Yesterday was the final Stockholm derby for this 2019 season of Allsvenskan. With Djurgården sitting at the top of the table and Hammarby in fourth place and closing in it was always going to be real tense game.
Mohamed Buya Turay’s goal at the 54th minute was enough for Djurgårdens IF to secure the win and pick up 3 points against Falkenbergs FF.
Hammarby defeats AIK 2-1 to maintain their fourth place position just 6 points behind league leaders Djurgårdens IF in an exciting Stockholm derby match.
The Swedish Women’s National Team normally plays their matches out of Göteborg, but in the run to the World Cup they played against Germany in Stockholm.
New season same old Djurgården. Started really strong and it looked like the game could end 4-0. But when the final whistle blew it was 2-2.
Here’s one from yesterday’s Allsvenskan premiere between AIK and Östersund. Östersund held on for dear life and managed to squeeze out a point.
BK Häcken is through to the final of the Swedish Cup after defeating Djurgården 3-2 in extra time with a goal from Mervan Celik.
Yesterday I was in Kalmar for AIK’s first place celebrations. Tonight it was Globen and photographing the Swedish Football Awards.
AIK wins 2018 Allsvenskan. I made the trip to Kalmar to cover the final match day of the season and see AIK lift the Lennart Johansson trophy.
Last Friday I had the pleasure of going photograph former Man U & Milan player Jesper Blomqvist at his pizzeria 450 Gradi in a Stockholm suburb.
Sweden meet Slovakia in a pretty boring international friendly at a half empty Friends Arena.