Tvillingderbyt

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Tvillingderbyt
AIK-Djurgården (2013).jpg
Locale Stockholm urban area, Sweden
Teams AIK
Djurgårdens IF
First meeting 16 July 1899[a][1]
Latest meeting 15 April 2018
AIKDjurgårdens IF (2-0)
Next meeting 21 October 2018 at Tele2 Arena
Statistics
Most wins AIK (63)
Most player appearances Sven Lindman, Djurgårdens IF (25)
Top scorer Yngve Leback, AIK (7)
Largest victory 12 June 1908
AIKDjurgårdens IF (0–6)
2 June 1915
Djurgårdens IFAIK (0–6)

Tvillingderbyt (Swedish: [²tvɪlːɪŋˌdærbʏt], The Twin Derby) is a football fixture in the Stockholm urban area, Sweden, between cross-town rivals AIK and Djurgårdens IF. Both clubs were founded in Stockholm in 1891, just three weeks apart, but they started playing football in 1896 and 1899 respectively.

History[edit]

Tvillingderbyt in the 1950–51 Allsvenskan season.
Tvillingderbyt in the 2014 Allsvenskan season.

AIK started playing football in 1896, while Djurgårdens IF Fotboll started in 1899.[1] The first football match between them was played on 16 July 1899 at Svea Lifgardes IP and resulted in a 2–1 AIK win.[1]

Rivalry culture[edit]

The fixture between AIK and Djurgården is generally considered to be the most important derby in Sweden. It's a true archrivalry between Stockholm's two most successful clubs, with both teams having won a total of 11 Swedish Championships each, as well as 8 and 4 Swedish Cups respectively.

Both clubs were founded in 1891, just three weeks apart. Therefore, the derby is known as the Tvillingderbyt (Derby of the twins). This fixture is often listed among the fiercest derbies in the world. Since 1891, 231 fixtures have been contested in all competitions with 87 AIK wins and 82 Djurgården wins.

Both clubs have a large number of fans throughout Stockholm. There is somewhat of a geographical divide; Djurgården consider the Östermalm district, the eastern part of Stockholm City Centre, their heartland, while AIK has a strong concentration of fans in the northwest, roughly along the blue line of the Metro. (Both clubs also maintain a cross-town rivalry with Hammarby IF, whose stronghold is the Södermalm district, the southern part of the city centre.)

The AIK-Djurgården rivalry is also found in ice hockey which further strengthens the tension between both sets of fans and makes the rivalry somewhat unique for Swedish sports. They are the only two clubs in Sweden who have won more than one championship in both football and ice hockey. (AIK have won 11 in football and 7 in ice hockey; Djurgården have won 11 in Football and 16 in ice hockey.)

Matches[edit]

Matches Wins Draws Goals Home wins Home draws Away wins
AIK Djurgården AIK Djurgården AIK Djurgården AIK Djurgården AIK Djurgården
Allsvenskan 117 45 28 43 161 132 23 17 24 20 22 11
Mästerskapsserien 2 1 1 0 4 4 1 1 0 0 0 0
Fyrkantsserien 4 1 0 3 8 6 0 0 2 1 1 0
Svenska Serien 18 6 8 4 33 33 2 5 4 0 4 3
Stockholmsserien 1 5 1 4 0 3 17 1 2 0 0 0 2
Serien 3 0 3 0 2 9 0 2 0 0 0 1
Svenska Cupen 11 5 5 1 18 15 4 1 1 0 1 4
Svenska Mästerskapet 6 1 5 0 7 14 1 3 0 0 0 2
Svenska Mästerskapet qualifiers 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
Stockholms Idrottsförbunds Tävlingar 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Rosenska pokalen 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Allsvenskan promotion/relegation play-off 2 1 0 1 4 3 0 0 1 0 1 0
Total 170 63 54 53 242 234 35 31 32 21 28 23

A list of all football matches between the teams can be found in the AIK Statistics Database

Cup[edit]

