|Number of teams||32|
|Level on pyramid||3|
|Relegation to||Division 2|
|Current champions|| Vasalunds IF (north)|
IFK Värnamo (south)
|Current: 2020 Ettan|
| Swedish football |
|Allsvenskan (Tier 1)|
|Superettan (Tier 2)|
|Ettan (Tier 3)|
|Division 2 (Tier 4)|
|Division 3 (Tier 5)|
|Division 4 (Tier 6)|
|Division 5 (Tier 7)|
|Division 6 (Tier 8)|
|Division 7 (Tier 9)|
|Division 8 (Tier 10)|
Etta Fotboll, or simply Ettan (English: the one), which also is its common name in everyday speech, is the third level in the Swedish football league system and consists of 32 Swedish football teams. It was formerly simply known as Division 1. Division 1 was the second tier from 1987 to 1999, but was replaced by Superettan in 2000. It was reestablished for the 2006 season as the third tier below Superettan.
The old Division 1 replaced Division 2 as the second highest level in 1987 and consisted of two separate leagues with 14 teams each, Norra (Northern) and Södra (Southern), except for the 1991 and 1992 seasons which comprised 32 teams in four leagues, adding Östra (Eastern) and Västra (Western). As of the 2018 season, both Norra and Södra leagues of Ettan are composed of 16 clubs, similar to Allsvenskan and Superettan.
There are 32 clubs in Ettan, divided in two groups of 16 teams each representing Northern and Southern Sweden. During the course of a season (starting in April and ending in November) each club plays the others twice, once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 30 games. At the end of each season the three lowest placed teams of each group are relegated to Division 2 and the six winning teams from the six Division 2 leagues are promoted in their place. The top team in each Ettan group is promoted to Superettan and the two lowest placed teams from Superettan are relegated in their place. The second placed teams in each Ettan group plays a promotion/relegation play-off against the third and fourth lowest teams in Superettan.
|Assyriska FF||Södertälje||Södertälje Fotbollsarena||6,700|
|IF Brommapojkarna||Bromma||Grimsta IP||5,000|
|Dalkurd FF||Uppsala||Nya Studenternas IP||10,000|
|IFK Haninge||Haninge||Torvalla IP||1,000|
|Hammarby Talang FF||Stockholm||Hammarby IP||3,700|
|IF Karlstad||Karlstad||Tingvalla IP||10,000|
|Piteå IF||Piteå||LF Arena||6,000|
|IF Sylvia||Norrköping||PlatinumCars Arena||17,000|
|Umeå FC||Umeå||Umeå Energi Arena||10,000|
|Örebro Syrianska IF||Örebro||Örnsro IP||1,000|
|Assyriska Turabdin IK||Jönköping||Rosenlunds IP||1,500|
|IFK Malmö||Malmö||Malmö IP||7,600|
|Lindome GIF||Lindome||Lindevi IP||1,500|
|FC Linköping City||Linköping||Linköping Arena||8,300|
|Lunds BK||Lund||Klostergårdens IP||8,560|
|Oskarshamns AIK||Oskarshamn||Arena Oskarshamn||2,000|
|Qviding FIF||Gothenburg||Valhalla IP||4,000|
|Skövde AIK||Skövde||Södermalms IP||4,500|
|FC Trollhättan||Trollhättan||Edsborgs IP||5,100|
|Tvååkers IF||Tvååker||Övrevi IP||1,000|
|Utsiktens BK||Gothenburg||Ruddalens IP||5,000|
|Österlen FF||Skillinge||Skillinge Idrottsplats||1,000|
|Season||League||Won Promotion||Won Promotion Playoffs||Lost Promotion Playoffs|
|Västra||N/A||Västra Frölunda IF||N/A|
|1993||Norra||Hammarby IF||N/A||Vasalunds IF|
