2014 Allsvenskan

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Allsvenskan
Season 2014
Champions Malmö FF
21st Allsvenskan title
18th Swedish title
Relegated Mjällby AIF
IF Brommapojkarna
Champions League Malmö FF
Europa League IFK Göteborg
AIK
IF Elfsborg
Matches played240
Goals scored702 (2.93 per match)
Top goalscorer Lasse Vibe (23 goals)
Best goalkeeper Kenneth Høie
Robin Olsen (77 save %)
Biggest home win IFK Göteborg 5–0 Åtvidabergs FF
(17 April 2014) [1]
Biggest away win IF Brommapojkarna 0–4 Djurgårdens IF
(25 August 2014)
IF Brommapojkarna 1–5 BK Häcken
(20 September 2014)
Kalmar FF 0–4 Djurgårdens IF
(21 September 2014)
IF Brommapojkarna 0–4 AIK
(19 October 2014)
Highest scoring IFK Göteborg 6–2 Helsingborgs IF
(6 July 2014)
IFK Norrköping 3–5 Djurgårdens IF
(14 July 2014) [1]
Longest winning run5 matches [2]
Örebro SK
Longest unbeaten run14 matches [2]
Malmö FF
Longest winless run19 matches [2]
IF Brommapojkarna
Longest losing run9 matches [2]
IF Brommapojkarna
Highest attendance30,650 [1]
AIK 0–2 IFK Göteborg
(31 March 2014)
Lowest attendance614 [1]
IF Brommapojkarna 1–5 BK Häcken
(20 September 2014)
Total attendance1,711,722 [3]
Average attendance7,132 [3]
2013
2015

The 2014 Allsvenskan, part of the 2014 Swedish football season, was the 90th season of Allsvenskan since its establishment in 1924. The 2014 fixtures were released on 20 December 2013. [4] The season started on 30 March 2014 and concluded on 1 November 2014. [5] Malmö FF were the defending champions from the 2013 season.

Contents

Malmö FF won the Swedish championship this season, their 21st Allsvenskan title and 18th Swedish championship overall, in the 27th round on 5 October 2014 when they won 3–2 in the away fixture against AIK at Friends Arena. Malmö FF became the first club to defend a Swedish championship by winning consecutive Allsvenskan titles since Djurgårdens IF in the 2003 season.

A total of 16 teams contested the league; 14 returning from the 2013 season and two that were promoted from Superettan.

Summary

Background

The annual pre-season kick-off meeting was held at Swedbank Stadion in Malmö on 25 March 2014. [6] Managers and key players from the major teams as well as some of the predicted bottom teams were interviewed by representatives from the media as well as commentators from C More Entertainment, the official broadcasters of the league. Seven managers out of 16 believed that Malmö FF would defend the title. [7] The remaining managers placed their bets on AIK (six votes), IF Elfsborg (two votes) and IFK Göteborg (one vote). [7] The entire attendance consisted of the clubs' managers, key players and media experts. The attendance voted Malmö FF as the title favourites (41.9% of the votes) with AIK (38% of the votes) closely after, IFK Göteborg came in third with 6,7% of the votes. [7] The attendance also predicted that Falkenbergs FF (38.3% of the votes) and Gefle IF (25.4% of the votes) were the two favourites to be relegated. [7] When asked about the top goalscorer, a plurality of the audience voted for Malmö FF's Magnus Eriksson. [8]

Season overview

The season started on 30 March 2014 with five fixtures. The most prominent match of the first round was the fixture between last year's runner-up AIK and last year's third placed team IFK Göteborg at Friends Arena on 31 March 2014, the match ended with a 2–0 win for IFK Göteborg. The reigning league champions Malmö FF started the season a day earlier with a home fixture at Swedbank Stadion against newcomers and first time Allsvenskan participants Falkenbergs FF, Malmö FF won the match 3–0 after a late surge. The first week of matches were deeply affected by the death of a Djurgårdens IF supporter prior to the match between Helsingborgs IF and Djurgården on 30 March 2014. [9] A moment of silence were held at all venues for matches in the first round that were played after the event; players also wore mourning-bands to display their sympathy. [10]

