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Established
1996 (24 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Jämtkraft Arena
(9,165 Capacity)

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Location
Östersund

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League
Swedish Allsvenskan

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27 Sep 20 Helsingborg   -  Ostersund
04 Oct 20 Ostersund   -  AIK
15 Oct 20 Nyköpings BIS   -  Ostersund
18 Oct 20 Sirius   -  Ostersund
25 Oct 20 Ostersund   -  Hammarby

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20 Sep 20 Ostersund  1 - 1  Djurgaarden
14 Sep 20 Ostersund  0 - 0  Oerebro
10 Sep 20 Norrkoping  2 - 2  Ostersund
29 Aug 20 Ostersund  2 - 1  Falkenbergs FF
23 Aug 20 Elfsborg  0 - 1  Ostersund

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Östersunds FK is a Swedish football club located in Östersund, Sweden. The club was formed on 31 October 1996 as a cooperation between three Östersund clubs. They are affiliated to the Jämtland-Härjedalens Fotbollförbund and play their home games at Jämtkraft Arena. The club colours, reflected in their crest and kit, are black and red. Since its creation, the club has played mostly in the third tier of Swedish football but in 2013 Östersund achieved promotion to the second tier, Superettan, for the first time ever, after achieving two consecutive promotions. On 27 October 2015, the club qualified for Allsvenskan for the first time.

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Sema
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Dino
Islamovic
#9


Saman
Ghoddos
#7

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Stadium or Home

Jämtkraft Arena is a football stadium in Östersund, Sweden. Its current capacity is 9,165 and it was opened on 13 July 2007.

The official tenants are the first-tier Allsvenskan side Östersunds FK and Östersunds DFF, but many other football clubs in the area regularly play there.

One of its most famous visitors was Arsenal Football Club. On February 15, 2018, they defeated Östersunds FK by 3:0 in the first-leg of the Europa League's Round of 32. It was the English club's first trip to Sweden since beating AIK Fotboll in the 1999–2000 UEFA Champions League.

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