|Full name||Skellefteå Förenade Fotbollsföreningar|
|Founded||1921 as Skellefteå AIK Fotboll|
|Chairman||Christer Lindgren |
|League||Division 2 Norrland|
|2014||Division 1 Norra, 14th
Skellefteå FF is a football club in Skellefteå, Västerbotten, Sweden. The club was founded in 1921, and was then called Skellefteå AIK Fotboll, a name it kept until 2006. In the 2015 season, the club plays in the Division 2 Norrland league. Its former guise is not to be mixed with the successful ice hockey team with the same name.
The name Skellefteå AIK Football was changed to Skellefteå Förenade Fotbollsföreningar in January 2006. The background is a project that was initiated in 2005 to establish a football team as high up the Swedish football league system as possible. The Sunnanå SK, Morön BK and Skellefteå AIK clubs are included in the project.
Skelleftea FF's A-team has brought together the best players from the various member clubs. In 2009 the club played in the Division 1 Norra for the first time but unfortunately finished bottom of the table and were relegated back to Division 2 Norrland.
Season to season
In recent seasons Skellefteå FF have had the following average attendances:
* Attendances are provided in the Publikliga sections of the Svenska Fotbollförbundet website. 
- Skellefteå FF – Organisation
- De ställs Morön och FF mot
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