Fixtures

Sweden Allsvenskan 05/27 17:10 11 AIK vs IFK Goteborg - View
Sweden Allsvenskan 06/02 14:30 12 BK Hacken vs AIK - View
World Club Friendlies 06/23 12:00 - AIK vs Viking FK - View
World Club Friendlies 06/29 13:00 - Sparta Prague vs AIK - View
Sweden Allsvenskan 07/07 12:00 13 AIK vs Kalmar FF - View
Sweden Allsvenskan 07/15 17:00 14 Halmstad vs AIK - View

Results

Sweden Allsvenskan 05/19 12:00 10 [9] Hammarby v AIK [7] L 2-1
Sweden Allsvenskan 05/15 17:00 9 [11] Elfsborg v AIK [6] L 6-1
Sweden Allsvenskan 05/11 13:00 8 [2] AIK v Sirius [13] L 1-3
Sweden Allsvenskan 05/05 14:30 7 [5] AIK v IFK Norrkoping [7] W 6-2
Sweden Allsvenskan 04/28 12:00 6 [1] Malmo FF v AIK [2] L 5-0
Sweden Allsvenskan 04/24 17:00 5 [2] AIK v IFK Varnamo [13] W 2-0
Sweden Allsvenskan 04/21 12:00 4 [7] AIK v Djurgarden [2] W 2-0
Sweden Allsvenskan 04/13 13:00 3 [3] Mjällby AIF v AIK [6] D 1-1
Sweden Allsvenskan 04/06 13:00 2 [2] Brommapojkarna v AIK [6] D 2-2
Sweden Allsvenskan 04/01 14:30 1 [5] AIK v Västerås SK FK [12] W 1-0
World Club Friendlies 03/26 15:30 - AIK v Valerenga W 4-0
Sweden Cup 03/17 14:00 2 AIK v Djurgarden L 3-4

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 44 24 20
Wins 19 12 7
Draws 11 6 5
Losses 14 6 8
Goals for 66 39 27
Goals against 58 23 35
Clean sheets 14 10 4
Failed to score 8 4 4

Wikipedia - AIK Fotboll

AIK Fotboll (LSE: 0DI2), more commonly known simply as AIK (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈɑ̂ːiːˌkoː]), an abbreviation for Allmänna Idrottsklubben (meaning the public or general sports club), is a Swedish professional football club competing in Allsvenskan, the top flight of Swedish football. The club was founded 1891 in Stockholm and the football department was formed in 1896. AIK's home ground is Friends Arena, located in Solna, just north of the Stockholm City Centre.

League champions in 2018, AIK has 12 championship titles and is third in the all-time Allsvenskan table. The club holds the record for having played the most seasons in the Swedish top flight.

In Europe, AIK reached the quarter-finals of the 1996–97 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, qualified for the 1999–00 UEFA Champions League group stage, and competed in the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League group stage.

History

AIK, also known as Allmänna Idrottsklubben, is a professional soccer team based in Stockholm, Sweden. Founded in 1891, AIK is one of the most successful and popular soccer clubs in Sweden. The team plays their home matches at the Friends Arena, which has a capacity of over 50,000 spectators.

AIK has a rich history of success, having won numerous league titles and domestic cups. The team is known for their passionate fan base, known as the "Black Army," who create a lively and electric atmosphere at matches.

AIK has a reputation for developing talented young players and playing an attractive style of soccer. The team is known for their strong defensive organization and quick, attacking play.

Overall, AIK is a powerhouse in Swedish soccer, with a storied history and a bright future ahead.