The tournament will be played from 3 – 6 September and comes in the wake of the LET approving a merger with the LPGA in late November.
Alexandra Armas, acting chief executive officer of the LET, said: “It’s the perfect time for us to add a new and exciting tournament in Sweden as we build a stronger schedule and take the tour to the next level.
“Sweden is a hotbed of golfing talent in Europe and this event will allow fans to see our players’ incredible skills, flair and drive first hand.” PA