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Aalesunds FK 2
Reserve teams in Norwegian association football play in the ordinary league system. They are always attached to their first teams with a "2" suffix, must play in a lower league than the first team, and cannot play in the Premier League or First Division. Furthermore, if a club's first team plays in the First Division, the reserves team cannot play in the Second Division either. If a reserve team ends up at a promotion spot when it is not allowed to be promoted, the promotion is awarded to best following team in the league standings which is allowed to be promoted. Also, a reserve team is forcefully relegated, regardless of the final league position, if it is no longer qualified for playing at that level - i.e. if the first team is relegated to a league level where the reserve team's level is no longer allowed
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Reserve Team
In sports, a reserve team is a team composed of players under contract to a specific team but who do not normally appear on the team's roster during matches. Reserve teams are usually composed of young players who need playing time in order to improve their skills, as well as members of the first team recovering from injury.[1]Contents1 In association football1.1 Criticism and support 1.2 Germany 1.3 Indonesia 1.4 Japan1.4.1 Japan Soccer League
Japan Soccer League
reserve reams 1.4.2 J. League
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Kristiansund BK
Kristiansund
Kristiansund
BK is a Norwegian football club located in Kristiansund. It currently plays in Eliteserien
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Vålerenga Fotball
Vålerenga
Vålerenga
Fotball (Norwegian pronunciation: [²vɔːlərəŋɑ] or [²vɔːɽ̍əŋɑ] ( listen)) is a Norwegian association football club from Oslo
Oslo
and a part of the multi-sport club Vålerengens IF. Founded in 1913, the club is named after the neighbourhood of Vålerenga. Vålerenga's home ground is Intility Arena at Valle Hovin
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Aalesunds FK
Aalesunds Fotballklubb is a Norwegian football club from the city of Ålesund, currently playing in the Norwegian Premier League. The club was founded on 25 June 1914. As of 2004, the football club 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.Contents1 History1.1 Recent domestic 1.2 European2 Supporters2.1 Rivalries3 Stadium 4 Current squad 5 Club officials 6 Managers 7 Honours 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit] In 2009 the club won the Norwegian Cup for the first time in its history. They beat rival Molde FK
Molde FK
in the Final, and thereby qualified for participation in the UEFA Europa League. Aalesund also won the 2011 Cup Final, where they beat SK Brann. Recent domestic[edit]SeasonPos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes2001 1. Divisjon 6 30 13 8 9 65 51 47 Third round2002 1
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FK Bodø/Glimt
FK Bodø/Glimt
FK Bodø/Glimt
is a Norwegian football club from the town of Bodø
Bodø
and was founded in 1916. Its nickname is the original club name: Glimt. Bodø/Glimt have won the Northern Norwegian Cup nine times, Norwegian Cup twice and finished second in the Norwegian league in 1977, 1993 and 2003. Glimt is known for the yellow kits and the huge yellow toothbrushes that the supporters carry to the matches — a supporter symbol from the 1970s. In the beginning of the 2000s, Bodø/Glimt was one of the top teams in Norway, but was relegated at the end of the 2005 season
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Bryne FK
Bryne
Bryne
Fotballklubb (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈbʁyːnə]) is a Norwegian football club from the town of Bryne, founded in 1926. The team was relegated from OBOS-ligaen, Norwegian football's second highest division, to Second Division.Contents1 Stadium 2 European Cup appearances 3 Achievements 4 Records 5 Recent history 6 Current squad 7 Managers 8 References 9 External linksStadium[edit] Bryne
Bryne
spent the majority of their early years playing on a small, rented field next to Bryne
Bryne
Mill, before acquiring the site of their current home ground, Bryne
Bryne
Stadion, at the end of the 1930s
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Elverum Fotball
Elverum
Elverum
Fotball is the association football section of the sports club Elverum
Elverum
IL from Elverum, Norway. They compete in the First Division, the second tier in the Norwegian football league system.Contents1 History 2 Recent history 3 Current squad 4 Stadium 5 Statistics 6 Famous players 7 References 8 External linksHistory[edit] It was founded on 30 June 1907 under the name Elverum
Elverum
Footballklub.[1] They played in the Second Division for many years. In 1995, it won its group and was promoted to the 1996 Norwegian First Division, but was relegated after one year. Between 2000 and 2004, Elverum
Elverum
was relegated and promoted every other year; they played in the Third Division from 2005 to 2010
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Follo Fotball
