2 seasons, 9 games and 0 goals
Erik Allan Glader was born on February 2, 1920 in Göteborg and made his IFK Göteborg debut in the 1941/42 season, which was also the debut season of team mate Rune Emanuelsson. At 21 years, 6 months and 12 days, on August 15, 1941, he took part his first competetive game against GAIS in an Allsvenskan game that ended 3–0. He spent two seasons with the IFK Göteborgs first team, and during his career he played in 9 first team games. Out of these 9 first team games, 4 were Allsvenskan games.
Erik Glader is with his 4 Allsvenskan games number 395 on the list of those who have competed in most Allsvenskan games for IFK Göteborg. Glader won the Swedish championship with IFK Göteborg in 1941-42. Glader passed away in 2003, 83 years old.
|1942/43||2 / 0||0||1 / 0||0||3 / 0|
|1941/42||2 / 0||0||4 / 0||0||6 / 0|
|Win percentage in Allsvenskan||50%|
|1942-07-31||IFK Göteborg – Halmstads BK||D 2–2 (1–1)||Allsvenskan, Week 2||Right full-back||0||0|
|1942-07-26||Degerfors IF – IFK Göteborg||D 1–1 (1–1)||Allsvenskan, Week 1||Right full-back||0||0|
|1941-09-21||IFK Göteborg – Landskrona BoIS||W 4–0 (0–0)||Allsvenskan, Week 7||Right full-back||0||0|
|1941-08-15||GAIS – IFK Göteborg||W 0–3 (0–1)||Allsvenskan, Week 4||Right full-back||0||0|
|1941-07-16||IFK Göteborg – Lundby IF||W 8–2 (3–1)||Distriktsmästerskapet, Quarter final||Right full-back||0||0|
|1941-07-09||IFK Göteborg – Hisingstads IS||W 3–0 (0–0)||Distriktsmästerskapet, Omg. 1||Right-half||0||0|