Date Venue Matches Competition Attendance
Team 1 Score Team 2
16 July 1899 Svea Lifgardes IP AIK
2–1
Djurgården Stockholm Idrottsförbunds Tävlingar
1900 Lindarängen AIK
1–0
Djurgården Svenska Mästerskapet qualifiers
1900 Lindarängen AIK
2–0
Djurgården Rosenska Pokalen Semi final 2,500
25 September 1904 Idrottsparken Djurgården
3–2
AIK Svenska Mästerskapet
25 September 1909 Idrottsparken AIK
0–3
Djurgården Svenska Mästerskapet Second round
3 October 1915 Stockholms Stadion Djurgården
2–1
AIK Svenska Mästerskapet Semi final 4,000
22 October 1916 Stockholms Stadion AIK
3–1
Djurgården Svenska Mästerskapet Final 7,500
11 November 1917 Stockholms Stadion Djurgården
3–1
AIK Svenska Mästerskapet Final 7,256
18 August 1922 Unknown arena AIK
0–2
Djurgården Svenska Mästerskapet First round
13 July 1947 Råsunda AIK
3–2
Djurgården Svenska Cupen Quarter Final
3 July 1949 Råsunda AIK
6–1
Djurgården Svenska Cupen Quarter Final
7 April 1969 Unknown arena Djurgården
1–1
AIK Svenska Cupen Quarter Final
23 April 1969 Råsunda AIK
1–0
Djurgården Svenska Cupen Quarter Final Replay
11 May 1972 Råsunda AIK
2–3
Djurgården Svenska Cupen Quarter Final
26 July 1981 Råsunda AIK
0–3
Djurgården Svenska Cupen Last 32
19 August 1987 Råsunda Djurgården
0–3
AIK Svenska Cupen Quarter Final
20 April 1995 Råsunda AIK
1–0
Djurgården Svenska Cupen Quarter Final
8 August 2002 Råsunda AIK
0–1 gg
Djurgården Svenska Cupen Final
2 October 2003 Stockholms Stadion Djurgården
2–1 gg
AIK Svenska Cupen Quarter Final
18 March 2018 Friends Arena AIK
0–2
Djurgården Svenska Cupen Semi Final 21,200

Other[edit]

Date Venue Matches Competition Attendance
Team 1 Score Team 2
10 October 1982 Stockholms Stadion Djurgården
1–2
AIK Allsvenskan promotion/relegation play-off 11,713
16 October 1982 Råsunda AIK
2–2
Djurgården Allsvenskan promotion/relegation play-off 14,274
19 March 2008[2] Sporting Clube de Portugals, Alcochete, Portugal AIK
2–0
Djurgården Friendly 35

Records[edit]

Biggest wins (5+ goals)[edit]

Margin Result Date Event
6 AIK – Djurgårdens IF 0–6 1908 Stockholmsserien 1
Djurgårdens IF – AIK 0–6 2 June 1915 Svenska Serien
5 AIK – Djurgårdens IF 5–0 23 May 1947 Allsvenskan
AIK – Djurgårdens IF 6–1 3 July 1949 Svenska Cupen
AIK – Djurgårdens IF 5–0 2 September 1976 Allsvenskan

Longest runs[edit]

Most consecutive wins[edit]

Games Club Period
8 Djurgårdens IF 6 July 1902 – 16 August 1908
7 AIK 14 August 1936 – 13 July 1947
4 Djurgårdens IF 25 September 1909 – 29 September 1912

Most consecutive draws[edit]

Games Period
4 10 November 1918 – 2 June 1920
21 August 1957 – 10 June 1959
6 July 1988 – 31 August 1989

Most consecutive matches without a draw[edit]

Games Period
18 1899 – 14 September 1913
8 23 April 1969 – 11 May 1972
7 18 October 1914 – 29 October 1916
14 August 1936 – 13 July 1947

Longest undefeated runs[edit]

Games Club Period
15 AIK 10 August 1927 – 18 August 1950
12 Djurgårdens IF 17 May 1927 – 10 August 1957
11 AIK 8 May 2012 – 22 May 2017
8 AIK 6 July 1902 – 16 August 1908
Djurgårdens IF 10 November 1918 – 12 November 1922
AIK 22 May 1986 – 16 May 1990

Longest undefeated runs (league)[edit]

Games Club Period
13 AIK 10 August 1927 – 18 August 1950
13 AIK 8 May 2012 – 15 April 2018
12 Djurgårdens IF 17 May 1957 – 9 June 1965
11 AIK 17 May 1979 – 16 May 1990

Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal[edit]

