- promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier See Rank Key
|Rk||Squad||MP||W||D||L||GF||GA||GDiff||Pts||Attendance||Top Team Scorer||Goalkeeper||Notes|
|1||Åtvidaberg||30||18||3||9||58||31||+27||57||2,640||Magnus Eriksson - 15||Henrik Gustavsson||Promoted|
|2||Sundsvall||30||16||7||7||61||29||+32||55||3,618||Fredrik Holster - 14||Tommy Naurin||Promoted|
|3||Ängelholm||30||15||8||7||47||40||+7||53||1,263||Sebastian Andersson - 12||Matt Pyzdrowski||→ Swedish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs|
|4||Öster||30||14||8||8||40||28||+12||50||2,680||Freddy Söderberg - 10||Joakim Wulff|
|5||Degerfors||30||14||6||10||53||44||+9||48||2,727||Peter Samuelsson - 17||Brian Edwards|
|6||Brommapojkarna||30||14||5||11||50||38||+12||47||1,065||Pablo Piñones Arce - 14||Kristoffer Nordfeldt|
|7||Falkenberg||30||14||3||13||50||43||+7||45||1,383||Stefan Rodevåg - 13||Stojan Lukić|
|8||Ljungskile||30||12||6||12||48||39||+9||42||1,175||Gabriel Altemark Vanneryr - 9||Nick Noble|
|9||Assyriska||30||12||5||13||39||41||-2||41||2,319||Mikael Ishak - 9||Oscar Berglund|
|10||Landskrona||30||11||8||11||36||39||-3||41||2,929||Fredrik Olsson, Ajsel Kujović - 7||Mirza Selimović|
|11||Hammarby||30||11||7||12||37||40||-3||40||7,953||Maic Sema - 10||Johannes Hopf|
|12||Jönköping||30||12||4||14||47||53||-6||40||2,350||Branimir Hrgota - 18||Niklas Helgesson|
|13||Värnamo||30||10||9||11||43||51||-8||39||1,926||Viktor Claesson - 13||Hampus Nilsson||→ Swedish 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs|
|14||Brage||30||7||10||13||30||50||-20||31||2,408||Johan Eklund - 9||Gerhard Andersson||→ Swedish 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs|
|15||Västerås||30||7||7||16||39||66||-27||28||1,926||Mattias Mete - 12||Christian Caulker||Relegated|
|16||Qviding||30||1||8||21||17||63||-46||11||482||Bagci Isa - 5||Johan Hagman||Relegated|
Swedish 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
Swedish 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
Väsby United remained in Division 1.
Nationalities 2011 Superettan
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