2012 Allsvenskan

The 2012 Allsvenskan, part of the 2012 Swedish football season, was the 88th season of Allsvenskan since its establishment in 1924. The 2012 fixtures were released on 12 December 2011.[4] The season started on 31 March 2012 and ended on 4 November 2012. There was a five-week-long break between 24 May and 30 June during the UEFA Euro 2012.[1] Helsingborgs IF were the defending champions, having won their fifth Swedish championship and their seventh Allsvenskan title the previous season.

Allsvenskan
Season2012
ChampionsIF Elfsborg
6th Allsvenskan title
6th Swedish title overall
RelegatedGIF Sundsvall
Örebro SK
GAIS
Champions LeagueIF Elfsborg
Europa LeagueBK Häcken
Malmö FF
IFK Göteborg
Gefle IF
Matches played240
Goals scored649 (2.7 per match)
Top goalscorerWaris Majeed (23 goals)
Biggest home winBK Häcken 6–0 IFK Norrköping[1]
Biggest away winGIF Sundsvall 0–4 IFK Norrköping[1]
Highest scoringHelsingborgs IF 7–2 Kalmar FF
IFK Norrköping 7–2 GAIS[1]
Longest winning run7 games[2]
IF Elfsborg
Longest unbeaten run16 games[2]
Djurgårdens IF
Longest winless run25 games[2]
GAIS
Longest losing run7 games[2]
GAIS
Highest attendance30,857[1]
Djurgårdens IF 0–3 AIK
Lowest attendance1,476[1]
Syrianska FC 1–0 Gefle IF
Average attendance7,210[3]
2011
2013

IF Elfsborg won the Swedish championship this season, their sixth one, in the 30th and last round on 4 November 2012 by drawing with Åtvidabergs FF 1–1 at home, and by the only other title contender in the last round Malmö FF losing 2–0 against AIK at the last Allsvenskan match at Råsunda. This was Elfsborg's second Swedish championship of the 21st century having won their last title in the 2006 Allsvenskan season.

A total of 16 teams contested the league; 14 returned from the 2011 season and two had been promoted from Superettan.

Summary

Background

The annual pre-season kick-off meeting was held in Helsingborg on 27 March 2012. All managers accompanied with a key player for their team were interviewed by the two hosts Tommy Åström and Jens Fjellström about the upcoming season and their expectations as well as what team they held as favourites to win the title. Only Kalmar FF's manager Nanne Bergstrand and Malmö FF's Rikard Norling held their own team as the title favourite. 5 managers out of 16 believed that Malmö FF would win the title. The remaining managers placed their bets on IF Elfsborg (4 votes), IFK Göteborg (3 votes), Helsingborgs IF (2 votes) and Kalmar FF (2 votes). The entire attendance consisted of the clubs' managers, key players and media experts. The attendance voted Malmö FF as the title favourites with Helsingborgs IF and IFK Göteborg closely after. The attendance also predicted that GIF Sundsvall and Syrianska FC would be relegated while Åtvidabergs FF would have to play the relegation play-offs to remain in the league.[5]

Season overview

The season started on 31 March 2012 with three fixtures. Several of the favourite teams got off to a struggling start, reigning champions Helsingborg found themselves in a mid-table position after the first four rounds of fixtures. Malmö and Kalmar also positioned themselves mid-table at the same time and IFK Göteborg failed to win any of their first four matches, finding themselves in 15th position. Elfsborg however won all of their matches in the beginning of the season except for the away fixture against Helsingborg which they lost 2–1.[6] Åtvidaberg lead the league surprisingly after three consecutive wins and one loss in the start of the season.

