1930–31 in Swedish football

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The 1930-31 season in Swedish football, starting August 1930 and ending July 1931:

Honours[edit]

Official titles[edit]

Title Team Reason
1930–31 Swedish Champions GAIS Winners of Allsvenskan

Competitions[edit]

Level Competition Team
1st level Allsvenskan 1930–31 GAIS
2nd level Division 2 Norra 1930–31 Hallstahammars SK
Division 2 Södra 1930–31 Malmö FF

Promotions, relegations and qualifications[edit]

Promotions[edit]

Promoted from Promoted to Team Reason
Division 2 Norra 1930–31 Allsvenskan 1931–32 Hallstahammars SK Winners
Division 2 Södra 1930–31 Malmö FF Winners
Division 3 1930–31 Division 2 Norra 1931–32 IFK Kumla Winners of promotion play-off
Skärgårdens IF Winners of promotion play-off
Division 3 1930–31 Division 2 Södra 1931–32 Höganäs BK Winners of promotion play-off
Mjölby AI Winners of promotion play-off

Relegations[edit]

Relegated from Relegated to Team Reason
Allsvenskan 1930–31 Division 8[1] 1931–32 Redbergslids IK 11th team/excluded[1]
Division 2 Norra 1931–32 Sandvikens IF 12th team
Division 2 Norra 1930–31 Division 3 1931–32 IK City 10th team
Mariehofs IF 11th team
Division 2 Södra 1930–31 Division 3 1931–32 Kalmar AIK 9th team
Kalmar FF 10th team

Domestic results[edit]

Allsvenskan 1930–31[edit]

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AIK
IF Elfsborg
IFK Eskilstuna
GAIS
IFK Göteborg
Helsingborgs IF
Landskrona BoIS
IFK Malmö
Sandvikens IF
IK Sleipner
Redbergslids IK
Örgryte IS
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 GAIS 22 16 4 2 70 34 +36 36
2[2] AIK 22 12 6 4 67 41 +26 30
3[2] IFK Göteborg 22 13 4 5 45 31 +14 30
4 Helsingborgs IF 22 12 2 8 55 43 +12 26
5 Landskrona BoIS 22 11 1 10 47 49 -2 23
6 IFK Malmö 22 9 4 9 42 55 -13 22
7 Örgryte IS 22 8 5 9 45 46 -1 21
8 IK Sleipner 22 7 3 12 53 54 -1 17
9[2] IFK Eskilstuna 22 6 3 13 45 58 -13 15
10[2] IF Elfsborg 22 6 3 13 39 59 -20 15
11[2] Redbergslids IK[1] 22 5 5 12 35 60 -25 15
12 Sandvikens IF 22 6 2 14 39 52 -13 14

Division 2 Norra 1930–31[edit]

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Norra
IK Brage
IK City
Gefle IF
Hallstahammars SK
Hammarby IF
Mariehofs IF
IFK Norrköping
Sandvikens AIK
Surahammars IF
IFK Västerås
Westermalms IF
Södra
BK Derby
BK Drott
Fässbergs IF
IS Halmia
Halmstads BK
Kalmar AIK
Kalmar FF
IFK Kristianstad
Malmö FF
Stattena IF
[3] Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1[2] Hallstahammars SK 20 12 3 5 38 23 +15 27
2[2] IK Brage 20 12 3 5 52 34 +18 27
3 Hammarby IF 20 11 2 7 47 41 +6 24
4 Gefle IF 20 9 5 6 50 24 +26 23
5[2] IFK Norrköping 20 9 4 7 46 29 +17 22
6[2] Sandvikens AIK 20 9 4 7 58 47 +11 22
7[2] Surahammars IF 20 7 4 9 55 51 +4 18
8[2] IFK Västerås 20 6 6 8 34 42 -8 18
9[2] Westermalms IF 20 6 4 10 38 50 -12 16
10[2] IK City 20 7 2 11 41 64 -23 16
11 Mariehofs IF 20 2 3 15 28 82 -54 7

Division 2 Södra 1930–31[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Malmö FF 18 11 3 4 50 22 +28 25
2 BK Drott 18 10 4 4 41 24 +17 24
3 Fässbergs IF 18 10 3 5 36 25 +11 23
4[2] IFK Kristianstad 18 9 4 5 36 29 +7 22
5[2] Halmstads BK 18 10 2 6 31 23 +8 22
6 IS Halmia 18 7 4 7 28 24 +4 18
7 BK Derby 18 6 3 9 26 35 -9 15
8 Stattena IF 18 4 6 8 30 38 -8 14
9 Kalmar AIK 18 5 1 12 24 43 -19 11
10 Kalmar FF 18 3 0 15 15 51 -36 6

Division 2 promotion play-off 1930–31[edit]


