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1936–37 in Swedish football

The 1936-37 season in Swedish football, starting August 1936 and ending July 1937:

Contents

  • Honours 1
    • Official titles 1.1
    • Competitions 1.2
  • Promotions, relegations and qualifications 2
    • Promotions 2.1
    • League transfers 2.2
    • Relegations 2.3
  • Domestic results 3
    • Allsvenskan 1936–37 3.1
    • Allsvenskan promotion play-off 1936–37 3.2
    • Division 2 Norra 1936–37 3.3
    • Division 2 Östra 1936–37 3.4
    • Division 2 Västra 1936–37 3.5
    • Division 2 Södra 1936–37 3.6
    • Division 2 promotion play-off 1936–37 3.7
    • Norrländska Mästerskapet 1937 3.8
  • National team results 4
  • National team players in season 1936/37 5
  • Notes 6
  • References 7

Honours

Official titles

Title Team Reason
1936–37 Swedish Champions AIK Winners of Allsvenskan

Competitions

Level Competition Team
1st level Allsvenskan 1936–37 AIK
2nd level Division 2 Norra 1936–37 IK Brage
Division 2 Östra 1936–37 Hammarby IF
Division 2 Västra 1936–37 Degerfors IF
Division 2 Södra 1936–37 Helsingborgs IF
Regional Championship Norrländska Mästerskapet[1] 1937 Bodens BK

Promotions, relegations and qualifications

Promotions

Promoted from Promoted to Team Reason
Division 2 Norra 1936–37 Allsvenskan 1937–38 IK Brage Winners of promotion play-off
Division 2 Södra 1936–37 Helsingborgs IF Winners of promotion play-off
Division 3 1936–37 Division 2 Norra 1937–38 Sundbybergs IK Winners of Östsvenska
Skutskärs IF Winners of promotion play-off
Division 3 1936–37 Division 2 Östra 1937–38 Katrineholms AIK Winners of Mellansvenska
Motala AIF Winners of Södra Mellansvenska
Division 3 1936–37 Division 2 Västra 1937–38 Arvika BK Winners of Nordvästra
Division 3 1936–37 Division 2 Södra 1937–38 IFK Trelleborg Winners of Sydsvenska
IFK Värnamo Winners of Sydöstra
Varbergs BoIS Winners of promotion play-off

League transfers

Transferred from Transferred to Team Reason
Division 2 Östra 1936–37 Division 2 Norra 1937–38 Hammarby IF Geographical composition
Reymersholms IK Geographical composition
Värtans IK Geographical composition
Division 2 Norra 1936–37 Division 2 Östra 1937–38 Hallstahammars SK Geographical composition
Surahammars IF Geographical composition
IFK Västerås Geographical composition
Division 2 Östra 1936–37 Division 2 Västra 1937–38 IK Tord Geographical composition

Relegations

Relegated from Relegated to Team Reason
Allsvenskan 1936–37 Division 2 Norra 1937–38 Djurgårdens IF 11th team
Division 2 Östra 1937–38 IFK Norrköping 12th team
Division 2 Norra 1936–37 Division 3 1937–38 IF Rune 9th team
Fagersta AIK 10th team
Division 2 Östra 1936–37 Division 3 1937–38 Husqvarna IF 9th team
Årsta SK 10th team
Division 2 Västra 1936–37 Division 3 1937–38 IFK Örebro 9th team
IFK Kristinehamn 10th team
Division 2 Södra 1936–37 Division 3 1937–38 Ängelholms IF 9th team
Växjö BK 10th team

Domestic results

Allsvenskan 1936–37

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 AIK 22 17 2 3 59 24 +35 36
2 IK Sleipner 22 12 3 7 45 41 +4 27
3[2] Örgryte IS 22 10 5 7 45 32 +13 25
4[2] Sandvikens IF 22 12 1 9 46 34 +12 25
5 IF Elfsborg 22 10 4 8 41 33 +8 24
6[2] Malmö FF 22 9 3 10 39 45 -6 21
7[2] IFK Göteborg 22 8 5 9 34 40 -6 21
8[2] GAIS 22 9 3 10 27 36 -9 21
9 Landskrona BoIS 22 9 1 12 33 42 -9 19
10 Gårda BK 22 6 6 10 30 44 -14 18
11 Djurgårdens IF 22 6 2 14 39 52 -13 14
12 IFK Norrköping 22 5 3 14 31 46 -15 13

Allsvenskan promotion play-off 1936–37

June 6, 1937
IK Brage 2–0 Hammarby IF
June 11, 1937
Hammarby IF 2–5 IK Brage

June 6, 1937
Helsingborgs IF 4–1 Degerfors IF
?, Helsingborg
June 13, 1937
Degerfors IF 1–3 Helsingborgs IF

