Malmo FF was founded in 1910 and has won the Swedish top-flight 25 times. IFK Malmö was initially considered the main rival, but the football team has not been in the Swedish top flight since the 1960s. Helsingborg and IFK Gothenburg are considered the main rivals and enemies. The rivalry with IFK Goteborg is more about the title race; they are the two most successful clubs in Swedish football history and the only two to have reached the finals of the European Cup: UEFA Cup 1982 and 1987 IFK Gothenburg and Malmö FF at Euro 1979. At Allsvenskan 2012 since 1962; therefore, matches between the two clubs are rare. No club has been a member of Allsvenskan since its establishment in 1924.
No club won the title of Swedish champion between 1925 and 1930, even though the Allsvenskan First Division championship was played. After the play-off format in 1991 and 1992, the Swedish title was determined by the winner of the Masterskapsserien, an additional championship after the end of Allsvenskan. Since winning the Allsvenskan in the first seasons of the Allsvenskan was the optimal goal for the clubs, while in the era of the playoffs and the continuation of the championship called Masterskapsserien, the optimal goal was not to win the Allsvenskan, but the playoffs or Masterskapsserien.
They have won the longest title drought in the history of Malmö football after winning the last Swedish championship in 1988 and the previous Allsvenskan title in 1989. This made them the only Swedish football team in 2016 to reach the European Cup and receive the Svenska Dagbladet gold medal. The highlight of Allsvenskan 2011 was Malmo Fotboll, who helped get the quarter-finals of the 2011 Svenska Cupen, the club’s best cup result since reaching the semi-finals in 2002.
During former England manager Roy Hodgson from 85 to 89, Malmö won the Allsvenskan in all five seasons. John Dahl Tomasson is a famous name in football. The former Danish assistant coach and now head of the MFF leads a great life in football, is a proven goalscorer in many European leagues, and has worked in clubs such as Newcastle, Feyenoord ”, “Milan”. , Stuttgart and Villarreal.
The average attendance for Malmo FF matches in the 2012 season was 14,799, the best in Allsvenskan 2012. Other teams that have performed best in Allsvenskan for at least one season include Helsingborg, Malmo FF, Djurgarden, GAIS, Hammarby, Orebro SK and Oster. AIK has recorded the highest season attendance in Allsvenskan more than any other club, followed by IFK Goteborg and Orgryte. Their local rivals IFK Malmo have been relegated, and all spring matches have been cancelled.