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Mariehem SK (Mariehem sportklubb, MSK) is a Swedish football team from Mariehem in Umeå currently playing in Division 2 Norrland after finishing 8th in 2009.

Mariehem SK
Mariehem SK.png
Full nameMariehem Sportklubb
Nickname(s)MSK
Founded1974
GroundMSK Arena
Umeå
Sweden
Capacity2,500
CoachHamdija Comic
Peter Hägglöv
LeagueDivision 2 Norrland
2012Division 2 Norrland, 4th

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BackgroundEdit

Mariehem SK was formed in 1974 and currently has 28 teams including junior teams (13 women's and girl's teams and 15 men's and boys teams). The club has its own artificial turf pitch called MSK Arena. The club succeeded in 2007 to win their leagues with three of the Senior teams. Mariehem SK's women's team won the Division 3 Västerbotten, Mariehem FF (farm team to the women's team) won the Division 4 Västerbotten and Mariehem SK's men, despite being newcomers, won Division 3 Southern Norrland and moved up to Division 2, where they have played since. The club is affiliated to the Västerbottens Fotbollförbund.[1]

MSK is, and has long been, Umeå football's main nursery. A number of local players have Mariehem SK as the parent club, for example Anton Holmberg (UCD), Mikael Dahlberg (Umeå FC and GIF Sundsvall) and Hanna Ljungberg (Umeå IK).

The club also arranges Umeå Football Festival, which is Sweden's fourth largest football cup competition for children and youth players.

Season to seasonEdit

Season Level Division Section Position Movements
1997 Tier 5 Division 4 Västerbotten Södra 6th
1998 Tier 5 Division 4 Västerbotten Södra 4th
1999 Tier 5 Division 4 Västerbotten Södra 7th
2000 Tier 5 Division 4 Västerbotten Södra 3rd
2001 Tier 5 Division 4 Västerbotten Södra 3rd
2002 Tier 5 Division 4 Västerbotten Södra 8th
2003 Tier 5 Division 4 Västerbotten Södra 3rd
2004 Tier 5 Division 4 Västerbotten Södra 5th
2005 Tier 5 Division 4 Västerbotten Södra 7th
2006* Tier 6 Division 4 Västerbotten Södra 1st Promoted
2007 Tier 5 Division 3 Mellersta Norrland 1st Promoted
2008 Tier 4 Division 2 Norrland 8th
2009 Tier 4 Division 2 Norrland 8th
2010 Tier 4 Division 2 Norrland 10th Relegation Playoffs
2011 Tier 4 Division 2 Norrland 3rd
2012 Tier 4 Division 2 Norrland 4th
2013 Tier 4 Division 2 Norrland 8th
2014 Tier 4 Division 2 Norrland

* League restructuring in 2006 resulted in a new division being created at Tier 3 and subsequent divisions dropping a level. [2][3][4]

AttendancesEdit

In recent seasons Mariehem SK have had the following average attendances:

Season Average Attendance Division / Section Level
2006 Not available Div 4 Västerbotten Södra Tier 6
2007 106 Div 3 Mellersta Norrland Tier 5
2008 140 Div 2 Norrland Tier 4
2009 174 Div 2 Norrland Tier 4
2010 193 Div 2 Norrland Tier 4

* Attendances are provided in the Publikliga sections of the Svenska Fotbollförbundet website. [5]

SquadEdit

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

No. Position Player
26   GK Simon Öttenius
24   GK Achmed Al-Fadhi
2   DF Magnus Dahlin
3   DF Jesse Kalliokoski
4   DF Gustav Thoms
6   DF Abdi Hassan
7   MF David Norrman
8   MF Zakaria Chennoufi
9   MF Sirac Guliyev
10   MF Eric Ntekizimana
11   DF Mohammed Al-Harbi
No. Position Player
12   MF Emil Sjöberg
13   FW Kim Lundmark
14   MF Tobias Hedendahl Filipsson
15   MF Simon Söderlind
16   MF Robin Åberg
17   DF Ibrahime Bah
18   MF Olle Abrahamsson
19   FW Robin Arestav
22   MF Markus Kåla
35   MF Hadi Hussein

Staff members 2014Edit

  •   Hamdija Comic – Coach
  •   Peter Hägglöv – Coach
  •   Christer Öttenius – Equipment Manager

External linksEdit

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ "Kontaktuppgifter och tävlingar – Västerbottens Fotbollförbund – Svenskfotboll.se". Retrieved 2011-01-14.
  2. ^ "GAIS – Lagfacta – Mariehem SK". Retrieved 2010-09-09.
  3. ^ "Norrland - Division 2 – Fotbollsserier 2010 – Fotboll – everysport.com". Retrieved 2010-09-16.
  4. ^ "Sweden Final Tables – Clas Glenning". Archived from the original on 2010-07-31. Retrieved 2010-09-16.
  5. ^ "Kontaktuppgifter och tävlingar – Svenska Fotbollförbundet – svenskfotboll.se". Retrieved 2010-11-14.