Swedish Football Association grant Ostersund license to play in top-flight in spite of perilous financial position
The Swedish Football Association said the decision to strip Ostersund of an elite license for the 2020 season was overturned by the Board of Appeal
Swedish Football Association deny Ostersund license to play in top division due to club's financial problems
Ostersund says they will appeal against the ruling, which was announced on Tuesday. As it stands, the club will play in the third-tier Division I in 2020
Former Ostersund club chairman Daniel Kindberg sentenced to three years in prison for financial crimes
When Kindberg was club chairman, Ostersund rose from the amateur ranks in 2011 to Sweden's top league in 2015, and won the Swedish Cup in 2017
When Arsene Wenger took charge of Arsenal in 1996, Ostersunds FK did not even exist. Twenty one years down the line, Wenger, still in charge of the Gunners, will lead his side to the frigid climes of Ostersund in Sweden for their Europa League round of 32 tie late on Thursday.