Year Championship Winners - Cup Winners Result 2007 IF Elfsborg - Helsingborgs IF 1-0 2008 IFK Göteborg - Kalmar FF 3-1 2009 Kalmar FF - IFK Göteborg 1-0 2010 AIK - IFK Göteborg [*] 1-0 2011 Malmö FF - Helsingborgs IF 1-2 2012 Helsingborgs IF - AIK [*] 2-0 2013 Malmö FF - IFK Göteborg 3-2 2014 Malmö FF - IF Elfsborg 2-2 [aet, 5-4 pen] 2015 IFK Norrköping - IFK Göteborg 3-0 [*] IFK Göteborg were losing cup finalists (and league runners-up), AIK won the double 2009; AIK were league runners-up 2011, Helsingborgs IF won the double 2011 NB: competition discontinued after 2015 edition Number of titles [9; lost finals between square brackets] 2 [ 1] Helsingborgs IF 2 [ 1] Malmö FF 1 [ 4] IFK Göteborg 1 [ 1] AIK 1 [ 1] IF Elfsborg 1 [ 1] Kalmar FF 1 IFK Norrköping Number of League-and-Cup Doubles (18) 8 Malmö FF [1943/44, 1950/51, 1952/53, 1967, 1974/75, 1977/78, 1988/89, 2021/22] 2 AIK [1998/99, 2009] Djurgårdens IF [2002, 2005] Helsingborgs IF [1940/41, 2011] IFK Göteborg [1982/83, 1991] IFK Norrköping [1942/43, 1944/45] NB: between 1941 and 1953 the cup tournament was played in the summer after the conclusion of the league season (played in fall-spring rhythm); the first three doubles of Malmö FF, the first of Helsingborgs IF and both won by IFK Norrköping consisted of a league title followed by a cup win; since 1959 the league has always been played in a calendar year season, but the cup was played in a fall-spring rhythm between 1968/69 and 2000/01 and again since 2012/13 (except for the 1991/92 cup, which was finished in 1991); therefore, considering qualification for UEFA's club tournaments, a league-and-cup double in those periods consist of winning the cup in the spring following a championship win, which is what was done in the listing above; thus, the five occasions on which a club won both tournaments in the same calendar year (Malmö FF in 1974, 1975 and 1986 and IFK Göteborg in 1982 and 1983; in all cases the cup tournament had started in the year before) are not included; the 1974/75 double of Malmö FF and the 1982/83 one of IFK Göteborg of course are.
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