Elitettan (English: The Elite First) is the second highest division of Swedish women's football. Contested by 14 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Damallsvenskan and Division 1. Seasons run from April to October, with teams playing 26 matches each in the season. The league was created in 2013.[1]

Country Sweden
ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
Number of teams14
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toDamallsvenskan
Relegation toDivision 1
Domestic cup(s)Svenska Cupen
Current championsIF Limhamn Bunkeflo
Most championships3 teams (1 title)
2019 Elitettan

Current clubs (2019 season)[2]

Club Location Venue Capacity
AIKStockholmSkytteholms IP5,000
Asarums IF FKAsarumAsarums IF2,500
Assi IFRisögrund Billerud Korsnäs Arena1,500
Borgeby FKBjärredBorgeby IP1,000
IF BrommapojkarnaStockholmGrimsta IP7,350
Hammarby IFStockholmHammarby IP3,700
IFK KalmarKalmarGröndal12,182
Kvarnsvedens IKBorlängeLjungbergsplanen1,010
Lidköpings FKLidköpingFramnäs IP2,500
Mallbackens IFLysvikStrandvallen2,000
Morön BKSkellefteåSkogsvallen IP1,500
SundvallsSundvallNP3 Arena8,034
Umeå IKUmeåT3 Arena10,000
IK Uppsala FootballUppsalaLötens IP3.500

IK Uppsala was previously known as IK Sirius Fotboll

2013Eskilstuna United DFFAIK
2014Mallbackens IFHammarby IF
2015Kvarnsvedens IKDjurgårdens IF
2016 IF Limhamn Bunkeflo Hammarby IF
2017 Växjö DFFIFK Kalmar
2018 KungsbackaKIF Orebro


  1. Official site
  2. svenskfotboll.se (in Swedish) https://www.svenskfotboll.se/serier/elitettan/. Retrieved 2018-10-06. Missing or empty |title= (help)
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