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AIK
Allmanna Idrottsklubben Ishockey Logo.svg
Full nameAllmänna Idrottsklubben
Nickname(s)Gnaget (The Gnaw)
Short nameAIK
Founded15 February 1891;130 years ago (1891-02-15)
1896;125 years ago (1896) (football department)
Ground Friends Arena, Solna, Stockholm
Capacity50,622
ChairmanRobert Falck
Head coach Bartosz Grzelak
League Allsvenskan
2020 Allsvenskan, 9th
Website Club website
Soccerball current event.svg Current season

AIK Fotboll (LSE :  0DI2), more commonly known simply as AIK (Swedish pronunciation:  [ˈɑ̂ːiːˌkoː] ), an abbreviation for Allmänna Idrottsklubben (meaning the public or general sports club), is a Swedish football club competing in Allsvenskan, the top flight of Swedish football. The club was founded 1891 in Stockholm and the football department was formed in 1896. AIK's home ground is Friends Arena, located in Solna in central Stockholm County.

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League champions 2018, AIK has 12 championship titles and is third in the all-time Allsvenskan table. The club holds the record for having played the most seasons in the Swedish top flight. In addition, in this century AIK is the club that has finished top three in Allsvenskan the most times (11), and finished top three six times in a row (2013–2018). AIK is consequently the Swedish club that has qualified for UEFA club competitions the most times this century.

Affiliated with the Stockholm Football Association, [1] AIK is the only side from Stockholm to have qualified for the group stage of a UEFA competition; the club reached the quarter-finals of the 1996–97 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, qualified for the 1999–2000 UEFA Champions League group stage, and competed in the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League group stage.

History

Kit

The first shirt is black and the second shirt is white. Shorts are white or, on rare occasions, black. Socks are striped in black and yellow; second socks are all white. A yellow third jersey was used in 2004, an orange third jersey was used in 2007, a dark-blue third jersey was used in 2010 and a grey commemorative third jersey was used in 2016. A dark-blue first shirt was used for the 2017–2018 UEFA Europa League qualification campaign.

When Adidas was the kit provider, new kits were launched every even year. Nike, however, releases a new AIK kit every year, before the start of the new season.

Apart from the brand of their kit provider Nike, AIK has the logos of the following sponsors visible on their shirt and shorts: Notar, a real-estate agent; Stadium, a sporting-goods retail chain; German automakers Volkswagen; and league sponsors Svenska Spel, a government-owned gambling company (whose logo is on the right sleeve of the shirts of all Allsvenskan teams).

PeriodKit manufacturerShirt sponsor (chest)
1975–77 Flag of Germany.svg Adidas None
1978–80 Flag of Germany.svg Puma
1981 Flag of Denmark.svg Hummel Eldorado (grocery brand)
1982–84 Flag of England.svg Umbro BPA (technical installation)
1985–88 Flag of the United States.svg Nike BPA or Första Sparbanken (banking company)
1989–90 Flag of Germany.svg Puma Folksam (insurance company)
1991Folksam or Kombilott (lottery)
1992Folksam or Trippellott (lottery)
1995–96 Scandic (hotel chain)
1997 Hyundai (automaker)
1998–2016 Flag of Germany.svg Adidas Åbro (brewery)
2017Hjärt-Lungfonden (charity) [lower-alpha 1]
Åbro
2018– Flag of the United States.svg Nike [3] Notar (real-estate agent) [4]
  1. Åbro donated the space to Hjärt-Lungfonden (a charitable fundraising organization) the first 20 games of the season. [2]

Stadium

Since the 2013 season, AIK play their home games at the Nationalarenan (known for sponsorship reasons as Friends Arena until 2023), which also houses the Swedish national football team. The decision which arena would replace Råsunda, the club's home up until the 2012 season, was made by a vote of the club's members, held in 2011, which resulted in a large majority favoring Nationalarenan over Tele2 Arena.[ citation needed ]

Nationalarenan for fotboll Friendsarena.jpg
Nationalarenan för fotboll

Support

Rivalries

AIK's main rival is Djurgården, also formed in 1891 in Stockholm, just three weeks after AIK. Widely considered the fiercest rivalry in Swedish – and arguably also Nordic – football, [5] the fixture between the clubs is known as Tvillingderbyt (the Twin derby). AIK also maintains a strong animosity towards the third major Stockholm side Hammarby. The club's biggest rival outside the Stockholm urban area is IFK Göteborg, followed by Malmö FF.

