Vetlanda BK

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Vetlanda BK
Founded 1945
Based in Vetlanda, Sweden
Arena Sapa Arena
Head coach Tommy Österberg
National championships 3 (1986, 1991, 1992)
World Cup champions 2 (1988, 1993)

Vetlanda BK, founded in 1945, is a bandy club in Vetlanda, Sweden.

The home arena is called Sapa Arena. The team colour is yellow. Vetlanda BK has won the Swedish bandy championship three times, 1986, 1991 and 1992[1] and European Cup once, 1991.

Squad[edit]

As of 12 March 2015 [2]
No. Position Player
1 Sweden GK Jonas Persson
3 Sweden DF Pontus Sjölund
4 Sweden MF Hampus Karlberg
5 Sweden MF Pontus Blomberg
7 Sweden MF Daniel Johansson
8 Sweden FW Joakim Andersson
9 Sweden DF Philip Lennartsson
13 Sweden DF Viktor Törner
16 Sweden MF Erik Ivarsson
17 Sweden MF Filip Bringe
21 Russia MF Anatoly Suzdalev
No. Position Player
22 Sweden FW Christian Mickelsson
23 Sweden MF Johan Löfstedt
24 Sweden FW Pontus Vilén
25 Sweden DF Sebastian Ytterell
30 Sweden GK Oscar Löfqvist
39 Sweden MF Martin Landström
42 Sweden DF Jesper Hvornum
43 Sweden MF Robin Folkesson
51 Finland MF Tomi Hauska
54 Sweden GK Philip Svensk
69 Sweden FW Andreas Lysell

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SM-finaler genom åren" (in Swedish). Swedish Bandy Association. Retrieved 16 December 2014. 
  2. ^ http://www.laget.se/vebk/Team/vbka/Troop

External links[edit]

Official club website:[1] Sapa Arena:[2] Bandysidan:[3]