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2022 Allsvenskan

2022 Allsvenskan

The 2022 Allsvenskan was the 98th season since its establishment in 1924 of Sweden's top-level football league, Allsvenskan. A total of 16 teams participated. Malmö FF were the defending champions after winning the title in the previous season.

The 2022 Allsvenskan season began on 2 April and ended on 6 November 2022 (not including play-off matches).


On 30 October 2022, BK Häcken secured their first Swedish championship title in the 29th and penultimate round by defeating IFK Göteborg, 4–0, in a Gothenburg derby at Gamla Ullevi.



A total of sixteen teams are contesting the league, including thirteen sides from the previous season, and three promoted teams from the 2021 Superettan (IFK Värnamo, GIF Sundsvall and Helsingborg).

Stadiums and locations

Personnel and kits

All teams are obligated to have the logo of the league sponsor Unibet as well as the Allsvenskan logo on the right sleeve of their shirt.

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players and Managers may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Managerial changes

League table

Positions by round

Results by round


Relegation play-offs

The 14th-placed team of Allsvenskan will meet the third-placed team from 2022 Superettan in a two-legged tie on a home-and-away basis with the team from Allsvenskan finishing at home.

Varbergs BoIS won 4–2 on aggregate.

Season statistics




  • Most yellow cards: 11
    • Jon Birkfeldt (Varberg)
  • Most red cards: 1
    • Yasin Ayari (AIK)
    • John Guidetti (AIK)
    • Collins Sichenje (AIK)
    • Vincent Thill (AIK)
    • Peter Abrahamsson (BK Häcken)
    • Kadir Hodžić (BK Häcken)
    • Alexander Jeremejeff (BK Häcken)
    • Nikola Đurđić (Degerfors)
    • Joe Gyau (Degerfors)
    • Sebastian Ohlsson (Degerfors)
    • Alexander Blomqvist (GIF Sundsvall)
    • Joe Corona (GIF Sundsvall)
    • Wilhelm Loeper (Helsingborg)
    • Marcus Berg (IFK Göteborg)
    • Marco Lund (IFK Norrköping)
    • Bernardo Vilar (IFK Värnamo)
    • Wenderson (IFK Värnamo)
    • Dennis Widgren (IK Sirius FK)
    • Jonas Knudsen (Malmö FF)
    • Noah Eile (Mjällby)
    • Amir Al-Ammari (Mjällby)
    • Tashreeq Matthews (Varberg)
    • Felipe Sissé (Varberg)


  • Most yellow cards: 89
    • Varberg
  • Most red cards: 4
    • AIK


Annual awards

See also


External links

  • Official website (in Swedish)

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