Division 2 Norra 1936–37

Norra
Östra
Västra
Södra
[1] Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 IK Brage 18 16 1 1 70 21 +49 33
2[2] Ljusne AIK 18 8 5 5 25 20 +5 21
3[2] Gefle IF 18 8 5 5 35 31 +4 21
4 IFK Västerås 18 7 6 5 41 36 +5 20
5 Hallstahammars SK 18 8 3 7 42 29 +13 19
6[2] IFK Grängesberg 18 7 4 7 39 37 +2 18
7[2] Surahammars IF 18 6 6 6 35 34 +1 18
8 Bollnäs GIF 18 5 7 6 25 28 -3 16
9 IF Rune 18 2 3 13 26 62 -36 7
10 Fagersta AIK 18 2 2 14 22 65 -43 6

Division 2 Östra 1936–37

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Hammarby IF 18 9 7 2 33 21 +12 25
2 IK Tord 18 8 5 5 42 33 +9 21
3[2] BK Derby 18 7 6 5 37 23 +14 20
4[2] Skärblacka IF 18 8 4 6 36 31 +5 20
5[2] Reymersholms IK 18 9 2 7 39 35 +4 20
6[2] IFK Eskilstuna 18 7 3 8 46 33 +13 17
7[2] Värtans IK 18 6 5 7 20 24 -4 17
8 Mjölby AI 18 6 4 8 32 40 -8 16
9 Husqvarna IF 18 4 5 9 25 42 -17 13
10 Årsta SK 18 3 5 10 21 49 -28 11

Division 2 Västra 1936–37

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Degerfors IF 18 14 2 2 62 29 +33 30
2 Karlskoga IF 18 12 2 4 46 20 +26 26
3 Alingsås IF 18 7 5 6 37 28 +9 19
4 Billingsfors IK 18 8 2 8 35 30 +5 18
5[2] Tidaholms GIF 18 6 5 7 27 32 -5 17
6[2] Jonsereds IF 18 5 7 6 27 34 -7 17
7 Karlstads BIK 18 6 3 9 26 34 -8 15
8 Fässbergs IF 18 6 2 10 29 39 -10 14
9[2] IFK Örebro 18 5 2 11 25 47 -22 12
10[2] IFK Kristinehamn 18 5 2 11 20 41 -21 12

Division 2 Södra 1936–37

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Helsingborgs IF 18 12 4 2 52 16 +36 28
2 Halmstads BK 18 11 4 3 46 14 +32 26
3 Höganäs BK 18 10 4 4 40 29 +11 24
4 Malmö BI 18 9 3 6 40 32 +8 21
5[2] BK Landora 18 7 4 7 30 29 +1 18
6[2] IFK Kristianstad 18 8 2 8 48 48 0 18
7 IFK Helsingborg 18 7 2 9 35 35 0 16
8 IS Halmia 18 6 2 10 27 36 -9 14
9 Ängelholms IF 18 5 3 10 27 52 -25 13
10 Växjö BK 18 1 0 17 16 70 -54 2

Division 2 promotion play-off 1936–37

June 6, 1937
Strands IF 2–1 Skutskärs IF
?, ?
June 13, 1937
Skutskärs IF 3–1 Strands IF
?, ?
June 18, 1937
Skutskärs IF 2–1[3] Strands IF
?, ?

June 6, 1937
Kinna IF 2–3 Varbergs BoIS
?, ?
June 13, 1937
Varbergs BoIS 2–1 Kinna IF
?, ?

Norrländska Mästerskapet 1937

Final
July 25, 1937
Bodens BK 3–2 Sandviks IK

National team results

August 4, 1936
1936 Olympics
1st round (1/8 final)
№ 201

Japan  3–2  Sweden
Kamo 49'
Ukon 62'
Matsunaga 85'
Persson 24', 37'
Hertha Platz, Berlin
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Peters (Germany)

Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Otto Andersson, Erik Källström - Victor Carlund, Arvid Emanuelsson, Torsten Johansson - Gustaf Josefsson, Erik Persson, Sven Jonasson, Karl-Erik Grahn, Åke Hallman.


September 27, 1936
1933–36 Nordic Championship
№ 202

Finland  1–2  Sweden
Kanerva 85' (p) Jonasson 44'
Ericsson 50'
Tölö bollplan, Helsinki
Attendance: 13,000
Referee: Daehlen (Norway)

Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Nils Axelsson, Walter Sköld - Fritz Berg, Arvid Emanuelsson, Ernst Andersson - Bertil Ericsson, Erik Persson, Sven Jonasson, Karl-Erik Grahn, Andreas Nilsson.