The season started out in a strong fashion for reigning champions Malmö who won the first four matches and drew in the fifth, not conceding a goal until the fourth match. In the process they defeated fellow title favourite Göteborg in the second week of matches at Gamla Ullevi. The first five weeks of matches saw Malmö top the table ahead of fellow title favourite Elfsborg while Göteborg and AIK positioned themselves 6th and 10th respectively. 2012 runners-up BK Häcken and last year's fourth placed team Kalmar FF chased Malmö and Elfsborg in the top of the table. In the lower part of the table Mjällby AIF and IF Brommapojkarna were positioned 16th and 15th respectively while newcomers and relegation favourites Falkenberg took 14th place. Gefle IF, the other team that were voted as one of the teams to be relegated found themselves in 11th place after five weeks of matches.

Seven more rounds of league matches were played before a months break for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Two players from the league participated in the tournament, AIK's Celso Borges for Costa Rica and Malmö FF's Miiko Albornoz for Chile. The matches leading up to the break saw Malmö continuing to hold pole position in front of title challengers Elfsborg and Kalmar who were placed second and third respectively after twelve rounds. Both Malmö and Kalmar played several matches before losing, Malmö lost their first fixture in the seventh round at home against Häcken while Kalmar didn't lose a match until the tenth round in an away fixture, also against Häcken. In the last round of matches before the World Cup Malmö defeated Elfsborg at Borås Arena to create a six-point table gap to Elfsborg and Kalmar respectively. AIK recovered from their start of the season as they found themselves in fourth place before the break while the other favourites Göteborg remained in sixth place. IF Brommapojkarna had dropped down to last place in the table while Halmstads BK joined them in 15th place. Gefle positioned themselves in 14th place after the 12th week of matches while Mjällby proceeded upwards in the table, now arriving in safe territory in 13th place. Relegation favourites and newcomers alike Falkenberg took up 12th place after as many matches.

After twenty rounds of play, Malmö FF were clearly ahead of the other title contenders. Following a long win-less streak, Brommapojkarna seemed set to finish last as they were nine points behind Mjällby in 15th place. The toughest blow around this time for Brommapojkarna happened off the field; captain Pontus Segerström was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Segerström started undergoing treatment immediately. [11] On 13 October Segerström died due to effects of the brain tumor. [12] In the rounds to come it became clear that AIK and Elfsborg were Malmö FF's strongest contenders for the title. After the World Cup break Kalmar had started to fall in the table and were positioned 6th after 20 rounds. IFK Göteborg reached fourth place in the table after 22 rounds, having spent most of the season mid-table. A noteworthy event occurred on 19 August when Malmö FF celebrated a full consecutive year at the top of the Allsvenskan table.

In the 25th round Brommapojkarnas relegation to Superettan was confirmed as they lost 3–1 away to Helsingborg. In the same round Falkenberg was positioned 15th and was the closest team to join Brommapojkarna to the second tier of Swedish football. The other teams involved in the relegation battle was IFK Norrköping, Gefle and Mjällby, all teams separated by merely five points. At the other end of the table Malmö FF had an eight-point advantage to Elfsborg in second place with only five matches left to play. IFK Göteborg and AIK trailed Elfsborg with one point. Even though Malmö FF failed to win in three consecutive matches for the first time in more than a year, AIK and Elfsborg failed to take advantage. IFK Göteborg continued a strong streak and passed both AIK and Elfsborg to reach second place in the table for the first time this season. In the 27th round both Elfsborg and IFK Göteborg lost their early matches, providing Malmö FF with an opportunity to secure the title with at least one point at Friends Arena against AIK. Malmö FF ended up winning the match 3–2 and became Swedish champions for the second consecutive season, becoming the first Swedish club in eleven years to achieve this. The attention at the top of the table turned towards the two European berths beneath Malmö FF with IFK Göteborg, Elfsborg, AIK and Häcken competing with just four points between each other. At the bottom of the table Mjällby lost an important home fixture against already relegated Brommapojkarna while Norrköping and Falkenberg won their matches, sending Mjällby to 15th place with just three matches left to play. However the relegation battle was still very much alive as Gefle, Falkenberg and Norrköping were only one point ahead of Mjällby.

