Mattias Bjärsmyr

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Mattias Bjärsmyr (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈbjæ̂ʂːmʏr]; born 3 January 1986) is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for IFK Göteborg as a defender. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mattias Bjärsmyr has received more than 49,747 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Mattias Bjärsmyr is the 11,655th most popular soccer player, the 1,211th most popular biography from Sweden and the 229th most popular Swedish Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Mattias Bjärsmyr ranks 11,655 out of 16,923Before him are Yasunori Takada, Kana Kitahara, A. J. DeLaGarza, David Yelldell, Àngel Rangel, and Paulo Díaz. After him are Andrea Pinamonti, Thomas Heurtaux, Oliver Sorg, Federico Dimarco, Luis Saritama, and Gordon Durie.

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Among people born in 1986, Mattias Bjärsmyr ranks 910Before him are Abuda, Anton Ponkrashov, Berat Sadik, Marvin Williams, Jonas van Genechten, and Rainford Kalaba. After him are Omar Mateen, Yu Song, Maria Pietilä Holmner, Assani Lukimya-Mulongoti, Yuliya Zaripova, and Ken Tokura.

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In Sweden

Among people born in Sweden, Mattias Bjärsmyr ranks 1,211 out of 1,296Before him are Adam Johansson (1983), Fridolina Rolfö (1993), Denni Avdić (1988), Arbër Zeneli (1995), Ebba Andersson (1997), and Rebecca Peterson (1995). After him are Niklas Backman (1988), Emil Krafth (1994), Maria Pietilä Holmner (1986), Paweł Cibicki (1994), Emma Laine (1986), and Emilia Fahlin (1988).


Among soccer players born in Sweden, Mattias Bjärsmyr ranks 229Before him are Richard Gough (1962), Patrik Carlgren (1992), Adam Johansson (1983), Fridolina Rolfö (1993), Denni Avdić (1988), and Arbër Zeneli (1995). After him are Niklas Backman (1988), Emil Krafth (1994), Paweł Cibicki (1994), Alexander Milošević (1992), Alexander Kačaniklić (1991), and Abdul Khalili (1992).