Sweden's national football coach Erik Hamrén announced Thursday afternoon that he will remain at his post.
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Falkenberg FF named former Celtic and Barcelona striker Henrik Larsson as the team's new coach, the club announced on Wednesday.
"This is going to be a lot of fun and inspiring," said Larsson the club's website, according to Reuters. "I like challenges, and I'm looking forward to doing something that everyone outside Falkenberg believes is impossible."
Read more Henke Larsson named Falkenberg's new coach
The Swedish Football Association has suspend four players in the Division 3 club of Gunnilse for their involvement in match fixing, Swedish Radio News reports.
One player, considered to be the ringleader behind the cheating, will be suspended for two years while the remaining three are barred from playing for a year and a half.
Read more Four players suspended for football match fixing
Zlatan Ibrahimovic made history Wednesday when he equalled a Champions League goalscoring record and helped his side Paris Saint-Germain through to the knock-out stages of Europe's top club competition.
In his 100th Champions League appearance, Sweden's captain fired PSG ahead in the seventh minute in the match against Greek side Olympiakos. It was Ibrahimovic's eighth goal in the Champions League this year, and equalled the top scorers record for the group stages of the competition.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic could write himself into the history books Wednesday evening. The Swedish striker will play for Paris Saint-Germain against Olympiakos in the Champions League tonight, but it is off the pitch where the 32 year old could be making all the headlines.
Read more Zlatan up for top sports book award
Sweden saw its 2014 World Cup dreams dashed after losing 2-3 to Portugal Tuesday night with star Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo scoring all three goals against the Swedes.
Trailing by one at half-time, Sweden rallied with back-to-back goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the 68th and 72nd minute. But no sooner had the Swedes gained ground did Ronaldo fire back, scoring his second and third goals of the evening just minutes after Ibrahimovic.
Read more Ronaldo's hat-trick ends Sweden's World Cup run
Captain and talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic issued a rallying cry to supporters ahead of Tueday night’s FIFA World Cup play-off second leg at Friends Arena as Sweden look to overturn Portugal’s slender 1-0 advantage from the first-leg in Lisbon.
Sweden coach Erik Hamrén announced Tuesday lunchtime, an unchanged starting eleven to face the Portugese.
Read more It's all or nothing for Zlatan and Sweden
The Swedish Football Association wants to suspend nine players in the Division 3 club of Gunnilse for their involvement in alleged match fixing, newspaper Göteborgs-Posten writes.
Read more Football Association seeks to suspend 9 players
Sweden lost 0-1 in the first of two World cup play offs against Portugal on Friday night. The two teams were pretty even in the first half, with several Swedish goal chances. But the second half was very much a Portuguese affair, though Ronaldo's goal arrived only in the 83rd minute.
"It was a hard game to play away in a play off, but the game is still on," coach Hamrén told reporters at a press conference in Stockholm on Saturday.
Read more Sweden's dream of the World Cup still alive
Sweden will face off against Portugal Friday night in their first match of the 2014 World Cup play-offs.
The match will see two of the world's biggest players, Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo and Sweden's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, meet in Lisbon to vy for a spot in next year's games.
Read more Sweden meets Portugal tonight in World Cup qualifier
Have you ever wanted to lick Swedish star-striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic? That dream might soon come true as the footballer will get his face on stamps that will be released next year.
Read more Stamp of approval for soccer star Zlatan
A Valmir Berisha hat-trick led Sweden to a 4-1 victory over Argentina in Abu Dhabi Friday, to cement third at the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup. Sweden's achievement of winning bronze in their first junior world finals drew praise from none other than Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Read more Zlatan hails Sweden's U-17 bronze medal heroes
Football supporters in Malmö, southern Sweden have started a campaign to combat homophobic slurs on the terraces.
Read more Swedish football fans fight homophobia
Sweden's national football coach Erik Hamrén has just announced the line-up for Sweden's World Cup play-off games against Portugal later this month. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is in the line-up and Hamrén says that his "injury status" is "ok". Italy pro Albin Ekdal is however not on the list, due to a groin injury.
Read more Hamrén announces line-up against Portugal
Malmö FF have been crowned as Sweden's 2013 Allsvenskan champions (sm guld) for a 17th time. Rikard Norling's side captured the title with one game remaining, following a 2-0 win away at Elfsborg, Monday. The match, at Borås Arena in western Sweden, had been in doubt due to Storm Simone but was given the go ahead by the match referee.
Read more Malmö FF captures 17th Swedish league title