League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Rosengård14941358+27311,200Lisa-Marie Karlseng Utland - 9Zecira Musovic
2Kopparbergs/Göteborg158613311+2230981Rebecka Blomqvist - 10Jennifer Falk
3Linköping157532412+12261,297Stina Blackstenius - 6Emma Holmgren
4KIF Örebro148241816+226708Heather Williams - 6Danielle Rice
5Vittsjö14743239+1425796Michelle De Jongh - 6Sabrina D'Angelo
6Kristianstad146442719+822722Therese Ivarsson - 7Brett Maron
7Eskilstuna United156362115+6211,300Felicia Karlsson - 7Emelie Lundberg
8Piteå145631512+3211,387Madelen Janogy - 5Cajsa Andersson
9Växjö144461324-1116437Anna Anvegard - 5Erin McLeod
10Djurgården1430111532-179766Mia Jalkerud - 6Jennifer Pelley
11Limhamn Bunkeflo1421111136-257456Sophie Sundqvist - 5Dajan Hashemi Ghermezi
12Kungsbacka151113748-414229Sara Nilsson - 4Signe Ohman

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Linn BogrenLinköping 1
Hanna SpetsKungsbacka 1

Nationalities

League Notes

Rank Key

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