Aalesunds Fotballklubb ("Aalesunds Football Club") is a Norwegian football club from the city of Ålesund. As of 2004, it had 835 members and several teams on both professional and amateur levels. These teams are the 1st and 2nd teams, junior team, and also several age-specific teams. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aalesunds F.K."
Alta Idrettsforening is a sports club from Alta, Norway. It is most known for its football department, which played in the Norwegian Division One ( Adeccoligaen) in 2005. They finished last and will play in the Second Division in 2006. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alta I.F."
Asker S.K. is a Norwegian football club from Asker. Asker's women's football team is one of the most successful clubs ever in Norway, with 6 Premier League championships and 5 cup championships. The men currently play in the 3rd division (level four), and have a cup silver from 1951 as their best achievement. ...more on Wikipedia about "Asker S.K. (football)"
Bryne F.K. is a Norwegian football team from the town of Bryne. It was founded in 1926. It's supporterclub is B- gjengen. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bryne F.K."
Bærum Sportsklubb (Bærum Sporting Club) is a Norwegian Football club founded 26 March 1910. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bærum SK"
Clausenengen Fotballklubb (CFK) is a football club located in Kristiansund, Norway. Many famous players have played in this club, including Ole Gunnar Solskjær, Øyvind Leonhardsen, Trond Andersen, Jan Erlend Kruse, Andre Flem and Arild Stavrum. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clausenengen F.K."
F.C. Lyn Oslo is a Norwegian football club from Oslo established in 1896. It is one of the oldest clubs in Norway and was one of the founding members of the Norwegian Football Association, in 1902. Lyn is also a skiing club with a long and honorable history. Together they make up Ski- og Fotballklubben Lyn. In addition to the professional team there is a 2nd team, Lyn 2; a junior team, NTG/Lyn; as well as several age-specific teams. The name Lyn means lightning. ...more on Wikipedia about "F.C. Lyn Oslo"
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F.K. Bodø/Glimt is a Norwegian football club from the town of Bodø and was founded in 1916. Its nickname is the original club name: Glimt. ...more on Wikipedia about "F.K. Bodø/Glimt"
F.K. Haugesund is a Norwegian football club from the city of Haugesund. It was founded on October 28th, 1993, after a merge with the football clubs Djerv 1919 and Haugar. ...more on Wikipedia about "F.K. Haugesund"
F. K. Mandalskameratene is a football club in the Norwegian first division, from the town of Mandal in Vest-Agder. The club was founded on 1 July 1912, under the name of 'Alladin'. In 1918 the club changed its name to 'Mandalskameratene'. ...more on Wikipedia about "F.K. Mandalskameratene"
F.K. Manglerud Star Oslo is a football club from Oslo, Norway. The team was formerly known as F.K. Oslo Øst, December 14 2005 it was decided that the team should change the name because of a merger between F.K. Oslo Øst and Manglerud Star Fotball. F.K. Oslo Øst was a merger of five minor football teams from the east side of Oslo: Oppsal I.F., Abildsø I.L., Manglerud Star Fotball, Rustad I.L. and Hauketo Fotball. ...more on Wikipedia about "F.K. Manglerud Star Oslo"
F.K. Mjølner is a Norwegian football club from Narvik. It was formed in 1932 when Støa Mjølner (until 1926: F.K. Steady 1919 Mjølner) and King Mjølner (until 1921: F.K. Freidig 1918 Mjølner) merged. The club was called Mjølner until 1994, when the name was changed to Mjølner-Narvik. In October 1997 the club merged with local rivals Narvik/Nor. The merger club took the name Narvik F.K. . In the winter of 2005 Narvik F.K. changed name back to F.K. Mjølner. ...more on Wikipedia about "F.K. Mjølner"
F.K. Tønsberg is a football club from Tønsberg, Norway. It was founded on October 10, 2001 as a cooperation project between 19 local clubs. The new team replaced Eik-Tønsberg in the Norwegian Division Two beginning in the 2002 season. The first player to sign for the team was Anders Skarbøvik, the current team captain. ...more on Wikipedia about "F.K. Tønsberg"
Fana I.L. is the biggest sports club in Fana, Bergen, Norway. It has several branches, of which soccer is the largest. The first team plays in the Norwegian Second Division and the junior team are regional champions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fana I.L."
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Fevang Fotballklubb is a Norwegian football (soccer) club from the outskirts of Sandefjord. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fevang F.K."
Faaberg Football Lillehammer (FFL) is a Norwegian football club from the city of Lillehammer. It was founded at the end of the season in 1999, through the merger of Fåberg Football and Lillehammer Football club. The club currently competes in Norway's Second Division. ...more on Wikipedia about "FF Lillehammer"
Follo Fotball is a football club from Ski, Akershus, Norway. It was founded in September 2000 as an umbrella team for six local teams; Ås, Oppegård, Langhus, Ski, Nordby and Vestby. ...more on Wikipedia about "Follo Fotball"
Fredrikstad Fotballklubb (FFK) is a Norwegian football club from the city of Fredrikstad. It was founded April 7 1903. The club is 9 times Norwegian League champions and 10 times Norwegian Cup champions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fredrikstad F.K."
Guttæne FC (also simply known as Guttæne) is a Norwegian football club based in Oslo Norway. They play in the Norwegian 8th division where they finished gloriously last in the 2005 season with the goal difference 4-146, including a run of 12 games without scoring a single goal. They have received quite a portion of media attention, most notably in Fredrikstad Blad (local newspaper), Aftenposten (nationwide newspaper), and Tips (nationwide sports magazine). All of these articles have declared the team as "The worst in Norway." Two of the players also feature in the upcoming Norwegian movie "Lange flate ballær". ...more on Wikipedia about "Guttæne FC"
Hamarkameratene or Ham-Kam is a Norwegian football club founded on August 10, 1918, originally under the name Freidig. They play their home games at Briskeby Gressbane in the city of Hamar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hamarkameratene"
Hundvåg FK is a local football club from Stavanger, Norway.The side comes from the suburban island of Hundvåg in Stavanger. Managing the side now (September 2005) is the former English footballing legend Tony Knap, who has played for several top Norwegian sides such as Brann and Viking. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hundvåg FK (FC)"
Hønefoss B.K. is a Norwegian football club from Hønefoss, founded as a merger of I.F. Liv, Fossekallen and Hønefoss AIL. Fossekallen was merged into Hønefoss AIL in 1940, which merged with Liv in 1987. The club was called Liv/Fossekallen and changed its name to L/F Hønefoss and then Hønefoss Ballklubb. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hønefoss B.K."
I.F. Fløya is a Norwegian football club from the city of Tromsø. The club was founded on June 24, 1922. The women currently play in Toppserien, and has a bronze from the 2004-season as its best ever achievement. The men currently play in the 3rd division, Group 23. The famous Norwegian striker Rune Lange started his career in I.F. Fløya. ...more on Wikipedia about "I.F. Fløya"
I.K. Start is a Norwegian football club from the town of Kristiansand. The club was founded on September 19, 1905. They play their home matches at Kristiansand Stadion, which accommodated a record 16,516 spectators in a game against Viking in 1975. The coach is Tom Nordlie, manager is Erik Solér. The team plays in yellow jerseys, black shorts and yellow socks at home, blue jerseys, white shorts and blue socks away. ...more on Wikipedia about "I.K. Start"
I.L. Bjarg is a sports club mainly located in Stavollen, Bergen not far from Bergen Flesland Airport. It has departments in football, handball, athletics and gymnastics. The football team plays in the Norwegian Fourth Division. ...more on Wikipedia about "I.L. Bjarg"
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