She has won the lot in domestic football but Monday night's end of season football awards was the first time that Nilla Fisher has been named Sweden's 'Footballer of the Year', and the 34-year-old used her acceptance speech to call for gender equality in the game.
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- 1 av 2Victor Lindelöf.2 av 2Awards night.
AIK of Stockholm won their first Allsvenskan title in nine years with a 1-0 win away at Kalmar, Sunday, to finish two points clear of IFK Norrköping and set a new record for least goals conceded in a season.
- 1 av 2Top flight football.
The Swedish football season comes to a climax this weekend with AIK and IFK Norrköping both in with a chance of winning Allsvenskan gold.
The international youth football tournament Gothia Cup in Gothenburg has invited the team of the twelve Thai boys who were trapped for 17 days in a cave in Thailand, the Wild Boars Football Club, to come to next year's tournament as special guests with all expenses covered.
- Returning to Sweden.
The coach for Sweden's men's team in football, Janne Andersson, told reporters at a press conference in Stockholm on Monday that he has "mixed emotions" about coming home.
- Analysis and looking ahead.
What went wrong for Sweden, when the lost the World Cup quarterfinals to England on Saturday, and what lies ahead for the team?
- Out of tournament.
England dashed Sweden's World Cup dreams on Saturday, beating them 2-0 in Samara, Russia.
- 1 av 2Football players.2 av 2Quarter final match.
Sweden trails England 0-2 during the quarter-final match for the 2018 World Cup.
- Almedalen political week begins, risk of forest fires stops logging, Sweden vs Switzerland2:08 min 2:08 minRadio Sweden Daily brings you a round-up of the main news in Sweden on July 2nd 2018.
- 1 av 9Footballer celebrating3 av 9Sweden's defender Ludwig Augustinsson (L) and Mexico's defender Carlos Salcedo (R) vie for the ball4 av 9Footballers6 av 9Sweden fans in Russia7 av 9Sweden flag on pitch8 av 9Swedish footballers training9 av 9Ekaterinburg Arena.
Sweden won 3-0 against Mexico, including one penalty and one own goal by Mexico, performing superbly in a match it had to win to survive in the World Cup.
Open air screenings of World Cup matches in a Stockholm neighbourhood have succeeded in promoting integration throughout the community, organisers of the initiative say.
- After social media hate attacking Durmaz.
Organisers of a demonstration to be held in Stockholm this Friday, hope the event will show that football is about love rather than hate.
- Racism row.
Sweden players and management have spoken out against racist abuse directed at Jimmy Durmaz following the team's loss to Germany in the World Cup.
The only goal of the match was by Andreas Granqvist after a penalty.
- 2018 World Cup Russia
Sweden's World Cup campaign gets underway when they meet South Korea in Nizhny Novgorod on Monday. "With Germany losing yesterday,it's a must win game," says Radio Sweden's Dave Russell.