"

Together we develop Swedish elite football

"

<
22 September, 2021

Code of Conduct

As members of Swedish Professional Football Leagues and participants in Allsvenskan and Superettan, we all have a joint responsibility for Swedish football. Together, we nurture the brands of the leagues and clubs by setting a good example and setting an example for how we behave on and off the pitch.

The club plays a central role in the establishment and evaluation of the Code of Conduct and works to ensure that its values ​​will implemented in the club walls, from the senior teams to youth teams, spectators, fans and other people who in some way represent the club. We will work together to continuously improve the work and follow the recommendations that a third-party audit can provide.

We want a football there:

• Everyone feels welcome, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity or nationality

• Everyone feels safe and secure attending our events

• We work together to affirm the positive atmosphere in our stands

• We all show respect for each other regardless of whether it concerns the game, the players, the referees, the leaders, the employees, the elected representatives and the audience.

For us, football is about justice, respect, dignity and joy – and we act to show it.

MER FRÅN SEF

“Together we create winning teams” – a conference about the importance of football in the local community

1 Dec 2022

Unique study maps the betting habits of men’s elite football players in Sweden

1 Dec 2022

The official match ball of 2023

1 Dec 2022

Examination of the Masterclass Sporting Director 2022

18 Nov 2022

2.75 million people watched the Allsvenskan and Superettan games

11 Nov 2022

Latest news

Unique study maps the betting habits of men’s elite football players in Sweden

1 Dec 2022

“Together we create winning teams” – a conference about the importance of football in the local community

1 Dec 2022

The official match ball of 2023

1 Dec 2022

Examination of the Masterclass Sporting Director 2022

18 Nov 2022

2.75 million people watched the Allsvenskan and Superettan games

11 Nov 2022