Games Club Period
5 AIK 13 August 1986 – 11 May 1989
3 Djurgårdens IF 29 May 1906 – 12 June 1908
Djurgårdens IF 24 August 1967 – 4 September 1968
Djurgårdens IF 11 May 1978 – 17 May 1979
Djurgårdens IF 6 July 1988 – 11 May 1989

Most consecutive games scoring[edit]

Games Club Period
17 Djurgårdens IF 6 July 1902 – 18 October 1914
16 AIK 10 August 1927 – 22 May 1951
15 AIK 2 June 2003 – 3 October 2010

Most appearances[edit]

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Rank Player Nationality Club League Cup Total
1 Sven Lindman  Sweden Djurgården 25 0 25
2 Krister Nordin  Sweden Djurgården/AIK 21 2 23
3 Tommy Berggren  Sweden Djurgården 19 0 19
4 Björn Alkeby  Sweden Djurgården 18 0 18
4 Daniel Tjernström  Sweden AIK 16 2 18
4 Nils-Eric Johansson  Sweden AIK 16 0 16
6 Håkan Stenbäck  Sweden Djurgården 15 0 15
6 Gary Sundgren  Sweden AIK 14 1 15
9 Martin Åslund  Sweden Djurgården/AIK 11 3 14
9 Göran Göransson  Sweden AIK 12 2 14
9 Gösta Nilsson  Sweden AIK 14 0 14
12 Andreas Johansson  Sweden Djurgården 11 2 13
12 Mats Rubarth  Sweden AIK 11 2 13
12 Kjell Samuelsson  Sweden Djurgården 13 0 13
12 Daniel Sjölund  Finland Djurgården 12 1 13
12 Pa Dembo Touray  Gambia Djurgården 12 1 13

Goalscorers[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

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Rank Player Nationality Club League Cup Total
1 Yngve Leback  Sweden AIK 7 0 7
2 Leif Skiöld  Sweden AIK/Djurgården 5 0 5
3 Claes Cronqvist  Sweden Djurgården 3 1 4
3 Sven Dahlkvist  Sweden AIK 4 0 4
3 Mikael Martinsson  Sweden Djurgården 4 0 4
3 Hans Nilsson  Sweden Djurgården 4 0 4
3 Ingvar Olsson  Sweden AIK 4 0 4
3 Pascal Simpson  Sweden AIK 4 0 4
3 Jan-Erik Sjöberg  Sweden Djurgården 4 0 4
3 Håkan Stenbäck  Sweden Djurgården 4 0 4
  1. ^ First match between the two teams

Consecutive goalscoring[edit]

Rank Player Club Consecutive Matches Total Goals in the run Start End
1 Sweden Leif Skiöld AIK/Djurgården 3 3 1959 Allsvenskan (10th round) 1960 Allsvenskan (4th round)
Sweden Pascal Simpson AIK 3 3 1991 Mästerskapsserien (5th round) 1992 Allsvenskan (6th round)
Syria Louay Chanko Djurgården 3 3 2002 Allsvenskan (2nd round) 2002 Svenska Cupen (Final)

Shared player history[edit]

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Transfers[edit]

  1. ^ Returned to Djurgården in 2010 after having played for Halmstad, Twente, Borussia Mönchengladbach and Iraklis.

Played for both clubs[edit]

Played for one club, managed the other[edit]

Managed both clubs[edit]

Manager AIK career Djurgårdens IF career
Span G1 W D L Win % Span G1 W D L Win %
Sweden Hans Backe 1994–1995 52 18 17 17 034.6 1982–1984 70 38 20 12 054.3
Sweden Per Kaufeldt 1934–1940
1951–1956
1944–1950 124 59 15 50 047.6
Sweden Torsten Lindberg 1969–1970 1964–1966
England George Raynor 1948–1952 1960 3 0 1 2 000.0
Sweden Bo Petersson 1979–1980 1993
Sweden Tommy Söderberg 1991–1993 1986–1989 70 34 20 16 048.6
England Frank Soo 1958 1954–1955 22 14 5 3 063.6
Hungary Lajos Szendrődi 1960–1961 1957–1959 44 20 17 7 045.5

1 Only competitive matches are counted.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Cederquist, Jonas (2010). Stockholms fotbollshistoria 1880–2010 [History of Football in Stockholm 1880–2010] (in Swedish). Stockholmia förlag. ISBN 978-91-7031-222-9.
  2. ^ http://www.aik.se/fotboll/statistik/matches.php?id=3666