Following the fourth round Elfsborg passed Åtvidaberg to become the new leaders of the league. The team managed to win all of the remaining matches until the Euro break except for the away fixture against Malmö which they lost 1–0,[7] Elfsborg won seven consecutive matches during this run. Malmö eventually recovered from a poor start of the season to trail Elfsborg eight points below at the time of the Euro break. AIK and Häcken also managed to win enough points to keep up with the top, trailing Malmö with one and two points respectively at the same time. Reigning champions Helsingborg found themselves in fifth place in time for the summer break, trailing fourth placed Häcken with two points and leaders Elfsborg with 12 points. Early leaders Åtvidaberg had by this time dropped down to sixth place and were now trailing Helsingborg. One of the early favourite to win the title, IFK Göteborg, were by this period of time positioned 10th in the league table. trailing Elfsborg with as much as 15 points. Another favourite, Kalmar, were positioned in 13th place. Örebro were found at the bottom of the league table at the time of the Euro break having failed to win any of the 12 fixtures being played at that time and only having been able to draw four of the matches, they were now trailing 15th placed GAIS with five points and 13th placed Kalmar with nine points.

Later on in the season, four teams had emerged as the favourites to win the title. With five rounds remaining Elfsborg had 49 points, Häcken and AIK both had 47 points and Malmö had 46 points. At the other end of the Allsvenskan table, it appeared as if both Örebro and GAIS were headed towards Superettan, trailing the 14th team in the league by 11 and 14 points, respectively. GAIS were confirmed as relegated after the completion of the 26th round and Örebro followed after the 27th round. Elfsborg held pole position until the 23rd round when they were passed by Häcken, Elfsborg had held the first position since the 5th round up until then.

Elfsborg would get ten out of 15 possible points in their last five games - winning against GAIS, losing against Norrköping, then winning against Gefle and Mjällby before finishing with 1–1 against Åtvidaberg - which would prove to be enough for them to win their sixth title.

Teams

A total of sixteen teams contested the league, including fourteen sides from the 2011 season and two promoted teams from the 2011 Superettan.

Trelleborgs FF and Halmstads BK were relegated at the end of the 2011 season after finishing in the bottom two places of the table. They were replaced by 2011 Superettan champions Åtvidabergs FF and runners-up GIF Sundsvall.

Syrianska FC as 14th-placed team retained their Allsvenskan spot after defeating third-placed Superettan team Ängelholms FF 4–3 on aggregate in a relegation/promotion playoff.

Stadia and locations

Team Location Stadium Turf1 Stadium capacity1
AIK Stockholm Råsunda Stadium Natural 36,608
Djurgårdens IF Stockholm Stockholm Stadion Natural 14,700
IF Elfsborg Borås Borås Arena Artificial 16,899
GAIS Gothenburg Gamla Ullevi Natural 18,416
Gefle IF Gävle Strömvallen Artificial 6,711
IFK Göteborg Gothenburg Gamla Ullevi Natural 18,416
Helsingborgs IF Helsingborg Olympia Natural 16,500
BK Häcken Gothenburg Rambergsvallen Natural 6,000
Kalmar FF Kalmar Guldfågeln Arena Natural 12,000
Malmö FF Malmö Swedbank Stadion Natural 24,000
Mjällby AIF Mjällby Strandvallen Natural 7,000
IFK Norrköping Norrköping Idrottsparken Artificial 17,234
GIF Sundsvall Sundsvall Norrporten Arena Artificial 7,700
Syrianska FC Södertälje Södertälje Fotbollsarena Artificial 6,400
Åtvidabergs FF Åtvidaberg Kopparvallen Artificial 8,300
Örebro SK Örebro Behrn Arena Artificial 13,129
  • 1 According to each club information page at the Swedish Football Association website for Allsvenskan.[8]

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.

