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Established
1915 (104 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Tele2 Arena
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Location
Stockholm

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Swedish Allsvenskan

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02 Nov 19 Hammarby  4 - 1  Hacken
27 Oct 19 Ostersund  1 - 2  Hammarby
20 Oct 19 Hammarby  2 - 0  Malmo FF
06 Oct 19 Djurgaarden  1 - 2  Hammarby
30 Sep 19 Hammarby  5 - 1  Oerebro

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Hammarby Fotboll, also known simply as Hammarby or (especially locally) Bajen, is a Swedish football club based in the Johanneshov district of Stockholm, currently competing in Sweden's top tier league, Allsvenskan. Prior to this, the club has played in the second tier league, Superettan, and the former second tier, formerly known as Division 2. In Allsvenskan the club has competed in 46 seasons, placing twelfth overall on the All-time Allsvenskan table, and won one Allsvenskan championship in 2001.

The football department was formed out of the Hammarby Idrottsförening (Hammarby IF) club in 1915. In 1999, Hammarby IF was reorganised as an umbrella organisation, with each of the individual sports sections breaking off to form independent clubs; the football club was then named Hammarby IF Fotbollförening (Hammarby IF FF). In 2001, the football club split the A-team, B-team and the J-teams into separate legal entities called Hammarby Fotboll, in which the parent football club owns a majority stake. Hammarby Fotboll is affiliated with the Stockholms Fotbollförbund (Stockholm Football Association).[

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Stadium or Home

Tele2 Arena, is a multi-purpose stadium in Stockholm Globe City, located in Johanneshov, just south of Stockholm City Centre, Sweden. It is used mostly for concerts and football matches, hosting the home matches of Allsvenskan teams Djurgårdens IF and Hammarby IF. The arena has a capacity of 30,000 to 33,000 spectators for football matches, depending on the number of people standing, and its facilities fulfill the requirements of FIFA and UEFA for hosting international games and tournaments. When configured for concerts, the arena has a capacity of 45,000.

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