KFUM-Kameratene Oslo

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KFUM Oslo
Logo.
Full name KFUM-Kameratene Oslo
Founded 1 January 1939
Ground KFUM Arena, Ekeberg, Oslo
Manager Ståle Andersen (playing)
League Second Division
2012 Second Division/ 2, 7th[1]

KFUM-Kameratene Oslo is the sports branch of the local YMCA in Oslo, Norway. It has sections for association football, futsal, volleyball and track and field.

The club was founded on 1 January 1939. Its traditional base is in downtown Oslo, but it now plays its matches at KFUM Arena at Ekebergsletta.[2]

Football[edit]

The men's football team plays in the Second Division, the third tier of Norwegian football. Its stint there runs from 2009, when it finished fourth. They topped this in 2010, when they finished Second, their highest league placement so far. In 2008 they won their Third Division group, and also the won playoff to win promotion.[3] It had formerly failed in such a playoff in 2004.[4] The team is currently coached by Dan Eggen.

Recent history[edit]

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2006 3. Divisjon 3 22 12 5 5 62 27 41 Second qualifying round
2007 3. Divisjon 2 22 15 3 2 72 22 48 Second round
2008 3. Divisjon promoted 1 22 18 3 1 103 15 57 Second round Promoted to the 2. Divisjon
2009 2. Divisjon 4 26 14 6 6 55 34 48 First round
2010 2. Divisjon 2 26 18 3 5 69 30 56 Second round
2011 2. Divisjon 9 26 10 8 8 55 38 38 Second round
2012 2. Divisjon 7 26 11 5 10 48 49 38 Second round
2013 2. Divisjon 2 26 17 6 3 62 26 57 Second round
2014 2. Divisjon 5 26 13 6 7 44 31 45 First round

Futsal[edit]

KFUM-Kameratene Oslo Futsal is the futsal department of KFUM-Kameratene Oslo They won the Norwegian Futsal Premier League in 2009–10, after receiving silver medals in the inaugural season.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tabell 2. divisjon, avdeling 2 2012". nifs.no (in Norwegian). A-pressen. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Historie" (in Norwegian). KFUM-Kameratene Oslo. Retrieved 24 July 2010. 
  3. ^ "Tidligere meritter" (in Norwegian). KFUM-Kameratene Oslo. Retrieved 24 July 2010. 
  4. ^ Kirkebøen, Stein Erik (11 October 2004). "KFUM snublet i oppløpet". Aftenposten Aften (in Norwegian). p. 16.