The Swedish Scene

With UEFA Women’s Champions League action in midweek and important domestic league games last weekend, there has been a lot going on in Swedish women’s football. @DandalBs updates us.

Above: Filippa Angeldahl grabbed two goals in her final appearance for BK Häcken before moving to Manchester City. Photo: BK Häcken.


Rosengård‘s second qualifying round first leg tie at home to TSG 1899 Hoffenheim ended in disappointment after a 3-0 loss. Belgian international Tine de Caigny opened the scoring for the German side just before the half hour mark. Laura Weinroither grabbed a second with 20 minutes to go and Chantel Hagel made it 3-0 in stoppage time.

There was better news for BK Häcken who returned from Oslo with a 3-1 win over Vålerenga. Filippa Angeldahl scored twice on her final appearance for the club ahead of her move to Manchester City and Stina Blackstenius made it 3-0 after 64 minutes. Rikke Madsen gave the Norwegians some hope for the second leg with a goal eight minutes from time.


Djurgården, in their first game under their new coach Magnus Pålsson, earned a vital 1-0 win over Växjö thanks to a goal from Julia Walentowicz after just ten minutes to the delight of the crowd of 541. 

Above: Julia Walentowicz, scorer of Djurgården’s winner over Växjö. Photo: Djurgården IF.

BK Häcken gained a thumping 5-1 win over Hammarby. Hammarby took an early lead through Hanna Lundkvist after just three minutes. However, goals from Dilya Yr Zomers, Mille Gejl Jensen (2), and Filipa Curmark (2) saw the home side clinch the points in front of 895 fans. The margin of victory emphasises the gap between really is a big difference Häcken and Rosengård at the top and the rest of the league as Hammarby are one of the candidates battling it out to finish third.

Eskilstuna United earned a 3-0 win over struggling Piteå.  Mia Jalkerud, Paulina Nyström, Felicia Rogic Summer signing Jalkerud looks like exactly what Eskilstuna needed when they battled replace all the players that they lost in the transfer window. She scores, assists, and links up well with others. The vast majority of the 897 fans went home happy.

KIF Örebro ended their seven match run without a win after they earned a 2-1 win over visitors Linköping. Amanda Rantanen put the hosts ahead just after half-time before Emma Lennartsson levelled. Jessie Scarpa came on as a late sub for Örebro after 84 minutes and scored the winner two minutes into stoppage time which sent the 365 fans into raptures.

Above: KIF Örebro celebrate their dramatic late winner over Linköping Photo: Örebro Tribune.

Vittsjö suffered a 4-0 defeat at home to leaders Rosengård. Ria Öling, two from Sanne Troelsgaard and Minnie Larsson scored the goals in front of 325.

AIK and Kristianstad played their Round Fourteen fixture a fortnight ago (see Swedish Scene from two weeks back) for details. It ended 1-1.

Table From: Svensk Fotboll.

Round Fifteen Fixtures:

Vittsjö v Eskilstuna United

Rosengård v AIK

Växjö v KIF Örebro

Piteå v BK Häcken

Kristianstads v Hammarby

Linköping v Djurgården


Above: Klara Andrup – on the scoresheet for IF Brommapojkarna as they moved up to third. Photo: HIF

Umeå IK got back to winning ways at the top of the table in some style with a 7-2 thrashing of fourth placed IFK Kalmar on the road. Sarah Mellouk (2), Monica Jusu Bah (2), Lisa Bjork, Henna Riikka Honkanen and Alexandra Sandstrom were on target. Minnie Asperot got both of Kalmar’s efforts. Second placed IK Uppsala also earned a big win away from home with a 5-0 win at Borgeby FB. Marika Lundin, Moa Ohman, Angelina Thoreson, Ellen Toivio and Hanna Persson were on target. IF Brommapojkarna went third after a 2-1 win at Bollstanäs SK. Emma Lund gave the home side an early lead before two goals from Klara Andrup within six minutes of each other in the last quarter sealed Bromma’s win. Morön BK are fifth, but could have taken advantage of IFK Kalmar’s thrashing if they had gained more than just a point against mid table Mallbackens IF Sunne. They took the lead through Irvina Bajramovic but Hildah Magala’s strike three minutes from the end earned Mallbackens a draw.

Latest Results: IFK Kalmar 2-7 Umeå IK, IFK Norrköping 1-1 Älvsjö AIK FF, Lidköpings FK 1-1 Sundsvalls DFF, Borgeby FB 0-5 IK Uppsala, Bollstanäs SK 1-2 IF Brommapojkarna, Morön BK 1-1 Mallbackens IF Sunne, Alingsås FC United 0-1 Jitex Mölndal.

Next Fixtures: IK Uppsala v Alingsås FC United, Mallbackens IF Sunne v IFK Norrköping, Sundsvalls DFF v Bollstanäs SK, Älvsjö AIK FF v IFK Kalmar, Jitex Mölndal v Morön BK, Umeå IK v Lidköpings FK, IF Brommapojkarna v Borgeby FB.

Table From: Svensk Fotboll.


Swedish international Kosovare Asllani confirmed on her Instagram page she has tested positive for COVID-19 and missed the first leg of Real Madrid’s UWCL tie on Tuesday against former club Manchester City.

Nilla Fischer, Sweden’s 37 year-old veteran defender, says she wants to play with the national team again. She didn’t go to the Olympics after getting an addition to the family this summer, but would, if selected, love to play the Euros in England next year.

Rosengård‘s Scottish international Fiona Brown suffered a left knee ACL injury in training last Wednesday. This is the second similar injury in a few weeks following new Danish signing Frederikke Thøgersen suffering one in the friendly against Linköping a few weeks ago.

Above: Fiona Brown, Rosengard’s Scottish star who has ruptured her ACL. Photo: Wikipedia.

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