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1938 (83 years old)

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(12,044 Capacity)

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Gothenburg, Sweden


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27 Feb 21 Frölunda HC  -  Djurgårdens IF
02 Mar 21 Malmö Redhawks  -  Frölunda HC
06 Mar 21 Frölunda HC  -  IK Oskarshamn
09 Mar 21 HV71  -  Frölunda HC
11 Mar 21 Frölunda HC  -  Skellefteå AIK

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25 Feb 21 Luleå HF  3 - 4  Frölunda HC
20 Feb 21 Frölunda HC  0 - 4  Rögle BK
18 Feb 21 Linköpings HC  2 - 0  Frölunda HC
16 Feb 21 Frölunda HC  2 - 3  Malmö Redhawks
06 Feb 21 Leksands IF  3 - 2  Frölunda HC

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Frölunda Hockey Club, also known as the Frölunda Indians, is a Swedish professional ice hockey club based in Gothenburg. They are currently playing in the highest Swedish league, Swedish Hockey League (SHL; formerly Elitserien), where they have played the majority of the seasons during the club's existence. The last time they played in the lower division, Allsvenskan, was in 1995. Frölunda have won the national championship title three times, in 1965, 2003, and 2005.

The club was originally founded on 3 February 1938, as an ice hockey section in Västra Frölunda IF and became independent on 29 March 1984. On 16 June 2004, the club shortened the name from Västra Frölunda Hockey Club to Frölunda Hockey Club.

Frölunda's home venue is the Scandinavium arena in central Gothenburg, which has a capacity of 12,044 people. Frölundaborg is used when Scandinavium is occupied with other events. Förlunda's average home attendance has been the highest in the league for over a decade.

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Scandinavium is the primary indoor sports and event arena in Gothenburg, Sweden. Construction on Scandinavium began in 1969 after decades of setbacks, the arena was built in time for the 350th year anniversary celebration of the City of Gothenburg and was inaugurated on 18 May 1971.

Scandinavium has been selected as a championship arena at least fifty times, hosting events such as World Championships in handball and ice hockey, European championships, Davis Cup finals, and in 1985 the Eurovision Song Contest. Scandinavium is the home arena for Frölunda HC of Swedish Hockey League, and venue for the annual Göteborg Horse Show.



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