Team Head coach1 Captain Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
AIK Andreas Alm Daniel Tjernström adidas Åbro
Djurgårdens IF Magnus Pehrsson Joona Toivio adidas ICA
IF Elfsborg Jörgen Lennartsson Anders Svensson Umbro Various
GAIS Benjamin Westman (caretaker) Fredrik Lundgren Puma Various
Gefle IF Per Olsson Daniel Bernhardsson Umbro Sandvik
IFK Göteborg Mikael Stahre Tobias Hysén adidas Prioritet Finans
Helsingborgs IF Åge Hareide (caretaker) Pär Hansson Puma Resurs Bank
BK Häcken Peter Gerhardsson Jonas Henriksson Nike BRA Bygg
Kalmar FF Nanne Bergstrand Henrik Rydström Puma Småländska Hjältevadshus
Malmö FF Rikard Norling Stoick Jorgensen]][9] Puma None
Mjällby AIF Peter Swärdh Patrik Rosengren Umbro Various
IFK Norrköping Janne Andersson Stoick Puma Holmen
GIF Sundsvall Sören Åkeby Ari Skúlason adidas Various
Syrianska FC Özcan Melkemichel2
Klebér Saarenpää
Suleyman Sleyman Nike Telge
Åtvidabergs FF Andreas Thomsson Henrik Gustavsson Uhlsport Various
Örebro SK Per-Ola Ljung Magnus Wikström Puma Malmbergs
  • 1 According to each club information page at the Swedish Football Association website for Allsvenskan.[8]
  • 3 Syrianska FC's Özcan Melkemichel had the title Manager while Klebér Saarenpää had the title Head coach, the team selection was done by Melkemichel.[10]

Managerial changes

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Table Incoming manager Date of appointment Table
IFK Göteborg Jonas Olsson End of contract 31 October 2011[11] Pre-season Mikael Stahre 1 November 2011[12] Pre-season
IF Elfsborg Magnus Haglund Mutual termination 3 November 2011[13] Pre-season Jörgen Lennartsson 29 November 2011[14] Pre-season
Örebro SK Sixten Boström Sacked 8 June 2012[15] 16th Per-Ola Ljung 8 June 2012[15] 16th
Helsingborgs IF Conny Karlsson Resigned 14 June 2012[16] 5th Åge Hareide (as caretaker) 14 June 2012[16] 5th
GAIS Alexander Axén Resigned 22 July 2012[17] 15th Jan Mak (as caretaker) 31 July 2012[18] 16th
GAIS Jan Mak (as caretaker) Resigned 2 October 2012[19] 16th Benjamin Westman (as caretaker) 3 October 2012[20] 16th

League table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 IF Elfsborg (C) 30 18 5 7 48 29 +19 59 2013–14 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round
2 BK Häcken 30 17 6 7 67 36 +31 57 2013–14 UEFA Europa League Second qualifying round[lower-alpha 1]
3 Malmö FF 30 16 8 6 49 33 +16 56 2013–14 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round[lower-alpha 2]
4 AIK 30 15 10 5 41 27 +14 55
5 IFK Norrköping 30 15 7 8 50 43 +7 52
6 Helsingborgs IF 30 13 11 6 52 33 +19 50
7 IFK Göteborg 30 9 12 9 36 41 5 39 2013–14 UEFA Europa League Second qualifying round[lower-alpha 1]
8 Åtvidabergs FF 30 9 10 11 48 48 0 37
9 Djurgårdens IF 30 8 13 9 37 40 3 37
10 Kalmar FF 30 10 7 13 36 45 9 37
11 Gefle IF 30 9 9 12 26 37 11 36 2013–14 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round[lower-alpha 2]
12 Mjällby AIF 30 8 10 12 33 39 6 34
13 Syrianska FC 30 9 7 14 35 45 10 34
14 GIF Sundsvall (R) 30 6 11 13 35 46 11 29 Relegation Playoffs
15 Örebro SK (R) 30 5 9 16 32 46 14 24 Relegation to Superettan
16 GAIS (R) 30 1 9 20 24 61 37 12
Source: svenskfotboll.se (in Swedish)
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. IFK Göteborg qualified for the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League second qualifying round by winning the 2012–13 Svenska Cupen.
  2. Sweden was among the best three associations in the UEFA Fair Play ranking and thus received an additional spot in the first qualifying round of the Europa League, Gefle IF received the qualifying spot for their ranking in Allsvenskans Fair Play ranking.[21]

Play-offs

Halmstads BK3 – 0GIF Sundsvall
Magyar  59'
Steindórsson  62'
Antonsson  72'
Report
Attendance: 5,839

GIF Sundsvall4 – 3Halmstads BK
Helg  29', 81'
Holster  42'
 76' (o.g.)
Report Steindórsson  33' (pen.)
Baldvinsson  68'
Boman  78'

Halmstads BK won 6–4 on aggregate.

