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Previous Winners

Season Winners Runners-up
1896 Örgryte IS (1) IS Idrottens Vänner
1897 Örgryte IS (2) Örgryte IS 2
1898 Örgryte IS (3) AIK
1899 Örgryte IS (4) Göteborgs FF
1900 AIK (1) Örgryte IS
1901 AIK (2) Örgryte IS 2
1902 Örgryte IS (5) Jönköpings AIF
1903 Göteborgs IF (1) Göteborgs FF
1904 Örgryte IS (6) Djurgårdens IF
1905 Örgryte IS (7) IFK Stockholm
1906 Örgryte IS (8) Djurgårdens IF
1907 Örgryte IS (9) IFK Uppsala
1908 IFK Göteborg (1) IFK Uppsala
1909 Örgryte IS (10) Djurgårdens IF
1910 IFK Göteborg (2) Djurgårdens IF
1911 AIK (3) IFK Uppsala
1912 Djurgårdens IF (1) Örgryte IS
1913 Örgryte IS (11) Djurgårdens IF
1914 AIK (4) Helsingborgs IF
1915 Djurgårdens IF (2) Örgryte IS
1916 AIK (5) Djurgårdens IF
1917 Djurgårdens IF (3) AIK
1918 IFK Göteborg (3) Helsingborgs IF
1919 GAIS (1) Djurgårdens IF
1920 Djurgårdens IF (4) IK Sleipner
1921 IFK Eskilstuna (1) IK Sleipner
1922 GAIS (2) Hammarby IF
1923 AIK (6) IFK Eskilstuna
1924 Fässbergs IF (1) IK Sirius
1925 Brynäs IF (1) BK Derby

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