A busy midfielder who is always looking for space to exploit his fearsome left-foot shot, Kim Källström made his 90th appearance for Sweden in February 2012, over a third of those caps having come in the UEFA European Championship. He has participated in each of the last six UEFA Champions League campaigns with Olympique Lyonnais.
• Suffered relegation from the Swedish Allsvenskan with BK Häcken in 2001 before winning the title – and the cup – a year later with Djurgårdens IF, top scoring for the club with 12 league goals; increased his tally to 14 in a successful 2003 title defence, the second-best tally in the league.
• Joined Stade Rennais FC at the end of the 2003 Allsvenskan season and flourished in France, earning a regular place in the Sweden squad and making three substitute appearances and one start at UEFA EURO 2004.
• Also started three games and made one substitute outing at the 2006 FIFA World Cup and two from the bench at UEFA EURO 2008; reached 70 caps towards the end of 2010 World Cup qualifying, during which he squandered a penalty during a 1-0 loss to Denmark.
• Joined then Ligue 1 champions Lyon after the World Cup in Germany and helped the club defend the title; was more prominent in the 2007/08 campaign, missing just one league game as Les Gones retained the championship and lifted the Coupe de France.
• Played in each of Lyon's UEFA Champions League matches in 2009/10 – barring the semi-final second-leg loss to FC Bayern München – as they reached the last four.
• Helped Lyon regain the French Cup in 2011/12, defeating US Quevilly 1-0 in the final, and ended the season on 199 Ligue 1 appearances for the club (17 goals).
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|08.09.2014||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Austria||1-1||Sweden||85||0||0|
|09.10.2014||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Sweden||1-1||Russia||86||0||0|
|12.10.2014||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Sweden||2-0||Liechtenstein||90||0||0|
|15.11.2014||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Montenegro||1-1||Sweden||90||0||0|
|27.03.2015||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Moldova||0-2||Sweden||90||0||0|
|14.06.2015||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Sweden||3-1||Montenegro||72||0||0|
|08.09.2015||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Sweden||1-4||Austria||90||0||0|
|09.10.2015||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Liechtenstein||0-2||Sweden||90||0||1|
|12.10.2015||UEFA EURO||Qualifying round||Sweden||2-0||Moldova||57||0||0|
|14.11.2015||UEFA EURO||Play-off for Final Tournament||Sweden||2-1||Denmark||90||0||0|
|17.11.2015||UEFA EURO||Play-off for Final Tournament||Denmark||2-2||Sweden||69||0||1|
|13.06.2016||UEFA EURO||Final tournament - Group stage||Republic of Ireland||1-1||Sweden||90||0||0|
|17.06.2016||UEFA EURO||Final tournament - Group stage||Italy||1-0||Sweden||90||0||0|
|22.06.2016||UEFA EURO||Final tournament - Group stage||Sweden||0-1||Belgium||90||0||0|
|21.07.2016||UEFA Europa League||Second qualifying round||Grasshoppers||2-1||KR||27||0||0|
|24.07.2016||Swiss Super League||Grasshoppers||2-0||Lausanne||85||0||0|
|28.07.2016||UEFA Europa League||Third qualifying round||Grasshoppers||2-1||Apollon||90||0||0|
|31.07.2016||Swiss Super League||Luzern||4-3||Grasshoppers||90||0||0|
|04.08.2016||UEFA Europa League||Third qualifying round||Apollon||3-3|
|07.08.2016||Swiss Super League||St Gallen||2-1||Grasshoppers||90||0||0|
|11.08.2016||Swiss Super League||Thun||2-1||Grasshoppers||90||0||0|
|18.08.2016||UEFA Europa League||Play-offs||Fenerbahçe||3-0||Grasshoppers||90||0||0|
|21.08.2016||Swiss Super League||Grasshoppers||2-1||Sion||90||0||0|
|28.08.2016||Swiss Super League||Grasshoppers||4-1||Young Boys||90||0||0|
|10.09.2016||Swiss Super League||Basel||3-1||Grasshoppers||90||0||0|
|22.09.2016||Swiss Super League||Lugano||2-0||Grasshoppers||90||0||0|
|25.09.2016||Swiss Super League||Grasshoppers||2-1||Vaduz||90||0||0|
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