IK Grand Bodø

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IK Grand Bodø
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Full name Idrettsklubben Grand Bodø
Founded 12 April 1917
Ground Aspmyra stadion,
Bodø
Manager Trond Schjølberg (women)
League Toppserien (women)
Fourth Division (men)
2013 1st (women) (promoted to Toppserien)[1]
Fourth Division / Nordland, 2nd (men)[2]

Idrettsklubben Grand Bodø is a Norwegian association football club from Bodø, Nordland. It was founded on 12 April 1917.[3]

Football[edit]

Former Liverpool and England international full-back Chris Lawler was player-coach for the club in 1981.

Its women's team was a mainstay in Toppserien for many years, and won bronze in 1986, but has not played there since the 2007 season.

An U-15 team was in Chile in 2002 (playing since September, Saturday 28 till October, Sunday 07) taking experience.


These are the results:

0x9 Selección Metropolitana "A" (Std.28-Sep / Talagante City)

11x0 Selección de San Bernardo (Snd.29-Sep / Talagante City)

Its team "A" 4x3 Its team "B" (Mnd.30-Sep / Los Andes City)

0x6 Selección VII Región (Tsd.01-Oct / San Clemente City)

Rest Day (Wnd.02-Oct / tour by Temuco City)

Rest Day (Thd.03-Oct / tour by Pucón City)

Rest Day (Frd.04-Oct / tour by embassy in Santiago City)

0x3 Renca Unido (Std.05-Oct / Renca County in Santiago City)

1x8 Selección Metropolitana "A" (Snd.06-Oct / Renca County in Santiago City), taking the Fourth Place in this game.


The players was: Therese HANSEN, Siv SKARBØVIK / Linda OLSEN, Nina HELNESS, Elisabeth KNUTSSØN -cap-, Marte JOHANSEN, Tonja NILSEN, Mari DIDRIKSEN, Kine PEDERSEN, Thale JENSEN (played by the club Palestino, from Santiago) / Thorunn SÆTHER, Marianne GABRIELSEN, Christina RASCH, Stine HANSEN, Terese SIMONSEN, Camilla ÅSHEIM, Ingvild TRONES, Ranveig HAUGE / Hanne ELLINGSEN, Maria Lisa ODLAND, Lise WOJE, and Sofie FURE. The Coach was Knut KNUTTSØN; the Assistant, Per-Arne PEDERSEN; and the Goalkeepers Coach, Harald KARLSEN.(Say the Statistic Reporter Héctor "Tito" Gatica).


The men's football team currently plays in the Fourth Division, the fifth tier of Norwegian football, but played in the Third Division as late as 2010.

Recent seasons[edit]

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2005 D1 3 18 9 5 4 45 28 32 2nd round
2006 D1 promoted 3 18 9 4 5 28 39 31 3rd round Promoted
2007 TS 12 22 2 2 18 19 63 8 2nd round Relegated
2008 D1 6 18 6 6 6 37 30 24 3rd round
2009 D1 7 22 9 4 9 53 55 31 2nd round
2010 D1 9 22 7 3 12 40 46 24 2nd round
2011 D1 4 20 9 6 5 44 31 33 3rd round
2012 D1 5 22 11 3 8 64 37 36 2nd round
2013 D1 1 20 16 1 3 73 23 49 2nd round Promoted
2014 TP 12 22 1 4 17 15 71 7 2nd round Relegated
2015 D1 2 22 14 5 3 51 23 47 3rd round
2016 D1 1 22 18 3 1 82 16 57 3rd round Promoted

Athletics[edit]

The club was formerly active in athletics. One Norwegian champion has represented Grand; Einar Hernes who won the 110 metres hurdles in 1980. He also took silver medals in 1976, 1981 and 1982 and a bronze medal in 1978.[4] In the 200 metres he won a silver medal in 1980 and a bronze in 1981.[5] Hans Petter Pedersen won a 100 metres silver in 1953,[6] in the 800 metres Jens Chr. Berge won a silver in 1962 and Dagfinn Kleppe a bronze in 1970,[7] Henry Johansen won 200 metres bronzes in 1945 and 1946,[8] and Reidar Nilsen won a 400 metres hurdles bronze in 1955.[9]

The club also arranged the national championships in forest cross-country running in 1951,[10] and then the Main Championships in 1980 at Aspmyra stadion.[11] From 1983 the club entered a cooperation around the new club Bodø FIK.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tabell 1. divisjon kvinner 2012". nifs.no (in Norwegian). A-pressen. Retrieved 21 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "MEN 4.div avd.1 HESA - Nordland Fotballkrets". fotball.no (in Norwegian). Football Association of Norway. 
  3. ^ "IK Grands historie" (in Norwegian). IK Grand Bodø. Retrieved 15 July 2010. 
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-05-09. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-12-15. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-05-09. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  7. ^ http://www.friidrett.no/stevner/statistikk/nm/Documents/m800.htm
  8. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-12-15. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  9. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-05-09. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  10. ^ http://www.friidrett.no/stevner/statistikk/nm/Documents/amskog.htm
  11. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-11-25. Retrieved 2011-11-25. 
  12. ^ "Om BFIK" (in Norwegian). Bodø FIK.