14 June 1931
IFK Kumla 2–0 Slottsbrons IF
?, ?

21 June 1931
Slottsbrons IF 3–2 IFK Kumla
?, ?


14 June 1931
Växjö BK 2–1 Mjölby AI
?, ?

21 June 1931
Mjölby AI 5–0 Växjö BK
?, ?

28 June 1931
Växjö BK  ?–?[4]
1–1 (2×aet)
Mjölby AI
?, ?

5 July 1931
Mjölby AI 5–1[5] Växjö BK
?, ?

National team results[edit]

September 28, 1930
Friendly
№ 151

Sweden  0–3  Poland
Ciszewski 39', 69'
Smoczek 43'
Stockholms Stadion, Stockholm
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Aalto (Finland)

Sweden Sweden: Olle Bengtsson - Herbert Lundgren, Gunnar Zacharoff - Rune Carlsson, Wilhelm Petersén, Helge Liljebjörn - Rune Wenzel, Harry Dahl, Per Kaufeldt, Carl-Erik Holmberg, Evert Hansson.


September 28, 1930
Friendly
№ 152

Belgium  2–2  Sweden
Secretin 31'
Braine 39'[6]
Dahl 41', 88'
Stade Vélodrome de Rocourt, Liège
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Miesz (Austria)

Sweden Sweden: Sigfrid Lindberg - Axel Alfredsson, Arne Johansson - Folke Fredenlund, Nils Rosén, Erik Granath - Charles Brommesson, Gunnar Olsson, Harry Lundahl, Albin Dahl, Knut Kroon.


September 28, 1930
1929–32 Nordic Championship
№ 153

Finland  4–4  Sweden
Lehtinen 9', 40', 41'
Koponen 16'
Karlsson 26', 53', 64'
Andersson 60'
Tölö bollplan, Helsinki
Attendance: 7,152
Referee: Remke (Denmark)

Sweden Sweden: Eivar Widlund - Erik Linder, Helge Zachrisson - John Kristiansson, Torsten Lindskog, Gösta Nordström - Gösta Dunker, Åke Andersson, Bertil Karlsson, John "Tjodde" Nilsson, Axel Johansson.


November 16, 1930
Friendly
№ 154

Austria  4–1  Sweden
Gschweidl 40'
Weselik 47'
Schall 56'
Wessely 80'
Engdahl 23'
Hohe Warte, Vienna
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Majorszky (Hungary)

Sweden Sweden: Sigfrid Lindberg - Axel Alfredsson, Arne Johansson - Folke Fredenlund, Nils Rosén, Einar Snitt - John "Jompa" Nilsson, Erik Persson, Per Kaufeldt, Ernst Wahlberg, Wilhelm Engdahl.


June 17, 1931
Friendly
№ 155

Sweden  0–0  Germany
Stockholms Stadion, Stockholm
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Langenus (Belgium)

Sweden Sweden: Anders Rydberg - Herbert Samuelsson, Arne Johansson - Helge Liljebjörn, Nils Rosén, Ernst Andersson - John "Jompa" Nilsson, Erik Persson, Per Kaufeldt, Albin Dahl, Knut Kroon.


June 28, 1931
1929–32 Nordic Championship
№ 156

Sweden  3–1  Denmark
Gardtman 47'
Rydell 76', 88' (p)
Jørgensen 23'
Stockholms Stadion, Stockholm
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Birlem (Germany)

Sweden Sweden: Anders Rydberg - Herbert Samuelsson, Arne Johansson - Helge Liljebjörn, Nils Rosén, Ernst Andersson - John "Jompa" Nilsson, Rolf Gardtman, Sune Zetterberg, Sven Rydell, Evert Hansson.


July 3, 1931
1929–32 Nordic Championship
№ 157

Sweden  8–2  Finland
Gardtman 12'
Zetterberg 18', 25', 30', 55'
Hansson 35', 65', 73'
Lintamo 78'
Grönlund 88' (p)
Stockholms Stadion, Stockholm
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Remke (Denmark)

Sweden Sweden: Anders Rydberg - Herbert Samuelsson, Arne Johansson - Helge Liljebjörn, Nils Rosén, Ernst Andersson - John "Jompa" Nilsson, Rolf Gardtman, Sune Zetterberg, Sven Rydell, Evert Hansson.


July 8, 1931
Friendly
№ 158

Sweden  3–1  Estonia
Jacobsson 27'
Zetterberg 29', 70'
Ellman-Eelma 78'
Nya IP, Sandviken
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Pekonen (Finland)

Sweden Sweden: Eivar Widlund - Axel Alfredsson, Sven Andersson - Walfrid Persson, Thure Svensson, Einar Snitt - Gösta Dunker, Ragnar Jacobsson, Sune Zetterberg, John Sundberg, Rune Eriksson.


