League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Club Crest Djurgården2616556026+345314,075Jones Kusi-Asare - 12Pa Dembo Touray→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Club Crest Göteborg2614753822+164912,721Stefan Selaković - 9Bengt Andersson→ UEFA Cup via league finish
3Club Crest Kalmar26111053621+15435,937Dedé Anderson - 6Petter Wastå→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish
4Club Crest Hammarby2612774330+134311,454Björn Runström - 9Ante Covic
5Club Crest Malmö2612593827+114115,962Afonso Alves - 14Mattias Asper
6Club Crest Helsingborg26123113238-63911,466Peter Graulund - 7Daniel Andersson
7Club Crest Elfsborg2610793543-83710,746Hans Berggren - 13Johan Wiland
8Club Crest Häcken261131229290364,198Dioh Williams, Jonas Henriksson - 8Christoffer Källqvist
9Club Crest Örgryte26105113738-1356,228Aílton - 13Dick Last
10Club Crest Halmstad26951238380327,124Gunnar Heiðar Þorvaldsson - 16Conny Johansson
11Club Crest Gefle2694132733-6315,729Daniel Bernhardsson - 8Mattias Hugosson→ UEFA Cup 1
12Club Crest Landskrona2686122644-18305,960Kevin Amuneke - 7Jonas Sandqvist→ Swedish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
13Club Crest Sundsvall2667133146-15255,828Peter Olofsson - 6Fredrik SundforsRelegated
14Club Crest Assyriska2642201752-35143,860Andreas Haddad, Kabba Samura - 3Erland HellströmRelegated

Swedish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

GAIS won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to Allsvenskan.
Landskrona relegated to Superettan.

Squad Standard Stats 2005 Allsvenskan

Squad Goalkeeping 2005 Allsvenskan

Squad Shooting 2005 Allsvenskan

Squad Playing Time 2005 Allsvenskan

Squad Miscellaneous Stats 2005 Allsvenskan

Leaders

Nationalities 2005 Allsvenskan

League Notes

Rank Key

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