Attendances

In 2006 AIK had an average attendance of over 21,000, the highest in Sweden [6] [7] In 2007 AIK had an average attendance of over 20,000. AIK have had the highest average attendance 39 times,[ citation needed ] more than any other club in Sweden. AIK finished the 2013 season with an average attendance of 18,900, the highest number in Scandinavia. [8] That was also the first season with the new arena. In 2018, AIK broke the record for most sold tickets in an Allsvenskan game in the derby against Hammarby two weeks before the game was played. [9]

Club culture

The club's entrance music and hymn is "Å vi e AIK" (meaning "Oh we are AIK"), a Swedish-lyric version (written in the 1980s) of a 1971 song, "The Last Farewell", originally performed by its co-writer, the British-Kenyan folk singer Roger Whittaker. The recording that has been used as AIK's entrance music since the mid 00s was released in 2002, an arrangement somewhat closer to Elvis Presley's 1976 cover of the song.

Players

First-team squad

As of 29 March 2021 [10]

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
3 DF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Per Karlsson
4 DF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Sotirios Papagiannopoulos
5 DF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Alexander Milošević
6 DF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Jetmir Haliti
7 MF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Sebastian Larsson ( vice-captain )
8 MF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Bilal Hussein
9 FW Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG Nicolás Stefanelli
10 MF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Nabil Bahoui
11 FW Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Stefan Silva
12 DF Flag of Lebanon.svg  LBN Felix Michel Melki
14 DF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Lucas Forsberg
17 MF Flag of Ghana.svg  GHA Ebenezer Ofori
No.Pos.NationPlayer
19 MF Flag of Finland.svg  FIN Saku Ylätupa
21 FW Flag of Serbia.svg  SRB Bojan Radulović
22 MF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Filip Rogić
23 GK Flag of Serbia.svg  SRB Budimir Janošević
25 DF Flag of Kenya.svg  KEN Eric Ouma
29 DF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Eric Kahl
31 GK Flag of Denmark.svg  DEN Jakob Haugaard
32 MF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Tom Strannegård
33 DF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Mikael Lustig
34 FW Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Erik Ring
36 FW Flag of Eritrea.svg  ERI Henok Goitom ( captain )

Retired numbers

1 – Fans of the club [11]

Out on loan

As of 30 March 2021

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
14 FW Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Paulos Abraham (to FC Groningen until 30 June 2021)
35 GK Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Samuel Brolin(to Mjällby AIF until 31 December 2021)
16 DF Flag of Finland.svg  FIN Robin Tihi (to AFC Eskilstuna until 31 December 2021)

Notable past players

Non-playing personnel

Backroom staff

PositionName
Managing Director Flag of Sweden.svg Björn Wesström
Assistant Managing Director Flag of Sweden.svg Håkan Strandlund
Director of Sports Flag of Sweden.svg Henrik Jurelius
Head Scout Flag of Sweden.svg Tobias Ackerman

Coaching staff

PositionStaff
Head Coach Flag of Sweden.svg Bartosz Grzelak
Assistant Coach Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Janmyr
Assistant Coach Flag of Ireland.svg Sean O'Shea
Goalkeeping Coach Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Kyriakos Stamatopoulos
Fitness Coach Flag of England.svg Michael Lawson

Medical staff

PositionStaff
Physiotherapist Flag of Sweden.svg Stefan Tanda
Naprapath Flag of Sweden.svg Luis Oyarzo

Other

PositionStaff
Data Analyst Flag of Sweden.svg Lukas Arndt
Equipment Manager Flag of Sweden.svg Håkan Sjöberg
Co-ordinator Flag of Sweden.svg Thomas Thudin

