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|Home Arena:|| Gränby Ishall|
|Colors:||Red and white|
|General Manager:||Martin Öhrstedt|
|Head Coach:||Jonas Rönnqvist|
|1932 - 1987:||Almtuna IS|
|1987 - 2000:||Uppsala/AIS|
|2000 - present:||Almtuna IS|
Almtuna IS was founded on August 9th 1932; the ice hockey section was created in 1947. In the 1980's, the club closed its other sections to focus solely on ice hockey. The greatest moments of the team occured in 1962 when it promoted to the highest level of hockey in Sweden (today known as the Elitserien). Their stay in the top level of Swedish hockey only lasted a season, as the team was relegated back the next season. The club renamed to Uppsala/AIS in 1987; it was named Almtuna IS again from 2000 on.
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|Season||League||Regular season||Playoffs||Head coach|
Almtuna IS also has a women's hockey team since 2006.
|Ice hockey in Sweden|
|Elitserien Brynäs IF • Djurgårdens IF • Frölunda HC • Färjestads BK • HV 71 • Linköpings HC • Luleå HF • MODO Hockey • Rögle BK • Skellefteå AIK • Södertälje SK • Timrå IK|
|Allsvenskan AIK • Almtuna IS • IF Björklöven • Bofors IK • Borås HC • Leksands IF • IF Malmö Redhawks • Mora IK • IK Oskarshamn • IF Sundsvall Hockey • IF Troja-Ljungby • VIK Västerås HK • Växjö Lakers HC • Örebro HK|
|Swedish Division 1|
|Swedish Division 2|
|Men's Swedish National Team • Women's Swedish National Team|