Allsvenskan and Elitserien (bandy)

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Allsvenskan
Sport Bandy
Founded 1931
No. of teams 16
Country  Sweden
Ceased 2007
Last champion(s) Edsbyns IF

The combination Allsvenskan (Swedish: Allsvenskan i bandy) and Elitserien (Swedish: Elitserien i bandy) was earlier the highest level of bandy in Sweden contested annually between Swedish bandy clubs. The Allsvenskan was split into two regional divisions: the Allsvenskan Norra (north) and the Allsvenskan Södra (south), in which the teams played during the autumn. After the Christmas holiday the Allsvenskan was split into Elitserien (top four teams in each group) and Superallsvenskan (last four teams in each group). The season ended in March with a final on Studenternas IP like the Super Bowl.

Starting with the 2007–08 season, the league structure was remade. Allsvenskan became the name of the second highest level with the national Elitserien as the highest level.

Season structure[edit]

Each division contained eight sides. Each team played the other teams in their division twice, one at home the other away. The teams finishing in the top four of each division qualified for the "Elitserien". Teams finishing 5th to 8th in their groups went into the Superallsvenskan.

Teams[edit]

The teams for the last season (2006–07) were the following:

Allsvenskan Norra[edit]

Allsvenskan Södra[edit]

Teams by number of seasons[edit]

Seasons Club
74 Västerås SK
67 Sandvikens AIK
62 Edsbyns IF, Örebro SK
56 Nässjö IF
55 Bollnäs GIF, Broberg/Söderhamn Bandy
53 Katrineholms SK
47 IF Karlstad-Göta, IK Sirius
46 Ljusdals BK
45 Falu BS
41 Skutskärs IF
40 Villa Lidköping BK
39 Hammarby IF
32 Västanfors IF
31 BS BolticGöta, Slottsbrons IF, Vetlanda BK
28 IFK Motala
26 IFK Kungälv, Selånger SK
23 IFK Vänersborg
22 AIK, Tranås BoIS
21 Hälleforsnäs IF, Lesjöfors IF
19 Ale/Surte SK
17 Köpings IS, IFK Rättvik
16 Forsbacka IK
15 IK Huge
13 IFK Uppsala
11 IK Heros, Kalix/Nyborg BK, IF Vesta
9 IFK Askersund, Reymersholms IK
8 Djurgårdens IF
7 IFK Stockholm, SK Tirfing, Värmbols GoIF
5 BK Derby
4 Gripen/Trollhättan BK, Skoghalls IF
3 Filipstads IF, IK Göta, Karlsborgs BK, IK Sleipner, Sundbybergs IK, IF Verdandi
2 Eskilstuna BS, IFK Eskilstuna, Färjestads BK, Ludvika FFI, IK Mode, Sandslåns SK, IFK Strängnäs, IK Viljan, Västerås BK, Waggeryds IK
1 Alfta GIF, BK Borgia, Falu BK, Finspångs AIK, BK Forward, Grycksbo IF, Hallstahammars SK, Härnösands AIK, Linköpings AIK, Mälarhöjdens IK, Mjölby AI, IFK Norrköping, Nynäshamns IF, IF Rune, Råsunda IS, Söderköpings IS, Tillberga IK Bandy, Tranås AIF, IFK Växjö, IFK Åmål, Åtvidabergs BK

Top goalscorers[edit]

Topscorers in the league excluding play-offs[1]

