Åke Andersson

Åke Gustav "Plutten" Andersson (8 June 1918 – 11 May 1982) was a Swedish ice hockey, bandy and association football player and football manager. He represented his country at the 1948 and 1952 Winter Olympics, finishing fourth in 1948 and winning a bronze medal in 1952. He was the captain of the Swedish national team from 1945 until his retirement in 1954. Andersson managed Hammarby Fotboll in 1951. He won six Swedish ice hockey titles with Hammarby IF (1936, 1937, 1942, 1943, 1945, 1951), starting as a forward and the leading goalscorer of the 1936 championships, and then changing to defenseman in the 1940s.

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In which clubs was Åke Andersson active?

Åke Andersson was active in Hammarby IF Hockey (1921–2008).

How would Åke Andersson be described?

Åke Andersson would be described as Swedish ice hockey player.

What is Åke Andersson subject of?

Åke Andersson is subject of Olympic medalists in ice hockey, Swedish football managers, Swedish footballers, Swedish ice hockey players, Olympic bronze medalists for Sweden, Swedish bandy players, Ice hockey players at the 1948 Winter Olympics, Ice hockey players at the 1952 Winter Olympics, Olympic ice hockey players of Sweden, 1918 births, 1982 deaths, Sportspeople from Stockholm, Hammarby Fotboll managers, Hammarby Fotboll players, Hammarby IF Bandy players, Hammarby Hockey (1921–2008) players and Medalists at the 1952 Winter Olympics.

What is the gender of Åke Andersson?

Åke Andersson is male.