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Division 2
Sport Football
Founded 2006
No. of teams 72 (in six groups)
Country(ies) Sweden
Most recent champion(s) Ersboda SK, Arameiska-Syrianska, IK Brage, Motala AIF, Lindome GIF, Malmö Anadolu BI (all promoted to Division 1)

Division 2 is the fourth level in the league system of Swedish football and comprises 72 Swedish football teams. Division 2 had status as the official second level from 1928 to 1986, but was replaced by Division 1 in 1987. It then had status as the official third level until 2005, but was replaced once again by the recreated Division 1 in 2006.

The competition

There are 72 clubs in Division 2, divided in six groups of 12 teams each representing a geographical area. 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 22 games. At the end of each season the two lowest placed teams of each group are relegated to Division 3 and the twelve winning teams from the twelve Division 3 leagues are promoted in their place while the third lowest placed teams in the Division 2 leagues plays promotion/relegation play-offs against the twelve second placed teams in Division 3. The top team in each Division 2 group is promoted to Division 1 and the three lowest placed teams from each Division 1 league are relegated in their place.

Current clubs

2009 Season.

Division 2 Norrland
Division 2 Norra Svealand
Division 2 Södra Svealand
Division 2 Mellersta Götaland
Division 2 Västra Götaland
Division 2 Södra Götaland


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