League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Malmö2717824914+355916,223Markus Rosenberg - 11Johan Dahlin
2Djurgården2718544717+305915,081Mohamed Buya Turay - 11Tommi Vaiho
3Hammarby2717556736+315623,333Muamer Tanković - 14Gianluca Curci
4AIK Stockholm2717554020+205619,300Tarik Elyounoussi - 10Oscar Linnér
5Norrköping2714855024+26508,109Jordan Larsson - 11Isak Pettersson
6Häcken2814774324+19493,679Paulinho - 11Peter Abrahamsson
7Göteborg2712963927+124513,038Robin Söder - 12Giannis Anestis
8Elfsborg279993842-4365,512Jesper Karlsson - 7Kevin Stuhr Ellegaard
9Örebro2795133846-8325,772Carlos Strandberg - 11Oscar Jansson
10Helsingborg2876152646-20278,525Max Svensson - 7Kalle Joelsson
11Östersund28510132543-18254,725Dino Islamović - 7Aly Keita
12Sirius2874173151-20254,316Philip Haglund - 6Lukas Jonsson
13Kalmar27411122040-20235,259Nils Fröling - 5Lucas Hägg-Johansson
14Sundsvall2848162946-17204,600Linus Hallenius - 6William Eskelinen
15AFC Eskilstuna2847172354-31194,076Samuel Nnamani - 7Ihor Levchenko
16Falkenberg2747162055-35193,701John Chibuike - 4Hampus Nilsson

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