|Full name||Kristianstads DFF|
|Head coach||Elísabet Gunnarsdóttir|
The original club Wä IF played in from 1989 to 1994 in the Damallsvenskan. The club was reformed in 1998 when Kristianstads FF merged with Wä IF to become Kristianstad / Wä DFF. The team continued as Kristianstad / Wä DFF during the seasons of 1999 until 2001 in the Damallsvenskan. In 2006 was the club was renamed again to the current name Kristianstads DFF. Prominent players to have represented the club include Malin Andersson, Therese Sjögran, Sara Johansson and Nilla Fischer. In 2005 the team finished third in the Söderettan, before winning the Söderettan unbeaten in 2008 and clinching promotion to the Damallsvenskan. In July 2009 the players posed for a nude team photograph, to raise funds as the club was in financial difficulty. In 2018, the club changed their homeground from Vilans IP to Kristianstads Fotbollsarena. In the same year the team achieved their best league placing since their foundation, securing a fourth-place finish in the Damallsvenskan.
Kristianstads DFF play their home games at Kristianstads Fotbollsarena in Kristianstad.
The team colours are Orange shirt and black shorts and socks for home games and white for away games.
- Ulf Berglund (2008–2009)
- Pierre Persson (2010–2011)
- Elísabet Gunnarsdóttir (2009– )
- As of 10 January 2022
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
For details of current and former players, see Category:Kristianstads DFF players.
- Head coach:
- Assistant coach:
- Björn Sigurbjörnsson
- Johanna B. Rasmussen
- Strength coach:
- Goalkeeper coach:
- Kit manager:
- Club Manager:
- Sports Director:
- "Kontaktuppgifter och tävlingar – Skånes Fotbollförbund – Svenskfotboll.se". Retrieved 12 January 2011.
- Kristianstads DFF – Historia
- Kristianstad: Mit nackten Tatsachen den Verein retten
- Rosén, Robert (2 March 2019). "Kristianstad har sikte på ny medalj" (in Swedish). Skåne Sport. Retrieved 12 September 2020.
- "Truppen / Kristianstads DFF". Kristianstads DFF. Retrieved 15 March 2021.
- Kristianstads DFF – Official website (in Swedish)