Lisleby FK

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Lisleby FK
Full name Lisleby Fotballklubb
Founded 8 May 1920
Ground Lisleby Stadion, Lisleby
League Fifth Division

Lisleby Fotballklubb is a multi-sports club from Fredrikstad, Norway. The team plays football and athletics at Lisleby Stadion.

The club was founded as an association football club on 8 May 1920. Two years later, the club expanded with athletics, wrestling and boxing. From 1924, speed skating was also introduced. Wrestling was abandoned in 1927 and boxing in 1935. A handball team was established in 1949.[1] In 1966, the football team played in the First Division.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Om klubben" (in Norwegian). Lisleby FK. Retrieved 10 December 2011. 
  2. ^ Fagerli, Arnfinn; Nilsen, Christian Lunde (1999). Norsk fotball-leksikon (in Norwegian). Orion. p. 352. ISBN 82-458-0398-7. 

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