Linköpings FF

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Linköpings FF
Full name Linköpings FF
Nickname(s) LFF
Founded 1981
Ground Folkungavallen,
Ground Capacity 5,500

Linköpings FF (locally known as LFF) was the premier men's football team in Linköping, Sweden, playing in the Swedish second division.

Although Linköping is the fifth biggest city in the country, it continues to lack a first-class men's team. The town is prominent in both hockey (Linköpings HC) and women's football (Linköpings FC). The hockey and women's football teams cooperate intimately, sharing both directors and sponsorships, but so far men's football has been excluded from such cooperation.

The team played in red shirts. A lion formed its logo, as is the case with both the city and the other sports teams. The club had long aimed at securing a place in Superettan, the Swedish first division, but all endeavours failed. Linköpings FF played their home-games at Folkungavallen.

In 2009 the club were replaced by FK Linköping.

2010 squad[edit]

As of 4 October 2010 [1] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Sweden GK Magnus Helin
2 Sweden FW Josef Haddad
3 Sweden DF Mikael Nilsson
4 Sweden DF Tobias Jakobsson
5 Sweden DF Markus Johansson
6 Sweden DF Henrik Johansson
7 Sweden MF Gustav Claesson
8 Sweden DF Fredrik Nilsson
9 Sweden FW Bekim Fazlija
10 Serbia FW Stefan Todorovic
11 Sweden FW Tuncay Yüksel
No. Position Player
12 Sweden DF Gordan Ilic
13 Sweden MF Carl Berg
14 Sweden MF Gustav Wiklund
15 Sweden DF Aso Khawari
16 Sweden MF Martin Jönsson
17 Sweden MF Oskar Lagerberg
18 Sweden MF Younis Quaderi
19 Sweden FW Badou N`diaye
20 Sweden DF Naris Radetinac
21 Sweden DF Mattias Eklöw
22 Sweden GK Carl Eriksson

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