Kvik Halden FK

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Kvik Halden Fotballklubb
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Full name Kvik Halden FK
Nickname(s) Kvik
Founded 1906
Ground Halden stadion, Halden
Ground Capacity 4,000
Chairman John Erik Eriksen
League Second Division
2013 Second Division/ 1, 5th[1]

Kvik Halden FK is a Norwegian Football club, founded on 19 June 1906.

The club plays in the Norwegian Second Division from 2011. In 2010 it contested a playoff to win promotion, and succeeded by beating Eik-Tønsberg 5–1 on aggregate.

In 1997, a merger between the two Halden-based clubs FK Kvik and Halden FK resulted in the formation of Kvik Halden FK. Long before the merger, FK Kvik was informally known as Kvik Halden anyway, to avoid confusion with the other FK Kvik from Trondheim. FK Kvik was the older and better of the two, but Halden FK had a rather large base of young players. The merger was controversial, and has been criticized by some who claim that the result of the merger was that FK Kvik simply took over Halden FK.

Kvik Halden's only claim to fame came in 1918, when the club (then FK Kvik) won the Norwegian Cup, beating SK Brann in the final. FK Kvik played two other Cup Finals, in 1915 and 1922, but lost both, both times to Odd Grenland.

After World War II the team has never played in the highest football division. Prior to World War II, Kvik had several players on the national team and was in the very top of Norwegian football.

Recent history[edit]

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2009 3. Divisjon 1 26 23 2 1 99 9 71 Second round Lost play-off match for promotion
2010 3. Divisjon promoted 1 26 22 3 1 125 31 69 First qualifying round Promoted to the 2. Divisjon
2011 2. Divisjon 5 26 12 6 8 52 34 42 Second round
2012 2. Divisjon 5 26 11 6 9 53 40 39 Third round
2013 2. Divisjon 5 26 12 5 9 34 35 41 Third round

Current squad[edit]

As of 13 April 2013

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Norway GK Joacim Heier
2 Norway DF Jakob Madsen Lund
3 Norway DF Dardan Mehmeti
4 Norway DF Christian Halvorsen
5 Norway DF Jonas Heli Hansen
6 Norway DF Agim Shabani
7 Norway FW Dino Mulac
8 Norway MF Martin Elvestad
9 Norway FW Almir Hasan Taletovic
10 Norway FW Fabian Andersen
No. Position Player
11 Norway FW Marcus Johansen Forsstrøm
13 Norway DF Josef Myhren Bouchleh
14 Norway MF Harold Biata Mufoncol
15 Norway FW Drin Shasivari
16 Norway FW Ole Jacob Herft
21 Norway MF Drilon Turkaj
22 Norway GK Markus Havnes Løken
23 Norway MF Sebastian Backe Eriksen
25 Norway FW Jonas Engebretsen
27 Norway DF Rene Nicolai Johansen

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tabell 2. divisjon, avdeling 1 2013". nifs.no (in Norwegian). Amedia. Retrieved 18 November 2013. 

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