Sweden Premier League 2022/2023 Fixtures,Results and Table Standings

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Sweden Premier League 2022/2023 Fixtures,Results and Table Standings

Sweden Premier League 2022/2023 Fixtures

May 21, 2022
AIK 13:00 Sirius
Helsingborg 15:30 Värnamo
May 22, 2022
Hammarby 13:00 Norrköping
Elfsborg 13:00 IFK Göteborg
Varberg 13:00 Degerfors
Kalmar 15:30 Djurgården
Malmö 15:30 Häcken
May 23, 2022
GIF Sundsvall 17:00 Mjällby
May 28, 2022
IFK Göteborg 13:00 GIF Sundsvall
Mjällby 13:00 Kalmar
Häcken 15:00 Sirius
May 29, 2022
Degerfors 13:00 Malmö
Djurgården 13:00 Varberg
Norrköping 13:00 Elfsborg
Helsingborg 15:30 AIK
Värnamo 15:30 Hammarby
June 26, 2022
Degerfors 13:00 AIK
Hammarby 13:00 Häcken
Mjällby 13:00 Norrköping
GIF Sundsvall 15:30 Djurgården

Sweden Premier League 2022/2023 Results

 

May 16, 2022
Djurgården 4 - 0 Malmö
May 15, 2022
Norrköping 5 - 1 GIF Sundsvall
IFK Göteborg 1 - 1 Varberg
Degerfors 2 - 1 Helsingborg
Hammarby 3 - 3 AIK
Häcken 3 - 1 Kalmar
May 14, 2022
Sirius 2 - 0 Elfsborg
Mjällby 1 - 1 Värnamo
May 11, 2022
AIK 2 - 0 Malmö
May 9, 2022
Elfsborg 0 - 0 Djurgården
GIF Sundsvall 2 - 3 Degerfors
Värnamo 1 - 2 Häcken
Helsingborg 0 - 1 Norrköping
May 8, 2022
Kalmar 2 - 0 Hammarby
Varberg 0 - 2 Sirius
May 7, 2022
Malmö 2 - 0 Mjällby
AIK 1 - 0 IFK Göteborg
May 5, 2022
Djurgården 2 - 2 Helsingborg

Sweden Premier League 2022/2023 Table Standings

 

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 AIK 9 6 1 2 13 10 +3 19
2 Hammarby 8 5 2 1 16 7 +9 17
3 Häcken 8 5 2 1 16 10 +6 17
4 Djurgården 9 4 3 2 16 7 +9 15
5 Malmö 9 4 3 2 8 7 +1 15
6 Mjällby 8 4 2 2 9 6 +3 14
7 Norrköping 8 4 1 3 12 7 +5 13
8 Sirius 8 4 1 3 7 11 -4 13
9 Kalmar 8 4 0 4 11 8 +3 12
10 Elfsborg 8 3 2 3 14 8 +6 11
11 IFK Göteborg 8 3 2 3 8 7 +1 11
12 Varberg 8 2 2 4 5 10 -5 8
13 Värnamo 8 1 3 4 6 11 -5 6
14 Degerfors 8 2 0 6 7 19 -12 6
15 Helsingborg 9 1 2 6 7 12 -5 5
16 GIF Sundsvall 8 1 0 7 7 22 -15 3

Allsvenskan (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈâlːˌsvɛnːskan]; 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 tier 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 the 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. Allsvenskan is currently ranked second highest of the leagues in Scandinavia after Denmark in 14th place. The current champions are Malmö FF, who won the title in the 2021 season.
“The Big Three” in Swedish football and Allsvenskan is used to refer to AIK, IFK Göteborg, and Malmö FF. They are generally considered to be the three largest clubs in Sweden from the three largest cities (Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Malmö). The three teams with most Swedish championships are Malmö FF (22), IFK Göteborg (18) and IFK Norrköping (13).
Including the 2021 season, Allsvenskan has been running for an unbroken streak of 96 seasons. Unlike other European football leagues, the Allsvenskan did not experience an interruption in play during World War II due to Swedish neutrality.

Sweden Premier League History

Sune Sandbring, Malmö FF in a game with Frank Jacobsson, GAIS in 1953.

Allsvenskan started in the 1924–25 Allsvenskan season and the first winner was GAIS. The one-league twelve team Allsvenskan replaced the Svenska Serien, consisting of a southern and northern group that was held before. In 1931, the league started to decide the Swedish football champions.
In the early years, Norrland and Gotland teams were not allowed to play on higher levels in the league system, which was gradually changed to include the Norrland and Gotland teams on higher levels.
For the 1959 Allsvenskan, the season start was changed from autumn to spring to be played in one calendar year. In 1973, it was expanded to contain 14 teams. In the 1970s, Malmö FF, under the lead of Spanish Antonio Durán and later English Bob Houghton, won five Allsvenskan and managed to proceed to the 1979 European Cup Final, which they lost to Nottingham Forest.
From the 1982 season, the league introduced a play-off to determine the Swedish football champions. In the late 1980s, Malmö FF were dominant, winning the league five times in a row, but only two Swedish championships. The 1990 season saw the introduction of three points per win. The play-off season years were followed by two years of continuation league, named Mästerskapsserien.
The 1993 season saw a return to the classical format, again with 14 teams. IFK Göteborg won five Allsvenskan league titles in the 1990s.
In the early 2000s, Djurgårdens IF won three titles (2002, 2003 and 2005). In 2004, Örebro SK lost its place in the league due to financial problems, and Assyriska FF got their place. Since 2008, the league consists of 16 teams.

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Sweden Premier League 2022/2023 Fixtures,Results and Table Standings

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