The Allsvenskan is the Swedish professional football league for men’s association football clubs. It was founded in 1924 and is the top division of Swedish football’s league system. The league is structured on a promotion-and-relegation system, and each team has the right to play in the Allsvenskan only once. In addition, the league operates on a promotion and relegation system with the Superettan (second tier) of the sport.
The Allsvenskan has a 96-year unbroken streak. The Allsvenskan has also experienced no interruptions from World War II due to the neutrality of the country. It is the most popular football league in the world, and is a favorite among fans. There are a few differences between the league and the Premier League. The Allsvenskan is more competitive than many other European soccer leagues, but its popularity is not affected by the divisional structure.
A number of teams compete in the Allsvenskan. Since its creation in 1924, there are 66 clubs in the league. The champions, AIK, have won 91 seasons. Malmo FF have won 63 consecutive seasons, and IFK Goteborg won the fourth title in 1979. It has the highest attendance record in the country, but its season is less competitive than the top division.