Follo Fotballklubb is a football club from Ski, Akershus, Norway. Follo play in light blue, and their home ground is Ski stadion. It was founded in September 2000 and their biggest achievement was playing in the 2010 Norwegian Football Cup
Norwegian Football Cup
Final.Contents1 History 2 Recent history 3 Achievements 4 Current squad 5 External links 6 ReferencesHistory[edit] It was founded in September 2000 as an umbrella team for the football departments of five local teams; Ås IL, Oppegård IL, Langhus IL, Ski IL and Nordby IL. Follo's had a good Norwegian Cup
Norwegian Cup
run in 2006, when they made it all the way to the quarter finals, eventually losing at home 0-1 to the cup finalists Sandefjord
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Fredrikstad FK
Fredrikstad
Fredrikstad
Fotballklubb (also known as Fredrikstad
Fredrikstad
or FFK) is a Norwegian football club from the town of Fredrikstad. With nine league championships and eleven Norwegian Cup
Norwegian Cup
wins, FFK is one of the most successful clubs in Norwegian football. The club was founded in 1903. After suffering relegation from the then first division in 1984, Fredrikstad
Fredrikstad
spent 18 years outside the top flight, before returning to the Premier League in 2003 after two successive promotions. Fredrikstad
Fredrikstad
stadion was FFK's home ground between 1914 and 2006. However, its facilities where outdated and the club moved to a new stadium on the other side of river Glomma. Their new ground is located in a former shipyard, incorporating parts of the old buildings in the two sidestands
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Hamarkameratene
Hamarkameratene
Hamarkameratene
(literally the Hamar
Hamar
Comrades), often abbreviated to HamKam
HamKam
or Ham-Kam, is a Norwegian football club based in the town of Hamar. The club was founded in 1918, originally under the name Freidig. HamKam
HamKam
were most recently promoted to the Norwegian Premier League
Norwegian Premier League
in 2007. A third-place finish in 1970 is the highest position that the team has held in the Premier League; the club has never progressed beyond the semifinals of the Norwegian Cup, last reaching the semifinals in 1989. Briskeby gressbane
Briskeby gressbane
has been the home ground of Hamarkameratene
Hamarkameratene
since 1936. The construction of a completely modernized stadium began in 2007
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IL Hødd
Idrettslaget Hødd is a multi-sports club from Ulsteinvik
Ulsteinvik
in Møre og Romsdal, Norway. Founded in 1919, it has sections for team handball, gymnastics and football. It is best known for their men's football team, which plays at Høddvoll Stadion, whose stated capacity is 3,120, although there was an attendance of over 12,000 at a match against Vålerenga in 1981. Hødd are currently playing in Second Division, the third tier of Norwegian football. They played in the top tier in 1966, 1969–72 (4 seasons) and 1995 and is the club who has played most seasons at the second tier
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Kongsvinger IL
Kongsvinger
Kongsvinger
Idrettslag is a Norwegian sports club from the city of Kongsvinger
Kongsvinger
in Hedmark, founded in 1892. It is known chiefly for its football team for men, but also does or have done well in other sports.Contents1 Athletics 2 Football 3 Ice hockey 4 Others 5 References 6 External linksAthletics[edit] Kongsvinger
Kongsvinger
IL has an athletics section. Until 2009, it too used Gjemselund Stadion, which got rubber track in 1986.[1] In 2009, Gjemselund Stadion
Gjemselund Stadion
was converted to a football only stadium, forcing the athletics section to use other stadiums in the region
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Mjøndalen IF
Mjøndalen
Mjøndalen
IF is a Norwegian sports club from Mjøndalen, Buskerud, Norway
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Strømsgodset IF
Strømsgodset IF is a Norwegian multi-sports club from Gulskogen
Gulskogen
in Drammen. It has sections for association football, handball and bandy, but is best known for the top-level football section known as Strømsgodset Toppfotball, which plays in Tippeligaen, the Norwegian top flight. The club was founded 10 February 1907, but the football team first found success in the late 1960s and early 1970s, winning a league title and three cups. The famous team from the 1960s and 1970s was popularly known as the "Rødgata Boys", after the street most of them lived on. Most of these players were also accomplished bandy players, and Strømsgodset won four national Norwegian Championships in "the winter version of football"
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Ranheim Fotball
Ranheim
Ranheim
Fotball is a Norwegian football club from Ranheim
Ranheim
in Trondheim. Ranheim
Ranheim
is the football department of Ranheim
Ranheim
IL, founded on 17 February 1901. Former manager Per Joar Hansen
Per Joar Hansen
earned Ranheim
Ranheim
a promotion to the Norwegian First Division
Norwegian First Division
after the 2009 season
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