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Ice hockey in Sweden has a history going back to at least 1912 and is one of the country's most popular sports. The sport was first organized in the country by the Swedish Football Association (SvFF), which was a member of the IIHF in 1912. The ice hockey department of the SvFF eventually split off to become the Swedish Ice Hockey Association (SIHA) which today is still responsible for organizing Sweden's domestic leagues and its participation in tournaments internationally. The highest tier of men's ice hockey in Sweden, the SHL, brought in 1,974,388 spectators in the 2013–14 season, the highest overall attendance in Swedish sports. The SHL's average of 5,983 spectators per match is bested only by Allsvenskan, the country's top flight of association football.

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  • Ice hockey in Sweden
  • Eishockey in Schweden
  • Hockey sur glace en Suède
  • Ishockey i Sverige
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  • Cet article traite du hockey sur glace en Suède.
  • Ishockey i Sverige har spelats sedan början av 1920-talet. Det fanns i början av 2000-talet 726 idrottsföreningar med ishockey på programmet i Sverige, och 2 829 lag. Det fanns 62 003 licensierade spelare och domare. Sverige har även 354 ishallar och 136 isbanor. Svenska ishockeyförbundet bildades den 17 november 1922 och var medlem i Sveriges riksidrottsförbund sedan starten och i Internationella ishockeyförbundet IIHF sedan 1920. De två första åren som IIHF-medlem ansvarade Svenska Fotbollförbundet för svensk ishockey, och representerade Sverige i IIHF.
  • Eishockey gilt als eine der beliebtesten Sportarten Schwedens. Prozentual gesehen betreiben 0,75 % der Bevölkerung (ca. 67.500) den Sport, damit liegt das skandinavische Land auf Platz 3 hinter Kanada (1,76 %) und Finnland (1,2 %). Im Vergleich dazu spielen in Deutschland nur 0,04 Prozent der Bevölkerung Eishockey, in der Schweiz und in Österreich liegt die Quote bei 0,35 bzw. 0,1 Prozent.
  • Ice hockey in Sweden has a history going back to at least 1912 and is one of the country's most popular sports. The sport was first organized in the country by the Swedish Football Association (SvFF), which was a member of the IIHF in 1912. The ice hockey department of the SvFF eventually split off to become the Swedish Ice Hockey Association (SIHA) which today is still responsible for organizing Sweden's domestic leagues and its participation in tournaments internationally. The highest tier of men's ice hockey in Sweden, the SHL, brought in 1,974,388 spectators in the 2013–14 season, the highest overall attendance in Swedish sports. The SHL's average of 5,983 spectators per match is bested only by Allsvenskan, the country's top flight of association football.
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  • Eishockey gilt als eine der beliebtesten Sportarten Schwedens. Prozentual gesehen betreiben 0,75 % der Bevölkerung (ca. 67.500) den Sport, damit liegt das skandinavische Land auf Platz 3 hinter Kanada (1,76 %) und Finnland (1,2 %). Im Vergleich dazu spielen in Deutschland nur 0,04 Prozent der Bevölkerung Eishockey, in der Schweiz und in Österreich liegt die Quote bei 0,35 bzw. 0,1 Prozent. Organisiert wird der Eishockeysport auf nationaler Ebene vom schwedischen Eishockeyverband Svenska Ishockeyförbundet. In der aktuellen IIHF-Weltrangliste liegt das schwedische Herrenteam auf Platz 2, die Damen belegen den 4. Platz.
  • Cet article traite du hockey sur glace en Suède.
  • Ice hockey in Sweden has a history going back to at least 1912 and is one of the country's most popular sports. The sport was first organized in the country by the Swedish Football Association (SvFF), which was a member of the IIHF in 1912. The ice hockey department of the SvFF eventually split off to become the Swedish Ice Hockey Association (SIHA) which today is still responsible for organizing Sweden's domestic leagues and its participation in tournaments internationally. The highest tier of men's ice hockey in Sweden, the SHL, brought in 1,974,388 spectators in the 2013–14 season, the highest overall attendance in Swedish sports. The SHL's average of 5,983 spectators per match is bested only by Allsvenskan, the country's top flight of association football. The first recorded official ice hockey game at Swedish soil was played at the Stockholm Stadium on 30 January 1921 when IFK Uppsala defeated Berliner SC, 4–1.
  • Ishockey i Sverige har spelats sedan början av 1920-talet. Det fanns i början av 2000-talet 726 idrottsföreningar med ishockey på programmet i Sverige, och 2 829 lag. Det fanns 62 003 licensierade spelare och domare. Sverige har även 354 ishallar och 136 isbanor. Svenska ishockeyförbundet bildades den 17 november 1922 och var medlem i Sveriges riksidrottsförbund sedan starten och i Internationella ishockeyförbundet IIHF sedan 1920. De två första åren som IIHF-medlem ansvarade Svenska Fotbollförbundet för svensk ishockey, och representerade Sverige i IIHF.
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