Positions by round

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

Team ╲ Round123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930
IF Elfsborg263211111111111111111122113211
BK Häcken732473222234577543332211221332
Malmö FF10149624645322222222223334432123
AIK655342337743435434444443344444
IFK Norrköping424585464587746665667665566665
Helsingborgs IF1687968853455353356556556655556
IFK Göteborg141516151210588891013121112111210111110988789107
Åtvidabergs FF1111369101096666477778991010111291098
Djurgårdens IF13761114131111111211118810101088757771097879
Kalmar FF591171011129911131311139111210129888998107810
Gefle IF91015161314141515151514141414141414141414141413121112121111
Mjällby AIF1111148577766781010899911131211111171011111212
Syrianska FC34812151515141213109121113131313131213131312131313131313
GIF Sundsvall151610101191012131012129912881191010121214141414141414
Örebro SK121212131616161616161616161616161516161616151515151515151515
GAIS8131314912131314141415151515151615151515161616161616161616
Leader and 2013–14 UEFA Champions League second qualifying round
2013–14 UEFA Europa League second qualifying round
2013–14 UEFA Europa League first qualifying round
Relegation play-offs
Relegation to Superettan
Source: everysport.com (in Swedish)

Results

Home \ Away AIK DIF IFE GAI GIF IFKG HIF BKH KFF MFF MAIF IFKN GIFS SFC ÅFF ÖSK
AIK 1–1 1–1 1–0 0–1 1–1 2–1 3–1 1–2 2–0 0–0 5–2 1–1 1–1 1–0 3–0
Djurgårdens IF 0–3 0–0 3–0 1–1 3–2 3–1 0–3 1–1 2–3 0–1 1–1 1–0 1–1 1–1 2–1
IF Elfsborg 1–0 2–1 2–1 2–0 1–0 2–1 2–0 3–0 4–1 0–0 2–0 0–0 1–0 1–1 1–0
GAIS 0–1 0–0 1–2 2–3 1–1 1–3 0–0 1–2 2–3 2–2 2–0 1–2 1–4 2–2 0–1
Gefle IF 0–1 0–1 1–2 0–0 5–0 2–2 0–2 0–0 0–2 1–0 0–2 0–0 1–1 1–2 2–1
IFK Göteborg 0–1 1–0 2–1 0–0 1–1 1–1 1–1 1–1 2–2 4–2 1–2 2–0 1–0 2–1 2–2
Helsingborgs IF 0–0 1–1 2–1 1–1 4–1 2–0 3–2 7–2 1–1 1–1 1–2 4–0 1–0 3–0 1–1
BK Häcken 1–1 1–1 4–2 3–1 3–0 1–2 2–2 1–2 5–0 4–2 6–0 1–2 5–1 5–2 2–1
Kalmar FF 1–2 2–2 2–1 2–2 0–1 3–0 1–1 3–1 1–2 1–2 0–2 1–1 3–0 2–0 1–2
Malmö FF 4–0 3–1 1–0 2–0 0–0 1–2 3–0 0–0 2–0 1–1 2–0 2–0 2–0 2–1 1–1
Mjällby AIF 0–1 4–3 2–3 4–0 0–0 1–1 0–2 1–2 1–0 2–2 0–2 1–0 0–2 2–0 0–0
IFK Norrköping 2–2 1–1 2–1 7–2 0–1 0–0 1–0 1–2 2–1 3–2 2–1 2–2 1–4 2–2 3–0
GIF Sundsvall 2–3 0–1 0–3 2–0 0–1 3–3 0–1 1–2 0–1 1–1 3–1 0–4 4–0 3–3 3–1
Syrianska FC 0–1 1–1 1–4 2–0 1–0 2–1 1–3 1–2 3–0 0–2 2–1 1–2 1–1 2–2 2–2
Åtvidabergs FF 2–0 2–1 5–1 2–1 6–1 1–2 1–2 0–3 3–0 0–1 0–0 1–1 2–2 1–0 1–1
Örebro SK 2–2 2–3 0–2 4–0 1–2 1–0 0–0 1–2 0–1 2–1 0–1 0–1 2–2 0–1 3–4
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: svenskfotboll.se (in Swedish)
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Season statistics

