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1908 in Swedish football

The 1908 season in Swedish football, starting January 1908 and ending December 1908:

Contents

  • Honours 1
    • Official titles 1.1
    • Competitions 1.2
  • Promotions, relegations and qualifications 2
    • Promotions 2.1
    • Relegations 2.2
  • Domestic results 3
    • Stockholmsserien klass 1 1908 3.1
    • Stockholmsserien klass 2 1908 3.2
    • Göteborgsserien klass I 1908–09 3.3
    • Göteborgsserien klass II 1908–09 3.4
    • Svenska Mästerskapet 1908 3.5
    • Corinthian Bowl 1908 3.6
    • Kamratmästerskapen 1908 3.7
    • Wicanderska Välgörenhetsskölden 1908 3.8
  • National team results 4
  • National team players in season 1908 5
  • Notes 6
  • References 7

Honours

Official titles

Title Team Reason
Swedish Champions 1908 IFK Göteborg Winners of Svenska Mästerskapet

Competitions

Level Competition Team
Regional league Stockholmsserien klass 1 1908 AIK
Stockholmsserien klass 2 1908 Eriksdals IF
Göteborgsserien klass I 1908–09 Örgryte IS
Göteborgsserien klass II 1908–09 Holmens IS
Championship Cup Svenska Mästerskapet 1908 IFK Göteborg
Cup competition Corinthian Bowl 1908 Örgryte IS
Kamratmästerskapen 1908 IFK Stockholm
Wicanderska Välgörenhetsskölden 1908 AIK

Promotions, relegations and qualifications

Promotions

Promoted from Promoted to Team Reason[1]
Stockholmsserien klass 2 1908 Stockholmsserien klass 1 1909 Eriksdals IF Unknown
Unknown Stockholmsserien klass 2 1909 Stockholms IS Unknown
Göteborgsserien klass II 1908–09 Göteborgsserien klass I 1909 Holmens IS Unknown
Krokslätts IK Unknown

Relegations

Relegated from Relegated to Team Reason[1]
Stockholmsserien klass 1 1908 Stockholmsserien klass 2 1909 Östermalms IF Unknown
Stockholmsserien klass 2 1908 Unknown IK Spurt Unknown
IK Union Unknown
Göteborgsserien klass II 1908–09 Unknown Göteborgs FF No Göteborgsserien kl. II next season
Oscarsdals BK No Göteborgsserien kl. II next season
IK Wega No Göteborgsserien kl. II next season

Domestic results

Stockholmsserien klass 1 1908

[2] Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
=1 AIK 10 5 3 2 19 17 +2 13
=1 IFK Stockholm 10 5 3 2 17 5 +12 13
3 Mariebergs IK 10 4 3 3 12 7 +5 11
4 Djurgårdens IF 9 4 2 3 12 6 +6 10
5 IFK Uppsala 8 2 2 4 7 8 -1 6
6 Östermalms IF 9 0 3 6 3 27 -24 3
Title-deciding match
November 28, 1908
AIK 1–0 IFK Stockholm
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Stockholmsserien klass 2 1908

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Eriksdals IF 14 10 3 1 22 6 +16 23
1 IK Göta 14 8 4 2 15 9 +6 20
3[3] Westermalms IF 14 8 1 5 18 12 +6 17
4[3] Djurgårdens SK 14 7 3 4 28 15 +13 17
5 Södermalms IK 14 6 2 6 16 13 +3 14
6 Stockholms IF 14 5 2 7 7 16 -9 12
7 IK Union 14 2 2 10 9 23 -14 6
8 IK Spurt 14 1 1 12 6 27 -21 3

Göteborgsserien klass I 1908–09

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Örgryte IS 4 3 1 0 20 5 +15 7
2 IS Göterna 4 1 1 2 7 13 -6 3
3 IK Vikingen 4 1 0 3 5 14 -9 2

Göteborgsserien klass II 1908–09

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Holmens IS 8 5 2 1 21 18 +3 12
2 Krokslätts IK 8 5 1 2 16 10 +6 11
3 IK Wega 8 4 2 2 10 7 +3 10
4 Oscarsdals BK 8 0 4 4 17 24 -7 4
5 Göteborgs FF 8 0 3 5 7 12 -5 3

Svenska Mästerskapet 1908

Final
October 11, 1908
IFK Göteborg 4–3 IFK Uppsala

Corinthian Bowl 1908

Final

Kamratmästerskapen 1908

Final
October 18, 1908
IFK Stockholm 5–2 IFK Göteborg

Wicanderska Välgörenhetsskölden 1908

Final

National team results

July 12, 1908
Friendly
№ 1

Sweden  11–3  Norway
Gustafsson  14'79'
Börjesson  24'60'75'86'
E. Bergström  27'29'44'89'
Lindman  63'[4]
Bøhn  1'66'
Houmann  45'
Idrottsplatsen, Gothenburg
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Smith (England)

Sweden: Ove Eriksson - Theodor Malm, Nils Andersson - Sven Olsson, Hans Lindman, Thor Ericsson - Gustaf Bergström, Erik Bergström, Erik Börjesson, Karl Gustafsson, Karl Ansén.


