19th Allsvenskan title
16th Swedish championship title
|Champions League||Malmö FF|
|Europa League||Helsingborgs IF
|Goals scored||600 (2.5 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Alexander Gerndt (20)|
|Biggest home win||IF Elfsborg 6–0 Halmstads BK
(22 March 2010)
|Biggest away win||
IF Brommapojkarna 0–4 Malmö FF
(1 November 2010)
|Highest scoring||Djurgårdens IF 4–4 IF Elfsborg
(24 October 2010)
Malmö FF 2-0 Mjällby AIF
(7 November 2010)
Djurgårdens IF 0-1 Helsingborgs IF
(21 March 2010)
|Swedish Football 2010|
|Allsvenskan (Tier 1)|
|Superettan (Tier 2)|
|Division 1 (Tier 3)|
|Division 2 (Tier 4)|
|Division 3 (Tier 5)|
|Svenska Cupen 2010 - Final|
The 2010 Allsvenskan, part of the 2010 Swedish football season, was the 86th Allsvenskan season. It began on 13 March 2010 and ended on 7 November 2010. AIK were the defending champions. Malmö FF secured their 16th title in the last round after winning with 2-0 against Mjällby AIF.
|Club||Last season||First season
|First season of
|Mjällby AIF||1st (Superettan 2009)||1980||2010|
|Åtvidabergs FF||2nd (Superettan 2009)||1951–52||2010|
||Qualification or relegation
|1||Malmö FF (C)||30||21||4||5||59||24||+35||67||2011–12 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round|
|2||Helsingborgs IF||30||20||5||5||49||26||+23||65||2011–12 UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round 1|
|3||Örebro SK||30||16||4||10||40||30||+10||52||2011–12 UEFA Europa League Second qualifying round 2|
|4||IF Elfsborg||30||12||11||7||55||40||+15||47||2011–12 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round 3|
|8||BK Häcken||30||11||7||12||40||42||−2||40||2011–12 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round 4|
|14||Gefle IF (O)||30||7||8||15||33||46||−13||29||Relegation Playoffs|
|15||Åtvidabergs FF (R)||30||7||8||15||32||51||−19||29||Relegation to Superettan|
|16||IF Brommapojkarna (R)||30||6||7||17||20||48||−28||25|
Source: svenskfotboll.se (Swedish)
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
1Helsingborg qualified for the Third qualifying round of the Europa League as Svenska Cupen champions 2010.
2Örebro qualified for the Second qualifying round of the Europa League as they received Helsingborgs initial qualifying spot.
3Elfsborg qualified for the Europa League as they received Örebros initial qualifying spot.
4Sweden was among the best three associations in the UEFA Fair Play ranking and thus received an additional spot in the first qualifying round of the Europa League, Häcken received the qualifying spot for their ranking in Allsvenskans Fair Play ranking.
(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; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.
10 November 2010
|GIF Sundsvall||0 – 1||Gefle|
14 November 2010
|Gefle||2 – 0||GIF Sundsvall|
|Theorin 52' (pen.)
Gefle won 3–0 on aggregate.
|Home \ Away||AIK||BP||DIF||IFE||GAIS||GIF||IFKG||HBK||HIF||BKH||KFF||MFF||MAIF||TFF||ÅFF||ÖSK|
Including matches played on 31 October 2010; Source: fotbollskanalen
- 20 goals
- 19 goals
- 12 goals
- 11 goals
- 10 goals
- Ricardo Santos (Kalmar)
- Moestafa El Kabir (Mjällby)
- Tobias Hysén (IFK Göteborg)
- Daniel Larsson (Malmö)
- 9 goals
- A. ^ After the victory in the relegation play-off against Assyriska FF in the last match of the 2009 season, supporters of Djurgården stormed the pitch, with at least one player in Assyriska being attacked by hooligans. As a penalty, Djurgårdens IF had to pay a fine of 200,000 SEK and play their next home match (the first of the 2010 season) without any spectators.
- Official website (Swedish)