A Saturday morning meeting in a warm stadium, with perhaps not first choice squads, was always going to be a strange environment for the Nordic sides, especially with a trophy up for grabs.
Goals from former Sunderland striker Tobias Hysén, young midfielder Robin Quaison and one-time Southampton midfielder Anders Svensson won Sweden the competition.
Anders Svensson with the 2013 King's Cup
Of note for fans of the quirky, Sweden also retained the Unofficial World Championship title which they won after beating North Korea in the first match. They will defend the title against Argentina next month, while Finland will face Israel.
Highlights of Finland 0-3 Sweden
The bronze medal match between North Korea and Thailand finished 2-2.
It appears that the matches within the competition were not designated 'A' internationals, so the results are unlikely to count towards FIFA rankings. Each country's current rankings are Sweden (19), Finland (84), North Korea (99) and Thailand (138).