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Every year, 16 teams from across Sweden compete for a chance to lift the Lennart Johansson’s Pokal. There are places in Europe’s top knockout tournaments up for grabs too, while the Superettan await those who suffer relegation.
FootballTips provides you with all the latest Allsvenskan football tips ahead of each round of fixtures. Find the latest tips for a range of bets, from match-winner and likely champion, to top goalscorer and most clean sheets.
Our experts analyse all the Allsvenskan statistics to bring you the best predictions and most likely outcomes for each game – putting you in charge come kick-off.
Be sure to check out our in-depth match previews before games for the latest on form, injuries and more.
The first ball kicked in Sweden’s Allsvenskan was on 3 August 1924. Debuting in the 1924-25 season, the new tournament brought together the regional cups of the Svenska Serien under one league. For the first time in Swedish football history, teams from across the country would be competing together – the inaugural season’s champions were Gothenburg’s GAIS.
Teams played through the harsh Swedish winters until 1959, when the Allsvenskan season dates were changed to take advantage of the warmer spring and summer months. Beginning around March, the season ran until November – a schedule that still stands today.
International acclaim reached the Swedish Allsvenskan in 1979, when Malmö FF, fresh of the back of five straight championship wins, faced Brian Clough’s Nottingham Forest in the European Cup Final. Victory was not to be however, with a Trevor Francis goal on the stroke of half-time enough to seal the win for England’s Forest.
The format of the league changed in 1982, with the champion now decided by a play-off between the top teams. Though this format would only last until 1993, with a return to the traditional league format. IFK Göteborg dominated the mid-90s, before the pendulum of success swung in the direction of the island team of Djurgårdens, crowned champions three times in four years from 2002-2005.
64 clubs have competed in the Swedish top division since its inception, with the current league holding 16 members. Malmö FF have been the most successful team historically.
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The Allsvenskan remains a popular league with punters due to it being a rare summer season in the northern hemisphere. Kicking off in March and running through until the Autumn, the league doesn’t clash with many other European divisions and as such, provides a great opportunity for football fans to get their fix over the summer months.
On this page we will post our favourite bets for the upcoming fixtures, but during the off-season in England, we will produce match previews and predictions for each and every Allsvenskan fixture. We’ll also include plenty of tips from these leagues in our daily tips including our Daily Treble, Daily Double and Over 2.5 goals tips.
Every Swedish top tier fixture is live streamed online with Bet365, which proves to be popular during the summer months.
With most leagues in the off-season during June and July, the Allsvenskan really hits its stride which means if you’re looking for a football fix then this is the league to watch.
To watch and bet on any Allsvenskan fixture LIVE in this upcoming season at Bet365, simply go to the website via our link, place a bet on the fixture you want to watch and then you can view the game as it happens, including all league fixtures in Sweden this season!