FK Jerv

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FK Jerv
FK Jerv logo.png
Full name Fotballklubben Jerv
Founded 1921
Ground Levermyr stadion, Grimstad
Ground Capacity 1700 [1]
Chairman Per Gunnar Topland
Head Coach Arne Sandstø
League OBOS-ligaen
2016 OBOS-ligaen, 3rd

FK Jerv is a Norwegian football club from Grimstad. Jerv is the Norwegian name for wolverine. They currently play in OBOS-ligaen.

The club was founded in 1921, as Vestergatens FK, named after the street in which the foundation took place, but later changed name to Djerv and then Jerv.

In the 1970s and 1980s the team had a number of foreign coaches, including Bo Johansson who managed the team in 1984 and 1985 and went on to coach several clubs and national teams. In November 2007 Jerv signed another well-known ex-footballer Tore André Dahlum as coach.

FK Jerv has no women's section, as this split away in 1999 to form a new club Amazon Grimstad FK.

Season By Season Record[edit]

Season League Cup Top goalscorer
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
1948/1949 2nd Division 12 9 1 2 40 18 19 1st R2
1949/1950 2nd Division 12 6 2 4 19 19 14 2nd
1950/1951 2nd Division 12 6 4 2 31 17 16 3rd R3
1951/1952 2nd Division 12 7 3 2 25 17 17 2nd R2
1952/1953 2nd Division 12 5 1 6 30 21 11 3rd R2
1953/1954 2nd Division 12 5 3 4 20 15 13 3rd R2
1954/1955 2nd Division 12 9 0 3 39 18 18 1st R1
1955/1956 2nd Division 12 5 3 4 36 24 13 3rd R2
1956/1957 2nd Division 12 6 2 4 30 25 14 2nd R1
1957/1958 2nd Division 12 8 1 3 43 18 17 1st R2
1958/1959 2nd Division 12 6 1 5 36 27 13 3rd R1
1959/1960 2nd Division 12 6 2 4 33 22 14 3rd
1960/1961 2nd Division 12 6 1 5 26 35 13 3rd
1961/1962 2nd Division 21 11 6 4 52 36 28 2nd
1963 3rd Division 14 6 2 6 32 30 14 6th
1964 3rd Division 14 5 5 4 41 33 15 3rd
1965 3rd Division 14 9 1 4 47 31 19 3rd R1
1966 3rd Division 14 6 4 4 44 26 16 4th
1967 3rd Division 14 7 2 5 43 32 16 3rd R1
1968 3rd Division 14 6 1 7 34 25 13 5th R2
1969 4th Division 14 1st
1970 4th Division 14 3rd R1
1971 4th Division 18 3rd
1972 4th Division 18 1st R1
1973 3rd Division 18 3 4 11 20 31 10 9th R2
1974 4th Division 18 6th
1975 4th Division 18 1st
1976 3rd Division 18 5 9 4 19 14 19 5th R2
1977 3rd Division 18 4 8 6 19 23 16 7th R3
1978 3rd Division 18 10 5 3 26 20 25 3rd
1979 3rd Division 18 7 7 4 29 22 21 3rd R2
1980 3rd Division 22 10 7 5 25 25 27 3rd R3
1981 3rd Division 22 13 6 3 51 17 32 2nd R1
1982 3rd Division 22 15 6 1 62 16 36 1st R1
1983 2nd Division 22 6 6 10 27 40 18 9th R2
1984 2nd Division 22 9 5 8 29 24 23 6th R4
1985 2nd Division 22 6 4 12 25 41 16 9th R1
1986 2nd Division 22 4 5 13 24 40 13 11th R2
1987* 3rd Division 22 9 2+2 9 39 36 33 7th R2
1988 3rd Division 22 9 3 10 37 37 30 6th R3
1989 3rd Division 22 12 2 8 48 38 38 5th R1
1990 3rd Division 22 9 6 7 47 37 33 4th R2
1991* 2nd Division 22 10 1 11 35 48 31 5th R1
1992 2nd Division 22 9 5 8 37 26 32 5th R1
1993 2nd Division 22 3 8 11 29 40 17 11th R2
1994 3rd Division 22 11 3 8 60 44 36 4th
1995 3rd Division 22 17 0 5 71 39 51 2nd
1996 3rd Division 22 16 2 4 76 23 50 1st
1997 2nd Division 22 11 6 5 44 26 39 5th R2
1998 2nd Division 22 5 6 11 34 47 21 11th
1999 3rd Division 22 11 4 7 46 30 37 3rd
2000 3rd Division 22 16 4 2 71 23 52 1st
2001 3rd Division 22 15 2 5 60 23 47 1st
2002 2nd Division 26 9 3 14 47 59 30 11th R2
2003 2nd Division 26 6 8 12 40 59 26 12th R2
2004 3rd Division 22 14 3 5 55 23 45 3rd
2005 3rd Division 22 13 2 7 49 27 41 2nd R1
2006 3rd Division 22 6 5 11 41 50 23 10th
2007 3rd Division 26 10 1 15 51 66 31 11th
2008 3rd Division 24 19 2 3 101 27 59 2nd not enter
2009 3rd Division 26 21 3 2 112 20 66 1st QR1
2010 3rd Division 26 19 1 6 69 24 58 2nd R1
2011 3rd Division 24 20 2 2 105 16 62 1st QR2
2012 2nd Division 26 9 5 12 45 53 32 12th R2 Norway Wilhelm Pepa 18
2013 3rd Division 24 19 3 2 75 22 60 1st QR2 Norway Wilhelm Pepa 22
2014 2nd Division 26 17 6 3 71 29 57 1st R2 Norway Wilhelm Pepa 24
2015 1st Division 30 12 11 7 47 28 47 5th R2 Norway Ohi Omoijuanfo 15
2016 1st Division 30 15 8 7 47 34 53 3rd R2 Denmark Tonny Brochmann 9

From 1991 Tippeligaen has been the highest Norwegian level and Division 1 (OBOS-ligaen) the second highest, followed by third level (Division 2) and fourth level (Division 3). Division 1 was the highest level prior to 1991.

Since 1987 it has been 3 points for a win. In 1987 there was a penalty shoot-out when a game ended in a draw, with the winner getting 2 points and the loser 1 point.

Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated

Current squad[edit]

As of 19 April 2016.

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 Øyvind Knutsen
2 Norway DF Glenn Andersen
3 Norway DF Brice Wembangomo
4 Norway DF Espen Knudsen
5 Norway DF Nils Petter Andersen
7 Norway FW Ulrik Berglann
8 Norway MF Christopher MacConnacher
9 Norway FW Eirik Haugstad
10 Aruba MF Erixon Danso
11 Norway MF Jan Jenssen
12 Norway GK Stian Christensen
No. Position Player
13 Nigeria MF Babajide David
14 Norway FW Vegard Somdal
15 Norway DF Halvor Hovstad
17 Norway FW Martin Hoel Andersen
18 Norway MF Tobias Collett
19 Norway DF Kristoffer Tønnessen
20 Norway FW Jakob Toft
22 Norway DF Sander Haugen
23 Norway MF Andreas Hagen
25 Nigeria MF Michael Ogungbaro
69 Norway FW Alexander Lind

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
No. Position Player

References[edit]

  1. ^ "http://www.nrk.no/sorlandet/river-ratten-tribune-1.12221051". Retrieved 2 June 2015.  External link in |title= (help)

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