Club Friendlies (Regulation Only) 08/11 17:00 - Leksands IF vs Frolunda HC - View
Club Friendlies (Regulation Only) 08/12 14:00 - Frolunda HC vs Färjestad BK - View
Club Friendlies (Regulation Only) 08/18 17:00 - Visby Roma vs Frolunda HC - View
Club Friendlies (Regulation Only) 08/20 14:00 - Frolunda HC vs Djurgårdens IF - View
Club Friendlies (Regulation Only) 08/25 16:00 - Frolunda HC vs Linköping HC - View
Champions Hockey League 09/01 17:05 1 Frolunda HC vs Mountfield HK - View


Swedish Hockey League 04/23 13:15 2 [2] Luleå Hockey v Frolunda HC [4] L 4-1
Swedish Hockey League 04/21 17:30 2 [4] Frolunda HC v Luleå Hockey [2] L 0-2
Swedish Hockey League 04/19 17:00 2 [2] Luleå Hockey v Frolunda HC [4] L 4-2
Swedish Hockey League 04/17 13:00 2 [4] Frolunda HC v Luleå Hockey [2] L 2-4
Swedish Hockey League 04/15 13:00 2 [2] Luleå Hockey v Frolunda HC [4] W 3-6
Swedish Hockey League 04/07 17:00 3 [5] Växjö Lakers HC v Frolunda HC [4] W 2-5
Swedish Hockey League 04/05 17:00 3 [4] Frolunda HC v Växjö Lakers HC [5] W 4-3
Swedish Hockey League 04/03 13:00 3 [5] Växjö Lakers HC v Frolunda HC [4] W 4-5
Swedish Hockey League 04/01 17:00 3 [4] Frolunda HC v Växjö Lakers HC [5] W 4-3
Swedish Hockey League 03/24 18:00 - [4] Frolunda HC v Linköping HC [9] W 3-1
Swedish Hockey League 03/20 17:00 - [1] Rögle BK v Frolunda HC [4] W 3-4
Swedish Hockey League 03/19 14:15 - [4] Frolunda HC v Djurgårdens IF [13] W 5-4

Wikipedia - Frölunda HC

Frölunda Hockey Club, previously known as the Frölunda Indians, is a Swedish professional ice hockey club based in Gothenburg. They currently play in the highest Swedish league, the Swedish Hockey League (SHL), formerly the Elitserien, where they have played for most of the club's existence. They last played in the lower division, the Allsvenskan, in 1995. Frölunda have won the national championship title five times: in 1965, 2003, 2005, 2016 and 2019.

The club was founded on 3 February 1938, as an ice hockey section in Västra Frölunda IF and became independent on 29 March 1984. Prior to the 1995/1996 season, the nickname Indians was adopted. This referring to the successful years of the 1960s, when fans started to call them the "Wild West" (Västra Frölunda is West Frölunda in English). But as they did not want a nickname like cowboys or something with firearms, Indians became the obvious choice. 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. Frölunda's average home attendance has been the highest in the league for over a decade.


In 2003 Frölunda became the champions after a 38-year hiatus. The final game in Scandinavium on 7 April against Färjestad BK was ended by late season recruit Tomi Kallio in the third overtime period. In the 2004–05 season, the club's 60th anniversary and 20th as independent club, the team won the league title, by having the best record during the regular season, and the Swedish Championship. That particular year was notable because the National Hockey League had a labour stoppage due to negotiations between the league and the players association. Many professional hockey players who could not play in the NHL chose to play in European or North American leagues. The largest number of professional NHL players were in Sweden during the season, including Gothenburg native Daniel Alfredsson, who joined his hometown club for the season. This increased the quality of play and many observers said that Elitserien was the best league in the world during 2004–05.

Frölunda set a new Elitserien record on 6 April 2006, by winning the Elitserien playoff semi-finals against Linköpings HC 4–3 after trailing the series 1–3. The season ended with a 2–4 defeat against Färjestads BK in the finals. The second game in the finals Ronnie Sundin played his 685th game for Frölunda becoming the player with most career games for the club.

Frölunda is the biggest winner of the Champions Hockey League, with four titles in 2015–16, 2016–17, 2018–19 and 2019–20.

On 2 February 2022, Frölunda Hockey club presented their new logo. According to the club, the new logo represents the city of Gothenburg, Västra Frölunda, gentleness and excitedness. The logo visualizes two F's, two hands and the letter H which stands for hockey. The new logo received a lot of negative feedback from fans and media. The previous logo was announced 1995 and represented the club for 27 years. After two days, the board decided to withdraw the new logo