League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Djurgården2013523612+244414,056Mohamed Buya Turay - 8Per Kristian Bråtveit, Tommi Vaiho
2Malmö2011813513+224114,915Markus Rosenberg - 8Johan Dahlin
3AIK Stockholm2012442915+144017,667Tarik Elyounoussi - 10Oscar Linnér
4Hammarby2011544728+193822,768Muamer Tanković - 12Gianluca Curci
5Häcken2011453117+14373,904Alexander Jeremejeff - 8Peter Abrahamsson
6Göteborg209832918+113513,487Robin Söder - 8Giannis Anestis
7Norrköping209743019+11348,199Jordan Larsson - 11Isak Pettersson
8Elfsborg206682633-7245,557Paweł Cibicki - 5Kevin Stuhr Ellegaard
9Örebro2064102832-4226,441Carlos Strandberg, Filip Rogić - 8Oscar Jansson
10Östersund204971930-11214,760Dino Islamović - 6Aly Keita
11Kalmar203981725-8185,626Nils Fröling - 3Lucas Hägg-Johansson
12Helsingborg2046101931-12189,167Max Svensson, Rasmus Jönsson - 4Kalle Joelsson
13Sirius2053122036-16184,309Philip Haglund, Sam Lundholm - 5Lukas Jonsson
14Falkenberg2037101840-22163,744John Chibuike - 4Hampus Nilsson
15AFC Eskilstuna2035121840-22144,887Samuel Nnamani - 5Ihor Levchenko
16Sundsvall2026121932-13124,579Linus Hallenius - 6William Eskelinen



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