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Råå IF is a Swedish or Scanian football club located in Råå, a fishing village at Öresund, that grew to be one of Scandinavia's largest in the late 1800's, south of Helsingborg. They became the Swedish Cup champions in 1948, and the vice champions of the highest league level 1950–51.

The Råå vs. Helsingborgs IF Allsvenskan top derby at a packed Olympia 1950.
The Allsvenskan Helsingborg derby Råå vs. HIF 1950. Kalle Svensson boxes the ball in front of attacking Råå players.
The top derby Råå vs HIF 1950. Råå goalkeeper Nina Malmqvist grabs the ball in front of HIF's Åke Jönsson. Råås Åke Olsson and Dammis Karlsson are waiting on the right. HIF's Sven "Flua" Persson on the far right.
The Råå players enter the field in front of 23 300 spectators at Råsunda september 19th 1950 against AIK. Råå won the game 2-1 .The 1950/51 season was the moment of fame for the little Scanian fishing village at Öresund.

Råå Idrottsförening (RIF) is a Swedish or Scanian sports club that was established on 25 March 1921 by a group of high school students in a basement in the city district of Helsingborg, Tågaborg. The club was first called Enighet (translation: Unity), but in 1925 it was renamed Råå Idrottsförening. Early matches were played at Valhallagatan but in 1928 they moved to Hedens idrottsplats. Råå IP was inaugurated on 29 May and Råå IF played their first match there against Stattena IF who won 3–1.

Since their foundation Råå IF has participated both in the upper and lower divisions of the Swedish football league system. Råå IF won the Swedish Cup in 1948 defeating BK Kenty by 6–0, and in 1950 under coach Albin Dahl the club advanced into the Allsvenskan (the Swedish top tier). In their first season in the Allsvenskan, Råå IF finished as runners-up. During this time, the club also had the Hungarian demon-trainer Kalman Konrad of Bayern Munich, FC Zurich and Slavia Prague fame, who had escaped the war and ended up in Scania (first Malmö FF, then Råå) at their desposal.

During their two-year period in the Allsvenskan (1950–52), Råå IF played at the Olympia football stadium in Helsingborg, attracting an average of 9,273 spectators. The record was 23.604 against Malmö FF

Fortunes have fluctuated dramatically over the subsequent years which reached rock bottom in 1996 when Råå IF were playing in Division 7. The club currently plays in Division 4 Skåne Nordvästra which is the sixth tier of Swedish football. They play their home matches at the Råå IP in Råå.

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