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The 1941–42 season in Swedish football, starting August 1941 and ending July 1942:

Contents

Honours

Official titles

Title Team Reason
Swedish Champions 1941–42 IFK Göteborg Winners of Allsvenskan
Swedish Cup Champions 1941 Helsingborgs IF Winners of Svenska Cupen

Competitions

Level Competition Team
1st level Allsvenskan 1941–42 IFK Göteborg
2nd level Division 2 Norra 1941–42 IK Brage
Division 2 Östra 1941–42 IFK Eskilstuna
Division 2 Västra 1941–42 Lundby IF
Division 2 Södra 1941–42 Halmstads BK
Regional Championship Norrländska Mästerskapet[1] 1942 GIF Sundsvall
Cup Svenska Cupen 1941 Helsingborgs IF

Promotions, relegations and qualifications

Promotions

Promoted from Promoted to Team Reason
Division 2 Östra 1941–42 Allsvenskan 1942–43 IFK Eskilstuna Winners of promotion play-off
Division 2 Södra 1941–42 Halmstads BK Winners of promotion play-off
Division 3 1941–42 Division 2 Norra 1942–43 Hagalunds IS Winners of promotion play-off
Division 3 1941–42 Division 2 Östra 1942–43 Avesta AIK Winners of promotion play-off
Nyköpings AIK Winners of promotion play-off
IF Verdandi Winners of promotion play-off
Division 3 1941–42 Division 2 Västra 1942–43 IFK Trollhättan Winners of promotion play-off
IFK Uddevalla Winners of promotion play-off
Division 3 1941–42 Division 2 Södra 1942–43 Bromölla IF Winners of promotion play-off
Varbergs BoIS Winners of promotion play-off

Relegations

Relegated from Relegated to Team Reason
Allsvenskan 1941–42 Division 2 Södra 1942–43 Landskrona BoIS 11th team
Division 2 Norra 1942–43 Reymersholms IK 12th team
Division 2 Norra 1941–42 Division 3 1942–43 Ljusne AIK 9th team
IFK Lidingö 10th team
Division 2 Östra 1941–42 Division 3 1942–43 IK City 9th team
Mjölby AI 10th team
Division 2 Västra 1941–42 Division 3 1942–43 Karlstads BIK 9th team
Skara IF 10th team
Division 2 Södra 1941–42 Division 3 1942–43 Kalmar AIK 9th team
IFK Kristianstad 10th team

Domestic results

Allsvenskan 1941–42

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AIK
Degerfors IF
IF Elfsborg
GAIS
Gårda BK
IFK Göteborg
Helsingborgs IF
Landskrona BoIS
Malmö FF
IFK Norrköping
Reymersholms IK
Sandvikens IF
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 IFK Göteborg 22 14 3 5 48 29 +19 31
2 GAIS 22 10 7 5 46 31 +15 27
3 IFK Norrköping 22 12 2 8 50 35 +15 26
4 Helsingborgs IF 22 11 4 7 42 27 +15 26
5 Malmö FF 22 9 7 6 37 33 +4 25
6 Degerfors IF 22 9 5 8 43 35 +8 23
7 IF Elfsborg 22 8 6 8 35 29 +6 22
8 Gårda BK 22 9 4 9 34 46 -12 22
9 AIK 22 7 7 8 37 34 +3 21
10 Sandvikens IF 22 6 3 13 27 45 -18 15
11 Landskrona BoIS 22 5 4 13 22 47 -25 14
12 Reymersholms IK 22 4 4 14 27 57 -30 12

Allsvenskan promotion play-off 1941–42

May 31, 1942
IFK Eskilstuna 3–0 IK Brage  ?, Eskilstuna
June 7, 1942
IK Brage 4–1 IFK Eskilstuna  ?, Borlänge
June 14, 1942
IFK Eskilstuna 2–0[2] IK Brage  ?, Solna

May 31, 1942
Lundby IF 1–1 Halmstads BK  ?, Gothenburg
June 7, 1942
Halmstads BK 2–1 Lundby IF  ?, Halmstad