Coaching history

Honours

League

Cups

International

AIK in Europe

European games

SeasonCompetitionRoundCountryClubHomeAwayAgg.Notes
1964–65 International Football Cup Group C2 Flag of France.svg Angers 4–11–3Placed 2nd
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Sarajevo 2–00–2
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Slovnaft Bratislava 3–21–7
1965–66 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup First round Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Bruxelles 0–03–13–1
Second round Flag of Switzerland.svg Servette 2–11–43–5
1966–67 International Football Cup Group B3 Flag of East Germany.svg Carl Zeiss Jena 0–01–4Placed 4th
Flag of Germany.svg Eintracht Braunschweig 3–10–1
Flag of Poland.svg Górnik Zabrze 1–12–3
1967 International Football Cup Group B6 Flag of Denmark.svg AGF 1–02–1Placed 3rd
Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Dresden 1–42–1
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Košice 1–10–4
1968–69 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup First round Flag of Norway.svg Skeid 2–11–13–2
Second round Flag of Germany.svg Hannover 96 4–22–56–7
1970 International Football Cup Group B3 Flag of Switzerland.svg Lausanne Sports 1–12–2Placed 3rd
Flag of France.svg Marseille 2–22–6
Flag of Poland.svg Zagłębie Sosnowiec 2–11–2
1973 International Football Cup Group 2 Flag of Germany.svg Duisburg 3–11–1Placed 3rd
Flag of the Netherlands.svg PSV 0–10–3
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Slovan Bratislava 1–10–0
1973–74 UEFA Cup First round Flag of Denmark.svg B 1903 1–11–22–3
1974 International Football Cup Group 6 Flag of Austria.svg Linz 3–21–6Placed 4th
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Spartak Trnava 0–11–2
Flag of Poland.svg Wisła Kraków 0–30–1
1975 International Football Cup Group 5 Flag of Germany.svg Tennis Borussia Berlin 2–33–1Placed 4th
Flag of Poland.svg Polonia Bytom 0–21–5
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Zbrojovka Brno 1–20–2
1975–76 UEFA Cup First round Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Spartak Moscow 1–10–11–2
1976 International Football Cup Group 4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Baník Ostrava 0–10–2Placed 4th
Flag of Germany.svg Eintracht Braunschweig 1–31–2
Flag of Austria.svg Tirol Innsbruck 3–31–3
1976–77 European Cup Winners' Cup First round Flag of Turkey.svg Galatasaray 1–21–12–3
1984 International Football Cup Group 5 Flag of Poland.svg Górnik Zabrze 2–30–1Placed 1st
Flag of East Germany.svg Magdeburg 2–02–0
Flag of Germany.svg Nürnberg 8–22–1
1984–85 UEFA Cup First round Flag of Scotland.svg Dundee United 1–00–31–3
1985 International Football Cup Group 4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Bohemians Praha 2–11–1Placed 1st
Flag of Switzerland.svg St. Gallen 0–16–1
Flag of Hungary.svg Videoton 3–00–1
1985–86 European Cup Winners' Cup First round Flag of Luxembourg.svg Red Boys Differdange 8–05–013–0
Second round Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Prague 2–20–12–3
1987 International Football Cup Group 6 Flag of Poland.svg Lech Poznań 4–10–0Placed 1st
Flag of Denmark.svg Lyngby 3–12–0
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Plastika Nitra 0–00–1
1987–88 UEFA Cup First round Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Vítkovice 0–21–11–3
1993–94 UEFA Champions League First round Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Sparta Prague 1–00–21–2
1994 International Football Cup Group 3 Flag of Germany.svg Bayer Leverkusen 3–2Placed 1st
Flag of Switzerland.svg Lausanne Sports 2–1
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Sparta Rotterdam 2–2
Flag of Austria.svg Tirol Innsbruck 2–0
1994–95 UEFA Cup Prel. round Flag of Lithuania (1988-2004).svg Mažeikiai 2–02–04–0
First round Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Slavia Prague 0–02–22–2Away goal
Second round Flag of Italy.svg Parma 0–10–20–3
1996–97 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup First round Flag of Iceland.svg KR 1–11–02–1
Second round Flag of France.svg Nîmes Olympique 0–13–13–2
Quarter-final Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona 1–11–32–4
1997–98 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup First round Flag of Slovenia.svg Primorje 0–11–11–2
1999–00 UEFA Champions League Second round Flag of Belarus.svg Dnepr-Transmash Mogilev 2–01–03–0
Third round Flag of Greece.svg AEK Athens 1–00–01–0
Group B Flag of England.svg Arsenal 2–31–3Placed 4th
Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona 1–20–5
Flag of Italy.svg Fiorentina 0–00–3
2000–01 UEFA Cup Qual. round Flag of Belarus.svg Gomel 1–02–03–0
First round Flag of Denmark.svg Herfølge 0–11–11–2
2001 UEFA Intertoto Cup First round Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Carmarthen Town 3–00–03–0
Second round Flag of Denmark.svg OB 2–02–24–2
Third round Flag of France.svg Troyes 1–21–22–4
2002–03 UEFA Cup Qual. round Flag of Iceland.svg ÍBV 2–03–15–1
First round Flag of Turkey.svg Fenerbahçe 3–31–34–6
2003–04 UEFA Cup Qual. round Flag of Iceland.svg Fylkir 1–00–01–0
First round Flag of Spain.svg Valencia 0–10–10–2
2007–08 UEFA Cup First qual. round Ulster Banner.svg Glentoran 4–05–09–0
Second qual. round Flag of Latvia.svg Liepājas Metalurgs 2–02–34–3
First round Flag of Israel.svg Hapoel Tel Aviv 0–10–00–1
2010–11 UEFA Champions League Second qual. round Flag of Luxembourg.svg Jeunesse Esch 1–00–01–0
Third qual. round Flag of Norway.svg Rosenborg 0–10–30–4
2010–11 UEFA Europa League Play-off round Flag of Bulgaria.svg Levski Sofia 0–01–21–2
2012–13 UEFA Europa League Second qual. round Flag of Iceland.svg FH 1–11–02–1
Third qual. round Flag of Poland.svg Lech Poznań 3–00–13–1
Play-off round Flag of Russia.svg CSKA 0–12–02–1
Group F Flag of Ukraine.svg Dnipro 2–30–4Placed 4th
Flag of Italy.svg Napoli 1–20–4
Flag of the Netherlands.svg PSV 1–01–1
2014–15 UEFA Europa League Second qual. round Ulster Banner.svg Linfield 2–00–12–1
Third qual. round Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Astana 0–31–11–4
2015–16 UEFA Europa League First qual. round Flag of Finland.svg VPS 4–02–26–2
Second qual. round Flag of Armenia.svg Shirak 2–02–04–0
Third qual. round Flag of Greece.svg Atromitos 1–30–11–4
2016–17 UEFA Europa League First qual. round Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Bala Town 2–02–04–0
Second qual. round Flag of Gibraltar.svg Europa FC 1–01–02–0
Third qual. round Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos 0–10–20–3
2017–18 UEFA Europa League First qual. round Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg 0–05–05–0
Second qual. round Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Željezničar 2–00–02–0
Third qual. round Flag of Portugal.svg Braga 1–11–2 ( a.e.t. )2–3
2018–19 UEFA Europa League First qual. round Flag of Ireland.svg Shamrock Rovers 1–11–02–1
Second qual. round Flag of Denmark.svg Nordsjælland 0–10–10–2
2019–20 UEFA Champions League First qual. round Flag of Armenia.svg Ararat-Armenia 3–11–24–3
Second qual. round Flag of Slovenia.svg Maribor 3−2 ( a.e.t. )1–24−4 (a)
UEFA Europa League Third qual. round Flag of Moldova.svg Sheriff 1–12–13–2
Play-off round Flag of Scotland.svg Celtic 1–40–21–6

