FC Rosengård has Sweden’s best women’s football team, and 2022 was a year for the record books, as the team took home Swedish Championship gold, cup gold and competed in the Champions League group stage.
The club also has another women’s team and a men’s football team, and now also boasts top-division women’s and a men’s futsal teams. Its youth activities serve over 700 children from more than 70 different nationalities – in keeping with its vision of being a club for everyone. This vision is reflected in every part of the organisation, and we work a lot with gender equality, equality and inclusion.
FC Rosengård stands on two equally steady legs, which are illustrated in the club’s colours. The blue symbolises our sports efforts and the red our social initiatives. In our social initiatives, the club identifies a need or challenge in society where we see a potential for positive change. These might include a shortage of women in leadership positions, high unemployment, or an overall increase in mental illness.
Football for Life by FCR uses football as a tool to strengthen young girls’ self-esteem, self-confidence and position in society. The organisation started in eastern South Africa but is now also located in eastern Malmö, with a focus on training young female leaders.
Hattrick by FCR is a knowledge programme in which the club collaborates with football associations throughout Skåne to educate and inspire young football players.
Every day, Boost by FCR helps, on average, one young Malmö resident start studying or become self-sufficient. And it’s been doing so for over 11 years.