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Svenska Serien

Svenska Serien (literally, "The Swedish Series", also Svenska Fotbollserien, "The Swedish Football Series") was the highest league in Swedish football, and was played 1910–1917, 1920–1921 and 1922–1924. It was then replaced by the current-day league Allsvenskan. Despite being the highest league, the winner of Svenska Serien did not become Swedish Champions; instead, that title was awarded to the winner of the cup tournament Svenska Mästerskapet between 1896 and 1925.

Contents

  • Previous winners 1
  • League champions 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Previous winners

Season Winners Runners-up
1910 Örgryte IS (1) AIK
1911–12 Örgryte IS (2) Djurgårdens IF
1912–13 IFK Göteborg (1) Örgryte IS
1913–14 IFK Göteborg (2) Örgryte IS
1914–15 IFK Göteborg (3) AIK
1915–16 IFK Göteborg (4) AIK
1916–17 IFK Göteborg (5) Örgryte IS
1917–18 No competition
1918–19 No competition
1919–20 No competition
1920–21 Örgryte IS (3) GAIS
1921–22 No competition
1922–23 GAIS (1) AIK
1923–24 Örgryte IS (4) AIK

League champions

Titles Club
5 IFK Göteborg
4 Örgryte IS
1 GAIS

See also

References

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