1946–47 Swedish football Division 2

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Swedish League Division 2
Season 1946–47
Champions Ludvika FFI
Jönköpings Södra IF
Örgryte IS
Halmstads BK
Promoted Jönköpings Södra IF
Halmstads BK
Relegated Västerås IK
IFK Västerås
Husqvarna IF
IFK Uddevalla
...

Statistics of Swedish football Division 2 in season 1946/1947.

League standings[edit]

Division 2 Norra 1946–47[edit]

[1] Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Ludvika FfI 18 15 1 2 45 18 +27 31
2 Sandvikens AIK 18 11 4 3 48 22 +26 26
3 Surahammars IF 18 9 2 7 26 23 +3 20
4 Västerås IK 18 7 4 7 32 34 -2 18
5 IFK Västerås 18 5 7 6 24 24 0 17
6 IK Brage 18 8 1 9 33 38 -5 17
7[2] Sandvikens IF 18 5 4 9 28 35 -7 14
8[2] Avesta AIK 18 5 4 9 26 33 -7 14
9 Iggesunds IK 18 5 4 9 26 39 -13 14
10 Enköpings SK 18 4 1 13 19 41 -22 9

Division 2 Östra 1946–47[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Jönköpings Södra IF 18 13 2 3 63 22 +41 28
2 Åtvidabergs FF 18 12 3 3 52 27 +25 27
3 IK Sleipner 18 8 6 4 41 29 +12 22
4 Husqvarna IF 18 9 2 7 44 42 +2 20
5 Reymersholms IK 18 7 5 6 26 29 -3 19
6 BK Derby 18 7 2 9 19 32 -13 16
7 IFK Eskilstuna 18 7 1 10 19 33 -14 15
8 IFK Värnamo 18 5 4 9 32 39 -7 14
9 IFK Lidingö 18 5 3 10 24 34 -10 13
10 Hammarby IF 18 2 2 14 14 47 -33 6

Division 2 Västra 1946–47[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Örgryte IS 18 13 2 3 53 26 +27 28
2 Tidaholms GIF 18 10 4 4 48 25 +23 24
3 IFK Uddevalla 18 8 5 5 28 24 +4 21
4 Karlstads BIK 18 9 2 7 36 31 +5 20
5 Karlskoga IF 18 8 4 6 33 33 0 20
6 Lundby IF 18 5 7 6 17 21 -4 17
7 IFK Trollhättan 18 5 5 8 29 36 -7 15
8 Göteborgs FF 18 6 1 11 22 29 -7 13
9 IF Viken 18 5 2 11 29 45 -16 12
10 Deje IK 18 4 2 12 21 46 -25 10

Division 2 Södra 1946–47[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Halmstads BK 18 11 3 4 56 27 +29 25
2 Landskrona BoIS 18 9 4 5 46 36 +10 22
3 IFK Malmö 18 9 3 6 40 33 +7 21
4 Kalmar FF 18 10 1 7 36 31 +5 21
5 Höganäs BK 18 9 2 7 50 39 +11 20
6 Kalmar AIK 18 9 2 7 41 41 0 20
7 Olofströms IF 18 7 1 10 42 51 -9 15
8 Malmö BI 18 4 5 9 30 50 -20 13
9 Nybro IF 18 4 4 10 28 40 -12 12
10 Alets IK 18 4 3 11 22 43 -21 11

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Teams from a large part of northern Sweden, approximately above the province of Medelpad, were not allowed to play in the national league system until the 1953–54 season, and a championship was instead played to decide the best team in Norrland.
  2. ^ a b Tie breaker is (probably) most scored goals.

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