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1988 Allsvenskan

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1988 Allsvenskan

Allsvenskan
Season 1988
Champions Malmö FF
(Allsvenskan champions and Swedish champions after play-offs)
Relegated Östers IF
Hammarby IF
European Cup Malmö FF
UEFA Cup

Örgryte IS
IFK Göteborg

...
Top goalscorer Martin Dahlin, Malmö FF (17)
Average attendance 5,002
1987
1989

Statistics of Allsvenskan in season 1988.

Overview

The league was contested by 12 teams, with Malmö FF winning the league and the Swedish championship after the play-offs.

League table

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation

1988 Allsvenskan play-offs, 1989–90 European Cup First round

1988 Allsvenskan play-offs, 1989–90 UEFA Cup First round

1988 Allsvenskan play-offs, 1989–90 European Cup Winners' Cup First round 1

1988 Allsvenskan play-offs, 1989–90 UEFA Cup First round

Relegation to 

1988 Allsvenskan play-offs

The 1988 Allsvenskan play-offs was the seventh edition of the competition. The four best placed teams from Allsvenskan qualified to the competition. Allsvenskan champions Malmö FF won the competition and the Swedish championship after defeating Djurgården who finished third in the league.

Semi-finals

First leg

Second leg

Final

Footnotes

References

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