|Full name||Ulvåkers Idrottsförening|
|Chairman||Jan Olof Berggren|
|Head Coach||Joakim Carlén|
|League||Division 3 Mellersta Götaland|
|2009||Division 3 Mellersta Götaland, 7th|
Ulvåkers Idrottsförening is a sports club located in Skövde that was formed in 1946. Their main local rivals in the town are Skövde AIK and IFK Skövde. Ulvåker is located about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) north of Skövde and the club has around 500 members covering men's, ladies and junior football.
Since their foundation Ulvåkers IF has participated mainly in the middle and lower divisions of the Swedish football league system. The club in 2010 have competed in Division 3 Mellersta Götaland which is the fifth tier of Swedish football but have been relegated following the Relegation/Promotion Playoffs. Their place in Division 3 has been taken by IFK Skövde FK who won the playoff group. They play their home matches at the Åbrovallen in Skövde. A huge project for the club was the official opening of Ulvåker IF's new indoor hall on 25 November 2000. This complex is the first football hall in the Municipality of Skövde.
Season to season
In recent seasons Ulvåkers IF have had the following average attendances:
* Attendances are provided in the Publikliga sections of the Svenska Fotbollförbundet website. 
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