SK Trondheims-Ørn

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Trondheims-Ørn
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Full name Sportsklubben Trondheims-Ørn
Nickname(s) Ørn
Founded 18 May 1917; 100 years ago (1917-05-18)
Ground DnB NOR Arena, Trondheim
Chairman N/A[1]
Manager Trond Schjølberg
League Toppserien
2016 Toppserien, 7th

SK Trondheims-Ørn is a Norwegian association football club from Trondheim. The club has one of Norway's most famous women's football teams.

The club was founded on 18 May 1917, and became a member of the Workers' Sports Federation in the 1920s. It was first based in Lademoen, and had a clubhouse at Buran (no:Buran i Trondheim) between 1946 and the 1960s. After the foundation it got sections for association football, Nordic skiing, speed skating, track and field and swimming. Team handball followed in 1952, and ice hockey in 1961. The club got a women's football team in 1972, twelve years before a national league was organized. The men's football team was discontinued from 1984, along with all other sports, so that only the women's football section survived.[2]

Trondheims-Ørn has won the Norwegian Women's Premier League seven times, which is a record. It also holds a record eight cup championships. It has also won the Nordic champions cup once.

Recent history[edit]

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2005 TS 4 18 10 3 5 31 17 33 quarter-final
2006 TS 2 18 13 3 2 47 10 42 semi-final
2007 TS 6 22 9 3 10 38 38 30 3rd round
2008 TS 9 22 6 5 11 26 38 23 3rd round
2009 TS 6 22 9 4 9 37 41 31 semi-final
2010 TS 5 22 12 2 8 34 29 38 final
2011 TS 6 22 11 2 9 45 41 35 semi-final
2012 TS 9 22 6 3 13 29 50 22 quarter-final
2013 TS 7 22 9 3 10 39 49 30 3rd round
2014 TS 8 22 7 6 9 33 37 27 Final
2015 TS 8 22 7 3 12 27 38 24 Semi-final
2016 TS 7 22 7 6 9 34 41 27 Semi-final
2017 (in progress) TS 8 20 8 6 6 33 28 30 Quarter-final

First team squad[edit]

As of 5 November 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 Mari Johansen
2 Norway DF Svanhild Sand
3 Norway DF Mali Lilleås Næss
4 Norway DF Marit Clausen
5 Norway MF Cesilie Andreassen
6 Norway FW Rikke Storrø
7 Norway MF Ingrid Syrstad Engen
8 Norway MF Maria Olsvik
9 Norway MF Elen Sagmo Melhus
10 Norway FW Andrea Haugstøyl
11 Norway FW Ochelle Anya De Courcy
12 Norway GK Kristine Nøstmo
No. Position Player
14 Norway DF Sarah Alexandra Suphellen
15 Norway MF Tina Fremo
16 Australia MF Hannah Bacon
17 Norway MF Åsne Takle Eide
18 Norway DF Silje Franzen
19 Norway FW Oda Fugelsnes
20 Norway MF Rakel Engesvik
22 Norway GK Birthe Emilie Christiansen
23 Norway MF Tanja Myrseth
24 Norway FW Kristin Jørgensen
25 Norway FW Siw Døvle
30 Norway FW Julie Adserø

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Styret" (in Norwegian). SK Trondheims-Ørn. Retrieved 11 May 2011. 
  2. ^ "Klubbens historie" (in Norwegian). SK Trondheims-Ørn. Retrieved 14 January 2011. 

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