Mjällby AIF

Mjällby Allmänna Idrottsförening, also known simply as Mjällby AIF, Mjällby or (especially locally) MAIF, is a Swedish professional football club based in Hällevik. The club is affiliated to Blekinge Fotbollförbund and play its home games at Strandvallen. The club colours, reflected in their crest and kit, are yellow and black. Formed on 1 April 1939, the club have played eight seasons in Sweden's highest football league Allsvenskan, the club's first season in the league was in 1980. The club are currently playing in Superettan (2nd level). With eight seasons in the top division Allsvenskan most recent in 2014, Mjällby AIF is the most successful football team from the province of Blekinge.

Mjällby AIF
Full nameMjällby Allmänna
Idrottsförening
Founded1 April 1939 (1939-04-01)
GroundStrandvallen, Hällevik
Capacity6,750
ChairmanMagnus Emeus
Head coachMarcus Lantz
LeagueAllsvenskan
2019Superettan, 1st
WebsiteClub website

Former Sweden national football team players Christian Wilhelmsson and Mattias Asper began their careers at the club. Both players also ended their playing careers in Mjällby.

Players

First-team squad

As of 30 March 2018[1]

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

No. Position Player
1 GK Jesper Johansson
2 DF Adi Terzic
3 DF Amer Eriksson Ibragic
4 DF Max Watson
5 DF Mohanad Jeahze
6 MF Pavle Vagic
7 MF Viktor Gustafsson
8 MF Bubacarr Jobe
9 FW Joel Nilsson
10 FW Andreas Birgersson
11 MF Gísli Eyjólfsson
12 MF David Löfquist (captain)
13 GK Carl-Johan Eriksson
14 FW Omar Dampha
No. Position Player
16 FW Jacob Bergström
17 MF Jakob Ottosson
18 DF Philip Persson
19 MF Mirza Halvadžić
20 MF Hampus Holgersson
21 MF Felix Konstandeliasz
22 MF Jesper Gustavsson
23 MF Óttar Magnús Karlsson
24 FW Taylor Silverholt
26 DF Mohammed Mbye

Managers

Achievements

League

Footnotes

    References

    1. "Seniorer" (in Swedish). Mjällby AIF. Retrieved 1 May 2018.
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