For an overall view of the Swedish hockey scene, go to www.eurohockey.net/se. Choose from the links on the left to find the latest scores and standings from each competition.
The second level of ice hockey in Sweden is called Allsvenskan. In English that is "The All-Swedish". In the autumn Allsvenskan is devided into a North and a South divison with 12 teams in each division. The divisions are split to two groups of 6 teams. All teams play each other once at home and once away, with a further game home and away taking place against the teams in the same group. The total number of games per team is 20+12=32.
The four best placed teams in each division qualify for SuperAllsvenskan. The 8 teams in SuperAllsvenskan play each other once at home and once away. The total number of games per team is 14. The 2 best teams qualify for Kvalserien till Elitserien. Team 3-6 qualify for Play Off 1 till Kvalserien till Elitserien. Team 7-8 will stay in Allsvenskan next season.
Team 5-12 of Allsvenskan North/South will play Allsvenskan Fortsättningsserien North and South. The 8 teams in each division play each other once at home and once away. The total number of games per team is 14. The 1st and 2nd team qualify for Play Off 1 till Kvalserien till Elitserien. Team 3-6 will stay in Allsvenskan next season. Team 7 and 8 have to play Kvalserien till Allsvenskan against the best teams from Division 1 to avoid relegation.
Member teams 2003/04:
Nyköpings Hockey 90
IF Sundsvall Hockey
IF Vallentuna BK
IFK Arboga IK
Mörrums GoIS IK
Växjö Lakers HC