Östersund was stripped of his elitelicens, but appealed the verdict and got on Monday upheld at fodboldforbundet.
The Swedish club Östersund get anyway allowed to keep its license to the best league, the group have won....
It informs the Swedish Football association (SvFF), according to the news agency TT.
the Club was last month stripped of the license because of the bad economy, but the club appealed the verdict and got on Monday then upheld by the appeal committee.
- We approve the club's appeal, and thus retain the club elitelicens, says appeludvalgets secretary, Joakim Högberg-Jacobsson.
the Decision means that the IK Brage, who had the view to take over the space in the group have won..., must continue their lives in the second row, Superettan.
There was good news for IK Brage when The city barely a month ago was deprived of the license.
According to the fodboldforbundet lived in the club "not up to elitelicenskriteriernes economic prerequisites for continued operation throughout the coming year".
in Order to obtain a license, should a club not have had debts to players, tax authorities, other clubs, fodboldforbundet or the local confederation from august of this year.
the Club is in economic problems and has earlier appealed to the public to support the club in the near future, to pay the debts of the Swedish tax offices.
Earlier in 2019 it sounded from the club itself, that it lacked just under ten million Swedish kronor corresponding to almost seven million Danish kroner in order to save the club.
The city ended last season on the 12.-the square in the group have won....
In season 2017/18 reached the club 16.-with their in the Europa League, where Arsenal sent the swedes out.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 23 December 2019, 13:00