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Allsvenskan ([âlsvnskan]), sometimes known as Football All-Swedish (Fotbollsallsvenskan in Swedish), is the name of the professional men’s association football league in Sweden. It was established in 1924. Following a same promotion and relegation structure as Superettan, this is the top level of the Swedish football league system. Each of the 16 clubs in the league plays each other twice per season for a total of 30 games per year and 240 games over the course of two seasons (late March/early April to early November).
Superettan, pronounced [sprtan], is the second-highest division in the Swedish men’s football league system and is an association football league. There are 16 teams competing for a spot in the top division, which sees them promoted or relegated between Allsvenskan and Division 1. From April through October, a total of 240 games will be played (with 30 games played by each team).
The year 2000 marked the beginning of the league’s existence. Prior to that time, Swedish football’s second tier was split into a variety of regionalized leagues known as Division 2 (1924–1986) and Division 1 (1987–1999).