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AIK Fotboll (women)

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Ground Capacity  1,300
Manager  Mattias Eriksson
Founded  1970
Chairman  Johan Strömberg
League  Elitettan
Grounds  Skytteholms IP, Stockholm
AIK Fotboll (women) httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu
Full name  Allmänna Idrottsklubben Fotboll Damer
2012  Damallsvenskan, 12th (relegated)

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AIK Fotboll Damer is a Swedish women's association football club from Stockholm, currently competing in the Elitettan. The team, a section of AIK, is affiliated to the Stockholms Fotbollförbund and plays in the Skytteholms IP in Solna, Stockholm.


Founded in 1970, AIK first earned promotion to the Damallsvenskan in 1992, and avoided relegation for two seasons before ending second to last in 1995. A decade passed before the team was back for the 2005 season. AIK was promptly relegated but earned its third promotion the next year. The following years marked the team's major successes yet, with AIK reaching the national Cup's final in 2007, which they lost 4–3 against Umeå IK, and ending 4th in 2008. After four years in top flight AIK was relegated in 2010 but recovered the category for the 2012 season after topping the Swedish First Division's Norrettan Group. They were relegated to the Norrettan after the 2012 season after finishing in last position.

Current squad

As of 12 September 2015

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

Former players

For details of current and former players, see Category:AIK Fotboll (women) players.


In recent seasons AIK Fotboll Dam have had the following average attendances:


  • Victory, Stockholmsserien klass 1: 15–0 vs. KFUM Söder (14 October 1973)
  • Loss, Division 1, Norra: 0–13 vs. Djurgårdens IF (7 May 1996)
  • Most appearances: 378, Marie Nyberg
  • Most goals scored: 89, Ulla-Riita Kaasinen
  • References

    AIK Fotboll (women) Wikipedia

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