On October 29, Elfsborg manager Klas Ingesson died after battling cancer for several years. As a player, he represented IFK Göteborg and the Swedish national team on many occasions, and Ingesson had served as manager of IF Elfsborg since September 2013. [13] Norrköping and Falkenberg gained some ground in the relegation battle after winning their games in the 28th round, IFK Norrköping against fellow relegation contenders Gefle and Falkenberg against Helsingborg. Meanwhile, Mjällby lost their match in the same round. In the 29th round Norrköping secured their Allsvenskan spot by winning at home against Örebro 2–0 while Falkenberg lost the Halland derby against Halmstad 4–0 on the road. With both Mjällby and Gefle also losing their games in the 29th round, Mjällby needed to beat Falkenberg in the away game in the last round to ensure survival by making it to the relegation play–offs. Falkenberg needed one point to be sure to avoid the relegation play-offs altogether while Gefle needed to take more points than Mjällby to avoid direct relegation. In the last round Gefle beat Helsingborg at home 2–1 while Falkenberg and Mjällby drew 1–1. This meant that Mjällby finished in 15th place and were relegated together with Brommapojkarna while Gefle finished in 14th place and qualified for the relegation play-offs against third place 2014 Superettan team Ljungskile SK.

IFK Göteborg finished as league runners-up after winning their remaining three matches in the race for the two qualifying spots for the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League, AIK grasped the last spot by finishing ahead of Elfsborg on goal difference. Brommapojkarna hosted Elfsborg in an emotional last game of the season as both clubs had lost team members to cancer during the last month of the season. Newly promoted Örebro SK proved to be one of the big surprises of the season as they finished in 6th place. The other promoted Superettan team and first time Allsvenskan contenders Falkenberg finished in 13th placed and managed to stay in the league. IFK Göteborg's Lasse Vibe became the league top scorer with 23 goals during the season while Markus Rosenberg of Malmö FF made the most assists with 14. Both Rosenberg and Vibe also amounted to the most points with 29. The favourite to become top scorer Magnus Eriksson of Malmö FF scored five goals.

Allsvenskans stora pris

For the second year running, the broadcaster of Allsvenskan, C More Entertainment, hosted an award ceremony where they presented seven awards and two special awards to the players and staff of the 16 Allsvenskan clubs, the award ceremony was held on 6 November 2014. [14] The nominations for the 2014 season were officially announced on 3 November 2014. Nominees are displayed below, the winners are marked in bold text. [14] Malmö FF received the most nominations with eight nominations while IFK Göteborg received four nominations and AIK, Helsingborgs IF and IF Elfsborg received two nominations. Djurgårdens IF, Falkenbergs FF and Örebro SK received one nomination each. Notably none of the players and managers from last years season awards were nominated.

Goalkeeper of the year

Defender of the year

Midfielder of the year

Forward of the year

Newcomer of the year

Manager of the year

Most valuable player of the year

Suspended matches

The 2014 Allsvenskan season encountered serious incidents involving pyrotechnical items and supporter violence, with one match needing to be suspended.

