Tingsryds AIF

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Tingsryds AIF
Tingsryds AIF logo.svg
City Tingsryd, Sweden
League HockeyAllsvenskan
Founded1923 (1923)
Home arena Nelson Garden Arena
ColorsGreen, white
  
Website taif.nu

Tingsryds AIF (sometimes abbreviated TAIF) is an ice hockey club based in Tingsryd, Sweden. The club is playing in HockeyAllsvenskan, the second tier of ice hockey in Sweden (as of the 2015–16 season ). The club was founded in 1923 and played seven seasons in Division I when it was Sweden's highest-level hockey league.

Tingsryd plays their home matches at Nelson Garden Arena (formerly known as Dackehallen), which has a capacity of 3,400 spectators.

Recent seasons

YearLevelDivisionRecordAvg.
home
atnd.
Notes
PositionW-T-L
W-OT-L
2008–09 Tier 3 Division 1F 1st17–5–0–51,396
Allettan Södra 1st9–4–0–11,796
Division 1 playoffs 2–02,651
2009 HockeyAllsvenskan qualifier 2nd6–1–0–32,801
2009–10 Tier 3 Division 1F 1st23–2–2–01,872
Allettan Södra 1st10–0–2–22,197
Division 1 playoffs 2–12,795
2010 HockeyAllsvenskan qualifier 2nd7–0–0–33,004Increase2.svg Promoted to HockeyAllsvenskan
2010–11 Tier 2 HockeyAllsvenskan 14th10–7–5–302,346
2011 HockeyAllsvenskan qualifier 2nd5–1–2–22,320
2011–12 Tier 2 HockeyAllsvenskan 12th15–4–5–282,137
2012–13 Tier 2 HockeyAllsvenskan 13th14–4–6–282,092
2013 HockeyAllsvenskan qualifier 3rd4–1–3–21,960Decrease2.svg Relegated to Division 1
2013–14 Tier 3 Division 1F TBDTBDTBD

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