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Västberga skola
Sweden

Västberga IP har 11-manna konstgräsplan, Boulebana och friidrottsyta. Belysning.

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Klensmedsvägen 24

126 37 HÄGERSTEN

Telefon 08-883 211

Bollplan, Idrottsplats

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Kommunalt

Verksam i Hägersten-Liljeholmen

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