Football records and statistics in Sweden

This article lists various Swedish football records for the various Swedish football leagues and competitions and the Sweden national team.

National team

Men's national team

Largest victory: 120

Largest loss: 112

Most appearances, career: 148

Most appearances, consecutive: 45

Most goals scored, career: 56

Most penalty goals scored, career: 7

Most hat-tricks, career: 9

Fastest goal: 11 seconds

Swedish Champions

Most championships: 18

  • IFK Göteborg
    • 1908, 1910, 1918, 193435, 194142, 195758, 1969, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2007

Most championships, consecutive: 4

Allsvenskan

Most championships: 20

  • Malmö FF
    • 194344, 194849, 194950, 195051, 195253, 1965, 1967, 1970, 1971, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 2004, 2010, 2013

Most championships, consecutive: 5

Most wins, season: 21

  • Malmö FF (2010)
    • Played 30, won 21, drew 4, lost 5

Fewest wins, season: 0

Wins, consecutive: 23

Without losses, consecutive: 49

  • Malmö FF (194950)
    • Played 49, won 41, drew 8

Losses, consecutive: 18

Without wins, consecutive: 22

Most points, season (2 points for a win): 43

  • Malmö FF (1974)
    • Played 26, won 19, drew 5, lost 2

Most points, season (3 points for a win): 67

  • Malmö FF (2010)
    • Played 30, won 21, drew 4, lost 5

Fewest points, season (2 points for a win): 3

Fewest points, season (3 points for a win): 10

Most appearances, career: 431

Most appearances, consecutive: 332

Most goals scored, career: 252

Most goals scored, season: 39

Most goals scored, match: 7

Highest attendance, match: 52,194

Svenska Cupen

Most championships: 14

  • Malmö FF
    • 1944, 1946, 1947, 1951, 1953, 1967, 197273, 197374, 197475, 197778, 197980, 198384, 198586, 198889

Most successful clubs overall (1896 – present)

Team Domestic European Total
Swedish Football Champions Svenska Cupen Supercupen UEFA Cup
Malmö FF20142-36
IFK Göteborg1871228
AIK1281-21
IFK Norrköping1361-20
Djurgårdens IF115--16
Örgryte IS121--13
Helsingborgs IF552-12
IF Elfsborg631-10
Östers IF41--5
GAIS41--5
Halmstads BK41--5
Kalmar FF131-5
Åtvidabergs FF22--4
Brynäs IF1---1
IFK Eskilstuna1---1
Fässbergs IF1---1
Göteborgs IF1---1
Hammarby IF1---1
IK Sleipner1---1
BK Häcken-1--1
Degerfors IF-1--1
Landskrona BoIS-1--1
Råå IF-1--1
Östersunds FK-1--1
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