Fixtures

DateRHome v Away-
06/27 16:00 7 Fanna BK v Arameiska-Syrianska View
06/30 17:00 7 Osterlen FF v Malmo FF View
06/30 17:00 7 Kvarnsvedens IK v Sandvikens IF View
06/30 17:00 7 FC Rosengård 1917 v Torns IF View
06/30 17:00 7 Kristianstad FC v Lunds BK View
06/30 17:00 7 Husqvarna FF v Skövde AIK View
06/30 17:00 7 Onsala BK v Lindome GIF View
06/30 17:00 7 Enskede IK v FC Stockholm Internazionale View
06/30 17:00 7 Räppe GOIF v Sölvesborgs GoIF View
06/30 17:30 7 IK Sleipner v Oskarshamns AIK View
06/30 17:30 7 IFK Lulea v Umea FC View
06/30 17:30 7 Stöde IF v Ytterhogdals IK View

Wikipedia - Svenska Cupen

Svenska Cupen (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈsvɛ̂nːska ˈkɵ̌pːɛn], The Swedish Cup) is a knockout cup competition in Swedish football and the main Swedish football cup. Svenska Cupen usually refers to the men's tournament, although a women's tournament is also held. Each year 98 teams compete, comprising the 16 teams from Allsvenskan and the 16 teams of Superettan together with 68 teams from lower tiers of the league system. The winners qualify for the qualifying stages of the UEFA Europa League. The winner is awarded Gustaf VI Adolf Cup.

Compared to cups in many other countries, Svenska Cupen attracts considerably less public interest and even the cup final is rarely sold out. Consequently, the Swedish Football Association has experimented with the format in order to raise the profile of the cup. The final has been staged at a neutral venue, at the national stadium as well as being played as a two-leg match.

Svenska Cupen was first held in 1941. The current holders of Svenska Cupen are IFK Göteborg who beat Malmö FF in the 2020 final. Malmö FF are the most successful club of the competition having won 14 titles, the latest in 1989.