Kristianstads DFF is a football club from KristianstadSweden. The club is affiliated to the Skånes Fotbollförbund.[1]


 [hide*1 History


The origin club WA IF played in from 1989 to 1994 in the Damallsvenskan. The club was reformed in 1998 when Kristianstads FF merged with Wä IF as Kristianstad / WA DFF. He played as Kristianstad / WA DFF during the seasons of 1999 until 2001 in Damallsvenskan. In 2006 was renamed to the current name Kristianstads DFF. The most famous player who ever wore the jersey, are Malin AnderssonTherese SjögranSara Johansson and Nilla Fischer. In 2005 the team won the 3rd place in the Söderettan and was in the season 2006 second played hold. In 2008 won unbeaten the won the Söderettan and climbed to the Damallsvenskan.[2] In July 2009 the players are posed naked on a Team-Picture against the Insolvence of the Club.[3]


Kristianstads DFF play their home games at Vilans IP Stadium in Kristianstad.

Club colours[edit]Edit

The team colours are red for home games and white for away games.


  • [1] Ulf Berglund (2008–2009)
  • [2] Pierre Persson (2010–2011)

Current squad[edit]Edit

As of August 30, 2013:[4] Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 [3] GK Hedvig Lindahl
2 [4] DF Sif Atladóttir
3 [5] MF Therese Björck
4 [6] DF Therese Andersson
5 [7] DF Elin Borg
6 [8] MF Linnea Liljegärd
7 [9] MF Elena Sadiku
8 [10] MF Alice Nilsson
9 [11] FW Margrét Lára Viðarsdóttir
10 [12] FW Marija Banusic
11 [13] FW Susanne Moberg
No. Position Player
13 [14] FW Johanna Rasmussen
17 [15] GK Brett Maron
18 [16] DF Guðný Björk Óðinsdóttir
20 [17] DF Mia Carlsson
21 [18] FW Amanda Persson
22 [19] DF Lorca van de Putte
33 [20] GK Hanna Persson
[21] DF Elli Reed
[22] MF Olivia Welin
[23] FW Maja Norrhamn



Head coach:
  • [24] Elisabet Gunnarsdóttir
Assistant coach:
  • [25] Björn Sigurbjörnsson
  • [26] Kjartan Orri Sigurðsson
Goalkeeper coach:
  • [27] Benny Johansson


General Manager:
  • [28] Michael Forsberg
Director of Sports:
  • [29] Henrik Nygren


The Reserve team played currently in the Division 2 nordöstra.

Notable players[edit]Edit

The record player of the club, with the most games for the team, is Marie Åstedt with 126 matches.

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