Last updated : Sunday, 03 December 2023
The Karlacup is an amateur football league in Stockholm, Sweden. It was founded in 1972 and currently has over 100 teams competing in a variety of divisions.
The league is named after Karlaplan, a square in Stockholm where the first games were played.
The Karlacup is a popular league and attracts players of all ages and abilities. It is a great way to get involved in football and meet new people.
The Karlacup was founded in 1972 by a group of friends who wanted to create a more relaxed and informal football league than the traditional leagues.
The league started with just a few teams, but it quickly grew in popularity. Today, the Karlacup has over 100 teams competing in a variety of divisions.
The Karlacup has been a breeding ground for some of Sweden's top footballers. In recent years, several players who have played in the Karlacup have gone on to play professional football.
The Karlacup is divided into a number of divisions, based on the skill level of the teams.
The top division is the Allsvenskan, followed by the Superettan, Division 1, and Division 2.
There are also a number of lower divisions, for teams of all abilities.
The Karlacup follows the rules of the Swedish Football Association.
The games are played on 11-a-side pitches, with two 45-minute halves.
The offside rule is in effect.