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1998 In Swedish Football
The 1998 season in Swedish football, started January 1998 and ended December 1998.Contents1 Honours1.1 Official titles 1.2 Competitions2 Promotions, relegations and qualifications2.1 Promotions 2.2 League transfers 2.3 Relegations 2.4 International qualifications3 Domestic results3.1 Allsvenskan
Allsvenskan
1998 3.2 Allsvenskan
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Örgryte IS
Örgryte Idrottssällskap, commonly referred to as Örgryte IS, Örgryte (Swedish: [²œːrˌɡryːtɛ]) or (especially locally) ÖIS or Öis,[A] is a Swedish sports club based in Gothenburg. It consists of four departments, namely bowling, football, athletics and wrestling. However, the club is best known for its football department. It is the oldest football club in Sweden.The club was founded in 1887 which makes it the oldest active sports club in the country.[1]Contents1 History 2 Supporters2.1 Rivalries3 Players3.1 First-team squad 3.2 Retired numbers4 Achievements4.1 League 4.2 Cups5 Footnotes 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksHistory[edit] Örgryte IS
Örgryte IS
team of year 1896, that won the first Swedish championship final.A chart showing the progress of Örgryte IS
Örgryte IS
through the swedish football league system
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UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1998-99
The 1998–99 season of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
club tournament was the last season of the competition before it was abolished
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Ludvika FK
Ludvika
Ludvika
FK is a Swedish football club located in Ludvika
Ludvika
in Dalarna County.[1]Contents1 Background 2 Recent history 3 Attendances 4 Footnotes 5 External linksBackground[edit] Since their foundation Ludvika
Ludvika
FK has participated mainly in the upper and middle divisions of the Swedish football league system
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IFK Luleå
IFK Luleå
Luleå
is a Swedish football club formed in 1900, located in Luleå. The club merged with Luleå
Luleå
FF and played under the name Luleå
Luleå
FF/IFK from 1986 to 1989.Contents1 History 2 Season to season 3 Attendances 4 Current squad 5 Achievements5.1 League6 External links 7 FootnotesHistory[edit]A chart showing the progress of IFK Luleå
Luleå
through the swedish football league system. The different shades of gray represent league divisions.IFK Luleå
Luleå
was originally founded in the year 1900, but went dormant after some years. In 1920, the sports club IK Gyltzau won the Norrbotten district championship in bandy and this club was then renamed as a revived IFK Luleå, which continued to play bandy for many years
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IFK Hässleholm
IFK Hässleholm
Hässleholm
is a Swedish football club from Hässleholm
Hässleholm
that was established in 1905.[1] The team is currently playing in Division 2 Östra Götaland.[2] Several well known players have played at the club including England international striker Peter Crouch
Peter Crouch
as well as Swedish footballers Jon Jönsson, Andreas Dahl, and Tobias Linderoth. In recent years the club has played in Division 2, which is the fourth tier of the Swedish football league system. However, the club has played in second tier football ( Division 1 Södra
Division 1 Södra
and Division 2 Södra) in 1972–1974, 1975–81, 1987–1988, and 1992–1998.[3]Contents1 Background 2 Season to season 3 Achievements3.1 League4 External links 5 ReferencesBackground[edit] The club was first established by factory owners and football enthusiast Knut Rydlund in 1905
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Lundby IF
Lundby IF is a football club formed in 1919 located in Hisingen, Göteborg, Sweden. The club currently plays in Division 6.Contents1 History1.1 1940s 1.2 1990s to Present2 ReferencesHistory[edit] 1940s[edit] In 1939–1940, during the time the team played in Division 3. After winning the league, the team was promoted to Division 2. The following year the club won the Division 2 Västra. After their win, the team place 8th for 1942–1943 season. From 1943 to 1944, the club came in 7th place. The 1944–1945 season Lundby IF placed 3rd and, in 1946–1947, the club came in 6th place in the same division. 1990s to Present[edit] In 1995, the club won the Division 2 Västra Götaland and were promoted to Division 1 Södra. The following year Lundby played in Division 1 Södra and placed 12th. In 1997, the team were relegated back to Division 2 but were promoted back to Division 1 after winning Division 2.In 1998, the team placed 13th in Division 1
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IS Halmia
IS Halmia
IS Halmia
is a football club, located in Halmstad, Sweden.[2]Contents1 Background 2 Season to season 3 Attendances 4 2014 – 2015 Squad 5 Footnotes 6 External linksBackground[edit] IS Halmia
IS Halmia
was founded on 16 June 16, 1907 and currently plays in Division 1 Södra.[3] In early years, the club also played bandy. The first ever bandy game between two organised teams in Halland, is thought to have been played between Halmia and local rival Halmstads BK
Halmstads BK
in 1922.[4] In 1932 Halmia won the Halland district championship in this sport.[5] In 1932 the club also became the first team from Halmstad
Halmstad
to reach the Allsvenskan, the top-tier football league in Sweden. In total IS Halmia
IS Halmia
has played 11 seasons in the Allsvenskan, the last time being in 1979
