2006–07 in Swedish bandy

The 2006–07 season in Swedish bandy, starting August 2006 and ending July 2007:

HonoursEdit

Official titlesEdit

Title Team Reason
Swedish Champions 2006–07 Edsbyns IF Winners of Elitserien play-off
Swedish Cup Champions 2006 Sandvikens AIK Winners of Svenska Cupen

CompetitionsEdit

Level Competition Team
1st level Allsvenskan Norra 2006 Edsbyns IF
Allsvenskan Södra 2006 Hammarby IF
Elitserien 2007 Västerås SK
Superallsvenskan 2007 Broberg/Söderhamn Bandy
Elitserien play-off 2007 Edsbyns IF
2nd level Division 1 Norra 2006 Kalix Bandy
Division 1 Mellersta 2006 Västanfors IF
Division 1 Södra 2006 Gripen Trollhättan BK
Division 1 Norra Playoff 2007 Tillberga IK
Division 1 Södra Playoff 2007 Gripen Trollhättan BK
Cup Svenska Cupen 2006 Sandvikens AIK

Promotions, relegations and qualificationsEdit

PromotionsEdit

Promoted from Promoted to Team Reason
Division 1 Södra Playoff 2007 Allsvenskan Södra 2007–08 Gripen Trollhättan BK Winners

RelegationsEdit

Relegated from Relegated to Team Reason
Superallsvenskan 2007 Division 1 2007–08 Örebro SK 2nd in Södra Promotion/Relegation Group
Division 1 2007–08 BS BolticGöta 7th team
Division 1 2007–08 Ljusdals BK 8th team

Domestic resultsEdit

2006 Allsvenskan NorraEdit

Played between 8 November 2006 – 29 December 2006.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Edsbyns IF 14 13 0 1 134 48 +86 26
2 Sandvikens AIK 14 12 1 1 144 40 +104 25
3 Bollnäs GIF 14 9 1 4 62 60 +2 19
4 Falu BS 14 6 1 7 53 75 −22 13
5 Broberg/Söderhamn Bandy 14 4 1 9 68 71 −3 9
6 IK Sirius 14 3 1 10 42 77 −35 7
7 Ljusdals BK 14 3 1 10 52 102 −50 7
8 Tillberga IK 14 3 0 11 55 107 −52 6

2006 Allsvenskan SödraEdit

Played between 10 November 2006 – 29 December 2006.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Hammarby IF 14 12 1 1 94 41 +53 25
2 Västerås SK 14 9 3 2 64 38 +26 21
3 Vetlanda BK 14 9 1 4 75 52 +23 19
4 Villa Lidköping BK 14 4 5 5 46 52 −6 13
5 IFK Motala 14 5 2 7 57 63 −6 12
6 IFK Vänersborg 14 4 3 7 47 58 −11 11
7 Örebro SK 14 2 2 10 52 87 −35 6
8 BS BolticGöta 14 2 1 11 44 88 −44 5

2007 ElitserienEdit

Played between 3 January 2007 – 18 February 2007.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Västerås SK 11 7 3 1 47 33 +14 17
2 Edsbyns IF 11 8 0 3 64 45 +19 16
3 Sandvikens AIK 11 7 1 3 63 38 +25 15
4 Hammarby IF 11 5 1 5 59 46 +13 11
5 Bollnäs GIF 11 5 0 6 42 52 −10 10
6 Vetlanda BK 11 4 1 6 49 49 0 9
7 Villa Lidköping BK 11 4 0 7 36 64 −28 8
8 Falu BS 11 0 2 9 39 72 −33 2

2007 SuperallsvenskanEdit

Played between 3 January 2007 – 18 February 2007.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD BP Pts
1 Broberg/Söderhamn Bandy 11 6 2 3 64 46 +18 3 17
2 IFK Vänersborg 11 6 2 3 45 36 +9 2 16
3 IFK Motala 11 5 2 4 58 52 +6 3 15
4 IK Sirius 11 6 1 4 50 48 +2 2 15
5 Örebro SK 11 4 3 4 56 53 +3 3 14
6 Tillberga IK 11 5 1 5 58 58 0 0 11
7 BS Boltic/Göta 11 5 0 6 65 66 −1 0 10
8 Ljusdals BK 11 1 1 9 30 67 −37 1 4

2007 Allsvenskan Norra qualification play-offEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Tillberga IK 6 5 1 0 35 23 +12 11
2 Kalix Bandy 6 4 1 1 41 25 +16 9
3 Selånger SK 6 1 0 5 25 38 −13 2
4 Västanfors IF 6 1 0 5 27 42 −15 2

2007 Allsvenskan Södra qualification play-offEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Gripen Trollhättan BK 6 5 0 1 37 21 +16 10
2 Örebro SK 6 3 0 3 41 32 +9 6
3 Finspångs AIK 6 3 0 3 23 34 −11 6
4 IFK Kungälv 6 1 0 5 26 40 −14 2

2007 Elitserien play-offEdit

First round

IFK Motala4–3Falu BS


Quarter-finals



Semi-finals

Final
Hammarby IF3–4Edsbyns IF
M. Bergwall   28' (pen)
Spjuth   43'
Ericsson   63'
Edling   69' (pen)
Olsson   73'
Hedqvist   86'
Pär Törnberg   97'

National team resultsEdit

Russian Government Cup 2006Edit

In the Russian Government Cup 2006, played in Irkutsk and Shelekhov, Sweden won the silver medals. The Russian club team Baykal-Energiya Irkutsk replaced Finland, as the Finns chose not to come to the tournament.

Bandy World Championship for men 2007Edit

In the Bandy World Championship 2007, Sweden played in Group A. Sweden played the following matches and won the silver medals.[1]

Preliminary round
Semifinal
Final

Bandy World Championship for women 2007Edit

In the Bandy World Championship for women 2007, Sweden played the following matches and won the gold medals,[2] becoming world champions for the third time.

Preliminary round
Semifinal
Final

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "World Championships 2006/07". bandysidan.nu. Retrieved 6 April 2014.
  2. ^ "World Championships Women 2006/07". bandysidan.nu. Retrieved 6 April 2014.