History and achievements
The Sweden national football team is one of the strongest football teams in the World. The team participated in the World Cup final for 11 times and managed to win medals in the Olympic Games for three times.
They finished second in 1958 World Cup, beaten by Brazil 2-5. In 1950 and 1994 Sweden finished third. Today Sweden has the 17th position in the FIFA World Ranking.
The squad made its debut in European tournaments in 1992 where they managed to leave Denmark, England and France behind and finished second losing to Germany in semifinal.
In 1996 Sweden didn’t take part in the championship in Great Britain.
Unlike at Euro 2000 Sweden proved to be a strong team in 2004 when they beat Bulgaria 5-0 and drawed with Italy and Denmark. In quarterfinal the Netherlands won Sweden on penalties.
In Poland and Ukraine the Scandinavian team missed just a little bit of luck losing to Ukraine and England in tough games and slumping France.
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|№||Name and surname||Role||Ranking||Age||Weight||Height||Country|
|35 years||95 kg||192 cm||Sweden|
|30 years||85 kg||187 cm||Sweden|
|29 years||77 kg||185 cm||Sweden|
|34 years||79 kg||181 cm||Sweden|
|45 years||177 cm||Sweden|
|32 years||84 kg||192 cm||Sweden|
|40 years||75 kg||175 cm||Sweden|
|39 years||82 kg||189 cm||Sweden|
|35 years||88 kg||199 cm||Sweden|
|57 years||82 kg||188 cm||Sweden|
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