Swedish Football Division 1 Norra

Swedish Division 1 Norra
Country Sweden
Founded 2006
Number of teams 14
Promotion to Superettan
Relegation to Division 2
Current champions Dalkurd FF
2016 Division 1

Division 1 Norra (literally, "Division 1 Northern") is one of two leagues of the third level, Division 1, in the league system of Swedish football and comprises 14 Swedish football teams. Division 1 Norra had status as one of the official second level leagues from 1987 to 1999, but was replaced by Superettan in 2000, however it was recreated for the 2006 season, now on the third level instead.


The old Division 1 Norra replaced Division 2 Norra as one of the two second highest level leagues in 1987 and consisted of 14 teams, except for the 1991 and 1992 seasons when it comprised only 8 teams due to the second level having four leagues.

The competition

There are 14 clubs in Division 1 Norra. During the course of a season (starting in April and ending in October) each club plays the others twice, once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 26 games. At the end of each season the three lowest placed teams are relegated to Division 2 and three winning teams from three of the Division 2 leagues are promoted in their place. The top team in Division 1 Norra is promoted to Superettan and one of the two lowest placed teams from Superettan are relegated in their place. The second placed teams in Division 1 Norra plays a promotion/relegation play-off against the third or fourth lowest team in Superettan.

Current clubs

Stadia and locations


Team Location Stadium Stadium capacity1
Akropolis IF Stockholm Akalla BP 2,000
IK Brage Borlänge Domnarvsvallen 6,500
IF Brommapojkarna Stockholm Grimsta IP 8,000
Carlstad United Karlstad Tingvalla IP 10,000
Enskede IK Stockholm Enskede IP 1,000
BK Forward Örebro Trängens IP 4,700
IFK Luleå Luleå Skogsvallen 7,000
Nyköpings BIS Nyköping Rosvalla IP 1,000
Piteå IF Piteå LF Arena 6,000
IK Sleipner Norrköping Nya Parken 16,800
Team TG FF Umeå Tegstunets IP 1,000
Umeå FC Umeå T3 Arena 10,000
Vasalunds IF Solna Skytteholms IP 3,000
Västerås SK Västerås Swedbank Park 7,000

Previous winners

Swedish Football
League Structure

Allsvenskan (Tier 1)
Superettan (Tier 2)
Division 1 (Tier 3)
Division 2 (Tier 4)
Division 3 (Tier 5)
Division 4 (Tier 6)
Division 5 (Tier 7)
Division 6 (Tier 8)
Division 7 (Tier 9)
Division 8 (Tier 10)

1987Djurgårdens IF (1)IFK Eskilstuna
1988Örebro SK (1)IFK Eskilstuna
1989Hammarby IF (1)Vasalunds IF
1990GIF Sundsvall (1)Vasalunds IF
1991Kiruna FF (1)IFK Luleå
1992IFK Sundsvall (1)IFK Luleå
1993Hammarby IF (2)Vasalunds IF
1994Djurgårdens IF (2)Umeå FC
1995Umeå FC (1)Gefle IF
1996Västerås SK (1)Hammarby IF
1997Hammarby IF (3)Djurgårdens IF
1998Djurgårdens IF (3)Umeå FC
1999GIF Sundsvall (2)Assyriska Föreningen
2000-05Not played
2006Enköpings SK (1)IK Sirius
2007Assyriska FF (1)Väsby United
2008Syrianska FC (1)Vasalunds IF
2009Degerfors IF (1)IK Brage
2010Västerås SK FK (2)IK Sirius FK
2011Umeå FC (2)FC Väsby United
2012Östersunds FK (1)BK Forward
2013IK Sirius (1)Dalkurd FF
2014AFC United (1)IK Frej Täby
2015Dalkurd FF (1)Akropolis IF

League champions

3Djurgårdens IF
3Hammarby IF
2GIF Sundsvall
2Umeå FC
2Västerås SK
1Assyriska FF
1Degerfors IF
1Enköpings SK
1Kiruna FF
1IFK Sundsvall
1Örebro SK
1Östersunds FK
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