|Södra||Landskrona BoIS||N/A||IFK Hässleholm|
|1994||Norra||Djurgårdens IF||N/A||Umeå FC|
|Södra||Örgryte IS||N/A||Kalmar FF|
|1995||Norra||Umeå FC||N/A||Gefle IF|
|1996||Norra||Västerås SK||N/A||Hammarby IF|
|Södra||IF Elfsborg||Ljungskile SK||N/A|
|1997||Norra||Hammarby IF||N/A||Djurgårdens IF|
|Södra||Västra Frölunda IF||BK Häcken||N/A|
|1998||Norra||Djurgårdens IF||Umeå FC||N/A|
|Södra||Kalmar FF||N/A||Landskrona BoIS|
|1999||Norra||GIF Sundsvall||N/A||Assyriska FF|
|Season||League||Won Promotion||Won Promotion Playoffs||Lost Promotion Playoffs|
|2006||Norra||Enköpings SK||IK Sirius||N/A|
|Södra||IF Sylvia||Bunkeflo IF||N/A|
|2007||Norra||Assyriska FF||FC Väsby United||N/A|
|Södra||Qviding FIF||Ängelholms FF||N/A|
|2008||Norra||Syrianska FC||Vasalunds IF||N/A|
|Södra||FC Trollhättan||N/A||Östers IF|
|2009||Norra||Degerfors IF||IK Brage||N/A|
|Södra||Östers IF||N/A||Skövde AIK|
|2010||Norra||Västerås SK||N/A||IK Sirius|
|Södra||IFK Värnamo||N/A||Qviding FIF|
|2011||Norra||Umeå FC||N/A||FC Väsby United|
|Södra||Varbergs BoIS||N/A||IF Sylvia|
|2012||Norra||Östersunds FK||N/A||BK Forward|
|Södra||Örgryte IS||N/A||Lunds BK|
|2013||Norra||IK Sirius||N/A||Dalkurd FF|
|Södra||Husqvarna FF||N/A||IK Oddevold|
|2014||Norra||AFC United||IK Frej||N/A|
|Södra||Utsiktens BK||N/A||Örgryte IS|
|2015||Norra||Dalkurd FF||N/A||Akropolis IF|
|Södra||Trelleborgs FF||Örgryte IS||N/A|
|2016||Norra||IF Brommapojkarna||N/A||Vasalunds IF|
|Södra||Östers IF||Norrby IF||N/A|
|2017||Norra||IK Brage||N/A||Akropolis IF|
|Södra||Landskrona BoIS||N/A||Mjällby AIF|
|2018||Norra||Västerås SK||Syrianska FC||N/A|
|Södra||Mjällby AIF||N/A||Oskarshamns AIK|
|2019||Norra||Akropolis IF||Umeå FC||N/A|
|Södra||Ljungskile SK||N/A||Landskrona BoIS|
Note: In 2007 the runners up were promoted automatically without playoffs because of Allsvenskan expanding to 16 teams.
|2006||Anders Lindberg||Visby IF Gute||14|
|2007||Andreas Hermansson||Umeå FC||16|
|2008||Kennedy Igboananike||Vasalunds IF||18|
|2009||Johan Eklund||IK Brage||21|
|2010||Danny Persson||Umeå FC||17|
|2011||Robert Mambo Mumba||Dalkurd FF||16|
|2012||Emir Smajic|| Östersunds FK |
|2013||Stellan Carlsson||BK Forward||18|
|Moses Ogbu||IK Sirius|
|2014||Sencer Soguk||Valsta Syrianska IK||16|
|2015||Simon Mårtensson||Umeå FC||17|
|2016||Luca Gerbino Polo||Akropolis IF||25|
|2017||Timothy McNeil||Team TG FF||17|
|Karwan Safari||Västerås SK|
|2018||Nikola Vasic||Akropolis IF||21|
|2019||Ekin Bulut||Vasalunds IF||26|
|2020||Ashley Coffey||IFK Haninge||27|
|2007||Freddy Söderberg||IFK Värnamo||23|
|2008||Niklas Moberg||Carlstad United BK||21|
|2009||Jörgen Nilsson||Kristianstads FF||17|
|2010||Ken Hansson||FC Rosengård||23|
|2011||Allan Borgvardt||IF Sylvia||19|
|2012||Johan Patriksson||IK Oddevold||24|
|2013||Allan Borgvardt||IF Sylvia||15|
|2014||Salif Camara Jönsson||Lunds BK||27|
|2015||Salif Camara Jönsson||Trelleborgs FF||23|
|2016||Richard Yarsuvat||Norrby IF||20|
|2017||Robin Strömberg||Ljungskile SK||21|
|2018||Robin Strömberg||Ljungskile SK||20|
|2019||Aniekpeno Udo||Ljungskile SK||18|
|Jesper Westermark||Ljungskile SK|
|2020||Simon Adjei||Assyriska IK||25|
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