New season starting on Saturday! Bad news: no TV games scheduled Great news: All 132 games will be streamed on damallsvenskan.tv. Not geo-blocked, but costs 89 SEK (roughly €10) per game, or 169 SEK per month. Watch for free until May 5th. Squads and transfers on the spelare12 blog Most people seem to agree that Linköping is the only team that can challenge Rosengård for the title and I think they will! Behind them it looks like everyone can beat everyone. Here's some short information about the teams and my predictions for the season: 1 Linköping....They have slaughtered a lot of opponents in the preseason and has a great attack with Danish star Pernille Harder and up and coming Swedish star Stina Blackstenius. Portuguese captain Claudia Neto controlling the midfield and solid defenders like Swedish NT defenders Samuelsson and Ericsson. 2 Rosengård....Plenty of international stars like Marta, Enganamouit, Martens, Andonova and Riley. Still the team to beat and anything but gold will of course be a disappointment. Defense looking more solid with the new coach. 3 Vittsjö....Surprise of the season? Some nice aquisitions like nigerians Okobi and Chukwunonye. Scotland international Iffy Dieke and Finnish Linda Sällström are other players in a very international squad. 4 Eskilstuna....Big changes for last year's runner up loosing Enganamouit and Petra Larsson among others. Many promising Swedish players like Malin Diaz, Marija Banusic, Olivia Schough and Mimmi Larsson. The English-Irish-Icelandic defense is the same as last year. 5 Piteå...Hard work will get them a new spot in the upper half? Defender of the year 2015 Faith Ikidi is still in the squad. Many promising Swedish U23 players. But who will score the goals when Hammarlund is gone? 6 Göteborg....Out with the dutchies and in with Swedish talent. Pauline Hammarlund is a nice signing and she will surely score some goals. Elin Rubensson is another key player. 7 Umeå....Half the team recovering from injuries. Struggling financially and has a young but talented squad. Some strong players too like Swedish NT players Lina Hurtig, Hanna Folkesson, Jenny Hjohlman plus nigerian Rita Chikwelu. 8 Örebro....Big changes here with a few club icons leaving. Melissa Tancredi and Veronica Perez have joined the club. Nigerian Ogonna Chukwudi and talented midfielder Michelle De Jongh are keys to success. 9 Kristianstad...Struggling financially like many other teams and has a pretty anonymous squad. Ivorian Ida Guehai scored the goals last year and Danish winger Johanna Rasmussen will surely get some assists. 10 Djurgården....Newcomers with lots of new signings. Katrin Schmidt and Emilia Appelqvist are very good signings in the midfield. 11 Kvarnsveden....Newbie and unexperienced squad. A few Americans on the team and Malawi striker Tabita Chawinga is a true super talent. 12 Mallbacken...Survived last season thanks to better goal difference than Hammarby. Scottish, New Zealand and Australian NT-players in the squad.