Helsingborgs IF vs. Djurgårdens IF

The season-opening match at Olympia between Helsingborgs IF and Djurgårdens IF on 30 March 2014 was abandoned after 42 minutes of play, with the score at that time being 1–1. Djurgården fans invaded the pitch after reports that a Djurgården fan had died from injuries sustained in an assault outside the arena before the beginning of the match. [15] [16] The assault occurred at the Kärnan medieval tower. The death of the 43-year-old man was confirmed by the Skåne police. This was the first football-related death in Sweden since 2002, when IFK Göteborg supporter Tony Deogan was killed in Stockholm in a clash with AIK supporters. [9] Another four people also sustained injuries in connection to the match. [17] The decision was made to abandon the match. [15] On 14 April 2014, the Swedish Football Association's (SFA) disciplinary committee decided that the match would not continue and that it would end with the score 1–1. According to the committee, the decision was taken in respect of the man killed. [18]

Two days after the death, a 28-year-old man from Helsingborg was arrested. [19] On 16 June 2014, the Helsingborg District Court sentenced him to eight months in prison for assault and involuntary manslaughter. [20]

Teams

A total of sixteen teams contested the league, including fourteen sides from the 2013 season and two promoted teams from the 2013 Superettan. Two of the three promoted teams for the 2013 season managed to stay in the league, IF Brommapojkarna and Halmstads BK.

Östers IF and Syrianska FC were relegated at the end of the 2013 season after finishing in the bottom two places of the table. They were replaced by 2013 Superettan champions Falkenbergs FF and runners-up Örebro SK. Falkenberg participated in the league for the first time in the club's history, they were the first new club in Allsvenskan's history since Syrianska FC in 2011. Örebro returned to Allsvenskan after one-year absence, having been relegated at the end of the 2012 season. This was Örebro's 46th season in the league.

Halmstads BK as 14th-placed team retained their Allsvenskan spot after winning against third-placed Superettan team GIF Sundsvall 3–2 on aggregate in a relegation/promotion playoff. This was notably a replay of the 2012 play-off where Sundsvall lost their Allsvenskan spot to Halmstad.

Stadia and locations

TeamLocationStadiumTurf1Stadium capacity1
AIK Stockholm Friends Arena Natural 54,000
BK Häcken Gothenburg Gamla Ullevi Natural18,900
Djurgårdens IF Stockholm Tele2 Arena Artificial 33,000
Falkenbergs FF Falkenberg Falkenbergs IP Natural5,000
Gefle IF Gävle Strömvallen Artificial7,200
Halmstads BK Halmstad Örjans Vall Natural15,500
Helsingborgs IF Helsingborg Olympia Natural16,500
IF Brommapojkarna Stockholm Grimsta IP Artificial8,000
IF Elfsborg Borås Borås Arena Artificial16,899
IFK Göteborg GothenburgGamla UlleviNatural18,900
IFK Norrköping Norrköping Idrottsparken Artificial15,734
Kalmar FF Kalmar Guldfågeln Arena Natural12,182
Malmö FF Malmö Swedbank Stadion Natural24,000
Mjällby AIF Mjällby Strandvallen Natural7,500
Åtvidabergs FF Åtvidaberg Kopparvallen Artificial8,000
Örebro SK Örebro Behrn Arena Artificial13,129

Personnel and kits

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players and Managers may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

TeamHead coach1CaptainKit manufacturerMain shirt sponsor
AIK Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Alm Flag of Sweden.svg Nils-Eric Johansson Adidas Åbro
BK Häcken Flag of Sweden.svg Peter Gerhardsson Flag of Sweden.svg Martin Ericsson Nike BRA Bygg
Djurgårdens IF Flag of Sweden.svg Per Olsson Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Johansson AdidasPrioritet Finans
Falkenbergs FF Flag of Sweden.svg Henrik Larsson Flag of Sweden.svg David Svensson Nike Gekås Ullared
Gefle IF Flag of Sweden.svg Roger Sandberg Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Hansson Umbro Sandvik
Halmstads BK Flag of Sweden.svg Jens Gustafsson Flag of Sweden.svg Richard Magyar Puma Various
Helsingborgs IF Flag of Sweden.svg Roar Hansen Flag of Sweden.svg Peter Larsson Puma Resurs Bank
IF Brommapojkarna Flag of Sweden.svg Stefan Billborn Flag of Sweden.svg Jacob Une Larsson Adidas Santander Group
IF Elfsborg Flag of Sweden.svg Janne Mian Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Larsson UmbroVarious
IFK Göteborg Flag of Sweden.svg Mikael Stahre Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Bjärsmyr AdidasPrioritet Finans
IFK Norrköping Flag of Sweden.svg Janne Andersson Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Johansson Nike Holmen
Kalmar FF Flag of Sweden.svg Hans Eklund Flag of Sweden.svg David Elm PumaSmåländska Hjältevadshus
Malmö FF Flag of Norway.svg Åge Hareide Flag of Sweden.svg Guillermo Molins PumaRörläggaren
Mjällby AIF Flag of Sweden.svg Anders Linderoth Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Asper PumaVarious
Åtvidabergs FF Flag of Sweden.svg Peter Swärdh Flag of Sweden.svg Daniel Hallingström Uhlsport Åtvidabergs Sparbank
Örebro SK Flag of Sweden.svg Alexander Axén Flag of Sweden.svg Magnus Wikström PumaVarious

