The boys were on their way to watch an AIK away game in Allsvenskan against Kalmar. They died after a frontal collision outside Lindsmart in Småland on Thursday.
Several Swedish newspapers wrote that the boys who were supporters of Amnesty International were 16 and 17 years old.
The AIK camp only received the news after the 1-1 match on Thursday night.
Stockholm club sporting director Henrik Geurelius walked out of the locker room after the match and told the press that none of the players would be giving interviews, he wrote. Aftonbladet.
– All our thoughts go to family and relatives. Sporting director Aurelius said the players are far away and are not thinking about football now express.
Expressen wrote that four people were taken to hospital after the accident. There were four people in the car in which the two deceased were sitting, while there was one in the car that crashed into it.
– AIK Football is in mourning over the tragic news, AIK wrote on Twitter.
Several Swedish clubs also expressed their condolences after the accident.
The head of rescue work, Per Stinson, told Expressen that the accident occurred at speeds between 70 and 90 kilometers per hour.
– The accident occurred at a longer bend. One of the cars was on the roof, Stenson told the newspaper, and when we arrived some people in the car got out of their own devices.
Phillip Anas from the police says they will investigate how the accident happened.
– So far, we don’t know how it happened, he tells Expressen.
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