AIK Fotball or AIK are a Swedish football club based in the country's capital Stockholm and they play their home matches wearing black shirts with yellow trim. Their shirts are supplied by German brand adidas and their away kit is usually all white. The club have had several kit manufacturers in their history including Puma, Hummel, Umbro, Nike and adidas.
Swedish club AIK Stockholm is based in the city of Solna, in the north of capital city Stockholm. The club was founded in 1891 by Isidor Behrens, as a public club for the general public where the main activity was to be athletics. The football department of the club was founded 5 years later in 1896. Today, the team plays in the highest division of Swedish football, the Allsvenskan. They have been crowned Swedish champions 10 times, and they have won the Allsvenskan on 4 occasions.
Swedish outfit AIK Stockholm have officially released their new home and away kits for 2014 [...]
AIK is a Swedish club from Stockholm playing in the top division in the country, the Allsvenskan [...]
Swedish champions AIK Stockholm have revealed their new ome kit which the team will wear for the 2010 Allsvenskan season [...]
Currently they are managed by Swedish manager Rikard Norling, captained by Swedish midfielder Daniel Tjernstrom, and play their home games in the Rasunda Stadium. AIK enjoy one of the biggest fan-bases in Sweden and had average attendances of 20 thousand supporters per match last season. The 2008 Allsvenskan season has just kicked off, with the first match being played on the 30th March. It is thus difficult to analyse how AIK will perform this season. Until the fourth round, AIK have won once, drawn twice and lost once, therefore at this stage it is difficult to predict what direction AIK Stockholm will take in the 2008 campaign.
Stockholm's biggest local rivals are Hammarby and Djurgarden. Matches against these teams, especially the latter, attract huge interest in the country and even abroad, with stadium turnouts being particularly high, nearly filling up 36000-capacity Rasunda Stadium. Another Swedish rival is Gothenburg-based club IFK Goteborg, which has been crowned Swedish champions 18 times and provide the biggest threat to Stockholm's push for success. Goteborg are the current holders of the Allsvenskan 2007, while AIK ranked 5th. Over 79 seasons in the Allsvenskan, (until 14 April 2008) AIK have gained 2748 points from 1827 matches, winning 754, losing 587 and drawing 486.