AIK Innebandy

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AIK Innebandy (often referred to as AIK IBF or simply AIK) is a Swedish floorball club and a department of AIK. The club is currently playing in the highest Swedish floorball league, the Svenska Superligan (SSL). AIK won their first championship in 2006 when they defeated Pixbo Wallenstam IBK in the SSL final. In 2009 they won their second championship, beating Warberg IC in the final.


Pre-Svenska Superligan

AIK Innebandy was founded in 1996. In their debut season, 1996–97, AIK played in the Swedish 1<sup>st</sup> division. They were directly relgated to the Swedish 2<sup>nd</sup> division for the 1997-98 season, and although they won the division, a change in format resulted in them having to play in the same division for the 1998-99 season.

In the 1999-00 season, AIK won their division once again and were promoted to the 1<sup>st</sup> division. After winning the 1<sup>st</sup> division, AIK was finally promoted to the Svenska Superligan for the 2000-01 season.

Svenska Superligan

The inaugural season in the Svenska Superligan saw AIK set new attendance records for league matches. In a match against the then reigning Swedish champions, Haninge IBK, a total of 3,000 spectators attended, setting a new record (at the time). AIK won this match, 3:2. In their first season, AIK would make the playoffs, only to lose in the quarterfinals 3:1 in a best-of-5 series against Balrog IK.

The second season brought AIK more...
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