Mjällby AIF

Mjällby AIF
Full name Mjällby Allmänna
Founded 1 April 1939 (1939-04-01)
Ground Strandvallen, Hällevik
Ground Capacity 6,750
Chairman Magnus Emeus
Head coach Patrik Rosengren
League Division 1 Södra
2016 Division 1 Södra, 8th
Website Club home page
A chart showing the progress of Mjällby AIF through the swedish football league system. The different shades of gray represent league divisions.
Mjällby AIF players lining up before a 2013 Allsvenskan game.
Main entrance to Strandvallen.

Mjällby Allmänna Idrottsförening, also known simply as Mjällby AIF, Mjällby or (especially locally) MAIF, is a Swedish professional football club based in Hällevik. The club is affiliated to Blekinge Fotbollförbund and play its home games at Strandvallen. The club colours, reflected in their crest and kit, are yellow and black. Formed on 1 April 1939, the club have played eight seasons in Sweden's highest football league Allsvenskan, the club's first season in the league was in 1980. The club are currently playing in Division 1 Södra (3rd level). With eight seasons in the top division Allsvenskan most recent in 2014, Mjällby AIF is the most successful football team from the province of Blekinge.

Former Sweden national football team players Christian Wilhelmsson and Mattias Asper began their careers at the club. Both players also ended their playing careers in Mjällby.


First-team squad

As of 25 June, 2016[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Sweden GK Hampus Strömgren
2 Sweden DF Jens Sjöström
3 Sweden DF Adi Terzic
4 Sweden DF Adam Larsson
5 Sweden DF William Leandersson
6 Sweden DF André Stjärnstrand
7 Sweden MF Sandro Nalic
8 Sweden MF Joel Nilsson
9 Sweden FW Joel Wedenell
10 Sweden FW Marcus Ekenberg (captain)
11 Sweden MF Edis Agelius
12 Sweden MF David Löfquist
No. Position Player
13 Sweden MF Daniel Nilsson
14 Sweden MF Hannes Andersson
17 Ghana FW Mamudo Moro
18 Sweden DF Kevin Carlsson
19 Sweden DF Rasmus Persson
20 Nigeria MF Theophilus Ola
21 Sweden MF Albert Ejupi
22 Sweden MF Jesper Gustavsson
23 Sweden MF Fabian Gustavsson
29 Sweden FW André Reinholdsson
30 Sweden GK Phillip Olsson


  • Sweden Johnny Ringerg (1954–56)
  • Sweden Sven-Olle Malmberg (1956–58)
  • Sweden John Nilsson (1959)
  • Sweden Gösta Färm (1960–61)
  • Sweden Elon Nilsson (1962)
  • Sweden Folke Jönsson (1963)
  • Sweden Arne Lindskog (1964)
  • Sweden Bror Sjöholm (1965–66)
  • Sweden Kjell Larsson (1967)
  • Sweden Gösta Färm (1968)
  • Austria Adolf Vogel (1969–70)
  • Sweden Arne Svensson (1971–74)
  • Sweden Jan-Ove Jansson (1975–78)
  • Sweden Bo Nilsson (1979–80)
  • Sweden Håkan Håkansson (1981)





    1. "Spelare" (in Swedish). Mjällby AIF. Retrieved 6 July 2013.
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