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Håkan Svensson

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Name  Hakan Svensson
Place of birth  Halmstad, Sweden
Role  Football player

Playing position  Goalkeeper
Height  1.87 m
-1990  Rydobruks IF
Position  Goalkeeper
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Full name  Alf Tommy Hakan Svensson
Current team  Falkenbergs FF (Ass. Manager)

Date of birth  1.94 m (6 ft 4 ⁄2 in)

Håkan Svensson testkör.

Håkan Svensson (born 20 January 1970 in Halmstad) is a former professional football goalkeeper, who currently is assistant manager at Landskrona BoIS.



Svensson represented Halmstads BK between 1990–2002, winning the league twice in 1997 and 2000 and the cup in 1995, in 2003 he moved to rival team AIK claiming he wanted to win titles. This failed and his contract was ended in 2004 after some disagreements with the club. In early 2005 he signed a 6-month contract with Paralimni FC from Cyprus, later in 2005 he returned to Sweden as a back-up goalkeeper for IF Elfsborg. He also represented BK Häcken and Malmö FF in 2006. He retired as a player at the end of Allsvenskan in 2007. In late 2007 he signed a contract as assistant manager for Falkenbergs FF in Superettan.

National team

Svensson played for Sweden in Tommy Söderberg's first game as manager, in which Sweden lost to Spain 0-4.


Halmstads BK:

  • Allsvenskan:
  • Champion (2): 1997, 2000
  • Svenska Cupen:
  • Winners (1): 1995
  • Individual:

  • Swedish goalkeeper of the year: 2000
  • Longest time without conceding a goal in Allsvenskan: 808 minutes
  • References

    Håkan Svensson Wikipedia

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