Kalmar FF
Kalmar FF
Top (left to right): Thomas Johansson, Ville Nilsson, Liam Prica, Mohammed Issack, Lucas Andren Michailidis, Sigge Andersson, Charles Svärdmyr, William Andersson
Center (left to right): Rickard Fransson, Henrik Bertilsson, Daniel Lagerlöf, Elias Eliassi, Leon Isa, John Eliasson, Melvin Coudret, Anton Forsberg, Bleron Mehmeti, Johan Israelsson, Emin Nouri
Bottom (left to right): Armandas Kucys, Sebastian Nilsson, NS, Isak Vidjeskog, Dino Jakupovic, Oscar Bouyer, Casper Andersson, Isak Fagerlun, Anton Nyholm, Ole Samuelsson, Olle Lindh
Missing: Filip Elving


Kalmar FF was founded in 1910 and became champion of Sweden once, in 2008, won the cup three times, 1981, 1987 and 2007 and once the supercup. Since 2004, the club has played continuously at the highest level, the Allsvenskan.

Last season, Kalmar FF finished in sixth place in the Allsvenskan with 40 percent players from their own academy in the starting eleven. An achievement of which the club is extremely proud, which has been realized for several years now because of the strategy and philosophy used.

Through this policy, the club has produced a large number of talented players, some of whom are also trying their luck outside Sweden. For example, Ismael Silva Lima plays in Saudi Arabia with Al-Faisaly Harmah, Svante Ingelsson with German FC Hansa Rostock, Etrit Berisha in Italy with Torino FC, Pascal Ramon Lundqvist with Greek Panathinaikos and Mattias Johansson in Poland with Legia Warsaw.

Also currently, the academy of Kalmar FF again hosts a large number of talented players. In the teams for players born between 2003 and 2006, 15 players have been called up for national selections and six have now international matches behind their name. Of these six, four play for Sweden and one for Finland and one for Lithuania.

Kalmar FF won the last two editions of the KST, in 2018 and 2019. The Swedes participate in the tournament for the fourth time and come to Ruurlo with four (youth) internationals in their squad. Sebastian Nilsson and Olle Samuelsson played for Sweden, Isak Vidjeskog for Finland and Armandas Kucys even played for the Lithuanian A-team.

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