Idrottsforeningen Kamraterna Goteborg (officially IFK Goteborg Fotboll), commonly known as IFK Goteborg, IFK (especially locally) or simply Goteborg, is a Swedish professional football club based in Gothenburg. Founded in 1904, it is the only club in the Nordic countries that has won one of the main UEFA competitions, having won the UEFA Cup in both 1982 and 1987. IFK is affiliated with Goteborgs Fotbollforbund and play their home games at Gamla Ullevi. The club colours are blue and white, colours shared both with the sports society which the club originated from, Idrottsforeningen Kamraterna, and with the coat of arms of the city of Gothenburg. The team colours have influenced the historical nickname Blavitt. The blue and white are in stripes, with blue shorts and socks.
Besides the two UEFA Cup titles, IFK have won 18 Swedish championship titles, second most in Swedish football after Malmo FF, and have the second most national cup titles with eight. The team has qualified for four group stages of the UEFA Champions League, and reached the semi-finals of the 1985–86 European Cup.