The risk of soil compaction is high in Sweden, as soils are often wet during field operations and because heavy machinery is used. The predicted increase in precipitation and increase of extreme weather events with heavy rainfall will potentially increase this risk, indicating a need for a reliable soil compaction risk assessment under current and future climates. The risk of soil compaction is seasonally dynamic, depending on weather conditions, crop type and machinery used. However, such dynamic changes are rarely considered in soil compaction risk assessments. The overall aim of the proposed project is to assess the spatial and temporal variability of subsoil compaction risks in major Swedish cropping areas under current and adapted management strategies, for current and future climate. We expect to generate a robust basis for recommendations of field management that help minimize the risks of soil compaction based on scientific knowledge and practical experiences.