Name
Swedish Allsvenskan

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Established
1924 (93 years old)

First Recorded Event
2013-03-31

Sport
Soccer

Location
Sweden

Gender
Male

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Upcoming Events
Oerebro - Halmstad (Friday 20th October)
AFC Eskilstuna - Elfsborg (Saturday 21st October)
IFK Gothenburg - Ostersund (Sunday 22nd October)
Djurgaarden - Hacken (Sunday 22nd October)
GIF Sundsvall - Norrkoping (Sunday 22nd October)
Malmo FF - AIK (Monday 23rd October)
Joenkoeping S. - Kalmar FF (Monday 23rd October)
Hammarby - Sirius (Monday 23rd October)
Ostersund - Elfsborg (Saturday 28th October)
Halmstad - AFC Eskilstuna (Saturday 28th October)

Latest Results
Norrkoping - Malmo FF (Monday 16th October)
Kalmar FF - Hammarby (Monday 16th October)
Sirius - Djurgaarden (Sunday 15th October)
Elfsborg - GIF Sundsvall (Sunday 15th October)
AIK - Joenkoeping S. (Sunday 15th October)
Hacken 3 - 0 AFC Eskilstuna (Saturday 14th October)
Ostersund 3 - 0 Oerebro (Saturday 14th October)
Halmstad 1 - 2 IFK Gothenburg (Saturday 14th October)
AIK 5 - 2 Elfsborg (Sunday 01st October)
Hammarby 0 - 2 Norrkoping (Sunday 01st October)

Description

Allsvenskan ( listen)), English: The All-Swedish, also known as Fotbollsallsvenskan, English: The Football All-Swedish) is a Swedish professional league for men's association football clubs. It was founded in 1924, and is the top flight of the Swedish football league system, operating on a system of promotion and relegation with Superettan. Seasons run from late March or early April to beginning of November, with the 16 clubs all meeting each other twice, resulting in a 30-match season, for a total of 240 matches league-wide.

Allsvenskan is ranked 23rd in the UEFA coefficients of leagues based on performances in European competitions over the last five years, just ahead of the Scottish Premiership and behind the Danish Superliga. The current champions are Malmö FF, who won the title in the 2014 season.

Including the 2013 season, Allsvenskan has been running for an unbroken streak of 88 seasons, which amongst national-level football leagues is the third longest such streak in the world, beaten only by Switzerland and Argentina.

Schedule
1314 Season 1415 Season 1516 Season
1617 Season 1718 Season

Teams

AIK

Djurgaarden

Elfsborg

Falkenbergs FF

Gefle

GIF Sundsvall

Hacken

Hammarby

Helsingborg

IFK Gothenburg

Joenkoeping S.

Kalmar FF

Malmo FF

Norrkoping

Oerebro

Ostersund

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