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Allsvenskan Football Kits

Whether you’re new to Swedish domestic football or you’ve been a long time admirer of the Allsvenskan, by shopping with FOOTY.COM you can pick up your next Scandinavian kit for less.
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Allsvenskan Football Kits

From Malmo to AIK, we have a great range of kits from clubs plying their trade in Sweden’s top league, including strips from seasons gone by and the very latest releases. At FOOTY.COM we pride ourselves on helping football fans to find the best deals and biggest savings on the kits they’re searching for. However, we don’t stop at the most well known sides. We have a range of niche kits from Allsvenskan clubs, perfect for turning heads at training! Make sure you’re signed up to the FOOTY.COM newsletter to hear about more great offers on football’s most niche kits!   

League History

Founded back in 1924, the Allsvenskan is home to the top 16 clubs in domestic Swedish football. With the division currently running for an unbroken 90 successive seasons, it’s one of the longest running leagues not just in Europe, but the world too! Unlike the majority of the other European leagues, the Allsvenskan runs from late March / early April to the start of November to help boost attendances. The winners of the division get their hands on the Lennart Johanssons Pokal trophy and automatically qualify for the Champions League, with the runners-up and third place finishers qualifying for the Europa League.     

European Contenders

Although they me not be household names, sides from the Allsvenskan have made their voices heard on the European stage in the past. Along with introducing the world to the likes of Henrik Larsson and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in their early playing days, clubs including Malmo, Goteborg, Elfsborg, AIK and Helsingborgs have all represented Sweden in the Champions League and Europa League. They may struggle to match the bigger sides today, but in the late 70s and early 80s they regularly made it to the final stages of European competitions. Malmo FF, the most successful club in the Allsvenskan, narrowly lost out to Brian Clough’s Nottingham Forest in the 1979 European Cup final. Whereas IFK Goteborg secured the UEFA Cup twice in the 80s, to add to a historic 3-0 win over Barcelona in 1986. At FOOTY.COM you can relive the glory days of Swedish football by browsing or range of retro designed kits! 

If you’ve chosen your newest Allsvenskan kit, head over to the boots and training wear section at FOOTY.COM to make sure you’re looking the business at your next kick around!