Mattias Jonson (pronounced [ma²tiːas ˈjʊnːsɔn]; born 16 January 1974) is a Swedish former professional football player, who last played as a midfielder for Swedish club Djurgårdens IF in the Allsvenskan championship. He played 57 games and scored nine goals for the Sweden national football team, and represented Sweden at two World Cups and the 2004 European Championship.

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  • Mattias Jonson (pronounced [ma²tiːas ˈjʊnːsɔn]; born 16 January 1974) is a Swedish former professional football player, who last played as a midfielder for Swedish club Djurgårdens IF in the Allsvenskan championship. He played 57 games and scored nine goals for the Sweden national football team, and represented Sweden at two World Cups and the 2004 European Championship. (en)
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  • Mattias Jonson (pronounced [ma²tiːas ˈjʊnːsɔn]; born 16 January 1974) is a Swedish former professional football player, who last played as a midfielder for Swedish club Djurgårdens IF in the Allsvenskan championship. He played 57 games and scored nine goals for the Sweden national football team, and represented Sweden at two World Cups and the 2004 European Championship. (en)
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