Malmo FF

Malmö FF

  • Location: Malmö, Sweden
  • Stadium: Eleda Stadium
  • Coach: Åge Hareide
  • UEFA Europa League Titles: 0

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General Statistics 2022-2023

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Swedish Champion: 2021 , 2020 , 2017 , 2016 , 2014 , 2013 , 2010 , 2003-2004 , 1987-1988 , 1985-1986 , 1976-1977 , 1974-1975 , 1973-1974 , 1970-1971 , 1969-1970 , 1966-1967 , 1964-1965 , 1952-1953 , 1950-1951 , 1949-1950 , 1948-1949 , 1943-1944

Swedish Cup Winner: 2021-2022 , 1988-1989 , 1985-1986 , 1983-1984 , 1979-1980 , 1977-1978 , 1974-1975 , 1973-1974 , 1972-1973 , 1966-1967 , 1952-1953 , 1950-1951 , 1946-1947 , 1945-1946 , 1943-1944

Swedish Super Cup Winner: 2013-2014 ,  2012-2013

Sweden has a strong footprint in soccer. The country was part of the top competitors on the global scene. Throughout history, we’ve seen many Swedish teams participate in continental tournaments, and Malmo is one of them. The team has been around for more than a century and has continued to push for more historical moments.

Malmo is a successful team in Sweden as they’ve won many titles over the years and dominated the Allsvenskan for many decades throughout their history. Only a few teams come close to this top-notch squad, and they remain the most competitive in the country. So, they are a top team to follow in the UEFA Europa League.

Malmo General Info

The team’s full name is Malmo Fotbollforening, and they also go by the name Malmo FF, Malmo, or MFF. The team has been around for more than one century. And they’ve had some nicknames, including Di bale, which means The Blues Ones, and Himmelsblatt, which translates to Sky Blue.

The team plays its football at the Eleda Stadion in Malmo. The stadium has a capacity of 22,500, with Anders Palsson as the president. The club played plays in the Allsvenskan. They wear sky blue and white at home and have other colors for away games and European competitions.

Malmo History

The story started with a municipal initiative in 1905 to push young people in the city to play organized football. Bollklubben Idrott, also known as BK Idrott, was a predecessor to the team. By 1909, BK Idrott became part of the IFK Malmo. However, they left because of problems between both clubs.

The team went on to create Malmo FF. After the club became a professional side, the team started to push for the championships, and after a while, they became the most successful team in the league. They’ve also become the richest club in the country. And they’ve been participating in Europe.

Malmo Records

Malmo stats have been incredible, especially on the domestic front. Although they’ve not had many records on the continental stage, the team has had a great run regarding the Swedish championships and other domestic competitions. They’ve had a fantastic run in the league.

They’ve made it to the Champions League final once, finishing second in 1978-79. They’ve also gotten close to winning the Intercontinental Cup when they got to the 1979 finals but lost the final. The team remains a top side in the league and will continue to add more records.

Championships Won

Malmo FF has won many championships since it became a professional football club. The team started dominating the Swedish domestic championships after they made it into the first tier and won their first top-flight title in the 1943-44 season. Since then, Malmo betting has had a lucrative return.

In the Allsvenskan, Malmo FF has won over 20 titles, and they’ve been Swedish Champions more than 20 times. They’ve also had some incredible moments outside of Sweden, but most of their championship titles have come from the domestic league. The team remains a top choice to follow in the league.

Historical Events

In the club’s history, Malmo stats show that one of the most incredible times was when they first played in Europe after qualifying for the 1964-65 European Cup. They impacted the competition, even though they didn’t win the title. They made it into the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and the Intertoto Cup decades later.

Aside from that, they’ve had a few seasons where they got the domestic doubles. The first came in the 1943-44 season when they won Allsvenskan Tier 1 and the Svenska Cupen. They also did it in the 1950-51 and 1952-53 seasons, as well as five other seasons, showing how dominating Malmo is in Sweden.

Championships Won by Malmo

Undoubtedly, Malmo’s trophy cabinet is filled with many championship titles. They’ve won many competitions throughout history and become one of the most successful teams in Europe. The team has a solid number of titles and would continue to dominate the Swedish league. Here are the championships won by Malmo since 1910. 

  • Allsvenskan Tier 1
  • Division 2 Sydsvenska Serien Tier 2
  • Division 2 Sodra Tier 2
  • Svenska Cupen
  • Allsvenskan Playoffs
  • Svenska Supercupen


The team’s roster is balanced, with mostly budding players hitting their peak period. They have a top-talented team and would continue to look for ways to increase their chances of retaining the league title and going far in the UEFA European League. 

The lineup doesn’t change much, but in some cases, we get a few rotations to ensure that the players get enough rest and won’t perform below standard because of fatigue or injuries. Therefore, we expect the team to maintain the 5-3-2 formation this season for most of its games

The team also had a stint in the transfer window. The goal was to strengthen the club since they would be participating in the Europa League this season. That way, they can remain competitive in the league and push for a better finish in the UEL. 

  • Top Arrivals: Issac Kiese Thelin, Dennis Hadzikadunic, Sergio Pena, Niklas Moisander, Malik Abubakari
  • Top Departures: Anel Ahmedhodzic, Amin Sarr, Pavle Vagic, Franz Brorsson, Bonke Innocent

Malmo is a team that has been around for many years, and as a result, they’ve had many coaches. Some of these managers have made the team highly competitive and set records that will take decades to break. So, here are some of the best Malmo coaches in history. 

  • Roy Hodgson
  • Bob Houghton
  • Tom Prahl
  • Antonio Duran
  • Bert Turner

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