Anders Linderoth

Anders Linderoth ( born March 21, 1950 in Kristianstad, Sweden ) is a former Swedish football player who now works as a coach.


Club career

Linderoth began playing football in 1955 Nasby IF. In 1962 he moved to Stattena IF, before he completed his professional debut at Helsingborgs IF in Division 1. In 1971 he went to Östers IF in the Allsvenskan. Here he was soon one of the leading players and designed the game the club. In 1976 he was awarded the Guldbollen as Sweden's Footballer of the Year. A year later succeeded by a 1-0 final win against Hammarby IF Svenska Cupen in the first title. In the same year he moved to Olympique de Marseille in Ligue 1 in 1980, he returned to Sweden and entered for Mjallby AIF in the Allsvenskan. However, the club was relegated from the Table to Division 1. He then returned to his hometown club Nasby IF, where he served as player-coach until 1984.


Linderoth ran 1972-1980 to 40 times for the Swedish national team. Here he succeeded in two goals. He was at the 1978 World Cup to the Swedish squad and came in all three games for use.

Worth mentioning

Anders Linderoth is the father of the Swedish international's Tobias Linderoth, who played at the beginning of his career at the managed by his father clubs.

  • Football coach (Sweden)
  • National football team (Sweden)
  • Swede
  • Born in 1950
  • Man