The Damallsvenskan is the highest division in the Swedish women's football. It was founded in 1988. Acting Master is the LDB FC Malmö. In addition to the German Bundesliga, the Damallsvenskan holds the strongest league in Europe. In the European Football Championship Women 2013 49 players have been nominated who are active in the Damallsvenskan, more than from other leagues.

  • 4.1 record champions 4.1.1 record champions since 1973
  • 4.1.2 record champions the Damallsvenskan


The twelve teams meet in the course of the season twice on any other team. Champions and runners take part in the following season 's UEFA Women's Champions League. In this case, the master is directly qualified for the Round of 32, while the runner-up in advance yet to play a qualifying round. Theoretically, three teams participate in the European Cup. This is possible if a Swedish club UEFA Women's Champions League win in the Damallsvenskan but not occupied the top two places. The two last- placed teams relegated to the Elitettan and be replaced by the masters of these leagues. The season is as customary in Scandinavia with the calendar year. The champion team will receive a trophy to Kronprinsessan Victoria's Cup.

Participants 2014 season

  • Eskilstuna United ( promoted )
  • Jitex BK ( from Mölndal )
  • Kopparbergs / Göteborg FC
  • Kristianstad DFF
  • Linköpings FC
  • LDB FC Malmö ( defending champion )
  • KIF Örebro
  • Piteå IF
  • AIK Solna ( climber )
  • Tyresö FF ( from Stockholm )
  • Umeå IK
  • Vittsjö GIK

Previous titleholders

Master before the introduction of Damallsvenskan

Master of Damallsvenskan

  • 2006: Umeå IK
  • 2007: Umeå IK
  • 2008: Umeå IK
  • 2009: Linköpings FC
  • 2010: LDB FC Malmö
  • 2011: LDB FC Malmö
  • 2012: Tyresö FF
  • 2013: LDB FC Malmö

Most successful clubs

Record champions

Record champions since 1973

Record champions the Damallsvenskan