Sweden

Sweden

FIFA Ranking: 24th
The Sweden national football team represents Sweden in association football and is controlled by the Swedish Football Association, the governing body for football in Sweden. Sweden's home ground is Friends Arena in the Stockholm urban area and the team is led by Janne Andersson.

Sweden made their first World Cup appearance in 1934. Sweden has made eleven World Cup appearances and six appearances in the European Championships. They finished second in the 1958 FIFA World Cup, and third in both 1950 and 1994. Sweden's accomplishments also include a gold medal in the 1948 Summer Olympics, and bronze medals in 1924 and 1952. They reached the semi-finals in UEFA Euro 1992. Description provided by Wikipedia

The Sweden Squad

1. Victor Lindelöf Sweden 1.3m fans 730.6
2. John Guidetti Sweden 598.4k fans 567.1
3. Pontus Jansson Sweden 178.3k fans 428.2
4. Jimmy Durmaz Sweden 160.4k fans 410.6
5. Emil Forsberg Sweden 154.7k fans 404.0
6. Albin Ekdal Sweden 146.4k fans 396.7
7. Mikael Lustig Sweden 137.9k fans 389.4
8. Robin Olsen Sweden 104.3k fans 352.8
9. Marcus Berg Sweden 103.2k fans 349.2
10. Andreas Granqvist Sweden 75.6k fans 309.7
11. Ola Toivonen Sweden 70.9k fans 303.1
12. Martin Olsson Sweden 64.5k fans 293.6
13. Sebastian Larsson Sweden 63.5k fans 290.7
14. Ludwig Augustinsson Sweden 61.2k fans 283.4
15. Isaac Kiese Thelin Sweden 48.1k fans 264.4
16. Oscar Hiljemark Sweden 34.8k fans 229.3
17. Emil Krafth Sweden 18.1k fans 173.0
18. Karl-Johan Johnsson Sweden 11.7k fans 150.3
19. Filip Helander Sweden No fans 149.9
20. Marcus Rohden Sweden 6.1k fans 126.2
21. Gustav Svensson Sweden 5.6k fans 123.2
22. Kristoffer Nordfeldt Sweden 4.4k fans 116.7
23. Viktor Claesson Sweden 32 fans 48.7

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