Falu FK

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Falu FK
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Full name Falu Fotbollsklubb
Founded 2006
Ground Kopparvallen
Ground Capacity 8,000
Chairman Mats Andersson
Head Coach Tomas Johansson
Coach Henrik Adolfsson
League Division 2 Norra Svealand
2010 Division 3 Södra Norrland, 2nd

Falu FK is a Swedish football club located in Falun in Dalarna County.[1]


Falu FK was founded on 27 February 2006 following a joint initiative of the football sections of Falu BS, Slätta SK und Korsnäs IF FK clubs. The men's teams of the top two clubs merged in September of that year while Korsnäs IF FK retained its independence. Falu BS and Slätta SK now only operate in football youth development. The newly formed club took the place of Falu BS in the third-tier Division 1 Norra.

Since their foundation Falu FK has participated in the middle divisions of the Swedish football league system. The club currently plays in Division 2 Norra Svealand which is the fourth tier of Swedish football.[2] They play their home matches at the Kopparvallen in Falun.[3]

Falu FK are affiliated to Dalarnas Fotbollförbund.[4]

Current squad[edit]

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 Mikael Wiklund
25 Sweden GK Sander Dahlberg
2 Kosovo DF Semir Skrijelj
3 Sweden DF Joakim Morén
5 Sweden DF Soner Koyuncu
6 Sweden DF Daniel Killgren
13 Sweden DF Joseph Yakoub
21 Sweden DF Amir Azrafshan
8 Sweden MF Adib Azrafshan
12 Sweden MF Rinor Shehu
15 Brazil MF Alex Reis
No. Position Player
16 Sweden MF Behez Ibrahim
17 Sweden MF Joel Granberg
24 Sweden MF Salim Soud
31 Sweden MF William Grenholm
7 Tunisia FW Mohammed Meftah
9 Sweden FW Carl Villwock
10 Kosovo FW Samir Skrijelj
11 Sweden FW Mille Hamasaid
92 Sweden FW Kalle Kayal
99 The Gambia FW Njogu Demba


  • Head coach: Sweden Tomas Johansson
  • Assistant coach: Sweden Peter Lundin
  • Team-Manager: Sweden Patrik Andersson
  • Fitness coach: Sweden Henrik Adolfsson


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