|01 Oct 23||Bodens BK ||-|| Dalkurd FF|
|08 Oct 23||Sandvikens ||-|| Dalkurd FF|
|14 Oct 23||Dalkurd FF ||-|| Örebro Syrianska|
|22 Oct 23||Motala AIF ||-|| Dalkurd FF|
|28 Oct 23||Dalkurd FF ||-|| Karlstad|
|23 Sep 23||Dalkurd FF|| ||1 - 2|| ||United Nordic|
|17 Sep 23||Stocksund|| ||2 - 1|| ||Dalkurd FF|
|09 Sep 23||Dalkurd FF|| ||2 - 1|| ||Stockholm Internazionale|
|02 Sep 23||Dalkurd FF|| ||1 - 0|| ||IF Sylvia|
|26 Aug 23||Sollentuna|| ||3 - 1|| ||Dalkurd FF|
Dalkurd Fotbollsförening, commonly known as Dalkurd FF or simply Dalkurd is a Swedish football club based in Uppsala. The club plays in the Superettan, which is the second top tier of football in the country. On 26 September 2004, the club was originally founded by members of the Kurdish diaspora in Borlänge, Dalarna.
On 24 November 2017, Dalkurd chose to move their senior team operations to Uppsala, some 140 kilometers southeast of Borlänge, where they will play at the new ground Nya Studenternas IP following its opening in 2020. In the 2018 season, however, Dalkurd played their home games at Gavlevallen in Gävle, some 110 kilometers north of Uppsala (and roughly 110 kilometers east of Borlänge). Dalkurd FF holds the record for the lowest average attendances in the history of both Allsvenskan and Superettan, the two highest Swedish leagues. Dalkurd FF is affiliated with Upplands Fotbollförbund.
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