FK Haugesund

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Haugesund
FK Haugesund logo.svg
Full name Fotballklubben Haugesund
Nickname(s) FKH
Araberne (the Arabs)
Founded October 28, 1993; 24 years ago (1993-10-28)
Ground Haugesund Stadion
Haugesund
Ground Capacity 8,754
Chairman Leif Helge Kaldheim
Manager Eirik Horneland
League Eliteserien
2017 Eliteserien, 10th
Website Club website
Current season

Fotballklubben Haugesund is a Norwegian football club from the city of Haugesund. It was founded on October 28, 1993, after a merger between the football clubs Djerv 1919 and SK Haugar. FK Haugesund played in Tippeligaen in 1997, 1998, 2000 and from 2010. In 2007, FK Haugesund reached the Norwegian cup final, where they lost 0–2 to Lillestrøm. They got promoted back to Tippeligaen by winning Adeccoligaen 2009 and have played at the top level since.

History[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2003 1. Divisjon 6 30 13 10 7 53 42 49 Quarter-final
2004 1. Divisjon relegated 14 30 11 4 15 44 59 37 Fourth round Relegated to 2. Divisjon
2005 2. Divisjon, group 3 promoted 2 26 14 9 3 65 31 51 Second round Promoted to 1. Divisjon, as the winner of the group, Viking 2, was ineligible for promotion
2006 1. Divisjon 9 30 11 5 14 40 37 38 Third round
2007 1. Divisjon 8 30 10 9 11 49 52 39 Final
2008 1. Divisjon 7 30 11 9 10 48 47 42 Fourth round
2009 1. Divisjon promoted 1 30 18 4 8 67 37 58 Third round Promoted to Tippeligaen
2010 Tippeligaen 6 30 12 9 9 51 39 45 Fourth round
2011 Tippeligaen 6 30 14 5 11 55 43 47 Fourth round
2012 Tippeligaen 7 30 11 9 10 46 40 42 Quarter-final
2013 Tippeligaen 3 30 15 6 9 41 39 51 Semi-final
2014 Tippeligaen 11 30 10 6 14 43 49 36 Quarter-final
2015 Tippeligaen 12 30 8 7 15 33 52 31 Second Round
2016 Tippeligaen 4 30 12 10 8 47 43 46 Fourth Round
2017 Eliteserien 10 30 11 6 13 35 39 39 Fourth round
2018 (in progress) Eliteserien 5 16 8 4 4 27 20 28

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European[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2014–15 UEFA Europa League 1Q Wales Airbus UK Broughton 2–1 1–1 3–2
2Q Bosnia and Herzegovina FK Sarajevo 1–3 1–0 2–3
2017–18 UEFA Europa League 1Q Northern Ireland Coleraine 7–0 0–0 7–0
2Q Poland Lech Poznań 3–2 0–2 3–4

Current squad[edit]

As of 17 February 2018[2]

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 Per Kristian Bråtveit
3 Ivory Coast DF Benjamin Karamoko
4 Norway DF Fredrik Pallesen Knudsen
5 Croatia DF Marko Ćosić
6 Norway DF Joakim Våge Nilsen
7 Norway MF Christian Grindheim
8 Norway MF Sondre Tronstad
9 Denmark MF Frederik Gytkjær
12 Norway GK Helge Sandvik
14 Norway MF Torbjørn Kallevåg
16 Portugal MF Bruno Leite
No. Position Player
18 Norway DF Vegard Skjerve
19 Norway DF Kristoffer Haraldseid
20 Mali FW Ibrahima Koné
22 Norway MF Alexander Stølås
24 Norway GK Herman Fossdal
25 Cape Verde MF Erin Pinheiro (on loan from AS Saint Etienne)
33 Norway FW Kristoffer Velde
34 Norway MF Kevin Martin Krygard
35 Nigeria MF Anthony Ikedi
55 Serbia MF Aleksandar Kovačević
77 Nigeria MF Babajide David (on loan from FC Midtjylland)

For season transfers, see transfers winter 2017–18 and transfers summer 2018.

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
15 Nigeria MF Izuchuckwu Anthony (on loan to FK Jerv)
17 Nigeria FW Shuaibu Ibrahim (on loan to Kongsvinger IL Toppfotball)

Coaching staff[edit]

Head coach Eirik Horneland
Assistant coach Karl Oskar Emberland
Development coach Jostein Grindhaug
Goalkeeping coach Espen Skistad
Coach Jon Olav Rokstad

Administrative staff[edit]

Chairman Leiv Helge Kaldheim
Director Eirik Opedal

Managers[edit]

History of league positions[edit]

1994 1995–
1996
1997–
1998
1999 2000 2001–
2004
2005 2006–
2009
2010–
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Norsk & Internasjonal Fotballstatistikk" (in Norwegian). 
  2. ^ "A-lag spillere". fkh.no/ (in Norwegian). FK Haugesund. 4 April 2017. Retrieved 4 April 2017. 

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