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Hammarby 3-0 Sundsvall | "Det här är det laget vi vill vara!"
Hammarby 3-0 Sundsvall | "Det här är det laget vi vill vara!"

Bajen hakade på i toppstriden efter att ha slagit GIF Sundsvall med 3-0. Häng med laget innan, under och efter matchen här!

Hammarby 3 - 0 Sundsvall
Hammarby 3 - 0 Sundsvall

Mål 1' Saidi (ass. Bojanic) Berisha 71' (ass. Saidi) Självmål 89', ass av Jeahze ——————————— Publik - 21 526 ...

Hammarby - Sundsvall 🇸🇪 07.08.2022


Hammarby - Sundsvall 🇸🇪 07.08.2022 #Bajen

Team, Place & City Details

Hammarby Fotboll

Hammarby Fotboll, commonly known as Hammarby IF or simply Hammarby , is a Swedish football club based at Tele2 Arena in Johanneshov but founded in the neighbouring Södermalm district of Stockholm City Centre, an area the club considers its heartland. Competing in Sweden's first tier, Allsvenskan, Hammarby are placed twelfth in the all-time Allsvenskan table, and won the league in 2001.

Hammarby Fotboll (ladies)

Hammarby Fotboll Dam is a women's association football team from Stockholm that currently competes in the Swedish top-tier league Damallsvenskan. The team is affiliated with the club Hammarby Fotboll.

Hammarby Talang FF

Hammarby Talang FF was a Swedish football club that acted as the development team for Hammarby IF.

Hylte/Halmstad VBK

Hylte/Halmstad VBK is a volleyball club in Halmstad, Sweden, established in 1980. The club won the Swedish men's national championship in 1995, 1996 2000, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2013 and 2018.

Hammarby Fotboll (women)

Hammarby Idrottsförening Fotbollförening, commonly known as Hammarby IF, Hammarby Fotboll or simply Hammarby , is a women's association football team from Stockholm that currently competes in the Swedish second highest league Elitettan. Hammarby play their home games at Hammarby IP (also called Kanalplan) in Stockholm, and occasionally at Zinkensdamms IP and Tele2 Arena.The team colours are green and white.

Hammarby Hockey (1921–2008)

Hammarby IF Ishockeyförening was a Stockholm-based professional ice hockey team that for most of its history played in Hovet. Hammarby IF started playing hockey in 1921, playing their first matches using a group of curious bandy players.

Hammarby IF Bandy
Hammarby IF Bandy

Hammarby IF Bandyförening is a Swedish bandy club from Södermalm, Stockholm, a section of the sports club Hammarby IF. Hammarby IF was founded under its present name in 1897 and has been playing bandy since 1905. The club currently play in Elitserien, which is the highest division in Sweden, and has won it twice.

Hammarby IF Handboll

Hammarby IF Handboll is the handball section of Swedish sports club Hammarby IF from Stockholm. Hammarby IF currently play in Allsvenskan, Sweden's second tier.

Hammarby Hockey

Hammarby IF Ishockeyförening is an ice hockey club founded as "Bajen Fans IF" in 2008 by supporters of the previous incarnation of Hammarby Hockey which went bankrupt that same year. The club has played in Hockeyettan, the third tier of Swedish men's ice hockey, since the 2013–14 season.In its first five seasons, the club was promoted three times.

Hammarby IP
Hammarby IP

Hammarby IP also known as "Kanalplan", is a football stadium in Stockholm, Sweden. The current main tenant is the football team Hammarby IF DFF. The stadium was officially opened by Gustaf VI Adolf, at the time the crown prince of Sweden in 1915.

Halmstads BK

Halmstads Bollklubb, also known simply as Halmstad ]) or (especially locally) HBK or Bollkubben, is a Swedish football club located in Halmstad in the county of Halland. The club, formed 7 February 1914 and approved membership in Riksidrottsförundet on 6 March 1914, competes in the second tier of Swedish football, Superettan, and has won 4 national championship titles and 1 national cup title.

Halmstad Hammers HC

Halmstad Hammers HC, until 2017 known as Halmstad HF, is an ice-hockey club in Sweden. The team currently plays in Group F of Division 1.

Hammarby IF

Hammarby Idrottsförening , commonly known as Hammarby IF or simply Hammarby (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈhâmːarˌbyː] or, especially locally, [-ˌbʏ]), is a Swedish sports club located in Stockholm, with a number of member organizations active in a variety of different sports. It was founded in 1889 as Hammarby Roddförening ("Hammarby Rowing Association"), but by 1897 the club had diversified and was participating in different sports, leading to the renaming to Hammarby IF.In 1999, the club was reorganized into a legal format referred to in Swedish as an alliansförening ("alliance association"), with each of the club's departments becoming a separate legal entity cooperating under the "Hammarby IF" umbrella.