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Abiola DaudaKalmar FFBK Häcken3–116 April 2012
Sharbel ToumaSyrianska FCIFK Norrköping4–16 May 2012
Waris Majeed5BK HäckenIFK Norrköping6–016 May 2012
Alfreð FinnbogasonHelsingborgs IFGefle IF4–12 July 2012
Erton FejzullahuDjurgårdens IFHelsingborgs IF3–125 August 2012
Nikola ĐurđićHelsingborgs IFGIF Sundsvall4–015 September 2012
Waris MajeedBK HäckenSyrianska FC5–16 October 2012
Gunnar Heiðar ÞorvaldssonIFK NorrköpingGIF Sundsvall0–428 October 2012
  • 5 Player scored 5 goals

Scoring

  • First goal of the season: Anders Svensson for IF Elfsborg against Djurgårdens IF (31 March 2012)[24]
  • Fastest goal of the season: 8 seconds, Daniel Sobralense for IFK Göteborg against Mjällby AIF (12 August 2012)[25]
  • Latest goal of the season: 94 minutes and 3 seconds, Walid Atta for Helsingborgs IF against Syrianska FC (14 July 2012)[26]
  • Largest winning margin: 6 goals – BK Häcken 6–0 IFK Norrköping (16 May 2012)
  • Highest scoring game: 9 goals
    • Helsingborgs IF 7–2 Kalmar FF (12 August 2012)[27]
    • IFK Norrköping 7–2 GAIS (1 October 2012)[28]
  • Most goals scored in a match by a single team: 7 goals
    • Helsingborgs IF 7–2 Kalmar FF (12 August 2012)[27]
    • IFK Norrköping 7–2 GAIS (1 October 2012)[28]
  • Most goals scored in a match by a losing team: 3 goals
    • Örebro SK 3–4 Åtvidabergs FF (2 April 2012)[29]
    • Mjällby AIF 4–3 Djurgårdens IF (20 April 2012)[30]
  • Fewest games failed to score in: 3[31]
    • BK Häcken
  • Most games failed to score in: 13[31]
    • GAIS
    • Gefle IF
    • GIF Sundsvall

Clean sheets

  • Most clean sheets: 13[31]
    • IF Elfsborg
    • Malmö FF
  • Fewest clean sheets: 4[31]
    • GIF Sundsvall
    • Åtvidabergs FF

Discipline

Attendance

Club Home Away Total
Average Total Average Total Average Total
Malmö FF 14,799 221,981 8,704 130,558 11,751 352,539
AIK 14,311 214,664 9,028 135,422 11,670 350,086
IF Elfsborg 10,513 157,695 7,892 118,387 9,203 276,082
IFK Göteborg 10,493 157,397 8,987 134,802 9,740 292,199
Helsingborgs IF 9,384 140,762 7,325 109,872 8,354 250,634
Djurgården 9,183 137,742 8,243 123,639 8,713 261,381
IFK Norrköping FK 7,466 111,987 6,483 97,238 6,974 209,225
Kalmar FF 6,208 93,126 6,638 99,570 6,423 192,696
Örebro 5,525 82,875 6,961 104,421 6,243 187,296
GAIS 4,783 71,740 6,240 93,601 5,511 165,341
Åtvidabergs FF 4,579 68,692 7,416 111,244 5,998 179,936
BK Häcken 4,348 65,224 6,677 100,160 5,513 165,384
GIF Sundsvall 4,032 60,481 5,868 88,024 4,950 148,505
Mjällby AIF 3,892 58,381 6,496 97,447 5,194 155,828
Gefle IF FF 3,387 50,812 6,089 91,339 4,738 142,151
Syrianska FC 2,453 36,798 6,309 94,633 4,381 131,431
League

7,210

1,730,357

[35]

See also

Transfers

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