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League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Linköping2216334524+2151972Marija Banušić - 11Cajsa Andersson→ UEFA Women's Champions League via league finish
2Rosengård2212645023+27421,050Ella Masar - 13Erin McLeod→ UEFA Women's Champions League via league finish
3Eskilstuna United2211563724+13381,613Mimmi Larsson - 11Emelie Lundberg
4Piteå2210663120+11361,215Madelen Janogy - 7Hilda Carlén
5Kristianstad229493326+731529Amanda Edgren - 6Brett Maron
6Djurgården2293103136-530537Mia Jalkerud - 10Guðbjörg Gunnarsdóttir
7Hammarby226972726+127712Julia Zigiotti Olme - 7Emma Holmgren
8Kopparbergs/Göteborg227693141-1027495Pauline Hammarlund - 11Line Geltzer Johansen
9Limhamn Bunkeflo2282122343-2026979Anna Welin, Mia Persson - 5Emma Lind
10Vittsjö225892430-623567Linda Sällström - 15Shannon Lynn
11Kvarnsveden2247114154-1319564Tabitha Chawinga - 26Jenny WahlénRelegated
12KIF Örebro2227132147-2613476Julia Spetsmark - 6Carola SöbergRelegated

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