Johan Blomberg

Johan Blomberg (born 14 June 1987) is a Swedish football player. The midfielder made ​​his debut in 2009 for Ängelholms FF in the Swedish professional football.


Blomberg began playing football at Lunds BK, for which he also did his first steps in adult football. In the 2008 he made the fourth division higher class attention and moved on to the next game time to Ängelholms FF in the second-class Superettan. Here initially a reserve player - in the first two years he was in 13 of his total of 24 league appearances in the starting lineup - he conquered in the course of the 2011 a regular place on the side of Jakob Augustsson, Mikael Dahlgren, David Bennhage and Marcus Lindberg. At the end of the season with the team he reached the third place in the standings, in the subsequent relegation round, he met with her on the Erstlgigsten Syrianska FC. The 2-1 first-leg win, he was among the scorers, but after a 1:3 - leg loss he missed promotion to the Allsvenskan.

After expiry of his contract at season's end Blomberg joined free transfer within the league to Halmstad BK, where he signed a contract valid until the end of 2014. Under coach Jens Gustafsson he belonged at first to the regular forces and was one of the guarantees that the club rose to the Allsvenskan end of the season.