1989 in Swedish football

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The 1989 season in Swedish football, starting January 1989 and ending December 1989:

Honours[edit]

Official titles[edit]

Title Team Reason
Swedish Champions 1989 IFK Norrköping Winners of Allsvenskan play-off
Swedish Cup Champions 1988–89 Malmö FF Winners of Svenska Cupen

Competitions[edit]

Level Competition Team
1st level Allsvenskan 1989 Malmö FF
Allsvenskan play-off 1989 IFK Norrköping
2nd level Division 1 Norra 1989 Hammarby IF
Division 1 Södra 1989 Östers IF
Cup Svenska Cupen 1988–89 Malmö FF

Promotions, relegations and qualifications[edit]

Promotions[edit]

Promoted from Promoted to Team Reason
Division 1 Norra 1989 Allsvenskan 1990 Hammarby IF Winners
Division 1 Södra 1989 Östers IF Winners
Division 2 1989 Division 1 Norra 1990 Spårvägens GoIF Winners of Norra
Tyresö FF Winners of Östra
Division 2 1989 Division 1 Södra 1990 Gunnilse IS Winners of Västra
Helsingborgs IF Winners of Södra

Relegations[edit]

Relegated from Relegated to Team Reason
Allsvenskan 1989 Division 1 Norra 1990 GIF Sundsvall 11th team
Division 1 Södra 1990 Västra Frölunda IF 12th team
Division 1 Norra 1989 Division 2 1990 Åtvidabergs FF 13th team
Karlstad BK 14th team
Division 1 Södra 1989 Division 2 1990 Ifö/Bromölla IF 13th team
Falkenbergs FF 14th team

International qualifications[edit]

Qualified for Enters Team Reason
European Cup 1990–91 1st round Malmö FF Winners of Allsvenskan
UEFA Cup 1990–91 1st round IFK Göteborg 2nd team in Allsvenskan
Örgryte IS 3rd team in Allsvenskan
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1989–90 1st round Djurgårdens IF Runners-up of Svenska Cupen[1]
International Football Cup 1990 Group stage Malmö FF Winners of Allsvenskan
IFK Norrköping 2nd team in Allsvenskan
GAIS 3rd team in Allsvenskan
Örebro SK 4th team in Allsvenskan
Gefle IF Unknown

Domestic results[edit]

For a colour code explanation, see Seasons in Swedish football#Legend.

Allsvenskan 1989[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Malmö FF 22 12 7 3 35 11 +24 31
2 IFK Norrköping 22 12 5 5 45 24 +21 29
3 GAIS 22 9 8 5 31 20 +11 26
4 Örebro SK 22 10 6 6 25 21 +4 26
5 Halmstads BK 22 11 3 8 30 31 -1 25
6 Djurgårdens IF 22 9 5 8 23 24 -1 23
7 IFK Göteborg 22 9 4 9 34 29 +5 22
8 AIK 22 5 11 6 26 29 -3 21
9 Örgryte IS 22 6 9 7 19 28 -9 21
10 IK Brage 22 6 5 11 22 31 -9 17
11 GIF Sundsvall 22 4 5 13 30 40 -10 13
12 Västra Frölunda IF 22 3 4 15 24 56 -32 10

Allsvenskan play-off 1989[edit]

Semi-finals
October 14, 1989
GAIS 2–2 Malmö FF
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October 28, 1989
Malmö FF 1–0 GAIS
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October 14, 1989
Örebro SK 1–1 IFK Norrköping
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October 29, 1989
IFK Norrköping 3–0 Örebro SK
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Final
November 11, 1989
Malmö FF 0–1 IFK Norrköping
November 15, 1989
Malmö FF 0–0
0–0 (aet)
3–4 (apen)
IFK Norrköping

