Idrottsföreningen Saab was a Swedish sports club from Linköping, Östergötland County founded in 1941 by people working at Saab and most known for its association football and handball teams.[1] They took part in the 1973 Allsvenskan. In 1981, IF Saab merged with BK Derby to form Linköpings FF.

IF Saab
Full nameIdrottsföreningen Saab
Sportsoccer
Founded1941 (1941)
Based inLinköping, Sweden

Beside football, the club also had active sections for the sports badminton, bandy, table tennis, bowling, boxing, archery, bicycle racing, athletics, gymnastics, handball, company sports, skiing, orienteering, tennis and varpa.

References edit

  1. ^ "De allsvenska klubbarnas födelsedagar" (PDF). bolletinen.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 15 June 2023.