Finals: Jan Hellström ( Örgryte IS), Stefan Pettersson ( IFK Göteborg)
The Fotbollsallsvenskan 1985 was the 61st season playing time in the highest Swedish football league Fotbollsallsvenskan. Between 14 April and October 6, 1985 came the twelve first division in return game in the regular season at before then also return game, the top four teams to November 3 in the finals, the Swedish in the Cup mode Championship playing off.
Course of the season
The supervised by Roy Hodgson team Malmö FF led after the end of normal time especially because of the good results away - the club remained unbeaten away - on the first place in the table. This is closely followed Kalmar FF, who missed the jump on the final day with a draw against direct competitor from Malmo in the first place. The decision by the two other finalists fell on the final day on the basis of goal difference. While IFK Gothenburg 2-2 draw against IK Brage enough to come up with a goal difference of 14 goals to occupy the fourth place, pulled Örgryte IS ( 15) by a 6-1 win at Mjallby AIF on equal points rivals AIK ( 10 ), which only a 1-0 win over IFK Norrköping was granted to third place over and so the ungrateful finished fifth. This means that the theoretical at best chances of Hammarby IF, which had two points behind and a significantly worse goal difference, zunichtegemacht and the 3-2 win at relegated Trelleborg FF were meaningless.
Ironically, in the final lost Malmö FF the away game against IFK Gothenburg and had to go to a home defeat in the semis winning the Von Rosen's Cup depreciate. In the other semi-final, coached by Agne Simonsson team Örgryte IS also continued with two wins through against Kalmar FF. The Gothenburg City duel in the final ÖIS won on October 31, the final first leg " away " with goals of the two -goal January Hellström, Glenn Martin Dahl and Sören Börjesson with 4:2 and 2:3 could after a home game defeat on November 3, at Ján Gidebratt and again in January Hellström scored the goals, win for the first time since 1913 the Swedish championship title.
In the relegation battle long time there was a four-way battle between IK Brage, IFK Norrköping, Mjallby AIF and Trelleborg FF. TFF was ultimately prematurely relegated fixed since the team only managed one win away. IK Brage finally was able to play out a sufficiently secure cushion with a 2-1 win against direct competitors Mjallby AIF in the penultimate round, so that on the final day, the other two teams that met two of the candidates for the championship finals, a duel provided to avoid relegation. Since both lost their respective games, Mjallby AIF had the weakness home to pay tribute, as in the domestic beach Vallen managed just one victory against IFK Göteborg IFK Norrköping and could no longer repress. This had to dismount again directly the two previous Aufstieger.
- Örgryte IS- Kalmar FF 4:2, 3:1 (7:3)
- IFK Göteborg Malmö FF 2-1, 2-0 ( 4-1 )
IFK Gothenburg * Örgryte IS 2:4, 3:2 ( 5:6 )
The title of the scorer was shared between three players. Sören Börjesson Örgryte IS, Peter Karlsson and Billy Lansdowne each of Kalmar FF led at the end of normal time with ten gates of the scoring list. Thus, they set a record low, never previously sufficed fewer goals. Five years later, Kaj Eskelinen equaled this value. In the final round stabbed January Hellström Örgryte IS and Stefan Pettersson of Final opponents IFK Gothenburg with five gates out.
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