Division 2 Norra 1941–42

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Norra
IK Brage
Djurgårdens IF
Gefle IF
Hammarby IF
Hofors AIF
IFK Lidingö
Ljusne AIK
Ludvika FfI
Sandvikens AIK
Sundbybergs IK
Östra
IK City
IFK Eskilstuna
Finspångs AIK
Hallstahammars SK
Mjölby AI
IK Sleipner
Surahammars IF
IFK Västerås
Åtvidabergs FF
Örebro SK
Västra
Billingsfors IK
Deje IK
Karlskoga IF
Karlstads BIK
Lundby IF
Skara IF
Skogens IF
Tidaholms GIF
Waggeryds IK
Örgryte IS
Södra
IS Halmia
Halmstads BK
Höganäs BK
Kalmar AIK
IFK Kristianstad
BK Landora
IFK Malmö
Nybro IF
Olofströms IF
IFK Trelleborg
[1] Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 IK Brage 18 10 4 4 49 22 +27 24
2 Hammarby IF 18 9 6 3 55 35 +20 24
3 Sandvikens AIK 18 10 2 6 39 25 +14 22
4 Hofors AIF 18 7 4 7 31 37 -6 18
5 Djurgårdens IF 18 6 4 8 27 26 +1 16
6 Ludvika FfI 18 7 2 9 39 44 -5 16
7 Sundbybergs IK 18 4 7 7 30 38 -8 15
8 Gefle IF 18 4 7 7 33 43 -10 15
9 Ljusne AIK 18 6 3 9 42 57 -15 15
10 IFK Lidingö 18 7 1 10 32 50 -18 15

Division 2 Östra 1941–42

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 IFK Eskilstuna 18 12 4 2 46 22 +24 28
2 Surahammars IF 18 10 3 5 31 23 +8 23
3 IK Sleipner 18 9 4 5 38 24 +14 22
4 Örebro SK 18 9 3 6 35 30 +5 21
5 Hallstahammars SK 18 8 3 7 28 28 0 19
6 Finspångs AIK 18 7 4 7 37 43 -6 18
7 IFK Västerås 18 4 7 7 28 29 -1 15
8 Åtvidabergs FF 18 5 5 8 30 33 -3 15
9 IK City 18 5 5 8 23 29 -6 15
10 Mjölby AI 18 2 0 16 17 52 -35 4

Division 2 Västra 1941–42

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Lundby IF 18 13 3 2 60 20 +40 29
2 Tidaholms GIF 18 12 2 4 50 35 +15 26
3 Örgryte IS 18 7 7 4 36 28 +8 21
4 Karlskoga IF 18 7 5 6 33 24 +9 19
5 Billingsfors IK 18 9 1 8 40 36 +4 19
6 Skogens IF 18 7 3 8 40 50 -10 17
7 Waggeryds IK 18 5 6 7 43 52 -9 16
8 Deje IK 18 5 3 10 30 45 -15 13
9 Karlstads BIK 18 4 3 11 33 50 -17 11
10 Skara IF 18 3 3 12 22 47 -25 9

Division 2 Södra 1941–42

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Halmstads BK 18 13 1 4 55 20 +35 27
2 IS Halmia 18 12 1 5 46 23 +23 25
3 Höganäs BK 18 9 2 7 38 33 +5 20
4 Nybro IF 18 9 1 8 39 37 +2 19
5 BK Landora 18 7 2 9 42 42 0 16
6 Olofströms IF 18 7 2 9 32 41 -9 16
7 IFK Trelleborg 18 7 2 9 31 44 -13 16
8 IFK Malmö 18 6 3 9 32 50 -18 15
9 Kalmar AIK 18 6 2 10 38 51 -13 14
10 IFK Kristianstad 18 5 2 11 31 43 -12 12

Division 2 promotion play-off 1941–42

1st round
May 17, 1942
IFK Åmål 1–1 IFK Uddevalla  ?, ?
May 25, 1942
IFK Uddevalla 1–1 IFK Åmål  ?, ?
May 28, 1942
IFK Åmål  ?–?[2]
1–3 (aet)
IFK Uddevalla  ?, ?
2nd round
June 7, 1942
Iggesunds IK 1–1 Avesta AIK  ?, ?
June 14, 1942
Avesta AIK 2–1 Iggesunds IK  ?, ?

May 31, 1942
Örtakoloniens IF 1–1 Hagalunds IS  ?, ?
June 7, 1942
Hagalunds IS 9–0 Örtakoloniens IF  ?, ?

May 31, 1942
Västerås IK 0–2 IF Verdandi  ?, ?
June 7, 1942
IF Verdandi 5–1 Västerås IK  ?, ?

May 31, 1942
Storfors FF 3–3 IFK Uddevalla  ?, ?
June 7, 1942
IFK Uddevalla 3–0 Storfors FF  ?, ?

May 31, 1942
IFK Trollhättan 2–1 Krokslätts FF  ?, ?
June 7, 1942
Krokslätts FF 0–2 IFK Trollhättan  ?, ?

May 31, 1942
Varbergs BoIS 3–0 Klippans BIF  ?, ?
June 7, 1942
Klippans BIF 2–1 Varbergs BoIS  ?, ?
June 14, 1942
Varbergs BoIS 2–0[2] Klippans BIF  ?, ?

