Since March 19, Allsvenskan has been postponed for both men and women indefinitely. But during Friday morning, the Public Health Authority and the government are expected to provide green light for football in Sweden this summer.

That would mean there will be games in the Allsvenskan for Mjällby AIF - with a premiere in mid-June.

- It means very much. It's a relief if we get to bend again. The players are in and training, but need that little extra to keep up the motivation, says Hans Larsson, sports manager at Mjällby AIF.

Games before empty stands

It is already clear that the matches will be played in front of empty stands.

- We are happy if our audience will at least be able to follow the matches via TV. But of course we hope it can be filled with crowds as soon as possible, says Hans Larsson.

Even the superetta and damall swan are expected to play their first rounds in June.