Tobias Holmberg (born 11 May 1987) is a Swedish Bandy player who currently plays for Västerås SK as a midfielder. Tobias is a youth product of Västerås SK where he has remained through his career so far. Tobias made his first team debut in the 2003-2004 season. Tobias was a member of the Sweden U19 World Championship team and scored seven goals in the tournament.
Västerås is a city in central Sweden on the shore of Lake Mälaren in the province of Västmanland, 100 kilometres west of Stockholm. The city had a population of 127,799 at the end of 2019, out of the municipal total of 154,049. Västerås is the seat of Västerås Municipality, the capital of Västmanland County and an episcopal see.
Västerås SK is a Swedish football club based in Västerås. The club was formed on 29 January 1904.
Arosvallen is a multi-use stadium in Västerås, Sweden. It is mostly used for soccer, though it is also the home stadium for the Division 1 American football team Västerås Roedeers.
Västerås SK Bandy is the men's bandy side of the Swedish sports club Västerås SK, located in Västerås. The senior side currently plays in the Swedish Elitserien, the top division of Swedish bandy.
Per "Pelle" Fosshaug is a Swedish bandy manager and former bandy player. Fosshaug played in midfield for many clubs in Sweden, as well as for the Sweden national bandy team, for which he made a record 129 appearances between 1994 and 2005.
Hans Elis "Hasse" Johansson is a former bandy player from Sweden and current coach of the Chinese national team.
Michael Carlsson is a Swedish bandy manager and former player (forward) and who currently manages Västerås SK. Carlsson was a youth product of Västerås SK and was spotted where he has stayed for his career apart from one year when he played in Russia for Vodnik. Carlsson has played for the Swedish national bandy team. In April 2019, he was appointed coach for the Swedish men's national team.
Mattias Rydberg is a Swedish Bandy player who currently plays for Västerås SK as a forward. Mattias was a youth product of Västerås SK and made his first team debut in the 2003/04 season. Mattias played for the Sweden U19 squad during the 2003/04 season.
Victor Engström was a Swedish bandy player who played for Västerås SK as a midfielder or forward. Engström was a youth product of Västerås SK and made his first team debut in the 2006–07 season. Engström also played for the Sweden U19 team that won the U19 Nordic Under-19 Bandy Championship 2007, where he scored one goal against Finland. On 1 July 2013, Engström died of liver cancer, 24 years old.
Skiljebo SK is a Swedish football club located in Västerås.
Peter Markstedt is a Swedish businessman, football manager and former footballer who played as a centre-back and also as a striker.
Niklas Backman is a Swedish footballer who plays for the Danish Superliga side AGF.
Division 2 is the fourth level in the league system of Swedish women's football and comprises 9 sections with 10 football teams in each.
Marcus Andreas Danielson is a Swedish professional footballer who plays as a defender for Dalian Professional of the Chinese Super League and the Sweden national team.
Bandy World Cup Women is a yearly bandy competition for the best women's club teams from around the world. It was named to correspond to the Bandy World Cup for men's club teams.
Svenska Cupen, Svenska Cupen i bandy, is a knockout cup competition in Swedish bandy and the main bandy cup only open for domestic Swedish teams.
The 2014–15 Svenska Cupen was the 59th season of Svenska Cupen and the third season with the current format. The winners of the competition earned a place in the second qualifying round of the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League. If they had already qualified for European competition, in which case the qualification spot will go to fourth placed team of the 2014 Allsvenskan.
Västerås SK BK Dam is the women's bandy side of the Swedish sports club Västerås SK, located in Västerås. The senior side currently plays in the Swedish Allsvenskan, the top-tier league of Swedish women's bandy, and has done so for a number of years. The club was the runner-up for the Swedish Championship in 2017.
Västerås HF was a Swedish handball club based in Västerås. The club was founded in 1934. In 1942–43, the club made its debut in both the top division, Allsvenskan, and Svenska mästerskapet (SM), the tournament held to determine the Swedish champions. They finished fifth in the league, and reached the SM final, where they were defeated by Majornas IK. In the following season they reached the semifinals in SM, but were again defeated by Majornas IK. They reached the SM quarterfinals in 1945–46, 1946–47 and 1947–48. In 1947–48 they were also relegated from the top division and never returned. They reached the semifinals in SM in 1949–50, where they lost against Örebro SK. Västerås HF reached the SM quarterfinals in 1950–51 and 1951–52, after which the tournament was discontinued and the Swedish champions were determined by the league.
The 2020–21 Svenska Cupen is the 65th season of the Svenska Cupen and the ninth season with the current format. The winners of the competition will secure a spot in the second qualifying round of the 2021–22 UEFA Europa Conference League, unless they had already qualified for European competition in the 2020–21 season, in which case the qualification spot will go to fourth-placed team of the 2020 Allsvenskan. A total of 96 clubs will enter the competition, 64 teams from district sites and 32 from the Allsvenskan and the Superettan.