Umeå Södra FF

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Umeå Södra FF
Full nameUmeå Södra FF
Nickname(s)USFF
Founded1982
Ground Gammliavallen,
Umeå
Capacity9,000
ManagerTorbjörn Nordström
League Damallsvenskan

Umeå Södra FF is a football club from Umeå, Sweden. The club was established in 1982 with the merging of Röbäcks IF and Tegs SK. The club qualified for the Damallsvenskan league on October 13, 2007 by defeating the Ornäs BK 4–0 in the second to last round of the Swedish Women's Northern Division 1. Once there in 2008, they ended up 11th, and was relegated. [1]

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The club includes U-12 through U-18 youth teams.

Umeå Södra FF play their home games at the Gammliavallen Stadium in Umeå. The team colours are yellow and blue.

Current squad

As of 20 June 2008

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.PositionPlayer
1 Flag of Sweden.svg GK Jessica Lundberg
2 Flag of Sweden.svg DF Anna Rehn
3 Flag of Sweden.svg DF Maria Lundqvist
4 Flag of Sweden.svg DF Moa Westermark
5 Flag of Sweden.svg DF Kristin Åberg
6 Flag of Sweden.svg MF Victoria Forsmark
7 Flag of Sweden.svg DF Anna Forss
8 Flag of Sweden.svg FW Terese Andersson
9 Flag of Sweden.svg MF Patricia Hägglund
10 Flag of Sweden.svg FW Linda Fransson
11 Flag of Sweden.svg FW Vanessa Mångsén
No.PositionPlayer
12 Flag of Sweden.svg DF Maria Wictorsson
13 Flag of Finland.svg GK Minna Meriluoto
15 Flag of Sweden.svg DF Ragna Lestander
16 Flag of Sweden.svg MF Emma Sundberg
17 Flag of Sweden.svg MF Hanna Folkesson
18 Flag of Finland.svg MF Elina Sormunen
19 Flag of the United States.svg FW Jennifer Nobis
20 Flag of Sweden.svg FW Mathilda Varmin
21 Flag of Finland.svg DF Petra Vaelma
24 Flag of Sweden.svg GK Amanda Janzén

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References

  1. "Sweden (Women) 2008". RSSSF. 2008. Retrieved 21 February 2015.