|Full name||Djurgården Idrottsförening Fotbollsförening|
|Nickname(s)||Blåränderna (The Blue Stripes)|
Järnkaminerna (The Iron Stoves)
|Ground||Stockholm Olympic Stadium, Stockholm|
Djurgårdens IF (formerly Djurgården/Älvsjö (2003-2007)) is a football club from Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. The team play their home games on Stockholm Olympic Stadium The team colours are white and blue. The club is affiliated to the Stockholms Fotbollförbund.
In 1988, Djurgården reached Damallsvenskan for the first time by finishing first in Division 1 Norra. In the 1989 season, Djurgården finished fourth in Damallsvenskan and played play-off semifinals, which they lost on away goals (1-1) to Jitex BK.
After finishing second in the 1991 Damallsvenskan, Djurgården lost again to Jitex BK in the semi-finals of the play-off. The season after, Djurgården got relegated after finishing 11th in Damallsvenskan. Djurgården again won promotion to Damallsvenskan in the 1996 season.
In 2003, Djurgårdens IF and five-time Swedish champions Älvsjö AIK merged to form Djurgården/Älvsjö, where Djurgården owned 51 percent and Älvsjö AIK 49 percent. The new team consisted of a mix of Djurgården and Älvsjö players, including Swedish footballers Victoria Svensson, Elin Flyborg, Linda Fagerström, Ulrika Björn, and Jane Törnqvist and coached by Thomas Dennerby.
Djurgården/Älvsjö won Damallsvenskan in their first year with a team consisting of Jill Buchwald, Katarina Wicksell, Jane Törnqvist, Therese Brogårde, Jenny Curtsdotter, Helene Nordin, Helen Fagerström, Nadja Gyllander, Sara Thunebro, Josefine Christensen, Ann-Marie Norlin, Malin Nykvist, Linda Fagerström, Tina Kindvall, Jennie Jonsson, Annica Svensson, Linda Nöjd, Victoria Svensson, Elin Flyborg, Sara Johansson, Ulrika Björn, and Jessica Landström.
Djurgården/Älvsjö won Damallsvenskan again in 2004. The team consisted of Maja Åström, Jill Buchwald, Katarina Wicksell, Jane Törnqvist, Therese Brogårde, Jenny Curtsdotter, Helen Fagerström, Nadja Gyllander, Sara Thunebro, Kristin Bengtsson, Emma Liljegren, Ann-Marie Norlin, Malin Nykvist, Linda Fagerström, Jennie Jonsson, Anna Hall, Annica Svensson, Ingrid Bohlin, Marijke Callebaut, Victoria Svensson, Sara Johansson, Venus James, and Jessica Landström.
In the 2012 Damallsvenskan season, Djurgården finished eleventh and was relegated to Elitettan. In the late 2013, Djurgårdens IF Dam joined the men's football department of Djurgårdens IF Fotboll form having been their own department.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
All results (away, home and aggregate) list Djurgården Stockholm's goal tally first.
|2004-2005||Second qualifying round||Aegina||-||5-0||-|
|Final||Turbine Potsdam||1-3||0-2 a||1-5|
|2005-2006||Second qualifying round||Valur Reykjavík||-||2-1||-|
|Quarter-final||Sparta Prague||2-0 a||0-0||2-0|
|Semi-final||Turbine Potsdam||3-2 a||2-5||5-7|
a First leg.