|Full name||Hammarby Talangfotbollförening Herrfotboll|
|Ground||Hammarby IP, Stockholm|
|Head coach||Ulf Kristiansson|
|Departments of Hammarby IF|
Hammarby Talang FF, commonly known as HTFF, is a Swedish football club from Stockholm. Originally founded in 2003, the club was dissolved in 2011, before being re-incorporated in 2016 and again in 2021.
Competing in Division 1, the domestic third tier, it is the feeder team of Hammarby IF and is focused on providing experience and training for young players.
The club holds home matches at the stadium Hammarby IP in the district of Södermalm, holding 3,700 spectators.Its colours are black and yellow, as an homage to its latest predecessor IK Frej.
Hammarby Talang FF is affiliated with the Stockholms Fotbollförbund (Stockholm Football Association).
The team was founded in 2003 when Pröpa SK was renamed and reformed to Hammarby Talang FF. The last coach was Roger Franzén. The team played their final season of 2011 in the third tier of Swedish football, in Division 1 Norra, before being dissolved.
In 2016, Hammarby IF decided to form a new affiliated club with the name Hammarby Talang FF, focused on youth football for players between the age of 15 and 19. In 2019, they also established a senior team, that played in Division 5 and Division 4, Sweden's seventh and sixth tier, for two seasons before being discontinued. The squads mostly consisted of older amateur players.
On 3 February 2021, the senior team of IK Frej changed its legal name to Stockholm TFF. After several years of financial difficulties, the board of IK Frej decided to withdraw from Division 1, the domestic third tier, to join Division 4 instead. Affiliated club Hammarby IF in Allsvenskan, which had provided resources in the form of funds and loaned players to IK Frej for several years, then decided to continue operations in a new form. The club's vision is to provide experience and training for young players, who can be temporarily loaned out and recalled.The new name Stockholm TFF was, however, not accepted by the Stockholm Football Association since its abbreviation, STFF, was too similar to their own. On 4 March 2021, the board instead changed its name to Hammarby Talangfotbollsförening Herrfotboll, or Hammarby Talang FF for short, which was then re-incorporated.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Director of football||Philip Berglund|
|Head coach||Ulf Kristiansson|
|Goalkeeper coach||Mikael "Mille" Olsson|
|Physio||Sebastian Ekblom Bak|
|Team manager||Anders Mörk|
|Equipment manager||Franc Larsson|
Up until the 2011 season, Hammarby TFF had the following results:
|2003||Tier 4||Division 3 Östra Svealand||8th||Haris Laitinen||11|
|2004||Tier 4||Division 3 Östra Svealand||1st (P)||Vasilis Birbas||13|
|2005||Tier 3||Division 2 Östra Svealand||8th||Giannis Tsombos||11|
|2006||Tier 4||Division 2 Östra Svealand||7th||Alagie Sosseh||11|
|2007||Tier 4||Division 2 Östra Svealand||10th||Christer Gustafsson||10|
|2008||Tier 4||Division 2 Södra Svealand||3rd||Alagie Sosseh||16|
|2009||Tier 4||Division 2 Södra Svealand||1st (P)||Christer Gustafsson||14|
|2010||Tier 3||Division 1 Norra||4th|
|2011||Tier 3||Division 1 Norra||12th|
Up until the 2011 season, Hammarby TFF had the following average attendances:
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