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyTableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Djurgårdens IF Flag of Norway.svg Per-Mathias Høgmo Signed by Norway 3 November 2013 [22] Pre-season Flag of Sweden.svg Per Olsson 20 November 2013 [23]
Kalmar FF Flag of Sweden.svg Nanne Bergstrand Resigned3 November 2013 [24] Pre-season Flag of Sweden.svg Hans Eklund 4 November 2013 [25]
Falkenbergs FF Flag of Sweden.svg Hans Eklund Signed by Kalmar FF4 November 2013 [26] Pre-season Flag of Sweden.svg Henrik Larsson 4 December 2013 [27]
Gefle IF Flag of Sweden.svg Per Olsson Signed by Djurgårdens IF20 November 2013 [28] Pre-season Flag of Sweden.svg Roger Sandberg 10 December 2013 [29]
Malmö FF Flag of Sweden.svg Rikard Norling Resigned27 November 2013 [30] Pre-season Flag of Norway.svg Åge Hareide 9 January 2014 [31]
IF Brommapojkarna Flag of Sweden.svg Roberth Björknesjö Resigned30 November 2013 [32] Pre-season Flag of Sweden.svg Stefan Billborn 6 December 2013 [33]
Örebro SK Flag of Sweden.svg Per-Ola Ljung Signed by GAIS13 June 2014 [34] 11th Flag of Sweden.svg Alexander Axén 13 June 2014 [34]
Mjällby AIF Flag of Sweden.svg Lars Jacobsson Sacked19 July 2014 [35] 14th Flag of Sweden.svg Anders Linderoth 21 July 2014 [36]
IF Elfsborg Flag of Sweden.svg Klas Ingesson Death29 October 2014 [37] 4th Flag of Sweden.svg Janne Mian 29 October 2014 [37]

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Malmö FF (C)3018845931+2862Qualification to Champions League second qualifying round
2 IFK Göteborg 30151145834+2456Qualification to Europa League second qualifying round [lower-alpha 1]
3 AIK 3015785942+1752Qualification to Europa League first qualifying round [lower-alpha 2]
4 IF Elfsborg 3015784031+952
5 BK Häcken 30137105845+1346
6 Örebro SK 30137105444+1046
7 Djurgårdens IF 30111094733+1443
8 Åtvidabergs FF 30127113946743
9 Helsingborgs IF 30109114144339
10 Halmstads BK 30116134450639
11 Kalmar FF 30109113645939
12 IFK Norrköping 30991239501136
13 Falkenbergs FF 30961537491233
14 Gefle IF (O)3088143442832Qualification to Relegation play-offs
15 Mjällby AIF (R)30851729471829Relegation to Superettan
16 IF Brommapojkarna (R)30262228694112
Source: svenskfotboll.se (in Swedish)
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored; 4) head-to-head points; 5) head-to-head goal difference; 6) head-to-head away goals scored
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. IFK Göteborg qualified for the UEFA Europa League second qualifying round by winning 2014–15 Svenska Cupen.
  2. IF Elfsborg qualified for the UEFA Europa League first qualifying round as the fourth-placed team since IFK Göteborg, winners of the 2014–15 Svenska Cupen, already qualified based on league position.

