Sweden national football team

Sweden
Nickname(s)Blågult
(the Blue-Yellow)
AssociationSvenska Fotbollförbundet (SvFF)
ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
Head coachJanne Andersson
CaptainAndreas Granqvist
Most capsAnders Svensson (148)
Top scorerZlatan Ibrahimović (62)
Home stadiumFriends Arena
FIFA codeSWE
FIFA ranking
CurrentTemplate:FIFA World Rankings
Highest2 (November 1994)
Lowest45 (March 2015, October–November 2015, March 2017)
Elo ranking
CurrentTemplate:World Football Elo Ratings
Highest2 (May–June 1949, October 1949, July 1950)
Lowest48 (September 1980, May 1981)
First international
23x15px Sweden 11–3 Norway 23x15px
(Gothenburg, Sweden; 12 July 1908)
Biggest win
23x15px Sweden 12–0 Latvia 23x15px
(Stockholm, Sweden; 29 May 1927)
23x15px Sweden 12–0 Korea Republic 23x15px
(London, England; 5 August 1948)
Biggest defeat
Template:Fbo 12–1 Sweden 23x15px
(London, England; 20 October 1908)
World Cup
Appearances12 (first in 1934)
Best resultRunners-up (1958)
European Championship
Appearances6 (first in 1992)
Best resultSemi-finals (1992)

Sweden national football team is the national football team of Sweden. They made it to 2nd place in the 1958 FIFA World Cup, and the semi-finals in the Euro 1992.

Most appearances

# Player Career Caps Goals
1 Anders Svensson 1999–2013 130 21
2 Thomas Ravelli 1981–1997 143 0
3 Andreas Isaksson 2002–2016 133 0
4 Kim Källström 2001–2016 131 16
5 Olof Mellberg 2000–2012 117 8
6 Zlatan Ibrahimović 2001–2016 116 62
Roland Nilsson 1986–2000 116 2
8 Björn Nordqvist 1963–1978 115 0
9 Niclas Alexandersson 1993–2008 109 7
10 Henrik Larsson 1993–2009 106 37

Top scorers

# Player Career Goals Caps
1 Zlatan Ibrahimović 2001–2016 62 116
2 Sven Rydell 1921–1932 49 43
3 Gunnar Nordahl 1942–1948 43 33
4 Henrik Larsson 1993–2009 37 106
5 Gunnar Gren 1939–1958 32 57
6 Kennet Andersson 1990–2000 31 83
7 Marcus Allbäck 1999–2008 30 74
8 Martin Dahlin 1991–1997 29 60
9 Agne Simonsson 1956–1961 27 51
10 Tomas Brolin 1990–1995 26 47

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