Sweden national under-21 speedway team

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Sweden
Flag of Sweden.svg
AssociationSvenska Motorcykel- och Snöskoterförbundet
FIM codeSVEMO
Team managerDaniel Nelson
Nation colourRed and White
World Championships
Team U-21 22
 Best result2nd (2005 and 2006)
Individual U-21 463
 Best result1st - last one in 2000 (Andreas Jonsson)

The Sweden national under-21 speedway team is the national under-21 motorcycle speedway team of Sweden and is controlled by the SVEMO. The team started in Under-21 World Cup in all editions and won four medals: two silver (2005 and 2006) and two bronze (2008 and 2009). Denmark has produced three Under-21 World Champions: Peter Nahlin (1988), Mikael Karlsson (1994) and Andreas Jonsson (2000). In 1985 Per Jonsson has won Individual U-21 European Championship open for riders from all continents.

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Competition

Team Speedway Junior World Championship
YearPlacePts.Riders
2005 Silver medal icon.svg 35 Antonio Lindbäck (11), Fredrik Lindgren (9), Eric Andersson (8), Jonas Davidsson (7)
In Qualifying Round started also: Sebastian Aldén
2006 Silver medal icon.svg 27 Fredrik Lindgren (15), Thomas H. Jonasson (8), Sebastian Aldén (4), Robert Pettersson (0), Ricky Kling (0)
In Qualifying Round started also: Antonio Lindbäck
2007 3rd place in Qualifying Round Two
Billy Forsberg, Simon Gustafsson, Robin Törnqvist, Ricky Kling, Thomas H. Jonasson
2008 Bronze medal icon.svg 38 Kim Nilsson (9), Simon Gustafsson (8), Ricky Kling (8), Billy Forsberg (8), Ludvig Lindgren (5)
In Qualifying Round started also: Thomas H. Jonasson
2009 Bronze medal icon.svg 32 Thomas H. Jonasson (11), Simon Gustafsson (6), Kim Nilsson (6), Linus Eklöf (5), Ludvig Lindgren (4)
In Qualifying Round started also: Jonas Messing

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