AIK Hockey

Country Sweden Sweden
City Solna
Founded 1891
Leagues
Elitserien

Allmana Idrottsklubben, AIK for short, is a successful Swedish athletic club. Their hockey team was formed in 1921. In AIK’s 89 year history, they have played 66 seasons in the Elitserien, Sweden’s top hockey league. In the 1930s, they were one of the most successful teams in the league. AIK won its first league title in 1934, and repeated in 1935. They would win five more titles over the next fifty years, with the most recent one coming in 1984.

The Black Army is AIK’s largest fan club, which received some bad publicity for its activity in the 1980s and ’90s, leading to the creation of a few other less violent clubs in the last decade.

AIK plays their home games at Hovet, which has a capacity of 8300, although they play some of their games at the Ericsson Globe, which holds 14,119.

Notable Players: Leif Holmqvist, Bert-Ola Nolander, Peter Gardin, Dick Tarnstrom

Elitserien Titles: 1934, 1935, 1938, 1946, 1947, 1982, 1984

Team Roster

Name Position
Victor Ahllstrom Sweden left wing
Oscar Ahlstrom Sweden right wing
Mattias Beck Sweden left wing
Patrik Bergstrom Sweden right wing
Jonatan Bjuro Sweden goaltender
Fredrik Carlsson Sweden defence
Andreas Dahlstrom Sweden centre
David Engblom Sweden left wing
Tobias Ericsson Sweden left wing
Henrik Eriksson Sweden centre

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