eAllsvenskan is the largest professional FIFA competition in Sweden. Allsvenskan and some of the biggest clubs in Superettan participates and settles for the title and a ranking in the qualifiers for the world championship eWorld Cup. In 2019, the league was decided on May 25 with a final day at Annexet in Stockholm, where Malmö FF became the first Swedish champions of eAllsvenskan. In 2020, Örgryte IS was the final winner after two straight victories against Malmö FF. In 2021, Örgryte IS repeated the feat and took its second straight gold, this time after a final victory against AIK.
In the third season, 2021, 17 clubs competed for the title of Sweden’s best club at EA SPORTS FIFA 21. As with previous seasons, the eAllsvenskan was part of the EA SPORTS FIFA 21 Global Series as a qualifying league, which gives the best placed participants a place in EA SPORTS FIFA 21 Global Series EU Playoffs Play-in phase.
Participating clubs were in addition to the winners Örgryte IS also local rivals IFK Gothenburg, AFC Eskilstuna, Degerfors IF, GIF Sundsvall, Helsingborgs IF, Malmö FF, Trelleborgs FF and Varbergs Bois. All members of Group A.
In Group B were AIK, Akropolis IF, Djurgårdens IF, Hammarby IF, IFK Norrköping, IK Sirius, Jönköpings Södra IF and Östers IF.
eAllsvenskan is run by DreamHack Sports Games and was broadcast on Tuesdays and Wednesdays on YouTube and Twitch.
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• The league contains 17 clubs
• Each club is represented by at least two professional FIFA players
• The league runs for two months starting in March.
Within their group, everyone plays against everyone, where then the top four from each group advance to the playoffs, which are played the first week of June. Each meeting between two clubs consists of two different individual matches, where the total result is added together. New for this year is that one game is played on PlayStation 4, the other on Xbox One.
In addition to being able to declare itself the country’s best club, there is also a competition for a prize pool of SEK 200,000 and three places in the FIFAe World Cup play-offs (1 direct place on Xbox and two Qualifying places on PS4) at stake.