|Full name||Johannes Hopf|
|Date of birth||16 June 1987|
|Place of birth||Sweden|
|Height||1.95 m (6 ft 5 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 2 May 2012.
† Appearances (Goals).
Johannes Hopf, born 16 June 1987, is a Swedish professional football player. He currently plays as a goalkeeper for Hammarby IF. Hopf joined Hammarby in the summer of 2008 after impressing on a trial with the club. He signed a 3 and a half year contract with the Stockholm-based club.
He made his first game for Hammarby in the final game of Allsvenskan 2009, against BK Häcken, with the club already set for regelation. Hammarby were defeated, 0–1.
In 2010, he started on the bench, being second choice behind former Swedish nationalteam goalkeeper, Rami Shaaban. But after weak appearances by the latter, he soon established himself as first choice.
Hopf was voted Player of the Year in Hammarby IF 2010 in competition with the Genoa player Linus Hallenius.
He was again voted Player of the year in 2012 after an impressing season.
Among other great achievements he won two penalty shootouts for his team to secure Hammarby IF a place in the 2010 Swedish Cup Final. He was appointed Man of the match when his side lost 0–1 to Helsingborg. 
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