League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Mjällby2012352719+8391,876Jacob Bergström - 8Carljohan Eriksson
2Varberg2011543321+12381,975Astrit Seljmani - 10Albert Ejupi
3Jönköpings Södra2011453617+19372,201Edin Hamidovic - 10Frank Pettersson
4Brage2011453216+16371,567Christian Kouakou - 10Peter Rosendal
5Örgryte209652720+7333,217Gustav Ludwigson - 9Fredrik Andersson
6Norrby208752927+231577Richard Yarsuvat - 6Mergim Krasniqi
7Dalkurd209382730-330253Kerfala Cissoko - 6Andreas Andersson
8Halmstad208392524+1272,454Rasmus Wiedesheim - 8Malkolm Nilsson
9Degerfors207582725+2261,398Erik Björndahl - 8Ismael Diawara
10Västerås205962823+5242,560Karwan Safari - 7Anton Fagerström
11Trelleborg205962527-2241,045Sebastian Ohlsson, Zoran Jovanović... - 4Andreas Larsen
12Syrianska205692537-1221570Ammar Ahmed, Andrew Stadler - 4Dwayne Miller
13GAIS2054111531-16192,222Nikola Ašćerić - 4Marko Johansson
14Brommapojkarna2037102533-816542Alexander Nilsson - 5Hampus Elgan
15Öster2021081730-13161,897David Johannesson - 5Tobias Andersson
16Frej2037102139-1816715Melvin Frithzell - 5Jonas Olsson

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