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Established
1970 (53 years old)

Sport
Ice Hockey

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Winpos Arena
(5,400 Capacity)

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Location
Umeå

Nicknames
Löven

Competitions
Swedish Hockey Allsvenskan

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Upcoming Events
03 Feb 23 IF Björklöven  -  Kristianstads IK
08 Feb 23 BIK Karlskoga  -  IF Björklöven
10 Feb 23 IF Björklöven  -  Modo Hockey
12 Feb 23 Östersunds IK  -  IF Björklöven
17 Feb 23 IF Björklöven  -  Djurgårdens IF

Latest Results
01 Feb 23 IF Björklöven  2 - 0  Tingsryds AIF
29 Jan 23 Almtuna IS  3 - 5  IF Björklöven
27 Jan 23 IF Björklöven  2 - 0  Östersunds IK
25 Jan 23 Djurgårdens IF  2 - 6  IF Björklöven
20 Jan 23 IF Björklöven  5 - 4  Mora IK

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IF Björklöven (often simply referred to as Björklöven or Löven) is a Swedish professional ice hockey club in Umeå, Västerbotten, in northern Sweden. The club is currently playing in the second-tier league HockeyAllsvenskan as of the 2014–15 season, but has played 15 seasons in the top Swedish league Elitserien (1976–77, 1978–79 to 1988–89, 1993–94, 1998–99 and 2000–01).

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Fredric
Andersson




Charles
David



Christopher
Bengtsson




Linus
Cronholm




Elliot
Ekefjärd




Claes
Endre
#53



William
Eriksson




David
Eriksson




Gerry
Fitzgerald




Felix
Girard




Carl
Holmner-Härgestam




Alex
Hutchings




Karl
Johansson




Viljami
Juusola




Jesper
Lindgren
#5



Mattias
Nörstebö
#15



Jacob
Olofsson




Francis
Perron




Adam
Plant




Alexander
Popovic




Gustav
Possler




Daniel
Rahimi




Sebastian
Selin




Veeti
Vainio




Joona
Voutilainen




Alexander
Wiklund



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Stadium or Home

Winpos Arena is an indoor arena in Umeå, Sweden. It is the home arena of the IF Björklöven and Tegs SK ice hockey teams. Its current capacity is 5,400 spectators.

The arena was first opened on 17 December 1963 as Umeå ishall and rebuilt as Umeå Arena in 2001, which was the name until 2005. On 1 October 2008, the name was reverted to Umeå Arena after a new sponsor deal.

On 17 September 2013, the arena was renamed T3 Center after the Swedish telecommunication company T3 bought the naming rights for at least the following five seasons (through the 2017–18 season).

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