July 26, 1931
Friendly
№ 159

Sweden  6–0  Latvia
Sundberg 10', 44', 78'
Roos 12', 25'
Rydell 38' (p)
Arosvallen, Västerås
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Randers-Johansen (Norway)

Sweden Sweden: Martin Larsson - Gusten Berg, Nils Berggren - Rune Carlsson, Thure Svensson, Einar Snitt - Georg Johansson, Sven Rydell, John Sundberg, Hans Garpe, Sigurd Roos.

National team players in season 1930/31[edit]

name pos. caps goals club
Axel "Massa" Alfredsson DF 3 0 AIK
Åke Andersson FW 1 1 IFK Eskilstuna
Ernst Andersson MF 3 0 IFK Göteborg
Sven "Vrålis" Andersson DF 1 0 AIK
Olle Bengtsson GK 1 0 GAIS Göteborg
Gusten (Gustaf) "Gurra" Berg DF 1 0 Hallstahammars SK
Nils Berggren DF 1 0 Hallstahammars SK
Charles "Bromme" Brommesson FW 1 0 Hälsingborgs IF
Rune Carlsson MF 2 0 IFK Eskilstuna
Albin Dahl FW 2 2 Hälsingborgs IF
Harry "Hacke" Dahl FW 1 0 Landskrona BoIS
Gösta Dunker FW 2 0 Sandvikens IF
Wilhelm "Ville" Engdahl FW 1 1 AIK
Rune Eriksson FW 1 0 Sandvikens AIK
Folke "Knopp" Fredenlund MF 2 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Rolf Gardtman FW 2 2 Redbergslids IK Göteborg
Hans Garpe FW 1 0 IFK Västerås
Erik Granath MF 1 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Evert "Sperling" Hansson FW 3 3 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Carl-Erik "Slana" Holmberg FW 1 0 Örgryte IS Göteborg
Ragnar "Bob" Jacobsson FW 1 1 Sandvikens IF
Arne "Tysken" Johansson DF 5 0 Hälsingborgs IF
Axel "Satte" Johansson FW 1 0 Landskrona BoIS
Georg "Massa" Johansson FW 1 0 IK Brage Borlänge
Bertil Karlsson FW 1 3 IFK Eskilstuna
Per "Pära" Kaufeldt FW 3 0 AIK
John Kristiansson MF 1 0 IFK Malmö
Knut "Knutte" Kroon FW 2 0 Hälsingborgs IF
Martin Larsson GK 1 0 Hallstahammars SK
Helge Liljebjörn MF 4 0 GAIS Göteborg
Sigfrid "Sigge" Lindberg GK 2 0 Hälsingborgs IF
Erik Linder DF 1 0 Landskrona BoIS
Torsten Lindskog MF 1 0 IFK Malmö
Harry Lundahl FW 1 0 Hälsingborgs IF
Herbert Lundgren DF 1 0 GAIS Göteborg
John "Jompa" Nilsson FW 4 0 AIK
John "Tjodde" Nilsson FW 1 0 Landskrona BoIS
Gösta Nordström MF 1 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Gunnar "Lill-Gunnar" Olsson FW 1 0 Hälsingborgs IF
Erik "Lillis" Persson FW 2 0 AIK
Walfrid "Valle" Persson MF 1 0 Sandvikens IF
Wilhelm "Mulle" Petersén MF 1 0 AIK
Sigurd (Sigfrid) "Rosa" Roos FW 1 2 IFK Västerås
Nils "Rossi" Rosén MF 5 0 Hälsingborgs IF
Anders Rydberg GK 3 0 IFK Göteborg
Sven "Trollgubben" Rydell FW 3 3 Redbergslids IK Göteborg (2)
Örgryte IS Göteborg (1)
Herbert Samuelsson DF 3 0 IFK Göteborg
Einar Snitt MF 3 0 Sandvikens IF
John Sundberg FW 2 3 Åtvidabergs IF
Thure "Kusken" Svensson MF 2 0 Gefle IF Gävle
Ernst "Sudden" Wahlberg FW 1 0 AIK
Rune Wenzel FW 1 0 GAIS Göteborg
Eivar Widlund GK 2 0 AIK
Gunnar Zacharoff (Zackaroff) DF 1 0 GAIS Göteborg
Helge Zachrisson (Zackrisson) DF 1 0 IF Elfsborg Borås
Sune "Skinnet" Zetterberg FW 3 6 IK Brage Borlänge

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Redbergslids IK were excluded from Allsvenskan and moved to the lowest division in the Swedish football league system (at that time the 8th level, Division 8) for breaking the amateur rules by paying their players. As the club already finished on a relegation spot, there was no need to alter the results and points of Redbergslids IK or other clubs.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Tie breaker is goal average.
  3. ^ 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.
  4. ^ a b c Since extra time, aggregate score and the away goals rule was not used, a third match played on neutral ground decided the play-off.
  5. ^ This replay was played as the third match ended in a draw even after two extra times had been added.
  6. ^ The Belgian sources state that the second Belgian goal Pierre Braine scored at 75', and result after first half was 1:1.

References[edit]

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