|Sunday 24th Sep||Djurgaarden||-||Hammarby||Tele2 Arena|
|Sunday 1st Oct||GIF Sundsvall||-||Djurgaarden||Norrporten Arena|
|Sunday 15th Oct||Sirius||-||Djurgaarden||Studenternas IP|
|Sunday 22nd Oct||Djurgaarden||-||Hacken||Tele2 Arena|
|Sunday 29th Oct||Djurgaarden||-||Joenkoeping S.||Tele2 Arena|
|Tuesday 19th Sep||Elfsborg||2 - 2||Djurgaarden||Borås Arena|
|Saturday 16th Sep||Djurgaarden||4 - 1||Oerebro||Tele2 Arena|
|Monday 11th Sep||IFK Gothenburg||1 - 3||Djurgaarden||Gamla Ullevi|
|Sunday 27th Aug||AIK||1 - 1||Djurgaarden||Friends Arena|
|Sunday 20th Aug||Djurgaarden||2 - 1||Halmstad||Tele2 Arena|
Djurgårdens IF Fotbollsförening (commonly known as Djurgården or informally Djurgår'n ; abbreviated DIF () is the association football department of Djurgårdens IF and is based at Tele2 Arena in Johanneshov, Stockholm.
Formed in 1891, the club has 11 national championship titles and 4 national cup titles. Djurgården has won their Swedish championships during three eras. The first one occurred during the 1910s when the club won four championships, the second during the 1950s and 1960s with the same amount of championships. The latest era occurred in the first half of the 00s: they finished second in 2001, won Allsvenskan and the cup – Svenska Cupen – in 2002, Allsvenskan in 2003, and Svenska Cupen in 2004, before winning Allsvenskan for a third time in 2005. They currently play in the top Swedish tier, Allsvenskan. The club is affiliated to the Stockholms Fotbollförbund.