List of Swedish ice hockey champions
The Swedish ice hockey championship (Swedish: Svenska mästare i ishockey; capitalised Swedish Championship) is a club championship awarded annually to the winning playoff team of the top-tier ice hockey league in Sweden, which currently is Swedish Hockey League (SHL). It was first awarded to IK Göta in 1922, the championship's inaugural year. The championship's present SHL format did not take into effect until the league was originally formed for the 1975–76 season. A team who wins the Swedish Championship is awarded the Le Mat Trophy. Djurgårdens IF holds the most titles in history with 16 titles. The most recent Swedish Champions are Skellefteå AIK, who won their third title in club history in 2014, their first title being in 1978.
Before 1953, the Swedish Championship was determined through a standalone tournament where teams could submit their participation. In other words, the leagues were not connected with the Swedish Championship during this period.
|Gävle Godtemplares IK|
- No competition due to cold weather. Hammarby IF won the Svenska Serien season.
- No competition due to preparations for the 1949 World Championships. Hammarby IF won the Division I season.
- No competition due to preparations for the 1952 Winter Olympics. Södertälje SK won the Division I season.