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AIK fans take home a piece of Råsunda

Published måndag 26 november 2012 kl 16:28
Fans sought for the seats they had known for so long. Here Thomas and Dennis Neuman with their seats. Photo: Bengt Hansell/Sveriges Radio
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Fans sought for the seats they had known for so long. Here Thomas and Dennis Neuman with their seats. Photo: Bengt Hansell/Sveriges Radio
Bengt Hansell from Swedish Radio took home some turf. Photo: Rickard Fredén/Sveriges Radio
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Bengt Hansell from Swedish Radio took home some turf. Photo: Rickard Fredén/Sveriges Radio
The queue stretched 200 metres round the arena. Photo: Bengt Hansell/Sveriges Radio.
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The queue stretched 200 metres round the arena. Photo: Bengt Hansell/Sveriges Radio.

Since 1937 the Stockholm football team AIK called the Råsunda arena home. Now the last match has been played, and yesterday the stadium opened its doors for the last time, to allow fans to take away souveniers. Swedish Radio reporter Anders Ljungberg is a supporter of AIK, who talked about the last few days. Presenter Loukas Christodoulou began by asking how long Anders has been a supporter.

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