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Swedish Football Division 1 Södra

Swedish Division 1

- Division 1 Södra
- Division 1 Norra

2011 Division 1
Number of Teams
Promotion to
Relegation to
Division 2
Current Champions

Varbergs BoIS FC (Södra)

Division 1 Södra (literally, "Division 1 Southern") is one of two leagues in the third level, Division 1, in the league system of Swedish football and comprises 14 Swedish football teams. Division 1 Södra had status as one of the official second level leagues from 1987 to 1999, but was replaced by Superettan in 2000. It was recreated for the 2006 season at the third level instead.


The old Division 1 Södra replaced Division 2 Södra as one of the two second highest level leagues in 1987 and consisted of 14 teams, except for the 1991 and 1992 seasons when it comprised only 8 teams due to the second level having four leagues.

The competition

There are 14 clubs in Division 1 Södra. 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 26 games. At the end of each season the three lowest placed teams are relegated to Division 2 and three winning teams from three of the Division 2 leagues are promoted in their place. The top team in Division 1 Södra is promoted to Superettan and one of the two lowest placed teams from Superettan are relegated in their place. The second placed teams in Division 1 Södra plays a promotion/relegation play-off against the third or fourth lowest team in Superettan.

Current clubs - 2012 season

Last season First season
in league
First season of
current spell
Qviding FIF 16th (Superettan) 2007 2012
Kristianstads FF 6th 1999 2009
IF Limhamn Bunkeflo 10th 1997 2009
Lunds BK 5th 2010 2010
IK Gauthiod 1st (Division 2 N. Götaland) 2012 2012
Norrby IF 8th 1995 2010
IK Oddevold 4th 1988 2011
Örgryte IS 3rd 1994 2011
Karlstad BK 7th (Division 1 Norra) 2012 2012
Skövde AIK* 11th 1987 2007
IK Sleipner 7th 2009 2009
IF Sylvia 2nd 2006 2009
FC Trollhättan 9th 1990 2011
Utsiktens BK 1st (Division 2 V. Götaland) 2012 2012
* Participated in the first Division 1 Södra (includes old Division 1 Södra).

Source - Results & League Table 2012:

Previous winners

Swedish Football
League Structure

Allsvenskan (Tier 1)
Superettan (Tier 2)
Division 1 (Tier 3)
Division 2 (Tier 4)
Division 3 (Tier 5)
Division 4 (Tier 6)
Division 5 (Tier 7)
Division 6 (Tier 8)
Division 7 (Tier 9)
Division 8 (Tier 10)

Season Winner Runner-up
1987 GAIS (1) Trelleborgs FF
1988 Halmstads BK (1) Mjällby AIF
1989 Östers IF (1) Trelleborgs FF
1990 BK Häcken (1) Helsingborgs IF
1991 Trelleborgs FF (1) Helsingborgs IF
1992 Halmstads BK (2) Helsingborgs IF
1993 Landskrona BoIS (1) IFK Hässleholm
1994 Örgryte IS (1) Kalmar FF
1995 IK Oddevold (1) GAIS
1996 IF Elfsborg (1) Ljungskile SK
1997 Västra Frölunda IF (1) BK Häcken
1998 Kalmar FF (1) Landskrona BoIS
1999 BK Häcken (2) GAIS
2000–2005 Not played
2006 IF Sylvia (1) Bunkeflo IF
2007 Qviding FIF (1) Ängelholms FF
2008 FC Trollhättan (1) Östers IF
2009 Östers IF (2) Skövde AIK
2010 IFK Värnamo (1) Qviding FIF
2011 Varbergs BoIS FC (1) IF Sylvia

League champions

Titles Club
2 Halmstads BK
2 BK Häcken
2 Östers IF
2 Örgryte IS
1 Kalmar FF
1 Landskrona BoIS
1 IK Oddevold
1 Qviding FIF
1 IF Sylvia
1 Trelleborgs FF
1 IFK Värnamo
1 Västra Frölunda IF
1 IF Elfsborg
1 Varbergs BoIS FC
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