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Swedish Basketball League

Who wins the Swedish Basketball League 2019/2020?

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2019–20 Swedish Basketball League

The Svenska Basketligan (aka ‘The League) is the premier league for professional basketball in Sweden. It has been in existence since ‘92. The capacity of the club’s arenas tend to range between one-thousand and five-thousand, so while it may not be the most popular of leagues in Europe, there’s certainly a big enough following to warrant some coverage.

Although its format is mostly similar to other leagues, in its 25th season only eight teams participated in the competition. The participating teams first play a conventional round-robin schedule with everyone playing each other 4 times for a total of twenty-eight games. The top 8 teams qualifies for the playoffs, with the 3rd to 6th-seeded teams playing the quarter-finals while the 1st and 2nd teams getting an automatic passage into the semi-finals, with a best-of-3 structure being put into place for the 1st round & a best-of-7 format for the semi-finals and final.

Unlike other European leagues, the Swedish Basketball League is not dominated by one or two teams, as throughout the course of it history, several teams have been able to call themselves the Champions of Sweden. This is a good thing, if you ask me. BC Lulea has won a record 8 championships, with 4 runners-up medals to their name. Sodertalje Kings are six-time champions including 4 successive titles from '13 to '16, and their last year triumph. Norrkoping Dolphins has won 4 championships while Sundsvall Dragons & Solna Vikings each have won two, with five other teams being able to claim that they’ve held the trophy up high.

According to the official website for the Basketligan, it we’ll be back with up to ten teams for the 2019–20 season, which includes: Boras Basket, BC Lulea, Jamtland Basket, Koping Stars, Norrkoping Dolphins, Nassjo Basket, Sodertalje Kings, Umea Bskt, Djurgårdens IF Basket and finally Wetterbygden Stars.


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