|Champions|| AIK |
5th Allsvenskan title
11th Swedish championship title
|Relegated|| Örgryte IS |
|Europa League|| IFK Göteborg |
|Goals scored||584 (2.43 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Tobias Hysén |
|Biggest home win|| IFK Göteborg 6-0 Djurgården |
(11 April 2009)
|Biggest away win|| Örgryte 1-5 GAIS |
(5 April 2009)
Halmstad 0-4 Häcken
(30 August 2009)
|Highest scoring|| Kalmar FF 5-4 Malmö FF |
(27 October 2009)
AIK 2–0 Djurgården
(28 September 2009)
Häcken 1–0 Trelleborg
(22 April 2009)
Allsvenskan 2009, part of the 2009 Swedish football season, was the 85th Allsvenskan season played. AIK clinched their first Swedish title since 1998.
|Club||Last season||First season|
|First season of|
|IF Brommapojkarna||3rd (Superettan)||2007||2009|
|BK Häcken||2nd (Superettan)||1983||2009|
|Örgryte IS||1st (Superettan)||1924–25||2009|
|AIK||Solna||Råsunda Stadion||36,608||17,436||Mikael Stahre|
|IF Brommapojkarna||Stockholm||Grimsta IP||4,500||2,860||Kim Bergstrand|
|Djurgårdens IF||Stockholm||Stockholms Stadion||14,500||9,435|| Andrée Jeglertz |
|IF Elfsborg||Borås||Borås Arena||17,800||9,719||Magnus Haglund|
|GAIS||Gothenburg||Gamla Ullevi||18,800||5,687||Alexander Axén|
|Gefle IF||Gävle||Strömvallen||7,300||4,314||Per Olsson|
|Halmstads BK||Halmstad||Örjans Vall||15,500||5,012||Janne Andersson|
|Hammarby IF||Stockholm||Söderstadion||16,197||10,381||Thom Åhlund|
|Helsingborgs IF||Helsingborg||Olympia||16,673||9,470||Bosse Nilsson|
|BK Häcken||Gothenburg||Rambergsvallen||7,000||3,179||Peter Gerhardsson|
|IFK Göteborg||Gothenburg||Gamla Ullevi||18,800||13,813|| Stefan Rehn |
|Kalmar FF||Kalmar||Fredriksskans||9,000||5,311||Nanne Bergstrand|
|Malmö FF||Malmö||Swedbank Stadion||24,000||14,815||Roland Nilsson|
|Trelleborgs FF||Trelleborg||Vångavallen||10,000||2,992||Tom Prahl|
|Örebro SK||Örebro||Behrn Arena||14,500||7,886||Sixten Boström|
|Örgryte IS||Gothenburg||Gamla Ullevi||18,800||4,939||Åge Hareide|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||AIK (C)||30||18||7||5||36||20||+16||61||Qualification to Champions League second qualifying round|
|2||IFK Göteborg||30||17||6||7||53||24||+29||57||Qualification to Europa League third qualifying round|
|3||IF Elfsborg||30||15||10||5||43||34||+9||55||Qualification to Europa League second qualifying round|
|4||Kalmar FF||30||14||8||8||53||39||+14||50||Qualification to Europa League first qualifying round|
|10||Gefle IF||30||10||9||11||28||38||−10||39||Qualification to Europa League first qualifying round|
|14||Djurgårdens IF (O)||30||8||5||17||24||49||−25||29||Qualification to Relegation play-offs|
|15||Örgryte IS (R)||30||6||7||17||27||49||−22||25||Relegation to Superettan|
|16||Hammarby IF (R)||30||6||4||20||22||44||−22||22|
|Assyriska FF||2 – 0||Djurgården|
| Östlundh 38'|
|Djurgården||3 – 0 (a.e.t.)||Assyriska FF|
| Tauer 52'|
Djurgården won 3–2 on aggregate.
As of 2 November 2009
|Tobias Hysén||IFK Göteborg||18|
|Wanderson do Carmo||GAIS|
|Daniel Larsson||Malmö FF||11|
|Edward Ofere||Malmö FF|
|Rasmus Elm||Kalmar FF|
|Daniel Mendes||Kalmar FF|
|[[Fredrik Jensen (footballer, born 1985)| ]] Fredrik Jensen||Trelleborgs FF|
|5 players tied with 7 goals|
|11 players tied with 6 goals|
|10 players tied with 5 goals|
|15 players tied with 4 goals|
|30 players tied with 3 goals|
|27 players tied with 2 goals|
|73 players tied with 1 goal|
|13 own goals|
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