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 Djurgården2616465133+185214,246Kim Källström - 12Andreas Isaksson→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Club Crest Malmö2614485232+204613,058Peter Ijeh - 24Mattias Asper→ UEFA Cup via league finish
3Club Crest Örgryte2612864938+11448,750Afonso Alves - 13Dick Last→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish
4Club Crest Helsingborg261088383803810,439Álvaro Santos - 16Fredrik Larsson
5Club Crest AIK Stockholm2691073538-33716,551Andreas Andersson, Daniel Hoch - 8Daniel Andersson→ UEFA Cup via cup loss 1
6Club Crest Halmstad2681263528+7366,938Robert Andersson - 7Håkan Svensson
7Club Crest Örebro269893239-7357,864Jon Lundblad, Paul Oyuga - 5Anders Karlsson
8Club Crest Sundsvall268992935-6336,476Tommy Bergersen - 6Fredrik Sundfors
9Club Crest Hammarby2688104342+13213,296Peter Markstedt - 12Ante Covic
10Club Crest Elfsborg2688102531-6328,100Hans Berggren - 9Johan Wiland
11Club Crest Landskrona2686124139+2307,546Daniel Nannskog - 11Mats Svensson
12Club Crest Göteborg2684142539-142811,417Tomas Rosenkvist - 5Bengt Andersson→ Swedish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
13Club Crest Norrköping2669113740-32710,957Antti Sumiala - 11Balázs RabóczkiRelegated
14Club Crest Kalmar2666142040-20246,618Daniel Mobaeck - 7Petter WaståRelegated

Swedish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

Göteborg won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in Allsvenskan.
Västra Frölunda remained in Superettan.

Squad Standard Stats 2002 Allsvenskan

Squad Goalkeeping 2002 Allsvenskan

Squad Shooting 2002 Allsvenskan

Squad Playing Time 2002 Allsvenskan

Squad Miscellaneous Stats 2002 Allsvenskan

Leaders

Nationalities 2002 Allsvenskan

League Notes

Rank Key

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