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Superettan (literally, "The Super One") is the second highest league in the league system of Swedish football and comprises 16 Swedishmarker football teams. It was created in 2000. Before that, the second level league in Sweden had been Division 1.

The competition

There are 16 clubs in Superettan. During the course of a season (starting in April and ending in October) each club plays the others twice, once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 30 games. At the end of each season the two lowest placed teams are relegated to Division 1 and the two winning teams from the two Division 1 leagues are promoted in their place while the third and fourth lowest teams in Superettan plays a promotion/relegation play-off against the two second placed teams in Division 1. The top two teams in Superettan are promoted to Allsvenskan and the two lowest placed teams from Allsvenskan are relegated in their place. The third placed team in Superettan plays a promotion/relegation play-off against the third lowest team in Allsvenskan.

Current clubs (2010 season)

Club

Last season First season

in league
First season of

current spell
Assyriska FF* 3rd 2000 2008
IK Brage* 2nd (Division 1 Norra) 2000 2010
Degerfors IF 1st (Division 1 Norra) 2005 2010
Falkenbergs FF 6th 2003 2003
Hammarby IF 16th (Allsvenskan) 2010 2010
Jönköpings Södra IF 10th 2006 2006
Landskrona BoIS* 8th 2000 2006
Ljungskile SK* 9th 2000 2009
IFK Norrköping 11th 2003 2009
GIF Sundsvall 5th 2006 2009
Syrianska FC 4th 2009 2009
FC Trollhättan 13th 2009 2009
Väsby United 12th 2005 2008
Ängelholms FF 7th 2002 2008
Örgryte IS 15th (Allsvenskan) 2007 2010
Östers IF* 1st (Division 1 Södra) 2000 2010


* Participated in the first Superettan.


Overview

Team Arena Capacity Manager
Assyriska FF Södertälje Fotbollsarena 7 500 Vacant
IK Brage Domnarvsvallenmarker 6 500 Lennart Andersson
Degerfors IF Stora Valla 12 500 Patrik Werner
Falkenbergs FF Falkenbergs IP 4 000 Thomas Askebrand
Hammarby IF Söderstadionmarker 15 600 Vacant
Jönköpings Södra IF Stadsparksvallenmarker 5 200 Andreas Jankevics
Landskrona BoIS Landskrona IPmarker 12 000 Vacant
Ljungskile SK Starke Arvid Arenamarker 8 000 Bosse Wålemark
IFK Norrköping Idrottsparkenmarker 19 000 Göran Bergort
GIF Sundsvall Norrporten Arenamarker 8 000 Sören Åkeby
Syrianska FC Södertälje Fotbollsarena 7 500 Özcan Melkemichel
FC Trollhättan Edsborgs IP 5 100 Lars-Olof Mattsson
Väsby United Vilundavallen 4 000 Thomas Lagerlöf
Ängelholms FF Ängelholms IP 5 000 Roar Hansen
Örgryte IS Gamla Ullevimarker 18 000 Åge Hareide
Östers IF Värendsvallenmarker 13 000 Andreas Ottosson


Previous winners

Season Winner Runner-up
2000 Djurgårdens IF (1) Malmö FF
2001 Kalmar FF (1) Landskrona BoIS
2002 Östers IF (1) Enköpings SK
2003 Kalmar FF (2) Trelleborgs FF
2004 BK Häcken (1) Gefle IF
2005 AIK (1) Östers IF
2006 Trelleborgs FF (1) Örebro SK
2007 IFK Norrköping (1) Ljungskile SK
2008 Örgryte IS (1) BK Häcken
2009 Mjällby AIF (1) Åtvidabergs FF


League champions

Titles Club
2 Kalmar FF
1 AIK
1 Djurgårdens IF
1 BK Häcken
1 Mjällby AIF
1 IFK Norrköping
1 Trelleborgs FF
1 Östers IF
1 Örgryte IS


Top goalscorers

Year Player Team Goals
2000 Fredrik Gärdeman Åtvidabergs FF 14
2001 Daniel Nannskog Landskrona BoIS 21
2002 Ludwig Ernstsson Östers IF 18
2003 Göran Marklund FC Café Opera 23
2004 Stefan Bärlin Västerås SK 23
2005 Bruno Santos IFK Norrköping 16
2006 Olof Guterstam IF Brommapojkarna 17
Stefan Rodevåg Falkenbergs FF 17
2007 Gardar Gunnlaugsson IFK Norrköping 18
2008 Jonas Henriksson BK Häcken 19
2009 Marcus Ekenberg Mjällby AIF 19
Mattias Adelstam Ängelholms FF 19


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