Åkers IF

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Åkers IF
Akers IF logo.png
Full name Åkers Idrottsförening
Sports Current:
Former:
Founded 1918
Based in Sweden Åkers styckebruk, Sweden
Website www8.idrottonline.se/AkersIF/

Åkers IF, abbreviated ÅIF, is a Swedish sports club founded in 1918 and based in Åkers styckebruk. As of 2013, the club has sections competing in association football, gymnastics, orienteering, and skiing.

As of 2006, the club also ran sections for athletics, basketball, floorball, handball, and ice hockey. The club has also run sections for bandy and cross country running, the ice hockey section merged with Strängnäs HC in 2012 to become its own club, Åker/Strängnäs HC. That club currently plays in the modern Hockeyettan, the third tier of Swedish hockey, as of the 2013–14 season,[1][2] before the merger, the ice hockey section had played two seasons in Division I when it was the top tier of Swedish hockey (1946–47 and 1953–54).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Åker/Strängnäs HC profile". Eliteprospects.com. Retrieved 23 May 2014. 
  2. ^ "About Åker/Strängnäs HC" (in Swedish). Åker/Strängnäs HC. Retrieved 23 May 2014. 

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