Sport in Sweden
Sport is considered a national pastime in Sweden, and about half of the population actively takes part in sports activities. The most important all-embracing organisations for sports in Sweden are the...
List of museums in Sweden
This is a list of museums in Sweden.
Swedish Art Music Society
The Swedish Art Music Society (Musikaliska konstföreningen) is a non-profit organisation with the aim of publishing Swedish art music. It was founded by Swedish composers in 1859 to facilitate the pub...
Swedish records in Olympic weightlifting
The following are the national records in Olympic weightlifting in Sweden. Records are maintained in each weight class for the snatch lift, clean and jerk lift, and the total for both lifts by the Swe...
Kubb
Kubb (pronounced [kɵb] in Swedish or [kub] in Gutnish) is a lawn game where the object is to knock over wooden blocks, known as 'kubbs', by throwing wooden batons at them. Kubb can perhaps be describe...
Kubb - Wikipedia
Svenska idrottsgalan
Svenska idrottsgalan (Swedish Sports Award) is a show to honor the past year's Swedish sports and athletes' achievements. It is hosted annually at Ericsson Globe in Stockholm in early January. The eve...
Svenska idrottsgalan - Wikipedia
Swedish Game Awards
Swedish Game Awards is Sweden's largest video game development competition. It has been held annually since 2002 and is organized by the student-driven, non-profit entrepreneurship association at the ...
FC Helsingborg
FC Helsingborg (Floorball Club Helsingborg) is a Swedish floorball team.
Barbarella (nightclub)
Discotheque Barbarella was a discoteque in Växjö, Sweden, prominent in the 1970s. In a city of very limited entertainment, Barbarella played a central role. The disco opened in 1971 in an industrial a...
Gotland Game Awards
Gotland Game Conference (GGC), orginally Gotland Game Convention and later Gotland Game Awards, is a Swedish game development competition for students. The event is held annually and marks the end of ...
Stora grabbars märke
Stora grabbars märke (lit. Big Boys' Badge) is an honorary award within Swedish sports, created in 1928 by Bo Ekelund. The recipients are called a 'Stor Grabb' (lit. Big Boy) and has to gather a certa...