SK Lejon is a Swedish ice hockey club based in Skellefteå, founded in 1958 as "Lejonströms SK". The club was given its current name in 1997.
The ice hockey section of Umeå-based Swedish sports club Tegs SK currently plays in Division 1, the third tier of ice hockey in Sweden. The club had its greatest success in 1967 when it managed promotion to the previous Division 1 which was at the time the top-tier hockey league in Sweden.
Tegs SK is a Swedish football club located in Umeå. The club was founded in 1898.
Lejonbacken is a system of ramps leading up to the northern entrance of the Royal Palace in Stockholm, Sweden. They were built during the 1780s named after the pair of sculpted Medici lions prominently exposed on the stone railings of the ramps.
Lejonstedts Gränd is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town in central stockholm, Sweden. Stretching from Stora Nygatan to Mälartorget and crossed by Lilla Nygatan, it forms a parallel street to Tyska Brinken and Kornhamnstorg.
Lejonen is a speedway club from Gislaved in Sweden who compete in the Swedish Elitserien. Their home track is at the Axelent Arena which is Sweden's oldest track still in use.
Lejonkulan , was a historical theatre in Stockholm, Sweden, active in 1667–89. It's the historically second known theatre establishment of Stockholm, after Björngårdsteatern (1640–55).
Lejontämjaren is a Swedish film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 7 February 2003, directed by Manne Lindwall.
Lejonströmsbron is a wooden bridge in Skellefteå, Sweden, crossing Skellefte River between the boroughs Sunnanå and Prästbordet, near the parish church for Skellefteå landsförsamling. The bridge was completed in 1737 and is the oldest wooden bridge in Sweden.