A match between Swedish sides Ostersunds and Jonkoping Sodra was abandoned after a pitch invader assaulted Ostersunds goalkeeper Aly Keita on Monday.
Players and security escorted the intruder away after the he ran onto the pitch and grabbed Keita in the final minutes of the game.
Medics attended to Keita, who fell to the ground after the attack, before taking him off the field.
Police arrested a 17-year-old man from Sodertalje, near Stockholm, the Swedish football federation said in a statement.
Jordan Larsson has been held back from participating in Sweden's Olympics campaign by his father Henrik.
The Helsingborg forward had been included on the list of players headed to Rio de Janeiro for next month's summer games, but plans have been changed thanks to his famous father, who also serves as Helsingborg manager.
Henrik, a former Celtic and Barcelona star, cited his club's lack of options up front as the reason he chose to dash his son's Olympic dreams.
"The reason is that we have only two...
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has brushed aside questions about his club future and ongoing speculation about Manchester United, although he has confirmed he does not plan to return to Malmo.
Ibrahimovic, 34, has been linked with a reunion with new United manager Jose Mourinho next season after leaving Paris Saint-Germain, but his agent suggested in recent days that a move to Old Trafford is unlikely.
At a news conference with the Sweden national team on Wednesday, the striker said: "I want you to still...
Norrkoping coach Jan Andersson hailed an "unreal" achievement after his side beat defending champions Malmo 2-0 to win their first Swedish championship since 1989 on Saturday.
IFK Norrköping är Svenska Mästare 2015. pic.twitter.com/FaCYdOOvYs- IFK Norrköping (@ifknorrkoping) October 31, 2015
The last-day drama saw goals from Emir Kujovic and Arnor Ingvi Traustason secure the title, leaving Norrkoping three points clear of nearest challengers IFK Goteborg.
"It's unreal. What...