Season Player Team Goals
1930–31 Sweden Gunnar Hyttse Västerås SK 12
1931–32 Sweden Gunnar Hyttse Västerås SK 12
1932–33 Sweden Gunnar Hyttse Västerås SK 8
1933–34 Sweden Ejnar Ask IFK Uppsala 18
1934–35 Sweden Gunnar Hyttse Västerås SK 14
1935–36 Sweden Hjalmar Klarqvist Slottsbrons IF 11
1936–37 Sweden Henry Muhrén Skutskärs IF 5
1937–38 Sweden Harald Törnqvist Slottsborns IF 9
1940–39 Sweden Harald Jonsson Nässjö IF 6
1939–40 Sweden Sixten Jansson IF Vesta 13
1940–41 Sweden Jörgen Wasberg Örebro SK 14
1941–42 Sweden Jörgen Wasberg Örebro SK 16
1942–43 Sweden Ture Siljeholm IK Huge 13
1943–44 Sweden Pontus Widén Västerås SK 17
1944–45 Sweden Harald Törnqvist Slottsbrons IF 14
1945–46 Sweden Stig Johansson Sandvikens AIK 14
1946–47 Sweden Tage Magnusson Örebro SK 18
1947–48 Sweden Tage Magnusson Örebro SK 12
1948–49 Sweden Ejnar Ask Sandvikens AIK 12
1949–50 Sweden Pontus Widén Västerås SK 14
1950–51 Sweden Pontus Widén Västerås SK 10
Sweden Tage Magnusson Örebro SK
1951–52 Sweden Nils Bergström Nässjö IF 12
1952–53 Sweden Henry Muhrén Skutskärs IF 10
Sweden Tore Olsson IF Göta
1953–54 Sweden Sven-Erik Broberg Västanfors IF 12
1954–55 Sweden Arnold Bergström Nässjö IF 16
Sweden Nils Bergström Nässjö IF
1955–56 Sweden Lars Lööw Västanfors IF 12
1956–57 Sweden Sven-Erik Broberg IF Göta 13
1957–58 Sweden Nils Bergström Nässjö IF 13
1958–59 Sweden Sven-Erik Broberg Västerås SK 18
1959–60 Sweden Sven-Erik Broberg Västerås SK 15
1960–61 Sweden Ove Eidhagen IK Sirius 11
1961–62 Sweden Rolf Jonsson Edsbyns IF 14
1962–63 Sweden Åke Jansson Katrineholms SK 14
Sweden Göran Sedvall Brobergs IF 14
1963–64 Sweden Claes-Håkan Asklund Västerås SK 22
1964–65 Sweden Bernt Ericsson Falu BS 25
1965–66 Sweden Bernt Ericsson Falu BS 35
1966–67 Sweden Bernt Ericsson Falu BS 31
1967–68 Sweden Leif Wasberg Brobergs IF 26
1968–69 Sweden Lars Lööw Västanfors IF 24
1969–70 Sweden Kent Pettersson Hälleforsnäs IF 24
1970–71 Sweden Henry Fransson Katrineholms SK 25
1971–72 Sweden Lars Olsson Sandvikens AIK 41
1972–73 Sweden Bernt Ericsson Falu BS 41
1973–74 Sweden Bernt Ericsson Falu BS 33
1974–75 Sweden Sten-Olof Sandström Villa BK 27
1975–76 Sweden Lars Olsson Sandvikens AIK 34
1976–77 Sweden Lars Olsson Sandvikens AIK 38
1977–78 Sweden Lars Olsson Sandvikens AIK 39
1978–79 Sweden Pär Hedqvist Brobergs IF 43
1979–80 Sweden Lars Olsson Sandvikens AIK 43
1980–81 Sweden Mikael Arvidsson Villa BK 37
1981–82 Sweden Mikael Arvidsson Villa BK 40
1982–83 Sweden Mikael Arvidsson Villa BK 57
1983–84 Sweden Tord Amré Ljusdals BK 35
1984–85 Sweden Ingemar Aava Selånger SK 39
Sweden Pär Hedqvist Brobergs IF 39
1985–86 Sweden Kjell Kruse IF Boltic 48
1986–87 Sweden Patrik Johansson Vetlanda BK 37
1987–88 Sweden Hans Johansson Västerås SK 38
1988–89 Sweden Hans Johansson Västerås SK 38
1989–90 Sweden Kjell Kruse IF Boltic 35
1990–91 Sweden Hans Johansson Västerås SK 38
1991–92 Sweden Jonas Claesson Vetlanda BK 53
1992–93 Sweden Jonas Claesson Vetlanda BK 39
1993–94 Sweden Hans Johansson Västerås SK 40
1994–95 Sweden Jonas Claesson Vetlanda BK 56
1995–96 Sweden Jonas Claesson Vetlanda BK 58
1996–97 Sweden Jonas Claesson Vetlanda BK 44
Sweden Hans Åström Sandvikens AIK 44
1997–98 Sweden Jonas Claesson Hammarby IF 52
1998–99 Sweden Jonas Claesson Hammarby IF 62
1999–2000 Sweden Magnus Muhrén Sandvikens AIK 55
2000–01 Russia Sergey Obukhov Falu BS 63
2001–02 Russia Sergey Obukhov Falu BS 58
2002–03 Sweden Patrik Rönnqvist Edsbyns IF 50
2003–04 Russia Sergey Obukhov Falu BS 47
2004–05 Sweden David Karlsson Hammarby IF 56
2005–06 Sweden David Karlsson Hammarby IF 40
2006–07 Sweden Patrik Nilsson Sandvikens AIK 70

Past seasons[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.svenskbandy.se/SERIERCUPER/ELITSERIEN/HISTORIKSTATISTIK/Statistik/Malstatistik/Skyttekungar/

External links[edit]