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2000 Allsvenskan

Allsvenskan
Season 2000
Champions Halmstads BK
Relegated GAIS
Västra Frölunda IF
Champions League Halmstads BK
UEFA Cup Helsingborgs IF
Top goalscorer Fredrik Berglund, IF Elfsborg (18)
Average attendance 6,976
1999
2001

Allsvenskan 2000, part of the 2000 Swedish football season, was the 76th Allsvenskan season played. The first match was played 8 April 2000 and the last match was played 4 November 2000. Halmstads BK won the league ahead of runners-up Helsingborgs IF, while GAIS and Västra Frölunda IF were relegated.

Participating clubs

AIK
IF Elfsborg
GAIS
IFK Göteborg
Halmstads BK
Hammarby IF
Helsingborgs IF
BK Häcken
IFK Norrköping
GIF Sundsvall
Trelleborgs FF
Västra Frölunda
Örebro SK
Örgryte IS
Club Last season First season
in league
First season of
current spell
AIK 2nd 1924–25 1981
IF Elfsborg 9th 1926–27 1997
GAIS 2nd (Division 1 Södra) 1924–25 2000
IFK Göteborg 6th 1924–25 1977
Halmstads BK 3rd 1933–34 1993
Hammarby IF 10th 1924–25 1998
Helsingborgs IF 1st 1924–25 1993
BK Häcken 1st (Division 1 Södra) 1983 2000
IFK Norrköping 5th 1924–25 1984
GIF Sundsvall 1st (Division 1 Norra) 1965 2000
Trelleborgs FF 8th 1985 1992
Västra Frölunda IF 7th 1987 1998
Örebro SK 12th 1946–47 1989
Örgryte IS 4th 1924–25 1995

League table

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Halmstads BK (C) 26 16 4 6 47 24 +23 52 2001–02 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round
2 Helsingborgs IF 26 14 4 8 51 30 +21 46 2001–02 UEFA Cup Qualifying round
3 AIK 26 13 6 7 38 30 +8 45 2001 UEFA Intertoto Cup First round
4 IFK Göteborg 26 12 8 6 46 33 +13 44
5 IF Elfsborg 26 13 4 9 43 37 +6 43 2001–02 UEFA Cup Qualifying round 1
6 Trelleborgs FF 26 10 8 8 30 28 +2 38
7 Örgryte IS 26 11 4 11 32 32 0 37
8 Hammarby IF 26 10 6 10 34 38 −4 36
9 IFK Norrköping 26 8 11 7 40 31 +9 35
10 Örebro SK 26 9 6 11 44 40 +4 33
11 GIF Sundsvall 26 7 8 11 34 42 −8 29
12 BK Häcken (O) 26 4 13 9 40 52 −12 25
13 GAIS (R) 26 4 8 14 26 43 −17 20 Relegation to 
14 Västra Frölunda (R) 26 3 6 17 17 62 −45 15

Source:
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
1Elfsborg qualified for the UEFA Cup as Svenska Cupen champions 2000–01.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Relegation play-offs

November 8, 2000
Mjällby AIF 3–2 BK Häcken
November 12, 2000
BK Häcken 3–2
3–2 (aet)
6–4 (apen)
Mjällby AIF

Attendances

Club Home average Away average Home high
1 AIK 14,474 34,004
2 Hammarby IF 12,134 33,958
3 Helsingborgs IF 9,414 13,802
4 IFK Göteborg 9,299 22,011
5 IF Elfsborg 7,625 12,514
6 GAIS 7,084 31,225
7 IFK Norrköping 7,049 12,464
8 Halmstads BK 6,950 10,343
9 Örebro SK 6,923 9,855
10 GIF Sundsvall 5,133 9,000
11 Örgryte IS 4,713 9,141
12 BK Häcken 2,661 8,379
13 Trelleborgs FF 2,432 3,348
14 Västra Frölunda IF 1,519 4,168
Total 6,976 34,004

Top scorers

Player Nat Club Goals
1 Fredrik Berglund Sweden IF Elfsborg 18
2 Marcus Allbäck Sweden Örgryte IS 16
3 Gustaf Andersson Sweden IFK Göteborg 14
4 Kaj Eskelinen Sweden Hammarby IF 12
Álvaro Santos Brazil Helsingborgs IF 12
6 Tomas Rosenkvist Sweden IFK Göteborg 10
Stefan Selaković Sweden Halmstads BK 10
Rade Prica Sweden Helsingborgs IF 10
Niklas Skoog Sweden Malmö FF 10
Mattias Flodström Sweden IFK Norrköping 10
Anders Svensson Sweden IF Elfsborg 10

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