Division 1 Norra 1989[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Hammarby IF 26 16 4 6 49 24 +25 36
2 Vasalunds IF 26 15 6 5 43 18 +25 36
3 Kiruna FF 26 13 8 5 43 25 +18 34
4 BK Forward 26 13 5 8 36 27 +9 31
5 Motala AIF 26 12 6 8 38 27 +11 30
6 Luleå FF/IFK 26 11 8 7 30 27 +3 30
7 Västerås SK 26 10 9 7 31 29 +2 29
8 Gefle IF 26 10 6 10 36 29 +7 26
9 IFK Eskilstuna 26 10 4 12 31 25 +6 24
10 IF Brommapojkarna 26 8 8 10 29 35 -6 24
11 Väsby IK 26 8 7 11 30 35 -5 23
12 IFK Holmsund 26 7 4 15 24 50 -26 18
13 Åtvidabergs FF 26 4 9 13 27 43 -16 17
14 Karlstad BK 26 2 2 22 13 59 -46 6

Division 1 Södra 1989[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Östers IF 26 17 9 0 69 20 +49 43
2 Trelleborgs FF 26 11 10 5 52 38 +14 32
3 IF Elfsborg 26 10 12 4 46 33 +13 32
4 IK Oddevold 26 11 9 6 53 58 -5 31
5 Kalmar FF 26 10 7 9 40 35 +5 27
6 Mjällby AIF 26 10 7 9 36 34 +2 27
7 BK Häcken 26 9 8 9 45 38 +7 26
8 Landskrona BoIS 26 7 8 11 35 43 -8 22
9 Markaryds IF 26 8 6 12 28 38 -10 22
10 Jonsereds IF 26 9 4 13 36 49 -13 22
11 Karlskrona AIF 26 8 6 12 34 53 -19 22
12 Kalmar AIK 26 8 5 13 36 42 -6 21
13 Ifö/Bromölla IF 26 6 9 11 21 43 -22 21
14 Falkenbergs FF 26 4 8 14 35 62 -27 16

Svenska Cupen 1988–89[edit]

Final
June 29, 1989
Malmö FF 3–0 Djurgårdens IF

National team results[edit]

April 26, 1989
Friendly
№ 649

Wales  0–2  Sweden
Schiller 30'
Ratcliffe 57' (og)
Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
Attendance: 7,292
Referee: Purcell (Ireland)

May 7, 1989
1990 World Cup qualification
№ 650

Sweden  2–1  Poland
Ljung 76'
Larsson 90'
Tarasiewicz 86'
Råsunda, Solna
Attendance: 35,032
Referee: Röthlisberger (Switzerland)

May 31, 1989
Friendly
№ 651

Sweden  2–0  Algeria
Ingesson 33', 74'
Eyravallen, Örebro
Attendance: 7,501
Referee: Nielsen (Denmark)

June 14, 1989
Anniversary Tournament
№ 652

Denmark  6–0  Sweden
Povlsen 30', 70'
Elstrup 42', 73'
Andersen 64'
Laudrup 80'
Idrætsparken, Copenhagen
Attendance: 15,200
Referee: Pauly (West Germany)

June 16, 1989
Anniversary Tournament
№ 653

Sweden  2–1  Brazil
Rehn 26'
Ljung 49' (p)
Cristóvão 79'
Idrætsparken, Copenhagen
Attendance: 6,700
Referee: Lund-Sørensen (Denmark)

August 16, 1989
Friendly
№ 654

Sweden  2–4  France
Thern 5'
Lindqvist 63'
Cantona 57', 86'
Papin 61', 83'
Malmö Stadion, Malmö
Attendance: 16,619
Referee: Shainer (Israel)

September 6, 1989
1990 World Cup qualification
№ 655

Sweden  0–0  England
Råsunda, Solna
Attendance: 38,588
Referee: Forstinger (Austria)

October 8, 1989
1990 World Cup qualification
№ 656

Sweden  3–1  Albania
Magnusson 19'
Ingesson 54'
Engqvist 90'
Kushta 8' (p)
Råsunda, Solna
Attendance: 32,423
Referee: da Silva Santos (Portugal)

October 25, 1989
1990 World Cup qualification
№ 657

Poland  0–2  Sweden
Larsson 34' (p)
Ekström 60'
Stadion Śląski, Chorzów
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Ziller (East Germany)

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Malmö FF (winners of Svenska Cupen) qualified for the European Cup 1989–90 as winners of Allsvenskan play-off 1988 and thus Djurgårdens IF was awarded the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup spot.