The Swedish Scene

Ben Gilby rounds up all the action from both the Damallsvenskan and Elitettan as Sweden’s top two divisions played their final matches before the mid-season break and we welcome back DandalBs with his news round-up from around the leagues. (21/6/22). Above: Kyra Cooney-Cross gets a shot in on her debut for Hammarby against BK Häcken on Friday night. Photo: Hammarby IF.  NEWS ROUND-UPContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”

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. UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE NEWS:Continue reading “The Swedish Scene”

The Swedish Scene

@DandalBs brings us his Saturday morning round-up of all the week’s news from Sweden. This time, as well as the return of the Damallsvenskan and yet more drama at the top of the Elitettan, there is a record transfer fee paid for a Swedish star as Hanna Bennison’s move to Everton, first mentioned here manyContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”

The Swedish Scene

It’s been another busy week in Swedish women’s football with Champions League action and the first post Olympics Damallsvenskan match. If that wasn’t enough, there’s some major transfer news. Above: Alice Nilsson celebrates after scoring for Kristianstad against Brøndby in the Champions League in midweek. Photo: SVT DAMALLSVENSKAN:    Kristianstad beat Brøndby 1-0 in their UEFAContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”

The Swedish Scene

This week saw the transfer window close and the second tier Elitettan return along with some friendly matches between Damallsvenskan sides. @DandalBs rounds up all the action. Photo: Julia Olsson, newly signed by AIK. Photo: Jesper Zerman/Bildbyrån  NEWS ROUND-UP: AIK have continued their signing spree with the arrival of 24 year-old defender Julia Olsson, whoContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”

The Swedish Scene

@DandalBs updates us on the week’s goings on in the Swedish domestic club game with lots of transfer activity. Above: Amanda Nildén unveiled by Juventus Women this week after joining from Eskilstuna United. Photo: Juventus. NEWS ROUND-UP: Eskilstuna United midfielder Amanda Nildén will be joining fellow Swedes Linda Sembrandt and Lina Hurtig at Serie AContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”

The Swedish Scene

@DandalBs brings us our weekly round-up of all the news from the Swedish domestic game. As well as the national team reaching the semi-finals at the Olympics, it’s been a busy week of transfers. Above: Sweden celebrate reaching the Semi-Finals at the Olympics yesterday with victory over host nation Japan. Photo: Getty Images NEWS ROUND-UP:Continue reading “The Swedish Scene”

The Swedish Scene

@DandalBs rounds up all the news from a momentous week for Swedish women’s football (pictured above via Eurosport). As well as some news from the national camp, there’s a lot of movement on the transfer front. NATIONAL TEAM NEWS: Magdalena Eriksson missed Sweden’s outstanding win over the USA on the opening day of the women’sContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”

The Swedish Scene

@DandalBs updates us on the goings on in Sweden with the final round of matches in the Damallsvenskan and Elitettan before the Olympic break. There’s also lots of transfer news, with Eskilstuna United featuring prominently. DAMALLSVENSKAN:    Linköping went down to a 3-0 loss at home to second placed BK Häcken with all the goals comingContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”

The Swedish Scene

@DandalBs brings us our weekly round-up of all the happenings in the Swedish women’s game. All the Damallsvenskan and Elitettan action plus a busy week of news and transfers, particularly involving Damallsvenskan leaders Rosengård. DAMALLSVENSKAN:    Injury ravaged AIK’s poor run continues after a desperately disappointing 4-0 loss to fellow relegation candidates. Piteå. Selina Henriksson, AstridContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”