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Swedish cross-country skiing teams for the Season 2024/2025

The Swedish Ski Association has named its traditional cross-country skiers for the 2024/2025 season. The complete list is available here.

Photo: Modica/NordicFocus

Jonna Sundling is one of the skiers named to the Swedish national team season 2024/2025

According to a press release from the Swedish Ski Association, 30 cross-country skiers selected (15 women and 15 men) will be part of the A National Team and Team BAUHAUS for the upcoming season (Junior National Team below on the article).

“We are happy to field a squad that has strong successes behind it and will now train together to continue development,” says Swedish national team manager Anders Byström.

Some news in the Men’s A National Team

For the season 2024/2025, the number of places is the same as last season: eight women and seven men. One new skier is Emil Danielsson, Högbo GIF.

“It feels nice to be able to offer Emil Danielsson a place in the A National Team after he has shown his talent in the World Cup. Danielsson has had a fast development and took a big step during winter, not least in the sprint where he has been in several semi-finals and battled with the world’s elite,” says Byström and commented about Oskar Svensson, who is back to the A National Team after a season out:

“Another positive news is that we also have Oskar Svensson back after a year outside the squad. He has come in from the side getting back to the level he was in the years before. It will be exciting to bring him into the upcoming training period.”

Solid Women’s A National Team

On the women’s A national team, the same names are in for the upcoming season.

“On the women’s side, we still have eight names from last year. Everyone has continued to show an enormous high level and several of them have taken World Cup victories this past season,” says Byström.

Swedish A National Team


  • Ebba Andersson, Piteå Elit SK
  • Maja Dahlqvist, Falun Borlänge SK
  • Johanna Hagström, Ulricehamns IF
  • Moa Ilar, Falun Borlänge SK
  • Frida Karlsson, Sollefteå Skidor IF
  • Emma Ribom, Piteå Elit SK
  • Jonna Sundling, Piteå Elit SK
  • Linn Svahn, Östersunds SK


  • Edvin Anger, Åsarna IK
  • Jens Burman, Åsarna IK
  • Marcus Grate, IFK Umeå
  • Emil Danielsson, Högbo GIF
  • Calle Halfvarsson, IFK Mora SK
  • Johan Häggström, Piteå Elit SK
  • William Poromaa, Åsarna IK
  • Oskar Svensson, Falun Borlänge SK


Several names will contribute to an exciting season 2024/2025. Among others, Evelina Crüssel, Elin Henriksson, Anton Grahn, and Måns Skoglund are new names in the squad, together with established skiers like Eric Rosjö and Märta Rosenberg.

“In Team BAUHAUS we have a younger profile and now have Junior World Championships medalist Anton Grahn and Junior World Champion Evelina Crüssel, who has a fantastic season behind her as a final year as a junior. Måns Skoglund impressed, among other things, with a second place in the Scandinavian Cup in Hommelvik and Elin Henriksson got a big boost during the winter,” says Anders Byström.

This year, the young squad is also mixed with some more experienced skiers who have performed at the World Cup level – such as Marcus Grate and Sofia Henriksson.

“We also believe in bringing a mix of valuable experience into the team. Nice to give Sofia Henriksson the chance as this year she got to show what capacity she possesses when she is allowed to be injury-free – with, among other things, two individual 14th places in the World Cup,” says Anders Byström.

Next for the national teams is a period of tests and training camps, with gatherings in Sognefjellet, Åre, Skellefteå, and Trondheim. The men also repeat a favorite with a transfer camp as a kick-off for the summer training – and get on roller skis from Ängelholm to Ulricehamn.



  • Evelina Crüssel, Skellefteå SK
  • Lisa Eriksson, Piteå Elit SK
  • Moa Hansson, Falun Borlänge SK
  • Elin Henriksson, Skellefteå SK
  • Sofia Henriksson, Piteå Elit SK
  • Lisa Ingesson, Piteå Elit SK
  • Märta Rosenberg, Trillevallens Sportklubb


  • Gustaf Berglund, IFK Mora SK
  • George Ersson, Falun Borlänge SK
  • Truls Gisselman, Rehns BK
  • Anton Grahn, IFK Mora SK
  • Marcus Grate, IFK Umeå
  • Leo Johansson, Falun Borlänge SK
  • Eric Rosjö, IFK Mora SK
  • Måns Skoglund, Åsarna IK

Team Svenska Spel Junior National Team

The Swedish Junior National Team was also presented today in Sweden. According to the press release, ten promising junior skiers have been selected for the season 2024/2025. The squad consists of five women and five men.

Junior National Team – Women

  • Mira Göransson, Borås SK
  • Kajsa Johansson, Hägglunds Ski Team SK
  • Lina Lantto, Gellivare Skidallians IK
  • Minna Mikaelsson, Vårby IK
  • Hanna Stenmark, Östersunds SK

Junior National Team – Men 

  • Erik Bergström, Rehns BK
  • Jonatan Lindberg, IFK Mora SK
  • Alvar Myhlback, Bjursås IK
  • Eddie Pettersson, Åsarna IK
  • Måns Ravald, Ås IF

Are you interested in Norway’s National Team for season 2024/2025? Click the link below.

Read More: Norwegian national cross-country skiing team for the season 2024/2025

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