Sweden football 1 division
Division 1 with the Ettan brand- The old Division 1 replaced Division 2 as the second-highest division in 1987 and consisted of two separate leagues, each with 14 teams, Norra (North) and Södra (South), with the exception of the 1991 and 1992 seasons comprised 32 teams in four leagues, Östra (East) and Västra (West). As of the 2018 season, the leagues of Norra and Södra of Division 1 consist of 16 clubs, similar to Allsvenskan and Superettan.
The old Division 1 replaced 1987 Division 2 as the second highest league and consisted of two separate leagues with 14 teams, Norra (North) and Södra (South), with the exception of the seasons 1991 and 1992, in which 32 teams were represented in four leagues , Add Östra (east) and Västra (west). As of the 2018 season, the leagues of Norra and Södra of Division 1 consist of 16 clubs, similar to Allsvenskan and Superettan.
In Division 1, there are 32 clubs divided into two groups of 16 teams each, representing northern and southern Sweden. During a season (starting in April and ending in November), each club plays twice, once in the home stadium and once in the stadium of the opponent, a total of 30 games. At the end of each season, the three lowest placed teams in each group descend into Division 2 and the six winning teams from the six Division 2 leagues are promoted in their stead. The top team in each Division 1 group will be promoted to Superettan, and the two lowest-ranked Superettan teams will drop out in their place. The second-placed teams in each Division 1 group play a promotion / relegation match against the third and fourth lowest teams in Superettan.
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