GIF Sundsvall – in English

Welcome to the official website for Swedish football club GIF Sundsvall. The Sundsvall team nicknamed ‘Giffarna’ is currently playing in the second league in Sweden, the so called ‘Superettan’.

Our games
View our upcoming games.

You can buy your tickets by contacting GIF Sundsvall. Phone: +46-60-66 37 70 or visit our office at the arena, open Monday-Friday from 9-16. On match days you can buy tickets at the arena 2 hours before kick off. Welcome to our games!

Before the game & how to get to the arena
If you arrive from abroad: in Stockholm you can travel north to Sundsvall by car (4-5 hours, 400 km), by high speed train (3 hours and 15 minutes) or by bus (5 hours) or by plane (45-50 minutes). The Sundsvall/Timrå airport, is located 30 km north from Sundsvall. Buses are for sure the cheapest alternative but also the slowest option.

The stadium (built 2001-2002) has a capacity to serve 8500 attendants and it is a visible landmark in the heart of Sundsvall.

How to find the arena.

The club was founded in 1903 and celebrated its 100th anniversary in August 2003.

We are still waiting for our first championships title. Best result so far is: 5th, in 1988, and 7th, in 2004. GIF Sundsvall hasn’t won any cup titles yet.

In July 2004 the arena was equipped with artificial grass. The arena can also be used for conserts. The all time record event so far in the history of Sundsvall was being held in August 2004. 24 000 (!) attended the consert with the band Gyllene Tider. (Per Gessle from Roxette).

The record for a football game is from 1961 when 16 507 visited the arena to see GIF play Högadal. The capacity today is around 8 500.

You can follow the club on Facebook.

Famous former GIF players
Ari Freyr Skúlason (Odense), Per Nilsson (FC Nürnberg, Hoffenheim), Mikael Lustig (Celtic), David McCreery (Man. United, Dundee), Kahka Tschadadze (Eintracht Frankfurt, Manchester City), Håkan Sandberg (Göteborg, AEK, Olympiakos), Mattias Florén (Groningen), Mikael Brundin (Setubal). Ronnie Hellström (Kaiserslautern). Tomas Brolin (Parma, Leeds, Crystal Palace).