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UEFA Champions League
The UEFA
UEFA
Champions League is an annual continental club football competition organised by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) and contested by top-division European clubs. It is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world and the most prestigious club competition in European football, played by the national league champions (and, for some nations, one or more runners-up) of the strongest UEFA
UEFA
national associations. The UEFA
UEFA
Champions League final is the most watched annual sporting event worldwide
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UEFA Champions League 1999-00
The 1999–2000 UEFA Champions League was the 45th season of the UEFA Champions League, UEFA's premier European club football tournament, and the eighth season since its rebranding from the "European Champion Clubs' Cup" or "European Cup". The competition was won by Real Madrid, who clinched a historic eighth title win by beating fellow La Liga side, Valencia in the final. The final was hosted in the Stade de France in Paris, the city where the original roots of the competition had begun nearly 50 years earlier. The competition was dominated by the Spanish teams, with three of the four semi-finalists coming from Spain, namely Real Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona
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UEFA Cup
The UEFA
UEFA
Europa League is an annual football club competition organised by UEFA
UEFA
since 1971 for eligible European football clubs. Clubs qualify for the competition based on their performance in their national leagues and cup competitions. Previously called the UEFA
UEFA
Cup, the competition has been known as the UEFA
UEFA
Europa League since the 2009–10 season,[2][3] following a change in format. For UEFA
UEFA
footballing records purposes, the UEFA
UEFA
Cup and UEFA
UEFA
Europa League are considered the same competition, with the change of name being simply a rebranding.[4] In 1999, the UEFA
UEFA
Cup Winners' Cup was abolished and merged with the UEFA
UEFA
Cup.[5] For the 2004–05 competition a group stage was added prior to the knockout phase
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UEFA Cup 1999-00
The 1999–2000 UEFA Cup season was the 29th edition of the UEFA Cup competition. The final took place at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen and was won by Galatasaray, who defeated Arsenal in the final. The game was scoreless through the first ninety minutes and stayed that way through thirty minutes of extra time. The match went on to penalty kicks in which Gheorghe Popescu scored the winning goal to win the cup. Galatasaray won the cup without losing a single game. The competition was marred by violence involving Turkish hooligans in the semi-finals and the final, in particular the fatal stabbings of Leeds United fans Kevin Speight and Christopher Loftus by Galatasaray fans in Istanbul.[1] Parma were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Werder Bremen in the fourth round. It was the first season of the new format UEFA Cup; it had absorbed the now defunct Cup Winners' Cup to include domestic cup winners, and now featured an additional knockout round
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UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
The UEFA
UEFA
Cup Winners' Cup (abbreviated as CWC) was a football club competition contested annually by the most recent winners of all European domestic cup competitions. The cup is one of the many inter-European club competitions that have been organised by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). The first competition was held in the 1960–61 season — but not recognised by the governing body of European football until two years later.[1] The final tournament was held in 1998–99, after which it was absorbed into the UEFA
UEFA
Cup.[1] From 1972 onwards, the winner of the tournament progressed to play the winner of the European Cup (later the UEFA
UEFA
Champions League) in the UEFA
UEFA
Super Cup
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UEFA Intertoto Cup
The UEFA
UEFA
Intertoto Cup, also abbreviated as UI Cup and originally called the International
International
Football Cup was a summer football competition for European clubs that had not qualified for one of the major UEFA
UEFA
competitions, the Champions League, the UEFA
UEFA
Cup and until 1999, the Cup Winners' Cup. The competition was discontinued after the 2008 tournament.[1] Teams who originally would have entered the Intertoto Cup now directly enter the qualifying stages of the UEFA Europa League from this point. The tournament was founded in 1961–62, but was only taken over by UEFA
UEFA
in 1995. Any club who wished to participate had to apply for entry, with the highest placed clubs (by league position in their domestic league) at the end of the season entering the competition
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Gefle IF
Gefle Idrottsförening, also known simply as Gefle IF, Gefle (pronounced [ˈjɛːvlɛ], as if spelled Gävle), or locally Gif ([ɡɪf]), are a Swedish professional football club based in Gävle. The club is affiliated with Gestriklands Fotbollförbund[1] and play their home games at Gavlevallen
Gavlevallen
since the 2015 season.[2] The club colours are blue and white. Formed on 5 December 1882 as Gefle SK, the club have played fifteen seasons in Sweden's highest football league Allsvenskan,[3] with the first season being 1933–34
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