FK Ørn-Horten

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Ørn-Horten
Full name Fotballklubben Ørn-Horten
Nickname(s) Ørn, Ørnane
Founded 4 May 2014; 2 years ago (2014-05-04)
Ground Lystlunden
Horten
Ground Capacity 1000
Chairman

Kjetil Ramberg

 manager  = Kjell André Thu
league = Second Division
2015 Second Division/ 2, 11th[1]

Ørn-Horten, formerly Ørn fotballklubb, abbreviated Ørn FK, popularly known as De brune or Ørnane, was founded on 4 May 1904, and is Horten's largest football club. It has never played in the main series during the 50's and 60's. Since 2017, Ørn playes in the 3. Division.

Honours[edit]

Squad 2011[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Norway GK Lars Herlofsen
12 Norway GK Sondre Midtgarden
1 Norway GK Pål Stensholt
40 Norway GK Thomas Nilsen
16 Norway DF Patrick Søderstrøm
Norway DF Peder Slettingdalen
2 Norway DF Marius Torkildsen
Norway DF Ørjan Boge
Norway DF Jonas Halstensen
18 Norway DF Espen Spro Johansen
3 Norway DF Alexander Vordahl
15 Norway DF Aslak Eek Svensson
Norway DF Henrik Sjuve
Norway DF Yngve Jacobsen
5 Norway DF Henrik Kopstad Arnesen
22 Norway MF Erlend Menes
No. Position Player
8 Norway MF Thomas S. Knutsen
21 Norway MF Selim Muho
26 Norway MF Stein Erik Spro Johansen
17 Norway MF Torgeir Ektvedt Fredriksen
20 Norway MF Rune Larsen
7 Norway MF Jørgen Jalland
23 Norway MF Adrian Wike Dahlen
9 Norway MF Espen Teigen
14 Norway MF Evan Jebraeel Patros
4 Norway MF Adrian Piotr Tarnawski
6 Norway MF Kristoffer Silberg
11 Norway MF Fredrik Wølner Martinsen
13 Norway FW Anders Tetlie
19 Norway FW Alen Patros
Norway FW Christer Solberg
10 Norway FW Jarle Belaska

Notable players[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tabell 2. divisjon, avdeling 2 2015". nifs.no (in Norwegian). A-pressen. Retrieved 30 January 2016. 

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