September 8, 1908
Friendly
№ 2

Sweden  1–6 England (am.)[5]
Bergström  76' Purnell  30'70'
Berry  31'
Louch  41'44'
Hardman  74'
Walhalla IP, Gothenburg
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Gelbord (Sweden)

Sweden: Oskar Bengtsson - Åke Fjästad, Theodor Malm - Sven Olsson, Hans Lindman, Thor Ericsson - Sune Almkvist, Erik Bergström, Karl Gustafsson, Olof Ohlsson, Karl Ansén.


October 20, 1908
1908 Olympics 1st round
№ 3

Great Britain[6] 12–1  Sweden
Stapley  15'??'
Woodward  ??'??'
Berry  ??'
Chapman  ??'
Purnell  ??'66'??'??'
Hawkes  ??'??'
Bergström  65'
White City Stadium, London
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Ibbotson (England)

Sweden: Oskar Bengtsson - Åke Fjästad, Theodor Malm - Sven Olsson, Hans Lindman, Olof Ohlsson - Sune Almkvist, Gustaf Bergström, Karl Gustafsson, Sven Ohlsson, Karl Ansén.


October 23, 1908
1908 Olympics 3rd place match[7]
№ 4

Netherlands  2–0  Sweden
Reeman  6'
Snethlage  58'
White City Stadium, London
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Hargreaves Pearson (England)

Sweden: Oskar Bengtsson - Åke Fjästad, Nils Andersson - Sven Olsson, Hans Lindman, Valter Lidén - Arvid Fagrell, Gustaf Bergström, Olof Ohlsson, Karl Gustafsson, Karl Ansén.


October 25, 1908
Friendly
№ 5

Netherlands  5–3  Sweden
Snethlage  6'51'
Welcker  41'
Francken  49'
Thomée  73'
Gustafsson  8'28'
O. Ohlsson  21'
De Diepput, The Hague
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Brauburger (Belgium)

Sweden: Oskar Bengtsson - Åke Fjästad, Nils Andersson - Sven Olsson, Hans Lindman, Valter Lidén - Sune Almkvist, Gustaf Bergström, Olof Ohlsson, Karl Gustafsson, Karl Ansén.


October 26, 1908
Friendly
№ 6

Belgium  2–1  Sweden
Kevorkian  15'[8]
Goossens  17'[9]
Gustafsson  40'
Stade du Vivier d'Oie, Brussels
Attendance: 800
Referee: Barette (Belgium)

Sweden: Oskar Bengtsson - Åke Fjästad, Nils Andersson - Sven Olsson, Hans Lindman, Theodor Malm - Sune Almkvist, Gustaf Bergström, Sven Ohlsson, Karl Gustafsson, Karl Ansén.

National team players in season 1908

name pos. caps goals club
Sune "Bandykungen" Almkvist FW 4 0 IFK Uppsala
Nils Andersson DF 4 0 IFK Göteborg
Karl Ansén FW 6 0 AIK Solna
Oskar "Påsket" Bengtsson GK 5 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Erik "Backen" Bergström FW 2 5 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Gustaf (Gustav) "Foten" Bergström FW 5 1 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Erik "Börje" Börjesson FW 1 4 IFK Göteborg
Thor Ericsson MF 2 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Ove Eriksson (Erickson;Ericksson) GK 1 0 IFK Göteborg
Arvid Fagrell FW 1 0 IFK Göteborg
Åke "Tjall" Fjästad DF 5 0 IFK Stockholm
Karl "Köping" Gustafsson FW 6 5 IFK Köping
Valter Lidén MF 2 0 IFK Göteborg
Hans Lindman MF 6 1 IFK Uppsala
Theodor "Todde" Malm DF 4 0 AIK Solna
Olof Ohlsson FW 4 1 IFK Eskilstuna
Sven "Generalen" Ohlsson FW 2 0 Mariebergs IK Stockholm
Sven "Bleddy" Olsson MF 6 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg

Notes

  1. ^ a b There existed no regular promotion and relegation in the leagues at this time. Teams were excluded, relegated, admitted or promoted to a league on other bases than their finishing position the season before.
  2. ^ The league was abandoned, however the incomplete table is considered the final table. The following two matches were not played: IFK Uppsala against both Djurgårdens IF and Östermalms IF.
  3. ^ a b Unknown tie breaker.
  4. ^ Some sources attribute Hans Lindman's goal to Erik Börjesson or Karl Gustafsson.
  5. ^ a b The team was made up of players from the England amateur team, but the match is recorded in most sources as being played against the England national team.
  6. ^ a b The Great Britain team that represented Great Britain and Ireland at the 1908 Olympic football tournament was made up of only English players, predominantly from the England amateur team, but the match is recorded in most sources as being played against the England national team.
  7. ^ Sweden who had been eliminated in the 1st round replaced France A who had lost in the semi-finals but refused to play the third place match.
  8. ^ Belgian sources indicate that the goal was scored 30' and not 15'.
  9. ^ Belgian sources indicate that the goal was scored 31' and not 17'.

References

Print

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  • Jönsson, Ingemar (ed.); Josephson, Åke (ed.) (2004). IFK Göteborg 1904-2004: en hundraårig blåvit historia genom elva epoker. Göteborg: IFK Göteborg.  
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  • "Fakta och historik".  
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