper began their careers at the club. Both players also ended their playing careers in Mjällby.

On 11 May 2023, Mjällby AIF played the Swedish Cup final at Strandvallen, losing 1–4 to BK Häcken.[1]


First-team squad[edit]

As of 7 May 2023[2]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Sweden SWE Noel Törnqvist
2 DF Sweden SWE Jesper Merbom Adolfsson
3 DF Sweden SWE Arvid Brorsson
4 DF Nigeria NGA Isaiah Ejeh
5 DF Norway NOR Colin Rösler
6 MF Sweden SWE Imam Jagne
7 MF Sweden SWE Viktor Gustafson
8 MF Sweden SWE Otto Rosengren
9 FW Denmark DEN Max Fenger
10 FW Ghana GHA Mamudo Moro
11 DF Sweden SWE Adam Ståhl
12 MF Sweden SWE David Löfquist (captain)
14 FW Sweden SWE Herman Johansson
15 DF Serbia SRB Ivan Kričak
16 MF Sweden SWE Alexander Johansson
17 MF Sweden SWE Elliot Stroud
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 FW Nigeria NGA Yusuf Abdulazeez
19 MF Sweden SWE Ludvig Carlius
20 DF Sweden SWE Johan Persson
21 MF Sweden SWE Adam Petersson
22 MF Sweden SWE Jesper Gustavsson
23 FW China CHN Afrden Asqer (on loan from Guangzhou)
24 DF Sweden SWE Tom Pettersson
25 MF Sweden SWE Argjend Miftari
26 MF Sweden SWE Noah Persson (on loan from Young Boys)
27 FW Sweden SWE Love Björnsson
29 DF Sweden SWE Noah Eile (on loan from Malmö)
30 GK Sweden SWE Hugo Fagerberg
31 FW Nigeria NGA Silas Nwankwo
35 GK Sweden SWE Alexander Lundin
DF Sweden SWE Tim Malmström
MF Sweden SWE Ludvig Tidstrand







  1. ^ Martin Aghassi, Therese Bosta, Rani Amir (18 May 2023). "Häcken vinner tredje cuptiteln" (in Swedish). SVT Sport. Retrieved 21 May 2023.{{cite news}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  2. ^ "Seniorer" (in Swedish). Mjällby AIF. Retrieved 7 May 2023.

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