Relegation play-offs


Ljungskile SK 1 – 3 Gefle IF
Olsson Soccerball shade.svg 12' Report Oremo Soccerball shade.svg 18' (pen.)
Lantto Soccerball shade.svg 51'
Williams Soccerball shade.svg 55'
Skarsjövallen, Ljungskile
Attendance: 1,973
Referee: Michael Lerjéus (Skövde)

Gefle IF 1 – 0 Ljungskile SK
Lundevall Soccerball shade.svg 52' Report
Strömvallen, Gävle
Attendance: 4,228
Referee: Andreas Ekberg (Lund)

Gefle IF won 4–1 on aggregate.


Positions by round

Note: Some matches were played out of phase with the corresponding round, positions were corrected in hindsight.

Team ╲ Round123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930
Malmö FF 111111111111111111111111111111
IFK Göteborg 399465665666565666655444322222
AIK 1410107109776554322222222222444433
IF Elfsborg 1366522322222446443433333233344
BK Häcken 2711937434345653334344555555555
Örebro SK 624676888891110121313141314139887876666
Djurgårdens IF 932354557787777777777776667877
Åtvidabergs FF 54389109109978899898881110999109788
Helsingborgs IF 101471212111112111012101110121111141010811101010889109
Halmstads BK 1116161613131616161414151515151513111312109111111111110910
Kalmar FF 4552432434332345555666687910111111
IFK Norrköping 158810881091012119988989111414141314141514131212
Falkenbergs FF 161112131414151412111012121110101210121113131415151413121313
Gefle IF 712131111121211131313141313111210129912121212131312141414
Mjällby AIF 81315141616141515161513141414141515151515151513121215151515
IF Brommapojkarna 121514151515131314151616161616161616161616161616161616161616
Leader and 2015–16 UEFA Champions League second qualifying round
2015–16 UEFA Europa League first qualifying round
Relegation play-offs
Relegation to Superettan
Source: everysport.com (in Swedish)

Results

Home \ Away AIK BKH DIF FFF GIF HBK HIF BP IFE IFKG IFKN KFF MFF MAIF ÅFF ÖSK
AIK 1–0 1–1 3–03–10–12–14–22–1 0–2 1–23–02–32–14–11–1
BK Häcken 2–22–11–23–13–01–13–10–21–12–04–13–31–10–24–1
Djurgårdens IF 2–3 1–21–01–23–02–23–21–10–01–10–02–04–00–10–3
Falkenbergs FF 4–11–11–01–11–12–01–02–31–24–21–32–51–13–01–3
Gefle IF 1–21–01–13–12–02–13–00–11–11–20–20–01–00–11–2
Halmstads BK 2–21–42–14–03–22–13–01–12–20–01–10–11–21–31–2
Helsingborgs IF 3–14–21–1 [lower-alpha 1] 1–01–11–43–14–10–30–04–1 0–1 3–10–01–1
IF Brommapojkarna 0–41–50–42–31–20–30–10–11–13–01–21–10–12–22–2
IF Elfsborg 1–13–10–11–01–04–11–02–20–03–02–00–13–11–01–0
IFK Göteborg 0–2 3–22–11–04–05–16–23–00–02–22–0 0–3 3–15–02–1
IFK Norrköping 2–40–03–50–31–01–22–03–14–23–00–01–21–12–12–0
Kalmar FF 1–12–30–43–12–11–32–01–10–01–12–01–12–12–22–0
Malmö FF 2–21–22–23–01–03–1 1–1 2–01–2 2–2 3–03–14–13–03–2
Mjällby AIF 1–01–40–21–12–22–11–20–11–03–03–10–20–11–00–1
Åtvidabergs FF 0–31–01–12–02–21–01–23–22–11–12–23–12–12–11–2
Örebro SK 4–25–20–10–02–21–21–13–15–13–42–22–01–21–03–2
Source: svenskfotboll.se (in Swedish)
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
Notes:
  1. The match between Helsingborgs IF and Djurgårdens IF had to be suspended following a pitch invasion by Djurgården fans after 42 minutes of play with the score 1–1. [9] On 14 April 2014, the Swedish Football Association's (SvFF) disciplinary committee decided that the match would not continue and that the score when the original contest was suspended would be the final score of the match. [18]