UEFA Team rank

The following list ranks the current position of AIK in UEFA ranking:

RankTeamPoints
194 Flag of Albania.svg FK Kukësi 6.000
195 Flag of Romania.svg CS Universitatea Craiova 6.000
196 Flag of Malta.svg Valletta F.C. 6.000
197 Flag of Belarus.svg FC Dinamo Minsk 6.000
198 Flag of Sweden.svg AIK6.000
199 Flag of Latvia.svg FK Ventspils 5.750
200 Flag of Gibraltar.svg Lincoln Red Imps 5.750
201 Flag of Denmark.svg SønderjyskE Fodbold 5.575
202 Flag of Denmark.svg Aarhus Gymnastikforening 5.575

As of 25 March 2021.

Footnotes

  1. The title of "Swedish Champions" has been awarded to the winner of four different competitions over the years. Between 1896 and 1925 the title was awarded to the winner of Svenska Mästerskapet, a stand-alone cup tournament. No club were given the title between 1926 and 1930 even though the first-tier league Allsvenskan was played. In 1931 the title was reinstated and awarded to the winner of Allsvenskan. Between 1982 and 1990 a play-off in cup format was held at the end of the league season to decide the champions. After the play-off format in 1991 and 1992 the title was decided by the winner of Mästerskapsserien, an additional league after the end of Allsvenskan. Since the 1993 season the title has once again been awarded to the winner of Allsvenskan. [12]

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