May 31, 1942
Husqvarna IF 3–0 Nyköpings AIK  ?, ?
June 7, 1942
Nyköpings AIK 4–0 Husqvarna IF  ?, ?
May 31, 1942
Husqvarna IF 0–1[2] Nyköpings AIK  ?, ?

May 31, 1942
IFK Oskarshamn 3–0 Bromölla IF  ?, ?
June 7, 1942
Bromölla IF 6–3 IFK Oskarshamn  ?, ?
May 31, 1942
IFK Oskarshamn 4–5[2] Bromölla IF  ?, ?

Norrländska Mästerskapet 1942

Final
July 19, 1942
GIF Sundsvall 2–1 IFK Holmsund Idrottsparken, Sundsvall

Svenska Cupen 1941

Final
October 26, 1941
Helsingborgs IF 3–1 IK Sleipner Råsunda, Solna

National team results

September 14, 1941
Friendly
№ 231

Sweden  2–2  Denmark Råsunda, Solna
Attendance: 33,894
Referee: Fink (Germany)
Carlsson 71'
Jacobsson 74'
Pløger 25'
Hansen 39'

Sweden Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Harry Nilsson, Hilding Gustafsson - Erik Persson, Arvid Emanuelsson, Karl-Erik Grahn - Arne Nyberg, Gunnar Gren, Sven Jacobsson, Henry Carlsson, Åke Andersson.


October 5, 1941
Friendly
№ 232

Sweden  4–2  Germany Råsunda, Solna
Attendance: 36,532
Referee: Laursen (Denmark)
Carlsson 24', 49', 80'
Mårtensson 28'
Lehner 29'
Walter 89'

Sweden Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Harry Nilsson, Hilding Gustafsson ( Börje Leander) - Erik Persson, Arvid Emanuelsson, Karl-Erik Grahn - Malte Mårtensson, Erik Holmqvist, Oskar Holmqvist, Henry Carlsson, Åke Andersson.


October 19, 1941
Friendly
№ 233

Denmark  2–1  Sweden Idrætsparken, Copenhagen
Attendance: 42,360
Referee: Viinioksa (Finland)
Pløger 57'
Hansen 74'
Holmqvist 61'

Sweden Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Harry Nilsson, Hilding Gustafsson - Erik Persson, Arvid Emanuelsson, Karl-Erik Grahn - Malte Mårtensson, Erik Holmqvist, Oskar Holmqvist, Henry Carlsson, Åke Andersson.


June 28, 1942
Friendly
№ 234

Denmark  0–3  Sweden Idrætsparken, Copenhagen
Attendance: 40,360
Referee: Alho (Finland)
Hansen 38' (og)
Nordahl 40'
Carlsson 68'

Sweden Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Harry Nilsson, Rickard Ödéhn - Erik Persson, Arvid Emanuelsson, Karl-Erik Grahn - Malte Mårtensson, Gunnar Gren, Gunnar Nordahl, Henry Carlsson, Jan Östlund.

National team players in season 1941/42

name pos. caps goals club
Åke "Carnera" Andersson FW 3 0 AIK Solna
Sven "Svenne Berka" Bergquist (Bergqvist) GK 4 0 Hammarby IF Stockholm
Henry "Garvis" Carlsson FW 4 5 AIK Solna
Arvid "Emma" Emanuelsson MF 4 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Karl-Erik Grahn MF 4 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Gunnar "Il Professore" Gren FW 2 0 IFK Göteborg
Hilding "Moggli" Gustafsson DF 3 0 Reymersholms IK Stockholm
Erik "Mulle" Holmqvist (Holmquist)
Eric Holmqvist
FW 2 0 IFK Norrköping
Oskar "Masse" Holmqvist (Holmquist)
Oscar Holmqvist
FW 2 1 IFK Norrköping
Sven "Jack" Jacobsson FW 1 1 GAIS Göteborg
Börje Leander MF 1 0 AIK Solna
Malte "Svarta Blixten" Mårtensson FW 3 1 Hälsingborgs IF
Harry Nilsson DF 4 0 Landskrona BoIS (3)
AIK Solna (1)
Gunnar Nordahl FW 1 1 Degerfors IF
Arne Nyberg FW 1 0 IFK Göteborg
Rickard (Richard) Ödéhn DF 1 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Jan Östlund FW 1 0 Halmstads BK
Erik Persson MF 4 0 Landskrona BoIS

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Notes

  1. ^ a b Teams from a large part of northern Sweden, approximately above the province of Medelpad, were not allowed to play in the national league system until the 1953–54 season, and a championship was instead played to decide the best team in Norrland.
  2. ^ a b c d e Since extra time, aggregate score and the away goals rule was not used, a third match played on neutral ground decided the play-off.







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