May 17, 1937
Friendly
№ 203

Sweden  0–4  England
Steele 7', 13', 37'
Johnson 34'
Råsunda, Solna
Attendance: 34,119
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

Sweden: Gustav Sjöberg - Nils Axelsson, Walter Sköld - Fritz Berg, Sven Andersson, Ernst Andersson - Gustaf Josefsson, Erik Persson, Sven Jonasson, Karl-Erik Grahn, Axel Nilsson.


Sweden  4–0  Finland
Bunke 60', 82'
Persson 65'
Svanström 68'
Råsunda, Solna
Attendance: 19,548
Referee: Daehlen (Norway)

Sweden: Gustav Sjöberg - Valter Lundgren, Olle Källgren - Kurt Svanström, Gunnar Löfgren, Ernst Andersson - Gustaf Josefsson, Erik Persson, Olle Zetherlund, Lennart Bunke, Axel Nilsson.


June 20, 1937
1938 World Cup qualification
№ 205

Sweden  7–2  Estonia
Josefsson 7', 41'
Bunke 40'
Jonasson 49' (p)
Wetterström 73, 77', 84'
Siimenson 2'
Uukkivi 3'
Råsunda, Solna
Attendance: 18,421
Referee: Remke (Denmark)

Sweden: Gustav Sjöberg - Valter Lundgren, Olle Källgren - Erik Almgren, Gunnar Löfgren, Kurt Svanström - Gustaf Josefsson, Sven Jonasson, Bertil Ericsson, Lennart Bunke, Gustav Wetterström.


June 23, 1937
Friendly
№ 206

Poland  3–1  Sweden
Wodarz 12'
Piątek 24'
Wilimowski 60'
Wetterström 76'

Sweden: Gustav Sjöberg - Valter Lundgren, Olle Källgren - Erik Almgren, Sven Jacobsson, Kurt Svanström - Gustaf Josefsson, Sven Jonasson, Bertil Ericsson, Lennart Bunke, Gustav Wetterström.


June 27, 1937
Friendly
№ 207

Romania  2–2  Sweden
Baratky 22', 89' (p) Jonasson 25', 30'

Sweden: Gustav Sjöberg - Valter Lundgren, Olle Källgren - Erik Almgren, Sven Jacobsson, Kurt Svanström - Gustaf Josefsson, Erik Persson, Sven Jonasson, Lennart Bunke, Gustav Wetterström.

National team players in season 1936/37

name pos. caps goals club
Erik Almgren MF 3 0 AIK Solna
Ernst Andersson MF 3 0 IFK Göteborg
Otto Andersson DF 1 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Sven "Vrålis" Andersson MF 1 0 AIK Solna
Nils Axelsson DF 2 0 Hälsingborgs IF
Fritz Berg MF 2 0 IFK Göteborg
Sven "Svenne Berka" Bergquist (Bergqvist) GK 2 0 AIK Solna (1)
Hammarby IF Stockholm (1)
Lennart "Ledde" Bunke FW 4 3 Hälsingborgs IF
Victor Carlund MF 1 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Arvid "Emma" Emanuelsson MF 2 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Bertil Ericsson FW 3 1 Sandvikens IF
Karl-Erik Grahn FW 3 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Åke Hallman FW 1 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Sven "Jack" Jacobsson MF 2 0 GAIS Göteborg
Torsten Johansson MF 1 0 IFK Norrköping
Sven "Jonas" Jonasson FW 6 4 IF Elfsborg Borås
Gustaf "Niggern" Josefsson FW 6 2 AIK Solna
Olle "Plåten" Källgren DF 4 0 Sandvikens IF
Erik "Järnbacken" Källström DF 1 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Gunnar Löfgren MF 2 0 IFK Göteborg
Valter Lundgren DF 4 0 AIK Solna
Andreas Nilsson FW 1 0 Malmö FF
Axel "Acke" Nilsson FW 2 0 AIK Solna
Erik "Lillis" Persson FW 5 3 AIK Solna
Gustav "Gurra" Sjöberg GK 5 0 AIK Solna
Walter Sköld DF 2 0 AIK Solna
Kurt Svanström MF 4 1 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Gustav "Gutta" Wetterström FW 3 4 IK Sleipner Norrköping
Olle Zetherlund (Zetterlund) FW 1 0 AIK Solna

Notes

  1. ^ a b Teams from a large part of northern Sweden, approximately above the province of Medelpad, were not allowed to play in the national league system until the 1953–54 season, and a championship was instead played to decide the best team in Norrland.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t Tie breaker is goal average.
  3. ^ Since extra time, aggregate score and the away goals rule was not used, a third match played on neutral ground decided the play-off.

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