Season statistics

Top goalkeepers

(Minimum of 10 games played)

Rank Goalkeeper Club
GPGASV% [40] CS
1 Flag of Denmark.svg Robin Olsen Malmö FF 29 28 77 11
Flag of Norway.svg Kenneth Høie Djurgårdens IF 30 33 11
3 Flag of Sweden.svg Emil Hedvall Gefle IF 26 36 76 5
Flag of Denmark.svg Kevin Stuhr Ellegaard IF Elfsborg 28 24 12
5 Flag of Sweden.svg Jacob Rinne Örebro SK 11 16 75 2
Flag of Sweden.svg John Alvbåge IFK Göteborg 19 21 7
Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Asper Mjällby AIF 30 47 5
8 Flag of Sweden.svg Oscar Jansson Örebro SK 21 28 73 5
Flag of Norway.svg Lars Cramer Kalmar FF 22 28 6

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Flag of Denmark.svg Lasse Vibe IFK GöteborgÅtvidabergs FF 5–0 17 April 2014
Flag of Sweden.svg Emil Forsberg Malmö FFÅtvidabergs FF 3–0 12 July 2014
Flag of Denmark.svg Lasse Vibe IFK GöteborgMjällby AIF 3–1 20 July 2014
Flag of Brazil.svg Ricardo Santos Åtvidabergs FFIF Brommapojkarna 3–2 20 July 2014
Flag of Sweden.svg Henok Goitom AIKGefle IF 3–1 10 August 2014
Flag of Sweden.svg Sebastian Andersson Djurgårdens IFIF Brommapojkarna 4–0 25 August 2014
Flag of Ghana.svg Nasiru Mohammed BK HäckenIF Brommapojkarna 5–1 20 September 2014
Flag of Denmark.svg Lasse Vibe IFK GöteborgÖrebro SK 4–3 24 September 2014
Flag of Sweden.svg Emil Forsberg Malmö FFMjällby AIF 4–1 27 September 2014
Flag of Sierra Leone.svg Alhassan Kamara Örebro SKBK Häcken 5–2 1 November 2014
Flag of Sweden.svg Gustav Engvall IFK GöteborgHalmstads BK 5–1 1 November 2014

Scoring

Clean sheets

Discipline

Attendance

ClubHomeAwayTotal
AverageTotalAverageTotalAverageTotal [3]
AIK 16,446246,6938,649129,73512,548376,428
Malmö FF 14,090211,3579,582143,72311,836355,080
Djurgårdens IF 13,145197,1788,575128,62610,860325,804
IFK Göteborg 10,739161,0789,799146,97910,269308,057
Helsingborgs IF 8,344125,1647,270109,0447,807234,208
IF Elfsborg 8,031120,4726,897103,4567,464223,928
Örebro SK 6,729100,9356,31794,7536,523195,688
Kalmar FF 6,14492,1546,23493,5116,189185,665
IFK Norrköping 5,88888,3146,49797,4566,192185,770
Halmstads BK 4,65269,7866,58898,8245,620168,610
Åtvidabergs FF 4,03660,5436,27194,0665,154154,609
Mjällby AIF 3,87858,1716,04390,6394,960148,810
Gefle IF 3,75156,2625,80787,1084,779143,370
Falkenbergs FF 3,67255,0786,828102,4245,250157,502
BK Häcken 2,82042,2986,19492,9174,507135,215
IF Brommapojkarna 1,74926,2396,56498,4614,157124,700
League

7,132

1,711,722

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